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... early entrance tickets. Pauline and I elected to meet the guys later rather than walk on the wet grass and enjoyed coffee in the Ritz Carlton. We had not counted on the huge attendance however and when we first went out (an hour after opening) the line was huge. Rather than stand for ages we went back and sat outside in the sun, looked at the paper, and tried again later. Richard and Kirk were already in the stands waiting for us and watching the fashion show ...
... two checked bags.
I zipped through security thanks to my membership in TSA Pre-Check. I bypassed the regular line and immediately went through the screening point without having to take off my shoes, jacket, belt, etc. So nice! Then I visited the US Airways Club at DCA for the first time. It’s a nice-sized lounge with huge windows overlooking the ramp and runway; one side has beautiful views over the D.C. skyline (U.S. Capitol and Washington ...
... there were still a few residents here and there, swimming in the sea, fishing, children on swings, and fitness enthusiasts played basketball, skateboarded or jogged. The adjacent, inland waterway, was full of docked boats, many for rent, to take one fishing or just cruising.
It looks a nice place to live. Too busy at all. Nice weather (it was not raining then). Tourists were walking to and from places to eat and shop. Settled for a Greek wrap for supper tonight.
... br> back. I always find that a real problem!! It was fairly warm, so we
peeled back the roof, and off we went, with wind blowing our hair, to explore
and go where no man has ever been before!! Had a fun day. Dad did very well
scrambling in and out of the jeep at every stop we had. I think he shuddered every time Mike suggested we get out and look at something!! Dined
at a little Mexican beach cafe overlooking ...
It's a matter of how we're built, he says, not what we learn. And he has the brain imaging to prove it.
Other studies elaborate on the biological link to male-female communication styles. Men are wired to act during times of high emotion, since emotion can lead to violence; there is a shut-off mechanism. He stops talking -- just when women, wired entirely differently, want to talk.
As reported on the Web site Uncommon Knowledge, ...