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Jul 24th 2012 1:02PM Sorry, but I think she did have justification. He assaulted her continually by physically pushing her out of his way before she ever drew the gun on him. He did not have the right to put his hands on her just to do a job.
Apr 29th 2011 8:35PM She is simply stunning.
Feb 1st 2011 9:05PM Sorry, Jane. Unfortunately, I understand. They get in your heart. It's very hard to lose a piggie. I still grieve when I think of them. Piggies are special.
Feb 1st 2011 6:03PM My piggies talk to me like that all the time. I like it best when they purr. I think that Guinea pigs are the answer to world peace - you just can't be in a bad mood when you're cuddling one. They make you happy.
Jan 28th 2011 7:59PM Hey Bill - you're a dick!
Jan 28th 2011 7:46PM Your comment really doesn't make sense. What is her "doing nothing for a year and being safe, and I know she wouldn't" supposed to mean?
Jan 28th 2011 7:24PM I kind of think that he has a valid concern. I don't think he was being sexist - this isn't about her being pregnant, it's about the timing. Her job will be at it's most critically needed stage right when she is due to deliver. Hopefully they can find a way to work this out but it's tough to schedule things. That baby is the one who will decide when it's time, and babies have been known to be rather uncooperative and are often born at extremely inconvenient times.
Jan 21st 2011 6:05PM Excellent comment.
Jan 21st 2011 2:39PM Much to my husband's chagrin, I am not a naked person either. I am thin, and look good in clothes - but I do not like being naked. (even in the shower!)
Jan 20th 2011 4:11PM I am sorry for the loss of this young man's life, and for the grief that his family will go through because this kind of grief is really hard to survive through, but, it just isn't fair to sue the Scouts. They did what they could to save him. Sometimes, people die. Maybe it was his time. Some people deep in grief look for someone to blame it all on - they need someone or something to be at fault. It diverts their grief into anger, which is an emotion that they have more control over than grief. There is no way for this kind of grief to ever "be ok", and it will never go away, but that doesn't necessarily mean that you need to "make somebody pay for what happened". (I speak from experience.) Also, I don't think that only 6 deaths in 20-ish years is that horric, especially since some were referenced as dying from lightning strikes. Who can you possibly blame for a lightning strike?