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  1. Sorry but how else am I supposed to pay? Debit or cash?

  2. Sorry but I thought it was officially RBPT. Honda was just giving them tech and help. Isn't it?

  3. Can someone explain why are they even bothering to paint them green?

  4. Wtf is wrong with people commenting on the size. It looks great on you. Love this watch face. Still waiting for mine. 😞

  5. 64 bytes from coral.reef.marine.life: icmp_seq=0 ttl=57 time=20.348 ms

  6. Give it few days and see if you still feel the same. It's a change for you and it's obvious that you would need some time to adapt to the change. However, sometimes it's just the initial phase where you feel that way and it weans off. But if it doesn't then do what you can and then start looking for a new job.

  7. It's a predicament every caring person goes through who left their parents back in India. One solution is to get them over wherever you are living. That ways you all can be together. However this is always not straight forward. I brought my parents over from India and I thought they will be able to adjust. They haven't. They have a huge huge social circle back in India and here they barely get to meet people. They feel miserable and I know that too. For me the decision is to let them go back to India(not that I am holding them hostage here but they are staying with me for some time now). Once they are there I will play by ear. They are definitely happy there and I don't want them to live miserably. They are able to take care of themselves and maybe when it's time I might start visiting back India often (few times a year) to make arrangements or try to bring them here(on visa).

  8. What the fuck is happening in this picture!?!?!?!?

  9. When 8 & Ultra came out, I knew I was getting 8. Right size, right price, great bands. But once I started dabbling with ultra it just made more and more sense. It stands out. There are so many "Apple Watch" copy cats and it's hard to tell what watch someone is wearing. On top of that the aesthetics and great battery are just cherry on the top. It is expensive but it does give you the novelty factor a lot people are trying to look for in these smart watches.

  10. 1 million dollars into a GIC right now is $45,000 annually.

  11. Can I ask why to invest in GIC with 2-3% return when OP can invest in an ETF with 6-8% returns in long term? Is it because GIC is gauranteed?

  12. Unless he has swelling or bruises you don't need to do it. However you need to figure out how to stop the self injurious behavior (SIB). This type of behaviour is pretty common in kids with autism. Are you sending him to ABA? If yes then they can help with it. My son used to do the same. We identified the triggers and next time when we saw the trigger event happening, we immediately tried to redirect his attention towards something else. Another thing we did was taking away a reward when he indulged in SIB. He understands the concept of getting grounded. So anytime he did SIB we would "ground" him. He gradually stopped doing SIB as often he would. Now his head banging in virtually gone and it only happens in very extreme cases when he's really upset.... Maybe once a month.

  13. Thanks for the advice! Yes my son is autistic and he does ABA usually this started recently he used to not do that before so new to us. He is 3 really doesn’t understand the concept of being grounded. We have tried so many things and still trying to find out what a good redirection will be for him. He is non verbal and still working on trying to get his attention when you speak to him directly. He will not look at you even if you are face to face with him. But thanks so much for you advice.

  14. Worse case scenario you can get him a safety helmet that's specifically designed for kids who engage in SIB .... Something like this

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