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Jan 3rd 2013 11:58AM Tim.....I'm a dog lover too. Have one also. Maybe it would have helped with these punks, but if a psychopath really wants in, he/they will make quick 'work" of an innocent animal trying to protect.
Jan 3rd 2013 11:48AM "boring" ?? Chilling is more like it. Slimey people invading another's home and space and helping themselves/"cherrypicking" anything that strikes their fancy. It's called sociopaths.....and this society is going down the toilet. Round up these slime and get them off our streets locked away from decent people ..... !!
Jan 3rd 2013 12:51AM You don't know whether anyone had been in there before this. My home was robbed multiple times before I got cameras. That's why I got them and everyone should have them today. It's a different world.
Sep 29th 2012 4:32PM Think this situation falls under the laws of eminent (sp?) domain. They consider that ramp a necessity for the improvemnt of the community. They can even force families out of their homes if the property is needed for the constuction of a road, etc.
Jul 15th 2011 7:52PM We used to call a soft orange "coral". It was particularly popular in Summer, and then in Fall in a slightly deeper shade. Can be very attractive on the right skin shade.
Nov 29th 2010 8:35PM I think it's a d----- creative idea !! If I still looked as good as I used to in a bikini a few years ago, when younger, and wouldn't be as cold as you get as an older person, I'd do the same thing had I thought of it. Infact, maybe the answer would be to wear the bikini for the security screening and bring clothes to put on after to be warm. Good for her for being creative. AND if everyone who feels comfortable wearing a bikini on the beach(large percentage of people do) did this, it would save a lot of time for all the rest of you people waiting in line !! Think of that. You people gripping and criticizing are showing some sort of ridiculous jealousy and insecurity issues you have. She's saving everybody time people !!!
Sep 24th 2010 9:22PM Good L___ !! First of all, it is frightning that most pharmacys have clerks filling prescriptions instead of actual Registered Pharmacists. TRIPLEDAWG3, you can not ask a clerk to explain how a medication works, they are not educated about it enough to tell you. Or if one kind interacts with another that you are taking, etc, etc. It is frightening that the law (in our state at least) only requires that a registered pharmacist is "on duty" at all times while clerks fill the prescriptions. By mistake I was given a heart medication "counted out" by a clerk one time in a vile marked as another kind of med I was supposed to be getting. The next morning when I went to take the med that I had been on for years and recognized had been put in the wrong vile, had I not known what it was supposed to look like, and taken it, I could have died, because of another medical problem that I was being treated for would have made the mistake even a greater danger. OBVIOUSLY you have no education in the medical field, and none of us would want someone uneducated in the field "counting out and filling" our pill bottles......
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