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    Wow! Congratulations! It sounds like you have a...

    Wow! Congratulations! It sounds like you have a mutually beneficial relationship! That's great--also great about the ability to work from home occasionally.
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    hahaha!!! I'm with you, Terry!

    hahaha!!! I'm with you, Terry!
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    haha! Coffee, yes. Exam, no. I'm off to plant...

    haha! Coffee, yes. Exam, no. I'm off to plant some native flowers in a community garden at the local library, so all is well!
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    OMG...not great start to the day but I’m just...

    OMG...not great start to the day but I’m just being a whiney-pants.
    Basically, my morning routine shot to hell.

    I bought a life insurance policy a couple of weeks ago, and a paramedic was...
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    So awesome, rosa! You are a real Renaissance...

    So awesome, rosa! You are a real Renaissance woman! First carpentry--now pottery!

    Don't worry about your "rejects"--They're not rejects: they're "perfectly imperfect." ...
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    Yuck. I hate that cluttercore!!! My mother...

    Yuck. I hate that cluttercore!!! My mother collected figurines and covered every tabletop with them, and she had this cool room divider with little cubes and each cube had a figurine.

    That was...
  7. Thread: Roe v Wade

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    Here is one analysis Key Findings: The U.S....

    Here is one analysis


    Key Findings: The U.S. has the highest maternal mortality rate among developed countries. Obstetrician-gynecologists (ob-gyns) are overrepresented in its maternity care...
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    The only time I've seen the tide turn was when...

    The only time I've seen the tide turn was when someone I knew was all about pro-life, until his son wound up involved in a pregnancy with a girlfriend with whom the son had no interest in a long-term...
  9. Has anyone figured out how to download content...

    Has anyone figured out how to download content from old iPods? I have one of the first ones and I had playlists on it that I loved, but I've never figured out how to download them. I'd continue to...
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    Here are interesting data from Gallup over the...

    Here are interesting data from Gallup over the course of a few years: Those who identify as "pro-life" vs "pro-choice."

    Draw your own conclusions.
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    I agree, Molly. I now see many renewable efforts...

    I agree, Molly. I now see many renewable efforts as yet another attempt for industry to make a lot of money, and for people to continue to consume to their heart's desire.
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    That is beautiful!

    That is beautiful!
  13. I would advise people who have older technology...

    I would advise people who have older technology to "hoard" it for a decade or two. My DH, a retired TV/video producer, practically gave away 24 VHS players, and my picker SIL was not happy about...
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    As a person who has Catholicism in her DNA (but...

    As a person who has Catholicism in her DNA (but not on the books), I understand the argument that all life is sacred. This is why I believe:


    All life is sacred, particularly life that is...
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    I love ginger beer! The spiciest I’ve found is...

    I love ginger beer! The spiciest I’ve found is Fever Tree. But I like Reeds the best.

    My rave is that I had a stressful day which included three interviews—two never showed up and I had 8...
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    Wow!!! There's hope for humanity! A Craftsman...

    Wow!!! There's hope for humanity! A Craftsman that was actually spared a modern-day hatchet job. It is really beautiful. Now you have to pray the next owners don't tear down walls and paint all the...
  17. What do you think of this innovative idea for...

    What do you think of this innovative idea for cheap living? A cruise that never ends.
    ...
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    Yes, it is beautiful! Lovely birds!

    Yes, it is beautiful! Lovely birds!
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    Wow. Breathtaking!

    Wow. Breathtaking!
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    I think that's a very reasonable approach. It...

    I think that's a very reasonable approach. It might need someone to create a movement in order to make a real difference, but it's so crazy it just might work!
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    Yes, I think you are talking about Depo-Provera,...

    Yes, I think you are talking about Depo-Provera, and from my previous research in women's health, it was really targeted for people who simply a) didn't want a pregnancy under any circumstances PLUS...
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    Great point. Yes, it's deja vu all over again. As...

    Great point. Yes, it's deja vu all over again. As a musician of that age, Peter Seeger, wisely sang,

    "When will you ever learn? Oh, when will you ever learn?"
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    Nice stuff, Ewomack. I am a bit of a...

    Nice stuff, Ewomack. I am a bit of a Japanophile--I particularly liked the Japanese music.

    I'm blowing my cover a little, but here's one of my favorite songs that my son wrote and played for one...
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    I love historical fiction--I got hooked in high...

    I love historical fiction--I got hooked in high school when I read The Queen's Confession by Victoria Holt. It a retelling of the life of Marie Antoinette as if she were narrating it. It was SO good....
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    Well, as I've stated, BIL's main problem isn't...

    Well, as I've stated, BIL's main problem isn't that he drinks too much. He has really cut down/eliminated much of his drinking due to CHF. His problem is his lack of life skills.

    In my life, I...
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