So I'm 22 and have a pretty significant receding hairline. I also have the problem of having very thin/blonde hair, so I've always tried to have long hair for most of my life to cover up the receding hairline. But now its getting so significant that I have very clear see-through spots in my bangs and I fear the loss of my hair is imminent. My question to you duders is it a big deal to have a receding hairline? It feels like the end of the world to me. So much so that I'm getting frustrated and angry and borderline tempted to just shave it all off in frustration. Any wise words for an insecure me?
Man. I'm surprised this thread got bumped. I appreciate all the feedback from you guys. I ended up buying a 2011 Scion Tc for about $16,000 back in February. It's a really nice car, but the USB jack doesn't work which is kind of lame.
Yeah. That new update looks pretty cool. I don't know how I feel about the whole snapping concept though. Also if you say it's better then the way PS3 does it then it should be fine. I use trophies on PS3 all the time and doesn't seem bothersome, so I'm sure The One is just fine.
I've been thinking about buying a One for Forza Horizon 2 and I was curious on your guy's experiences with the system's interface, more importantly accessing Achievements. I'm a huge Trophy/Achievement guy and have heard some bad stuff about some of the systems of the One. Is there literally an Achievement app that needs to boot-up and isn't system level like I've heard? Because that sounds kind of bad. I like how snappy the PS4 trophy stuff is and was wondering if the One was similar or not as bad as everyone is making it out to be.
The one that uses the little kid as a projectile. Doesn't that character seem a little messed up? Because I mean isn't she a child or is she just like a midget? Because if she is a child and can be a victim of a fatality it would be kind of messed up cuz you know its a kid and whatnot.
The Seattle City Council has just passed an ordinance that will increase the minimum wage in the city to $15 an hour and Michigan just passed a bill to raise the state's minimum wage to $9.25 by 2018. Is this a good or bad thing? I currently make $9 a hour as a bartender at the local Bowling alley after being there for a couple of years and working hard enough to earn a few raises. What do you guys feel about this whole minimum wage thing?