If your friend already knows, he'll think you're a busy body who needs to get a life and shut the hell up about his relationship. If your friend doesn't know, he'll shoot the messenger and think you're a busy body...
What exactly are you trying to accomplish? You didn't say what sorts of acts, if any were depicted. If it's protecting him from STD's, it's probably too late for that. If it's saving him from a deceptive person, it's too late for that as well. If she's a manipulative liar, she's probably already got a good backstory that'll make anything you may have to say look stupid.
As I see it, you have absolutely nothing to gain and you won't do anything to help your friend.
I love this:
My husband suffers from depression. He likes this list and uses it, when he can, to help manage. It also helps me help him -- when he has trouble mustering the energy to, say, eat something, we've agreed that I can remind him to eat, and prepare him some comfy-healthy food if he's not able to get it himself, and his only job is to trust me and eat it.
I've had people tell me I'm "enabling" him. Believe me, I know from enabling, and this ain't it. These people would never accuse me of "enabling" my husband's broken leg, if that's what it was, by not making him get up and make his own facking dinner, so why is depression any different?
Anyhow, keep plugging, depression-sufferers. My heart is with you. Depression sucks and it lies to you -- telling you all sorts of horrible things about yourself that aren't true -- and it's really, really hard for you and for those you love. Don't let well-meaning "think positive!" zealots shame you into thinking otherwise. Depression also makes even minor decisions, like what to eat for dinner, really hard to make. Hang in there. Happiness is not always a choice, but managing the best you can is. Peace!
landocal, yea you sure it wasn't her, I mean you said it wasn't and she said it wasn't...but I still think it was.
Jeff Lee, if there are so many problems in the city parks that require it's own squad are they really doing their jobs?
@George, Really, really easily since I'm capable holding two different thoughts in my head.
For example, 2+2 = 4.
HOWEVER: 2(1+ 49) - 300 + 200 + 4 ALSO = 4.
I think it's fair to ask "why not just do 2+2," without in any way disparaging the number 4.
I would recommend using as blackmail material. Maybe you could get a threesome out of the deal.
"I didn't notice Dig Dug's nutsack until the second time I thumbed through the book"
JEEZ SPOILER ALERT
"Dual citizenship" = if push comes to shove Denis might side with the leaf people and suddenly we'll all be eating cold poutine for breakfast.
I'm enjoying this "Benedict Cumberbatch reads things" trend. Pls continue.
Excellent coverage on this, Denis! Go Merc news team!
"Let's put aside for a second the humanitarian part of this..."
How do you do that?
And we just built a shelter, is what I can't get over. It has 90 shelter beds and 130 permanent units, plus a drop-in day center which I'm assuming can accommodate a hundred+. It cost $40 million. Are we expected to build one of these each year? Are we heartless enemies of the needy if we don't shell out $40 million a year? Are we not trying our best?
"What do the city's risk managers say"
This is assuming that:
A) The city has risk managers to speak of
B) They don't just tell the Council what it wants to hear on any given issue
C) They aren't just the same people who green lit Randy and Sam's shenanagins
^^^^^^^^^^ Spoolo, where can I find one of these undersexed lattes you speak of? These Portland lattes are just waaay too sexed.
Buddy- Or maybe it's your mom? You should roll over to her corner on 82nd and Fremont and ask her.
My armchair, barely-informed reading of what Hales is doing is both an excellent job of covering his own ass by appearing to go way above and beyond, and also a complete waste of time since this weird land use won't be approved anywhere R2DToo wants or at a price the city will be ultimately be willing to pay, including the costs of legal challenges.
This Old Town lot for example - is the city really going to buy a derelict building and keep it derelict, i.e. make no seismic improvements and allow R2DToo to occupy only the bottom floor? What do the city's risk managers say about a situation where the city is pretty much admitting fault if the building collapses in an earthquake and kills "60-80 homeless people" and the volunteers serving them?
If you're going to build a shelter, build a shelter. This is just such a deeply weird way of going about things.
I ACCEPT YOUR DUEL CITIZENSHIP AND CHOOSE LIGHTSABERS AT DUSK.
Because it is our job, and were out here just trying to make a buck like the rest of you.
^^ Yep! If you can't find the International District from the stadium you are a retard. I used to live in Seattle too and while I do miss guys with jobs I prefer Portland.
Holmgate continues for another week? This town (well, this altweekly anyway) is hungry for controversy!
thanks for the live blog.
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