Damnit Luke: don’t be a dumbass; do not take advice on women from Billy Riggins.
1. not corporeal or material; insubstantial.
2. of, pertaining to, or characteristic of non material beings.
3. Law: without material existence but existing in contemplation of law, as a franchise.
4. bodiless; spiritual; immaterial.
if you wanna take the mbti test, i recommend this one bc its worded very simply
also a tip: answer based on what you naturally wanna do or what you naturally prefer, dont answer based on what youre forced to do
Notes: 10748 Tags: #mbti #myer briggs #personality quiz #personality #personality types #so for the first time ever i got intp when i took this last night #i always get infp #though f/t are always close #i took it again tonight and got infp #so whatever #i don't even know what answer i changed XD #there were a number of times I wanted to select both options #***
But resistance is risky. A city inspection of 178 homes whose water was shut off last week found that 79 had restarted their supplies, triggering $21,750 in fines on top of what the residents already owed. Of 414 shut-off homes checked in June, 205 were found to have turned the water back on. A first-time penalty is $250. Being caught a second time carries a $500 fine. A third strike, supposedly, leads to the permanent termination of the house’s water supply.
“There are severe consequences,” said Bill Johnson, a spokesman for Detroit’s water and sewerage department. “People are making things worse for themselves. The penalties may be more than the actual bill.”
Did you hear that? People are "making things worse for themselves" by accessing the water supply. Do you ever stop and think how bizarre it is that we’ve created a situation in which a democratically elected—side note: I know emergency managers aren’t elected which is obviously part of the problem; I’m just saying that this is still ostensibly a democratic society in general—government is preventing people from accessing basic resources? The life or death dystopia you’ve all been waiting for isn’t going to be as exciting as you think, friends. It’s just going to be horrible.
“Montaigne’s first language—in sixteenth-century France—was Latin. Every morning the child was awakened by soft music. As a baby, he was sent to live with a peasant family for three years so he would not become accustomed to great wealth.”
Read this week’s staff picks, including Montaigne’s strict pedagogical curriculum, an enlightened mental vacation, and Bay Area ceramists.