My best advice: Talk to the mom and see what she wants you to do. It may be she's looking for support, it may be she wants you to stay out of it altogether. If you ask how you can help, she gets what she needs from you. After it blows over, and depending on what the soon-to-be-wife has told you, take a moment and chat with the rugrat. Ask her what she was feeling during all of it - not what caused it, not what she was thinking, but how she felt during it. This way, you can help her avoid those feelings (and fighting) again, by reminding her later that her anger/upset only leads to more of the same unless she learns to deal with those emotions/hormones. If you start to notice her flare up again in the future, you can then ask what you can do to help, and she'll know you are caring for her and trying to help; not just trying to diffuse the argument to soothe nerves.
Hmmmmm!!!! I bet if had happened to Mankins or one of his teammates he would be singing a different tune. but since Charles Johnson didn't break a leg or become paralyzed then it was no big deal to him.
Anyone that saw the intentional leg whip would have to be either brain dead or a liar if they said it wasn't a dirty action,so Mankin which one are you?
Meh.. both sides suck at this. Time to give some others a chance....
Like any business, carrying a recognizable and manageable debt is a good thing, especially if that debt is tied up in investment. If you are not spending money, you are not making money. It's when your debts outweigh your assets, receivables, etc, is when it starts the path of insolvency, and that is a terrible death knell for most businesses. But, since it's the government, they'll just print more money, right? That's ok, right?
Owners beware - Steve Smith at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Thurs.): To put it lightly, Smith has not done well against the Buccaneers in recent seasons. He hasn't scored a touchdown against them in the last five meetings, and has posted 80-plus yards just once in his last eight games versus Tampa Bay. Smith could also see a lot of CB Darrelle Revis. (Maximum value: High WR3)