By Ellie Advice Columnist Sat., May 12, 2018 I’m a man, married with kids, and my spouse is a really nice person. Like any other relationship, we encounter challenges. However, I have a problem. I usually find myself in situations where I meet other attractive females on the outside, who I eventually — because of flirting back and placing myself in certain situations (not sexual intercourse) — allow their feelings to develop. On most occasions, I never let the individuals know that I’m married, which I know is really bad. Many times, it’s because I really do not want to hurt their feelings, or perhaps I just want to have my cake and eat it too. I’m currently in a situation like that, and I genuinely, urgently need help! Article Continued Below My question: How can I breakup this relationship with the “outside female,” while also revealing to her in a nice way that I’m married, without making … [Read more...] about I’m a married man and I can’t stop flirting: Ask Ellie
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caption Here’s what cast members like to chow down on at the parks. source Alexandre Breveglieri/Flickr Walt Disney World dining can be pretty costly. That’s what a number of former Walt Disney World cast members told Business Insider, when asked what their favorite park food was. Meals purchased in the Orlando theme park were more of an occasional treat for cast members, rather than a daily ritual. Still, a number of cast members who previously worked through the Disney College Program, had fond memories of their favorite park order, from frozen treats to French cuisine. Walt Disney World’s dining options don’t have a reputation for being cheap. John Quagliano, a former cast member who worked in the Magic Kingdom, told Business Insider that he steered clear of eating in the park for this reason. A former participant … [Read more...] about Many Disney employees say they bring their own lunch to work — but there are 7 park treats they just can’t resist
In these days of the Internet and the ability of anyone to compare a local situation to other localities in a country, it beggars belief that people in the Northeast are not aware of the disparities. Which begs the question: why do people still question the choice of the people of the Northeast to vote for “their” parties (currently the Pheu Thai Party) and not for Bangkok-based parties or entities like the military? I am constantly amazed by this unfathomable lack of understanding. Samui Bodoh It runs on fear: I can tell you now when you enter some Northern villages, a sign will say “This is a RED village”. Can u imagine the peer pressure to vote “red” and what people would say/do if you openly opposed this. Seen it in Loei province. Its not just voting it extends to, it goes deep into the Thai society, but … that can’t be mentioned! Kannot It’s all so bizarre, but the prejudice runs deep. My stepson started off in a … [Read more...] about Isaan voters make educated choices that politicians, Army can’t accept
By Andrea Gordon Education Reporter Fri., March 2, 2018 When the recess bell rings at McKee Public School in Willowdale, residents gazing out the windows of the highrise condominiums across the street are privy to a scene of joyful pandemonium. Hundreds of children spill from the main building and four portables, spreading across the schoolyard in an explosion of pent-up energy. From above, they are colourful specks, laughing, shouting, chasing, climbing and sprawling in the snow. But parents in the 120-unit building west of the playground can’t cast a surreptitious eye on what their own children are up to. Because since the condos opened in 2004, children who live them haven’t been eligible to attend the school steps away from their front door. Read more: The GTA's population is booming — but not necessarily in the right places Article Continued Below Have your say Like other elementary schools along the Yonge St. corridor near … [Read more...] about The challenge of urban density: They can see the school from their balconies but their kids can’t attend
By Bruce Arthur Sports Columnist Fri., Feb. 23, 2018 PYEONGCHANG, SOUTH KOREA—If this column offends anybody, apologies in advance. On Thursday here in Pyeongchang the United States women’s hockey team defeated Canada in the gold medal final. Great game. And after she was given her silver medal Canada’s Jocelyne Larocque took the medal off, and Which was fine! Or, it should have been fine. That game was so emotional, which is part of what made it great. Larocque could not stand the feeling of silver around her neck. It was an honest moment. Friday, she ... apologized? “I want to apologize to the IOC, IIHF, the Pyeongchang Olympic Organizing Committee, Canadian Olympic Committee, Hockey Canada and most especially to my teammates and our fans for removing my silver medal after it was presented to me,” said Larocque in a statement released by Hockey Canada. “In the moment, I was disappointed with the outcome of the game, … [Read more...] about If Jocelyne Larocque can’t take off her silver medal, then what the hell are we doing here?