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PTR  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: Pubski: November 15, 2017

We've been shamelessly soliciting to-do items from everyone - it's why I mentioned it above :) I'm pretty sure we're getting a London Pass (has anybody heard of this before?), and it conveniently includes a free tour!

Well met, goobster.

Alabama deserves the shit they're getting for this.

My family has friends who know Roy Moore personally.

Their Facebook profiles feature poorly cropped "I stand with Judge Roy Moore" photos.

They say things like,

    "Accusations are not proof. Otherwise, Jesus was a criminal because He was accused of being one. "A wicked ear gives heed to lying lips.'"
That's a quote from Proverbs 17:4 for those of us who don't have bespoke scripture references to justify burying our fucking heads in the sand.

They say things like,

    "Being anxious to find fault in a man who stands for biblical principle & believing salacious allegations about him is creepy to me."
As if distrusting this religiously pathological pseudo-politician is somehow creepier than allegedly molesting girls.

The South is fucked. The Republicans fucked it. And they're all so piously self-deluded that they'll elect an averred ephebophile, an alleged pedophile because they just really can't be fucked enough to see any better option.

PTR  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: Pubski: November 15, 2017

Hi all. Hubski newb-ish. Long-time lurker with a recent lapse during school. But I'm aware of the etiquette and most of the personalities here.

Pubski's new to me though - share updates like bar talk?

My wife and I started our first full-time jobs this year. We got married this year too. Moved to a new city this year. Graduated this year. Wrote our theses in Spring this year. "This year" feels like ages ago. Anyone else feel like that?

I think a lot of people struggle during their first year of marriage. I've seen a lot of our couple friends get into bad situations with each other immediately after getting married. If that's true, it's not hit us yet. Despite a lot of firsts, a lot of new experiences, a lot of uncertainty, we're solid. I'm very thankful for this woman. We're headed to London for Christmas (that's another first for me). Let's hope the first-year blues don't settle in then!

We're going drinking this weekend on that grown-up, salaried cash before we spend next week apart while she's at a conference. Pubski's got me anticipating that a bit early. I ought to get the wife on here too - her job's got a beer tap in the break room (juicy startup bennies).

Cheers, all.

  This is what it's like

To be a wife to you

To trust you'll treat me right

And trust I'll do that too

  We walk from day to day

Beside the gabled lawn

With your footsteps and mine

Echoing the dawn

  And then return at night

To softened playful sounds

Of children, such delight

We want them all around

  I wonder what it's like

To be a mother to two

To trust you'll treat them right

And trust I'll do that too