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    If you divorce, will the split be amicable?

    If you divorce, will the split be amicable?
  2. Thread: I am equal

    by JaneV2.0
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    Congratulations on being capable and resourceful....

    Congratulations on being capable and resourceful. At this stage of the game, AAA is my best friend.
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    Well, there you are--that got your attention. Now...

    Well, there you are--that got your attention. Now what's the significance of broken glass?
  4. Yeah--I'd be a pariah in the South in short...

    Yeah--I'd be a pariah in the South in short order. :~)
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    If I were fanciful, I'd say it's some kind of...

    If I were fanciful, I'd say it's some kind of bleed-through from another dimension. Have you lost someone close to you lately?
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    I think Trump has managed to alienate the whole...

    I think Trump has managed to alienate the whole European Union and the UK, with his bloviating. He doesn't seem to fully understand NATO funding, he's disclosed classified information--which Britain...
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    At least you had witnesses both times; that would...

    At least you had witnesses both times; that would be reassuring.
  8. I'd be inclined to give her the stiff arm rather...

    I'd be inclined to give her the stiff arm rather than listen to an afternoon's worth of blather, unless you like a good argument. My mother used to engage the various holy rollers who came to the...
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    I like the girls' education necklace; it might be...

    I like the girls' education necklace; it might be just the gift for a bibliophile friend. I bought a similar one for two dollars at a thrift store some years age, which is what piqued my interest.
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    Mom and Pop can sell on Amazon now. Or eBay.

    Mom and Pop can sell on Amazon now. Or eBay.
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    I'm kind of fond of paper, as well. Lately, I've...

    I'm kind of fond of paper, as well. Lately, I've been looking at paper beads and other jewelry made from it. Intriguing.
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    Many upcycled pieces are wonderful. I'm...

    Many upcycled pieces are wonderful. I'm particularly fond of Boho fashion, and it lends itself beautifully--like thrift shop tanks with six inches of lace sewn onto the bottom--easy and a pretty...
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    Needlepoint. I did my own designs, but it was...

    Needlepoint. I did my own designs, but it was still boring.
    Tennis--I might have enjoyed it, but my knees weren't having any.
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    I always look first for used CDs (yes, I'm a...

    I always look first for used CDs (yes, I'm a dinosaur--I like to have a hard copy) and books at Amazon, as well as bargain e-books. I subscribe to BookBub, so I get suggestions every morning. It...
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    You can come out ahead if you upcycle thrifted...

    You can come out ahead if you upcycle thrifted clothing with thrifted material, or yardage you get on sale. It's more a creativity or fit thing than money-saving thing now.
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    I've always liked the idea of a treadle sewing...

    I've always liked the idea of a treadle sewing machine. In case of a zombie apocalypse/extended grid failure, I could whip up all kinds of useful stuff from the raw materials I have around here.
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    :idea:

    :idea:
  18. I could easily jettison my smart phone, and I'm...

    I could easily jettison my smart phone, and I'm plotting to ditch my cable with an antenna and streaming device at some point. I would eagerly trade in Chez Albatross for a smaller gem of a dwelling....
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    I hear water exercises are perfect; there are...

    I hear water exercises are perfect; there are probably classes at your local Y.
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    William Davis, MD has a new book out called...

    William Davis, MD has a new book out called Undoctored.

    From a review: "America’s 'healthcare' system is anything but. With its dedication to highly monetized interventions, consumers have been...
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    I enjoy generally robust health except for my...

    I enjoy generally robust health except for my arthritic joints. I've managed to avoid doctors, their dubious diagnoses and over-fondness for toxic medications, for years. The thought of getting...
  22. Maybe I'm just too slow to grasp the lofty...

    Maybe I'm just too slow to grasp the lofty concepts here, but it would seem to me that trying to cut short an FBI investigation into a massive money-laundering operation involving your cabinet...
  23. Makes sense--he reportedly got more death threats...

    Makes sense--he reportedly got more death threats than any previous president on record. You know--the Jeff Sessions/Steve Bannon crowd.
    We'll be paying through the nose from now on for Trump--one...
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    I visited an old friend's FB page to see her...

    I visited an old friend's FB page to see her joyfully describing her attendance at the local Women's March--"My first one in 67 years!" Honestly if I had to guess, I would have guessed her to be a...
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    Otto Warburg (a Nobel-winning scientist) did...

    Otto Warburg (a Nobel-winning scientist) did research in the twenties showing that cancer tumors' preferred fuel is glucose. There's a lot of evidence that sugar (and simple carbohydrate) promotes...
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