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[ - ] I don't think I can take the tristate area anymore. DH could work in Boston. Will it be a culture shock coming from NYC? I'm not looking forward to the winters there... 10 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 08:01 PM Flag
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Good grief, we live in America. If you can't handle Boston winters, then you are too veal for the entire northeast. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 08:06 PM Flag
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Shultz? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 08:09 PM Flag
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No, just a person who can adapt. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 08:11 PM Flag
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It's cold in Boston. You don't see people flocking there. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 08:12 PM Flag
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No. You suck. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 08:12 PM Flag
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+1. Live in Cambridge or Brookline. Still very much city (and 20-30 min commute) but you can also buy single family home with a yard near public transportation [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 08:10 PM Flag
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They got a TON of snow this past winter! lile 8 feet piled outside their door! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 08:10 PM Flag
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Why is this horrible? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 08:12 PM Flag
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You're a shithead. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 08:10 PM Flag
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You sound incredibly pampered. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 08:12 PM Flag
[ - ] I notice that younger Baby Boomers (those born in 1963 or '64) often object to being called Boomers, even though that's their designation according to just about every demographic study and survey (1945-1964). Eg, Boomer radio host Marc Maron (born '63) specifically derides the label. But why? Why not embrace it, instead of being saddled with the identity of Gen-X, a loser generation that is actually ending up POORER than its own parents? 5 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:42 PM Flag
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I was born in 1963. I'm techically a boomer but at the end of the day, I'm thinking about other stuff (not the generational "big questions"). [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:53 PM Flag
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I'm 62 and consider myself a boomer [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:58 PM Flag
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1962 [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:58 PM Flag
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I'm on the edge of X and Millennial, and I can identify somewhat with both, especially since I have older siblings, but the older I get, the more I identify with Millennial. Maybe it's similar with those on the edges of other generations. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:58 PM Flag
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I am 1967 and solidly Gen X in my head ... I think we got tapped with that in the 80s and MTV [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 08:07 PM Flag
[ - ] Odd question, I know... why did the Annie Lennox song "Little Bird" become so popular with drag queens and a subset of gay men? Apparently it still is, 22 years after its release. 2 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:40 PM Flag
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have you seen the video? listened to the words? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 08:03 PM Flag
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You have no cultural reference. Just accept (or not) and move along. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 08:09 PM Flag
[ - ] In the book suggestion post, there is a person who keeps flipping out every time Clan of the Cave Bear is suggested. What's wrong with Clan of the Cave Bear? Is it a bad book? I remember reading it and loving it. 11 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:36 PM Flag
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I suggested it in the 15 year old reading thread (along with all the other trashy books ... I loved me some trashy reading as a teen). I don't know what's wrong with it. If you leave out the sexy (?) parts where Ayla was raped by her adoptive tribe and then totally got it on with Jondalar, I thought it was fairly interesting reading about prehistoric people and times. Those books are also huge. I have them all still in hardback (Valley of the Horses, etc.) [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:43 PM Flag
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I thought it was good too. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:49 PM Flag
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Loved those books. Really, a 15 yo is supposed to bring little women to the beach? Way to foster a love of reading [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:48 PM Flag
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x2. Clan of the Cave Bear was awesome. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:51 PM Flag
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I did a book review on the thorn birds in 6th grade. My teacher called my parents about it. They thought it was ridiculous- they were just happy to have a kid who devoured 700 page novels. all those 70s era historical fiction sagas (wouk, Michener, Clavell, Uris, etc) fostered such a love of history in me (I majored in history later). Even if they took poetic license, they were so evocative, and helped me appreciate the "real thing" later [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:58 PM Flag
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Uris's historical fiction was great for teens, I agree. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 08:03 PM Flag
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ITA x 10000. Ah, thorn birds :) [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 08:04 PM Flag
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loved clan, valley of horses, mammoth hunters. the others were meh but i've read the first 3 many times. also love outlander series! and yes, i do read quality books too :) [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:54 PM Flag
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I liked that book. Probably not high literature but I like to be entertained. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:57 PM Flag
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Missed book suggestion post but I swear I was thinking about Ub and reading on the way home from grocery store. My 13 year old ds is reading a book a week this summer. On his own. Completely for pleasure. He truly loves reading. Back in the day - I filled (made up) in his reading logs in K/1. I never forced him to read for 20 minutes. I read good books to him. When I posted on here about - you wouldn't believe how many people posted what a disservice I was doing to him. Unveiled mom brag. It's nice when your instincts pan out. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 08:05 PM Flag
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For anyone who liked Clan of the Cave Bear, try Colleen McCullough's Masters of Rome series. It's too dense for teenagers, but for adults who enjoy well-researched historical fiction, it's an amazing series [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 08:06 PM Flag
[ - ] My 3.5 yo has been unbelievably whiny and defiant. We read 1-2-3 magic when she was 2, and it worked great, but now is getting us nowhere. Any tips? we really don't want to spank but I am at my wits end 7 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:23 PM Flag
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You have to learn to ignore it and walk away. Don't give her attention when she's flipping out [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:24 PM Flag
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thanks. I know you're right. I have a little one, too, so I need to send 3 yo to her room when she misbehaves (I can't just walk away if the 1 yo and I are eating lunch or playing in the playroom). So do I just send to her room for every infraction? I know this will mean days of crying but it's like potty training, I guess- just have to put the work in and hopefully she will be trained in a few days. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:30 PM Flag
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I didn't put mine in his room because when he was in that mood he would just be destructive in there, but I would sit him down and literally ignore him, not make eye contact, etc. until he could be "nice." Like put him in the corner, but never anywhere where I couldn't actually still see him. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:45 PM Flag
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Just your basic time-out, but where I could see him. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:46 PM Flag
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Ok. I will probably still do room time out (de isn't destructive and I will lose my shit one of these days if I have to be in the same room listening to her waterworks). But I need to get back to ignoring it and not getting caught up/rewarding dd with attention for bad behavior [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 08:01 PM Flag
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Eh, a little spark won't ruin her life! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 08:02 PM Flag
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I'm ready. Dh not on board (yet) bc his parents were a little too quick with the belt and he resents it. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 08:08 PM Flag
[ - ] According to Zillow, our home is worth $3 million. We bought it for $500k 15 years ago and it is all paid off. My husband I both work from home so we can live anywhere. Both kids are in public and and our HHI is around $175k. Are we crazy to stay in NYC? 7 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:02 PM Flag
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None of the details preceding it necessarily seem connected to the question. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:04 PM Flag
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YES!!! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:08 PM Flag
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The Zillow estimates can be wacko. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:12 PM Flag
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+1000. Do not rely on Zillow for home values. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:15 PM Flag
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Stay in the city and let your home grow in value. When kids go to college, you can downsize. I don't like the idea of having too much cash around, invested in opportunities of higher risk than a paid off home. But again, I'm very conservative and don't like to speculate with my family's financial stability/ [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:13 PM Flag
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That estimate looks right to me . Plenty of places are up 6x [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:24 PM Flag
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Especiallay places that went from very dangerous fifteen years ago to safe today [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:29 PM Flag
[ - ] Well not all millenials think like our mo. http://www.nytimes.com/2015/07/31/upshot/millennial-men-find-work-and-family-hard-to-balance.html?ref=us&_r=0&abt=0002&abg=1 4 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:00 PM Flag
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Given how horrendously backwards US labor laws are (not even paid maternity leave, along with only 2 very poor countries in the world: Papua Guinea and Swaziland), who can blame the young if they go for either work or have a family. It's not as if our gov cares about making sure the 2 are compatible. There's time to work later, once the kids go to college. Or more of those with demanding jobs will opt for not having kids at all. Which is already happening in NYC, we have an ultra-low European-style fertility rate of 1.7 as we speak. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:08 PM Flag
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Why do eye need the govt to do it? Let's all take jobs and work in ways that everyone takes time for both family and work. And let's say sahd is ok. These things are within our power, we don't need more stuff - we want more time with our families as well as a job. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:13 PM Flag
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Having paid maternity leave is the most basic right. And it's not there for the moms, but for the babies. Just gives you an idea of how lacking and horrendous the US Labor Laws are. Yet another sign that USA isn't a democracy, but a corporatocracy. I'm all for the young understanding this and answering with a resounding: f*ck it! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:20 PM Flag
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Oh I'm all for that, but it is only after it is clear that both men and women want to be parents as well as employees will this happen. Many studies have shown that mothers want to return to work but once they have two kids, they stop because the social pressure is almost entirely on them to be the parent. Let's put some of that pressure on the men, and encourage it for those who want to do it. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:26 PM Flag
[ - ] The EVIL, EVIL 1%. Let's take all their money and give it to all those who have never worked a day in their life. That would equalize everything. 8 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 06:57 PM Flag
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Okay. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 06:59 PM Flag
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The evil is the 1% in ASSETS, not in income. The real evil 1% want the middle class to focus on income inequality. When the real issue is ASSET inequality. Shifting taxation from taxing LAND and other non-mobile assets instead of wages and non-discretionary consumption would fix a great deal of it. Along with sky-high inheritance taxes. In 1 or 2 generations asset inequality would become a problem of the past. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 06:59 PM Flag
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While I'm not sure I agree with all of it, definitely think that there needs to be an exception for family farms [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:01 PM Flag
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No tax is more efficient than land taxes. And if there's exception for taxing family farms, there should be exception for taxing wages of those who live in families. "Family farms" is code for: protecting those who inherited millions in land from their parents when in reality, in USA most people don't inherit barely anything. USA is not the place it used to be when that mentality was in place, now farming is highly concentrated, and those posing as "family farms" are at least middle sized. Land ownership is one of the assets in USA that suffer from the highest concentrated ownership. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:05 PM Flag
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In USA 100 years ago, 40% of the population lived in family farms. Now, US land belongs to less than 2% of the US population. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:05 PM Flag
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Most people living in rural US do NOT own any land. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:05 PM Flag
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Did Ted turner ever accomplish his plan to be able to drive from Canada to Mexico on his own land? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 08:00 PM Flag
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*towards, not from [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:01 PM Flag
[ - ] Anytime I ask my DH a question, he has to ask multiple questions before he can respond. Often times these are questions I don't know the answer to off the top of my head. For example, I could say something like "Hey, I see 'xyz' is going on this weekend, do you maybe want to check it out?" He has to ask, where is it, what time does it start, what time does it end, what train do you take to get there, is anyone else we know going etc. etc. He knows this annoys the heck out of me but he does it anyway. Do you think this this a form of passive aggressiveness? Or is he just indecisive? 11 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 06:55 PM Flag
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Lawyer or journalist? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 06:56 PM Flag
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No, although he wanted to be a lawyer at one point. He's a software engineer [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 06:58 PM Flag
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^^ He also does this anytime I ask for advice on something. Always a million questions before answering. Drives me nuts. Sorry vent over! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 06:57 PM Flag
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Sounds like he wants pertinent information before answering. The BASTARD!! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 06:58 PM Flag
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op I get that, but he does this with even the most simplest of things. Or it will be questions I have no way of knowing off the top of my head. My name isn't Google. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:01 PM Flag
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This is him. He was likely always like this. You married him. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:02 PM Flag
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haha [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:03 PM Flag
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he can't answer your "simple" question without more information -- his answer depends on the answer to his questions. try to have more sympathy. next time, show him the article you say on xyz event and THEN ask him if he wants to go. You won't change who he is, but you can change your strategy. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:05 PM Flag
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He wants you to be his secretary. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:19 PM Flag
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Op sometimes I feel that way. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:21 PM Flag
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The only one that would bother me is who else is going. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:22 PM Flag
[ - ] I'm over my husband and want to bail (no kids). I had a phone interview for a job in Malta and I'm using a few vacation days to go over to meet in person. Minimum wage in Malta is €8600/year. This job pays €16300/year plus health insurance, and there is a gym onsite. Rent for a furnished apartment will be €400 plus utilities, and I'll be able to continue my side work and make an extra €200/month that I can put in savings account. Obviously, will not earn enough to move back to NYC and buy anything, but can live nicely in Malta. Should I? 10 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 06:55 PM Flag
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YES!!! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:10 PM Flag
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I would go tomorrow, you might meet someone terrific. BUT, make certain you and DH draw up agreement so he doesn't file divorce papers while you are gone, citing desertion. Malta is wonderful. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:13 PM Flag
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+1 [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:16 PM Flag
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How often do chances like this come along? Malta! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:18 PM Flag
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+1 [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:21 PM Flag
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Always interview [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:27 PM Flag
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Do it. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:28 PM Flag
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+1 and good luck! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:35 PM Flag
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Everyone I know is moving to Malta. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:42 PM Flag
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Should you what? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 08:10 PM Flag
[ - ] Where can I buy silk blouses in fun prints that don't cost a lot? 2 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 06:53 PM Flag
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TJ Maxx/Century 21. Also sometimes at Banana Republic you can find cute blouses in poly that look like silk but are machine washable. I have a few that have lasted for a long time. J Crew has some as well but their quality sucks IMO. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:07 PM Flag
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Loft [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:39 PM Flag
[ - ] Well, shit, some 2nd dumbass hunter just killed Cecil's brother lion Jericho. 13 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 06:53 PM Flag
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The cubs are saved! Hurrah! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 06:55 PM Flag
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No, I'm sure they'll be killed by some accountant by the end of next week [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:03 PM Flag
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lol [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:12 PM Flag
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the brother was protecting the cubs. who is going to protect them now? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:06 PM Flag
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The brother would have killed the cubs to make room for his own. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:12 PM Flag
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I think it was something along the lines of they predicted Jericho might kill the cubs, but for the time being he was looking all good with letting them live. If that was his lion decision, and it lasted, that would have turned into his protecting the cubs. But not that much time had passed. NOW the next young male down the line ... yeah he might still kill those cubs. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:23 PM Flag
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I heard on the radio that Zimbabwe officials are accusing the dentist of having come to hunt to intentionally break the law and strain relations between our two countries. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 06:58 PM Flag
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Isn't Zimbabwe one of the countries where they think you can cure AIDS by having sex with a virgin? I don't think we really want to give a lot of weight to anything they say on the radio there. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:20 PM Flag
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Yes. Sorry, I should have typed that out in a way that made it clear I didn't take it seriously. Kind of a preposterous conclusion, that the guy was some kind of political activist. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:27 PM Flag
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The Minneapolis star tribune online has been interesting reading for a few days. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:11 PM Flag
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It should be legal to shoot hunters if it is legal for hunter to shoot lions. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:43 PM Flag
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There is a curious logic in this. If you're dumb enough to go some of these places for these reasons .... live by the sword, die by the sword [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:47 PM Flag
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Africans are hilariously incompetent at protecting their own wildlife; what else is new? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:45 PM Flag
[ - ] HRRRAAAAAAKKKKK!!!!!!!! 0 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 06:52 PM Flag
[ - ] UB has become Reddit. 5 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 06:50 PM Flag
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It's not even remotely as informative as some parts of reddit, but I see what you mean. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 06:51 PM Flag
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I know, but Reddit is much better designed than UB. UB looks as if it had been designed by a Russian during communism. Barely functional, 0 concern about aesthetics, the search doesn't work yet UB doesn't care to fix it... [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 06:52 PM Flag
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hah [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 06:58 PM Flag
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then stick to reddit [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:48 PM Flag
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Ybm has been called 4chan [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 06:54 PM Flag
[ - ] Suburbs at the market. Going in I see that someone has left their SUV running with the air conditioning on. Ok. Shop for twenty minutes come back out, pass the same car, but now from the other direction I can see a baby in a carseat in the back seat. Did someone leave a BABY in a carseat alone but it was ok because the A/C was running ?? I stop short and stare harder into the car. Surely not. Just then I see that there is actually another child in the car, in the front seat but turned back towards the baby, still a young boy, no more than 10. Right then the dad comes out and says "excuse me, can I help you?" I hesitated a second, then stared at him hard and said, "no." I turned and continued with my cart to my car and he said to my back, "Mind your own business." I didn't look back at him. Ok, it's not me, right? 11 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 06:39 PM Flag
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It's fine. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 06:47 PM Flag
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Jersey? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 06:48 PM Flag
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Yep. I'm still sure anyone else would have done anything different ... who doesn't stop when they see a car with a baby in the backseat and no adult in the driver's seat? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 06:51 PM Flag
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What kind of SUV? How new? Need more info. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 06:51 PM Flag
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I didn't get the make, black SUV ... McCaffreys West Windsor [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 06:55 PM Flag
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I'd have taken pictures of the car, kids, and license plate and posted them everywhere. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 06:57 PM Flag
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I didn't have my phone with me unfortunately, I just walked in with my wallet and keys. I think it was probably only 30 seconds between my noticing the baby and the dad coming back, but there was at LEAST 20 minutes before that, since I saw the car running going in. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:00 PM Flag
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The older kid is close to 10, not a toddler. He probably has a phone to call Dad if anything happens. You were being too intrusive. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:20 PM Flag
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I didn't see the "10 year old" until I looked more closely into the car - that was when the dad showed up, when I was shielding my eyes from the sun and trying to get a better look inside. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 08:08 PM Flag
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I think it's fine to leave 10 year old with baby sibling in car with air on [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:33 PM Flag
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me too, probably even a 8 year old would be fine imo [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:40 PM Flag
[ - ] I find it extremely hard to file papers. I can easily do the ones that already go with other things, but the one offs have no place and I never know what to do. Consequently there are piles and even when I try to go through them I am hopeless. What is everyone doing with one offs? 5 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 06:38 PM Flag
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Broad categories. What kind of misfits do you have? I have an electronics category for guidebooks and warranty. I have a medical folder. Tax folder. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 06:41 PM Flag
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The broad ones I'm find with. The details I'm not. For example: Jewelry appraisals, art descriptions, alarm company and police info, blog writing notes, washer/dryer receipt, etc. Each one is just one or two pieces of paper. Do they get their own file? (Even as I write this I know I sound dumb, but I'm actually stumped.) [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 06:46 PM Flag
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Make a broad file "receipts". How many jewelry appraisals do you have? Maybe that goes in insurance? Or receipts lol? Alarm company could go in services or electronics. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:09 PM Flag
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I put jewelry with insurance. Have a home file or furniture and put the washer receipts in there. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:41 PM Flag
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Jewelry appraisals go with your insurance file as well as your art descriptions, or with your household inventory. alarm company should have it's own file, for invoices, equipment info etc., household receipts and warranties go with your household inventory. Blog notes should probably be by themselves [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.15, 07:59 PM Flag
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