United States • Age 72
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ndysun @ndysun (5) • Indonesia 1 Sep 07
Hallo every one, I want to make my first extra money online but I doesn't now how to start It. Last month I was attended one of Internet marketer seminar but in that seminar to make money online we must joint the work shop and I...
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coffeeshot @coffeeshot (3783) • Australia 17 Jul 07
Do you wear sunscreen everytime you go outside? What about on cloudy days? Do you wear a hat when you're outside? If i'm going out for a walk or to mow the lawn etc I'll wear sunscreen all over, even though I have olive skin. I'm...
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pooh1623 @pooh1623 (192) • United States 15 Jun 07
Where was your favorite vacation spot as a kid, you know when your parents took you? And where is your favorite vacation spot as an adult? Did you ever like a vacation spot so much that you said that you were going to take your...
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4cuteboys @4cuteboys (4099) • United States 15 Jun 07
I take them off if they are eating something messy! lol! My family thinks i am insane, but I pay alot for their clothes, so I think it's wise to do this, especially considering they are all messy. It isn't every time, but usually...
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jody451r @jody451r (36) • United States 19 Mar 07
How do you know when you are losing it? I live with several family members, one of whom had dementia. She's 82 and has virtually no recall of events from moment to moment. She's also certain, most of the time, that her memory is...
hockeygal4ever @hockeygal4ever (10021) • United States 2 Mar 07
Today I had lunch with my dad. No big deal, just lunch, just me and him. BUT... what was so special was that this WAS just an every day thing and a plain ol' lunch at a friends pub. My dad's almost 67 and today I spent over an...
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mckenziemom @mckenziemom (523) • United States 13 Feb 07
I recently ran across the very first resume that I typed shortly before graduating from college. I got a bit nostalgia looking at that paper and some other college assignments I had typed on an electric typewriter during my...
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Stephanie5 @Stephanie5 (2946) • United States 3 Feb 07
I was taught to do my dishes like this, first the glasses, then the silverware, then plates, bowls, then pans. Well, I hate washing silverware, so I usually save that till last. So now I do them, glasses, plates, bowls, pans,...
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ShadyGrove @ShadyGrove (996) • United States 27 Jan 07
I am Catholic and have seen several church's close in my area due to poor financial status -- I know that much money has been spent in "pay-offs" to families of children who have been molested by local priests. What do you...
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prettypinkbug @prettypinkbug (437) • United States 27 Jan 07
What do you think is the correct punishment for a person who has raped someone? My husband and I don't see eye to eye on this one. What do you guys think? If I were raped, I would want to kill the guy. Should the rapist get the...
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patootie @patootie (3592) 23 Jan 07
Today I went into my kitchen at least 3-4 times and then had no idea why I had gone in there .. and I can blame the weather for that ! Hallo, you are thinking, she's gone bonkers hehe ... not really you see the weather does...
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mango_tart55 @mango_tart55 (26) • Philippines 18 Jan 07
it is a full time job loving someone, you give yourself, the whole you, and yet sometimes they fail to reciprocate the love you show to them. it is sometimes unfair to the other party because there is no assurance that your love...
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jody451r Giving of yourself and loving someone does not mean it will be returned. All those songs and poems about unrequited love wouldn't exist if it were. Love also exists in caring for others, especially those who cannot take care of themselves, in these cases a...
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strawberrymudd @strawberrymudd (330) • United States 13 Jan 07
Do you have really noisy neighbors? How do you deal? I live in an apartment, and my neighbor across the hall is horribly noisy, and when we ask to her to be quiet, she temporarily obliges, but then begins her excessively loud...
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kittykatzz @kittykatzz (1132) • United States 13 Jan 07
when do you say "uncle"? i mean persistence is DEFINITELY one of my autistic son's strong points.. although it can fair him to concentrate on some things better and for longer than alot of others (sometimes as long as he has...
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funygirl38 @funygirl38 (19) • United States 6 Jan 07
I'm in the process of being diagnosed with Fibromyalgia and as of late, i've been plagued by a bout of insomnia. I rarely take a nap during the day and I know I use the bedroom for other things besides what the experts say to...
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Tina Dalasinski @Tina30219 (80782) • Onaway, Michigan 12 Dec 16
I am aaiting patiently for dinner tonight we are having steaks on the grill tonjght and bake potatoes and probably salad as well. What's everyone else having for dinner tonight?
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khalid111 @khalid111 (186) 4 Jan 07
i dont know about you but i dont think i would be able to , someone to do something like this must be so dipressed. i have a m8 that cousin just commited suicide by gasing him self out i the garage but wat i dont understand is i...
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Ravenladyj @Ravenladyj (22904) • United States 3 Jan 07
"Sometimes you wake up afraid to live"... There are plenty of topics on here about suicide and of course I respond to them because truth be told I'm very passionate about it...it is a very key and personal thing in my...
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estherlou @estherlou (5015) • United States 1 Jan 07
With all of the news about Saddam Hussein, I found myself a little disquieted over the whole affair. I discovered I probably could not be comfortable in wishing the death penalty on anyone. I feel he deserved his sentence, he...
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