How old does one have to be to serve alcohol in New Orleans? I am not finding much searching online. Some sources say 18, but others say that's only in a waitressing position and that to serve behind a bar one must be 21. Which is it?
Also, I've heard Louisiana does not accept online certification. Where in New Orleans does one go to get certified to serve alcohol? How much is it?1 AnswerNew Orleans9 years ago
I don't know which I am. My shoulders and hips are the exact same size, 41 inches, and my waist is 28 inches. But my bust is only 35. I've heard that the hourglass goes strictly by the bust measurement, not the shoulders. But then what does that make me? I don't see how I can be considered pear-shaped when I have such broad shoulders, although I've heard that some people aren't just one body type, but a mixture of two. Any thoughts?3 AnswersOther - Skin & Body10 years ago
According to their website, the University of Texas charges the same amount for students on and off campus. Is this true, or a mistake? Why would they charge off-campus students for a service (room and board) that they don't provide?3 AnswersHigher Education (University +)1 decade ago
I don't know whether I'm a pear or an hourglass. Pear shapes have narrow shoulders, a small bust, and their widest parts are their hips and thighs. Hourglasses have broad shoulders, a large bust, wide hips, and a small waist.
I have a small waist, wide hips, and broad shoulders (maybe a couple inches wider than my hips, though they look pretty equal to me). However, I have a small bust. I don't know which shape this makes me. Do they measure by bust or shoulder width?3 AnswersOther - Skin & Body1 decade ago
I'm a little confused on my body shape. I have broad shoulders (as wide as my hips, if not a tiny bit wider), wide hips, and a small waist. However, my bust is only about 5 inches larger than my waist, making me believe I have a pear shape. Don't they go by bust size, not shoulder width, to determine your shape? If they go by the shoulders, does that mean I'm an hourglass?3 AnswersOther - Skin & Body1 decade ago
I'm thinking about moving to NYC and am trying to figure out my budget, only I don't know how much I should be taking out of my proposed paycheck each week. Where I live now they generally take out 15%, but I imagine it's higher in NYC. Does it depend on the job? What's the average?1 AnswerUnited States1 decade ago
Is Interbank a pretty common bank in NYC? Are there ATMs on every corner? If not, can someone give me some names, please? I want to open a bank account where I live right now, and still be able to use it whenever I want (and not have to search the city for one) when I move to NYC.6 AnswersNew York City1 decade ago
Is it even possible to live in NYC if you aren't or haven't gone to college or some sort of trade school? If all you have is a high school diploma? I'm sure SOMEONE is doing it, but I'm not sure how. If all you can get is around $1500 a month, is it possible? How about if you make that much, then have a roommate? Can you even do it without a roommate?
Please, just tell me the truth.2 AnswersNew York City1 decade ago
I'm looking for a place in Brooklyn. I've read I can get a studio apartment for $700 to $800 in Greenpoint? Is this safe, and how close is it to Manhattan? I need somewhere that's close get to Manhattan, but it has to be in that price range. Price is more important than distance, however. Just wondering if anyone can give me a few tips. Safety would be nice, too.3 AnswersNew York City1 decade ago
I know that it is based on your income,and it's first come first serve. But are they likely to pay for all of it? Does this happen a lot, or rarely? They can't possibly pay a high percentage of a student's tuition when so many apply each year. Is the average half? A quarter?2 AnswersFinancial Aid1 decade ago
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