Do you get more for $30 from a national chain or more for $30 from a local florist, that’s the question.
A national chain just calls the local florist to do it. Either way, you’re getting the same flowers.
This entire thread is about how they charge a middle man price? Lmao
So no.... that cuts into your total flower cost
You’re not taking into account the discounts you can get, which hilarious makes it even cheaper than going to the local florist (plus all the time lost having to travel there pick something—time is money)
Plus if you’re not 100% happy with it, they will just refund you immediately.
Honestly, it all evens out at the end of the day. Both options are great. One is used better for convenience though.
It would have been nice if they used those times to catch up to JP, it would be great for GL if we weren't behind, everything could be released simultaneously, no more knowing what's coming.
I actually prefer being behind a bit.
Gumi is able to give units exclusive global buffs, and it also gives us a heads up about what units we could save for if we want.
I think the gap is a bit too big right now but 6 months is the sweet spot for me.
Glass is not a liquid, it's more of a amorphous solid- that is to say its structure isn't quite in what we would consider to be a crystal form.
Many people think because of this glass "droops" and that's why you see glass panes that are thicker at the bottom- this is incorrect. Glass panes have thicker bottoms because of their manufacturing process and because common sense would tell us to put the thicker more weight bearing surface to the bottom where they would be more stable and expensive window panes would not fracture. Indeed, when we look at things like roman cage cups from 400 AD we do not notice any glass limping, despite having over a thousand and a half extra years to sag.
So, in short- Glass is not a liquid in its cooled form, it is a solid(ish), it doesn't flow to any visual amount on any known timescale at room temperatures.
Glass is liquid sand, right?
Chael fought him while Silva broken ribs, though. Silva/Sonnen II was a clearer picture of healthy Silva vs Chael. He bated Sonnen as he did with many others who were ground game experts (like Lutter), and lulled them into a false sense of security before upsetting their game plan and wrecking them.
Can’t wait for sonnen vs fedor
Just so you know: 100$ is 18k lapis. 25k lapis is ~140$.
DO YOU, IN CLEAR MIND, READY TO GIVE 140$ FOR 1 UNIT?
p.s. if it was original step-up, you can get good amount of 5* for one lap, may even get few on-banner 5* s. But with this rate? Definite no-buy. If you give greed an inch it will take a mile.
Depends how much money you make. Whales will be whales.
What is someone supposed to do if a family member threatens suicide in the U.S? Who are they supposed to call if they can't trust the police?
Family members need to be there for them.
Why would you ever call strangers to help? They’ll just put holes in them.
Old events are fine, but can you guys add a few new items to the old events?
This would please old and new players.
Just a suggestion, but it would really solve the main issue imo.
It's been a while so my memory is fuzzy but I want to say they would put people on for a bare minimum still, but would break it into real bullshit shifts like come in for 1-3pm crap. It was pathetically passive aggressive and I wouldn't be shocked if they were breaking some law. The state I lived in at the time wasn't known for protecting workers either. Either way I doubt most people are going to fight much over a minimum wage job so they got away with it.
I wouldn’t say it’s passive aggressive if there are just not enough hours for work. I think it’s just bad management.
What they need to do is stop over hiring. Instead of hiring 20 people for hardly any hours, hire 5 people with full time shifts.
5 happy people is way better than 20 angry ones. They’ll be mire productive too.
Yea, I’m 22 and have worked over a dozen jobs since I was 16. I’ve been in school the whole time so all those jobs were grocery, fast food, labor, etc.
Im not looking down on any of those managers but yea, they learned everything “on the job” and did things “because that’s how we’ve always done it, son”.
That’s why companies have HR but HR needs to be called.
I know HR is there for the company and not you but again, in a few of the many jobs Ive had and dealt with issues like managers thinking they reign supreme, HR shot them down real quick.
Totally depends on the HR representative you get. If they also want to be a cunt, they can. They are always in contact with legal, so they know what they can and can’t do.
HR is not really for the employees—they do everything to protect the company even if they have to throw a cashier or manager under the bus.