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sean.ray said:@CretanBull first, thank you for the reminder, because God knows my emotions have gotten the better of me in a debate before.
I know that my previous comments and anything I post in the future will decide if what I say next is true or not, but I promise you that I would never come on Bald Move with the intention to harass, attack, or belittle my fellow bald move community. And everyone who has posted a disagreement with me, has always been considerate and respectful, (just as I have already intened my arguments to be.) This community has been so great to me since I found Bald Move. It’s given me movie and television recommendations that I have enjoyed immensely I never would have sought out, and have given me advice on personal matters they had no obligation to give, but did anyway out of the kindness of their heart.
I post this to clear the air and assure everyone I respect your views and am just debating because I do enjoy the other sides thoughts. If I only debated with someone who agrees with me, there would be no point to it.
again, thanks Cretanbull
Again, no one has said anything in the current debate that is out of bounds...everyone, continue as you are! Just be mindful of your tone as we move forward.
Mod Note: there's nothing wrong with the current discussion, but just let me say this as a preemptive reminder to keep things civil. Anything that can be classified as 'friends who disagree' is totally cool...when things veer off towards the 'winner take all cut throat' type of argument it will be time to shut things down.
Cecily said:CretanBull said:TaraC73 said:Next time wrap the pizza and put it in the fridge... no contractor mistaking it for his, and no potential for food poisoning. <span></span>
1) My first thought was, this has got to be a regional thing. Toronto! Do people there often feed others working in their house? Personally, I always at least offer them a drink.
2) If he had asked, would you or her have said no? In my office, we sometimes cater lunch like Chipotle for everyone. The cleaning crew always come through around 12-1, and once, an older guy that was emptying trash cans just asked me if he could have a bowl. Everyone that we had bought it for had eaten, and there was plenty leftover. I said yes, and he proceeded to make the biggest monstrosity I had ever seen. You can't pass up a good opportunity, I guess.
3) "I was starting at it on the counter wondering if I should put it in the fridge or not" -spoken like a person who has never had food poisoning! I would never eat something that had been left out on the counter for 3 1/2 hours, you mad man!
2) If he'd asked I wouldn't have thought twice about giving him some. It really wasn't about the pizza, it was more the idea that if he helped himself to that without asking - did he help himself to anything else? No one was home and he was in our place alone...realizing that something had gone missing made us feel a little exposed and vulnerable.
3) Ha! I've eaten pizza that has been left out on the counter over night! Perhaps it's a little more safe because we don't eat meat...I think green peppers and tomatoes are less prone to food poisoning?
TaraC73 said:Next time wrap the pizza and put it in the fridge... no contractor mistaking it for his, and no potential for food poisoning. <span></span>
gguenot said:I was more into the hardcore/post hardcore genre in high school, but I acknowledge that metal influenced them greatly.
Back in the 90's I worked for my friend's band and they went across Canada with COC!