My boyfriend of several years needs to move to a new place in the next few months, but in the same city we are both living in. He seems to use "Me" or "I" and not "us" when referring to looking for a new place or our future situation. I know that should concern me. I am trying to figure out the best way to bring this to his attention during a time that is very stressful for him and I think this may lead to us parting ways/breaking up. I should note that I'm not 100% sure I want to move in with him at this point anyway. I love him and see a future with us together, but I also really love where I'm living and my place is not big enough for the both of us.

Green is the final player on my fantasy team tonight. And the person I'm facing is nipping at my heels. I need Ajay to score big tonight in order to win for the week. do you think?

I've talked with many people about their political stance, and it seems there is a wide array of places they're getting information from. What's shocking to me is how strongly they can believe in something based purely other people's opinions. This makes me curious about how other people are digesting the current campaign.

Amazon Web Services has been attacked and all the big players—Twitter, Netflix, Spotify, Box, and more— that host their web services on this platform is at the mercy of this AWS attack []. Google Cloud Services came out unscathed.


I do not have enough information on this yet to make a case against Google.

I feel like the only way to work out daily is to abandon nice clothes and be in work out gear constantly. that way i can run or walk anytime. otherwise it takes up too much time.


He asked me to marry him. We are engaged. He thinks that means I should move in with him now. But I am worried that if I move in that he will stall on marrying me.


We need to get married in order to start having kids. This will be a shorter engagement 💍 than most.

Second debate in America

We went to the DMV to take my daughter's driving permit test and someone taking the test was using his cell phone which is prohibited. The sign said that they were monitoring the test takers with audio and video recording, and cell phones were not allowed. My daughter wanted to tell the DMV employee that the man was using his cell phone during the test, but I wouldn't let her. I felt that it was not our business and did not affect her in any way if he was cheating on the test. My daughter felt it could affect her if he got his driving permit but didn't know the laws and caused an accident because of that. Did I do the right thing or should I have let her tell someone?

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