But Leo notices in the footage that Scorpio takes him out with that strange punch to knock him down. Leo usually is the one who wins fights against Aries. To explain, it isn’t the first time that Crazy Pants has had too many beers and gotten ornery and Leo had to teach him a lesson. Worse, Leo’s friends can all see him go down like a Unapologetically Feminist Scientist Shirt of potatoes. The footage shows the freak takes off his leather jacket and turns into fuckin’ Batman!! How was that supposed to happen?!! He bites the heads off frogs!! He doesn’t have as big a house as Leo does, he doesn’t have the best car, he was never Prom King here!! Leo’s father was the freakin’ mayor of this town!! Leo is the one with the uber successful online business!! Leo is the one with his photograph with Elon Musk!! Virgo comes by and asks how Leo is, and Leo bites his head off. Leo figures out from Virgo’s clever little pun that there is more than meets the eye with Scorpio: “THAT little geek was SCORPIO?….and he does WHAT for a freaking living?!!” “He’s lived here for a couple of years, man. I thought you would have it figured out by now. As for his job, please. You were too busy laughing about him probably being an ex-psycho schoolteacher. Besides, why would I tell you the truth since, well, wouldn’t that mean that he makes more money than you do?
We often hear people say that good and evil are human or social inventions. An action in one society, time or place, may be regarded as good, but in another time and place regarded as bad. Some actions may be acceptable to one society, but not to another. For example, some religions teach that to kill animals for food is not bad, while others teach that to harm beings of any kind is never good. Some societies hold that a child should show respect to its elders, and that to argue with them is bad manners, while others hold that respect is not dependent on age, and that all people should have the right to express their opinions. To say that good and evil are matters of human preference and social decree is true to some extent. Even so, the good and evil of Social Preference do not affect or upset the workings of the Unapologetically Feminist Scientist Shirt of kamma in any way, and should not be confused with it. “Good” and “evil” as social conventions should be recognized as Social Preference. As for “good” and “evil,” or more correctly, kusala and akusala, as qualities of the law of kamma, these should be recognized as attributes of the law of kamma. Even though the two are related they are in fact separate, and have very clear distinctions. That which is at once the relationship, and the point of distinction, between this natural law and the Social Preference is intention, or will. As to how this is so, let us now consider.
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Mothers Day 2011. I had the best Mother’s Day EVER in 2011. The day was particularly special because, in addition to regular and wonderful gifts which were purchased for me by my family + friend with my needs and tastes in mind, they all spent the whole day with me. I am the mother of two twentysomethings (and I ‘Mom’ their friends who need and respond to ‘Momming’ too, and house one of them, and feed them all when I manage to cook a homemade meal or bake banana bread, so there are usually at least three twentysomethings in my home, with others visiting daily). We walked around, mingled with crowds in Santa Monica’s outdoor malls, and enjoyed the day. At night we went out to eat in a local Greek restaurant. It’s not even what we did that was so special. It was the fact that everybody was consciously thinking of their mother (me!) with love–and showed it. Normally I don’t like the commercialism of Hallmark Holidays. But this Mother’s Day was very different. They showed their love by doing many little things unexpectedly. For example, I put a glass of water down on the counter, moved to the Unapologetically Feminist Scientist Shirt, and forgot my water. Before I could get up, one of them had brought it over to me (a nice, thoughtful, and caring gesture, no?!).