- 2 AnswersMovies4 weeks ago
My father's a landlord and one of his tenants shot himself dead last night, will my dad be the one who has to pay to get it cleaned?
Unfortunate it's my cousins husband to boot. I really don't want to sound insensitive, but so much has been piling up on my Dad lately who just retired from the post office, and I've read the average cleanup of a dead body is $4,000.4 AnswersFamily1 month ago
I work for a farm just driving a truck, and every time I come back to the yard, nobody is even around. Takes them about 1 hour a day to feed all the cattle, and b hook up the milking machine. 5 hours a week to mow the grass around the field. Driving 18 wheelers all these years I've passed a lot of farms, and I rarely see activity at any of them, yet everyone talks about farming as if it's hard work and the amount of work anyone else does is inferior. Why do we always try to make people feel inferior about how much of their lives they give to work?2 AnswersAgriculture1 month ago
It appears that boost is the first mvno to get it's coverage map upgraded to the combined coverages of sprint and TMobile. However is the combination still packing coverage when compared to att it Verizon. I'm a truck driver and would consider switching if the coverage area is going to be as competitive as the top two now. I drive all 48 states so coverage area is my top concern. Has anyone here done enough reading to give a solid answer as to what we're getting at boost now?1 AnswerCell Phones & Plans1 month ago