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  1. In high school, they're best described as friendly rivals. But I think their friendship deepens as they graduate and become young adults.

  2. Not necessarily, because your interests can change over time. Also, to make it at the pro level is hard: of the four years I spent in high school, only 1 player on the varsity football team got a full ride scholarship because of his skills. And nobody, not even him, made it to the NFL.

  3. In my middle school (way back in 1981), there was a boy and girl who were sort of popular, and were both about 13 years old. They'd been dating for a year.

  4. I liked the book and the movie, mostly because I graduated high school in 1987 so I'm just reveling in the nostalgia. RP2 isn't too bad, but Armada is worse. Basically video game wish fulfillment.

  5. I've seen the trailer, but nothing about it made me want to watch the movie. I have no idea what it's about. Aliens?

  6. New York City has an odd beauty all its own. I love aerial photographs that show this giant rectangle of green that somehow seems to have sprung out from the concrete jungle that surrounds it.

  7. I'm not sure about the illegality of it but I would double check with your attorney. if they knew that you were going to be out on either maternity leave or fmla they should have had all the paperwork together and it's really not your fault that you went into labor early.

  8. Yep. I remember going to games at the Orange Bowl, and Flipper would be near the end zone in his pool.

  9. In Haikyuu, I think DaiSuga is pretty much universally accepted as the old married couple.

  10. Always keep me in your heart and wear this bracelet to remember me by. The passion of love bursting into flame is more powerful than death, stronger than the grave. (Song of Solomon 8:6,7 - Contemporary English Version)

  11. It depends on the company policy. Most companies that I've worked for state if an employee is absent 3 consecutive days they would require a doctor's note.

  12. They can certainly require a doctors note but not threaten to withhold his paycheck right?

  13. If you're in the US there should have been pwriod called open enrollment where you choose which health plan that you want, and that determines how much will be taken out of your paycheck. Do you remember which health plan you chose when this period rolled around? Because I can't imagine them suddenly just increasing the amount by that much unless there's no other option for the health insurance that your company offers you.

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