Past a certain point, institutions lose the benefit of the doubt.
Joe Cardillo is a media professional, DIY musician, and writer in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He believes the point of life is to connect to other people and acknowledge the absurdity/terror/joy of the human condition. You can find him on Twitter @joecardillo and read more of his writing on his blog, trialofthecentury.wordpress.com
The next time your partner is looking particularly pretty, go ahead and get a little handsy.
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Not every pickup artist has bad intentions. Some just need a little extra help to show their true selves.
The Panasonic All-In-One Trimmer
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