“Unless they had a speculum they were NOT looking at their vaginas. For crying out loud. The vagina is the "muscular tube leading from the external genitals to the cervix of the uterus." USE A DICTIONARY if you don't know the definition.”
“No. Little Finger is the sneakiest and the one most full of hate. Oberyn is filled with cold rage at what was done to his sister and her child. THAT makes him the deadliest.”
mjakes28 on May 27, 2014 at 14:02:15
“Don't get me wrong, Oberyn is an awesome character, and I agree, the man is feared and he is deadly. But couldn't you make the same argument for the Mountain? These are obviously deadly characters, but they wear that deadly persona on their collective sleeves. Their reputation precedes them.
Little Finger on the other hand, you just don't see him coming. His machinations created a chain of events leading to the war of the 5 Kings, the deaths of several main characters including King Joffrey, and yet still no one suspects his involvement in just about any of it. To me, that is the worst kind of man to fear. He is deadly, patient, brilliant and cunning. Formidable to say the least.”
mjakes28 on May 27, 2014 at 11:30:04
“Little Finger orchestrated the death of John Arryn and the betrayal of Eddard Stark, not to mention the death of Lisa Arryn and King Joffrey. He has more to do with the war of the five kings than just about anyone. Most cunning? Definitely. Deadliest? I think its hard to argue that he isn't one of if not the most deadly character on the show.”
“The Constitution does not grant that right. "open carry" is up to the states.”
Wilely Fox on May 21, 2014 at 14:13:43
“The more accurate answer is that the 2nd protects a preexisting right and does not create or grant such a right. The preexisting right allows for the carrying of arms for purposes of self defense. Standard legal opinions of the mid to late 19th century allowed for restrictions on the manner of carrying arms so long as it did not unduly burden the right to carry. Thus a law which forbids the carrying of concealed arms was ok so long as the open carry of arms was allowed. Conversely, the open carry of weapons could be banned, so long as the concealed carry was allowed.”
“Why would it be impossible to ban guns from their restaurants? Most places have, for years, had signs in the windows that read "No shirts, no shoes, no service."”
chaszer on May 21, 2014 at 13:54:05
“Its not that there is a legal problem. The problem is the restaurant does not want its employees confronting someone with a gun to tell them to leave or having a confrontation between the police and people with guns in their restaurant.”
“No to juice. It's sugar water. Juicing removes all the fiber. Making a smoothie keeps it in. BIG difference.”
Bibsap on May 21, 2014 at 12:26:30
“Who told you juice is sugar water? Maybe the stuff sold at the store is sugar water. So, don't understand your comment. I place whole fruits and vegetables (no water added) in my Omega Juicer and I have natural juice no sugar added.”
Broken Spell on May 20, 2014 at 19:02:16
“But you don't have an Omega juicer, do you? I love my Omega. It's value is orthogonal to the mixer.”
“We finally got a vitamin a year or so ago. One of the shopping channels (you'll have to go look) had it as a TSV and on easy pay. SOLD!
I've been making green smoothies the last couple of weeks (which is what YOU were doing in the first demonstration, not JUICING). It does a spectacular job. Also, it comes with a "pusher" which makes life real easy when you're using frozen fruit.
Oh and that famous orange place? They're using Vitamix. Just sayin' ... you get what you pay for.”
“I'm not at all surprised by all the derogatory comments. All I can say in response is, why thanks.
Granted MY tattoo is itty bitty (1.25" x 1" and it's the "eye of Horus" in case you were wondering) and is on the inside of my left wrist. I waited 40 years to get it. I couldn't decide what I wanted. I'm still trying to figure out what I want for my next one. Hope I can make up my mind before I turn 80, LOL.
I'm not big on lots of color, lot of ink, etc. I happen to like my skin and don't want to cover it up completely with ink. But that's just me.”
Wheat was hybridized to produce a shorter plant with a bigger head, to be insect, drought and who-knows-what-else resistant. The result is a grain that packs a wallop to your blood glucose level spiking it higher and faster than table sugar (diabetes anyone?) and is LITERALLY addictive just like cocaine. The protein in today's wheat crosses the blood/brain barrier and attaches at opiate receptor sites. Hello obesity.
so while I laud your intentions, remember what the road to hell is paved with.
And I didn't make up those facts about wheat. If you haven't read the books by either William Davis (Wheat Belly) or David Perlmutter (Grain Brain) you might want to add them to your to-read list. When two medical doctors research the research and come up with valid reasons for giving up wheat, I pay attention.”
“Your map is woefully outdated. There has been a Costco in Billings, MT for over a decade (and probably longer since my memory is not what it once was).
We have to drive 125 miles to get there. There's also a Sam's club in Billings and one in Casper, WY (which is about the same distance). I do not shop Sam's. Their merchandise is inferior to what I can find at Costco and is more expensive.
We shop Costco at least half a dozen times a year. I'd go more but the weather determines if we go or not. 125 miles on icy highways is not my idea of a fun trip.”
DarleenMB on May 16, 2014 at 13:37:20
“Well my glasses are outdated. I was looking at Wyoming (which has ZERO Costco stores) instead of Montana. duh.
And I second and third everyone else's replies about Costco's treatment of their employees. It's a big reason we shop there and also own stock in their company. I hate wallyworld and sam's.”