Oh god. Buzzfeed just bought the Huffington Post.
I have near 1000 hours combined Vacation and Sick time. Luckily our sick time does not go away. But there are limits to how much vacation time you can keep. But the excess rolls into sick time. Then if I work on a state holiday I get a free vacation day to burn at will. I mostly get by with burning those.Even after this I'll still have over 200 hours of paid vacation.
It can, but it's also interspersed with shopping articles, and "What Disney princess are you in emergency surgery" quizzes. It's sort of all over the place.Buzzfeed News is actually pretty legit though, isn't it? I seem to recall them putting out some solid reporting.
First few pictures, "Oh that's not too bad."I randomly saw this house being discussed on Twitter because of its, um, interesting use of materials and excessive printed tiles, particularly in all its bathrooms. I was going to say we found @GasBandit's house's rich cousin.
Followed by, "Jesus, this house is a nightmare. I wonder where OH SHIT I LIVE RIGHT BY IT NOOOOOOOO"
So, in all its "glory", scroll through the photos:
For sale: $2,199,999. Spectacular, Stunning, Tranquil are a few words to describe this custom-built colonial set on 2.77 professionally landscaped Acres. The architectural details in and out showcase the distinctive attention to detail! The Exterior features 3 side Stone overlay facade with...www.zillow.com
So...much... clutter... *shudders*
But the house I posted is definitely not gingerbread. A lot of the homes where I grew up in North Jersey, or a good chunk of Martha's Vineyard would be true gingerbread. I don't know if you remember any of it when you were living in Linden, although it was more common in Roselle, Cranford, Westfield, etc.
It's always astonishing to me how much different places can be, when they're in a small state and ostensibly nearby. NJ is roughly the same size as the DFW metroplex, which itself has about 200 incorporated towns... but outside of downtown areas (and slums), it's pretty homogenous from one end to the other.But the house I posted is definitely not gingerbread. A lot of the homes where I grew up in North Jersey, or a good chunk of Martha's Vineyard would be true gingerbread. I don't know if you remember any of it when you were living in Linden, although it was more common in Roselle, Cranford, Westfield, etc.
Ooo, you remembered!when you were living in Linden
That just means you're young. Remember your rules of divisibility.Nor this one.
Am... am I not a real person?
Even knowing that wouldn't allow mean that I could solve it in 15 seconds. Using a calculator it took me well over a minute, and that's just for the math alone, without having to figure out the logic. If I had to do the math by hand/brain, then it would have taken me much longer.That just means you're young. Remember your rules of divisibility.
A number can be evenly divided by 8 if the last 3 digits can be divided by 8.
A number can be evenly divided by 9 if the sum of its digits can be divided evenly by 9.
72 = 8 x 9