“Have an open relationship with boundaries. End of discussion.”
fireball101586 on Apr 30, 2014 at 07:17:22
“No thanks, but hey each to their own lol”
Milosovich on Apr 28, 2014 at 20:35:21
“That's what we're enjoying right now, my husband and I. Very strict boundaries we both agreed upon, and neither is going to cross. Why would we mess up a good thing? (we've had a boyfriend since last year). He can't come to the house in his absence.”
“I never understood how this is even possible. It is not he will be full for a month it will take him one month to digest it. The croc's hide alone would not be digestible by human digestion system. The stomach acids of the snakes must be so acidic it can burn through concrete.”
“This will be interesting. Seattle is a young team similar to Philly while Broncos have more experience. However, Seattle has been explosive so it's a matter of whether they can retain that throughout the game and reduce errors given the cold weather.
I think in terms of climate CO and WA are similar temperature wise with WA being damper. Weather will affect both teams equally.”
GeniusInTheory on Jan 30, 2014 at 16:04:55
“Running Game will be important. If there is no rain, they will air it out, plenty. Great weather for a purist.”
“I have never had anything tailored and always get compliments. I think as long as you buy certain styles and brands you'll be fine. There is a brand or maker out there that will fit you better than other brands. Find that one and stick with it.
They make new "slim fit" shirts and jeans that you can buy at TJ Maxx/Marshalls/Burlington etc. in various sizes and brands. It's a simple as switching from "Regular" or "Loose" to "Boot Cut". Not rocket science and no tailor required.
Another thing is men will not sacrifice comfort for style. Sorry but this is why they don't make heels for men.”
“How about going to Africa and asking the people what they call themselves in their own native language. Then make a symbiosis of all the different languages to find one word to identify people of African descent (within the past 10,000 years or so) worldwide.”
“Exactly. If they can't prove this is economically viable and actually reduces costs this will fail very quickly. I wanted to see it succeed but the logistics and implementation were not thought out or hashed out well at all.”
“This is not good. I predict a lot of people will just pay the tax penalty and forgo insurance. Got to get the premiums down to $50-100 a month range for anyone earning less than $60-75k to manage. $45k is nothing in some cities. Rent eats up most of your check in NYC. They need to do some big time adjusting or this entire system is going to fail.”
Sandy Beaches on Dec 24, 2013 at 12:33:26
“Not to worry. 0care is predicated on the belief that the youth of this proud nation will rise up in a universal burst of altruism & enroll just so 0care can continue.”
“They would probably all test positive to a degree. This is why in 2013 there should be safety equipment that can detect when a human is not in contact with the console for long periods of time, leading to automated procedures. Of course it would have a manual over-ride button, but if the person is unconscious then it should proceed to safety mode.”
“So the automated function which would slow down the train before the curve was "Too expensive". Guess how expensive these lawsuits are going to be when you are paying for these children who lost their fathers?”
“I'd rather have it be focused on the people who lost their homes during this mess first so they can at least get into an apartment or something. Then whatever is leftover pay the rest of the tax payers.”
anyolname716 on Nov 19, 2013 at 16:23:49
“I feel sorry for the people who lost their homes. But the fact is, that these were high risk loans. Either because of the persons credit, income or financial situation. Many of these people should have never taken these mortgages. The problem come into play that JP packaged these mortgages to investors in a way that was misleading, costing people money. It's more than likley that the people that defaulted on the mortgages would have defaulted regardless of the housing collapse. What made it worse was investors lost faith in these type of investments, causing people with flexible rates(high risk loans) to have payments way above what they planned. Either way, all Americans lost something, not just people with homes, all Americans should get a taste.”