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jdeforge @jdeforge (224) • United States 13 Nov 07
Alright all you cat lovers, I need advice. I have two cats, both well behaved but they've lived with me in a very "college" like atmosphere. Meaning, I had this ratty couch they could scratch, I had a ratty computer leather chair...
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oarnamav @oarnamav (2708) • India 12 Nov 07
Do you respect your parents? Upto what extent? Even if the things cross the limit of tollerence? Could you forgive your old helpless parents even if the differences are beyond your imagination? I personally could not...
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cajliving @cajliving (24) • United States 13 Nov 07
Since I ama diabetic, losing weight does not come easy. The doctor said that I might be a candidate for the lap band surgery. I have heard many stories about having this--some very scary. I would appreciate some input. Thanks!!
redyellowblackdog @redyellowblackdog (10629) • United States 13 Nov 07
"Terrorism: New Jihadi manual rejects militant violence in Arab-Islamic world." Now, that's more like the kind of title one likes to see on an article about Jihad! Consider this quote from the article. "The new manual...
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girljar @girljar (287) • United States 10 Nov 07
You know, when I die, what I want most is to be reincarnated as a housecat. They have got it made in the shade! Like right now, both furballs are dead asleep, in the most comfortable place they could find. They have been sleeping...
elemental69 @elemental69 (1561) • Ireland 10 Nov 07
Or do you live in a 'lived in' home?? I have a lived in home. Its always clean but with four young kids its hard to keep it tidy all the time. How about you? :-)
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HighReed1 My home has always looked lived-in. We had 3 boys and we both worked. There was no way it was gonna be spotless. I didn't want my family feeling like they had to be careful about sitting on the couch or walking around. As long as the place was picked up,...
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rebelslady07 @rebelslady07 (21) • United States 4 Nov 07
Well not too much longer before my darling husband deploys to Iraq. We are dealing with pre-deployment stuff like training, getting legal paperwork in order, that sort of things. I've been thinking about taking out extra life...
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Rozie37 @Rozie37 (15499) • Turkmenistan 16 Jul 07
Now normally, I am very supportive of my nieces and nephews. I love to hear of their dreams and I encourage them to pursue whatever they want. But, when my nephew announced to his mother and I that he wanted to go in the...
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HighReed1 Did you know there are tech jobs in the military that would keep the soldier 'in the rear with the gear'? Or he could go into an MOS that wouldn't require he go to war at all. Like JAG (the legal department). Flat feet won't keep you out of the military. My...
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twoey68 @twoey68 (13627) • United States 8 Nov 07
I am making our Thanksgiving day dinner this year and was wondering what special ways fellow MyLotters have of cooking theirs. I normally use regular spices (cilantro, oregano, garlic) and butter for a crispy outside. I kind...
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