realistically, the Tigers have had a pretty good team about once every ten years (70s Larry Finch, 80s Keith Lee, 90s Penny, 00s Derrick Rose). historically, it's not a program that's dominant every year.
yea, the numbers seemed big in the Cal era (actually gaudy in a horrible league).
it is what it is. the Tigers will hover in and out of the top 25... when we get that once a decade player that will transcend us into a legit top 10 for a season or two, enjoy it.
otherwise, it is what it is.
OTP, most states consider premission to operate or non permission to operate... that'll impact decision to subrogate claim or not.
so if you lend your car to your cousin Paulie and he doesn't have a pot to pss in... your insurance will pay the claim.
the vehicle is insured... not the driver.
for example, if you lend the car to your friend, he has an accident, the claim will be to your (policy on the car) insurance. (and yes, your insurance company may try to pursue some recovery from the person you lent the car to, depending on circumstance, state, type adn amount of loss, and terms of your insurance)
so yes, it would be very doable administratively to require that a vehicle be shown to have active insurance on it at time of renewing tags. and it would make YOUR insuracne costs go down as uninsured motorist claims would be decreased (you are in essence buying insurance FOR other people)
so Pop, you must be pretty tight with the family to know for sure that the step father didn't know he wasn't her biological father... maybe he knew he was her step father and chose to be involved in her upbringing.
ever see the Brady Bunch? I'm thinking Mike Brady knew he wasn't the father of those three very lovely girls... but he was like what, Father of the Year in 1969.
It's facts. check it.
in the last year, i moved to a state with alcohol sales in grovery stores...
(yes, i still get to memphis regularly due to business and family interests so i check the flyer weekly)...
but back to topic... my experience has been that selection is great. it really runs like a small store in the larger one. and i'd imagine the selection is more than adequate for 99% of customers. and while not a sommelier, my wife and i do like to experiment with new wines. if the grocery store doesn't have something we've read about, we talk to the department manager and he easily orders it for us. only a few times have the distributors not carried and able to supply the store within the week. i'd guess that it would be likely the memphis wine stores may not have access to it either (but that's speculation).
so just like if you want particular cuts of meat, get to know the grocery store butcher... get to know the department manager. your fears are unfounded and the convenience can't be beat.
it's not easy to do something truly in the calling of Jesus.
I wish you well.
champs against chumps....
chumps against champs.
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