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[ - ] Parents are pulling their kids from school in Dallas. 20 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:43 PM Flag
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Duh. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:45 PM Flag
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do you know which district? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:46 PM Flag
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Generally I'm not a nut, but I would! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:47 PM Flag
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"Sometimes I feel like a nut, sometimes I don't" [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:50 PM Flag
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Ebola makes me feel like a nut, terrorism don't [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:50 PM Flag
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ILY [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:05 PM Flag
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How many people have died from Ebola in the United States? How many people were killed by terrorists on 9/11? Get your shit together, honey. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 12:17 AM Flag
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That's crazy, the kids have no symptoms and must stay home for 21 days. There is no risk [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:54 PM Flag
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There is risk!! I would not want them anywhere near my kids. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:55 PM Flag
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They won't be there, what is the risk if they aren't around your kids? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:15 PM Flag
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I'm guessing parents think, those children could have given it to a child in school who in turn will give it to their child. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:22 PM Flag
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There is no risk, idiot. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:26 PM Flag
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Odd place, Texas. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:55 PM Flag
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Lol [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:14 PM Flag
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If my kids were attending school with kids who had been in close contact with an Ebola patient and had been at school, yes I would keep them home for a few weeks. And I do not usually freak out. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:58 PM Flag
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People are so stupid. Yet they let their children walk around unvaccinated and other let their children go to school with unvaccinated kids. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:04 PM Flag
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This [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:26 PM Flag
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+++++ [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:45 PM Flag
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When we were in China adopting in May 2003 2 families took their kids out of class with our older daughter who was staying with grandparents. We weren't even BACK with our baby until June! People just "didn't want to take any chances." It was astonishing how people weren't even doing simple math. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:05 PM Flag
[ - ] Dying to get David Yurman cable bracelet ($625 or $825), but can't afford to spend so much money... Where can i buy it at discounted price? any promo codes? I bought one on eBay, but will be sending it back, doesn't look authentic to me... TIA 24 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:43 PM Flag
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therealreal.com [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:43 PM Flag
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+1 [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:49 PM Flag
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OP: just checked, they do not have the one i want, thanks! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:55 PM Flag
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Keep checking each day as they add new sales every few hours. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:00 PM Flag
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OP: great, thanks again [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:02 PM Flag
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Never cared for silver bracelets. Signed Inmate Mom. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:48 PM Flag
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lol. Espeically the cuff style? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:49 PM Flag
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Never put on anything you can't take off by yourself. You know how it is. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:52 PM Flag
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Hee hee [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:27 PM Flag
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Ebay. There are tons from the 80's that people are trying to unload. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:52 PM Flag
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OP: i'm looking to get a new one, not used. The one i purchased on eBay is going back... [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:56 PM Flag
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1999 mom? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:03 PM Flag
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Be nice. She likes it. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:04 PM Flag
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+1, if she's allowed to choose her jewelry, then she can wear what she likes. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:06 PM Flag
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are you ladies not allowed to choose your jewelry?!?! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 12:54 AM Flag
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I think that was IM's post. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 12:35 PM Flag
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Is David yurman 1999 or just that bracelet? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:12 PM Flag
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Both [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:54 PM Flag
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Said the person who can't afford David yurman [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 12:13 AM Flag
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I'm sorry. I don't have any trouble affording David Yurman. It's just a dated look. If you like it that is what matters most! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 12:18 AM Flag
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OP: not sure i get all the sarcasm here... not that i care, enjoy yourself ladies :) here is the one i like with onix: http://www.davidyurman.com/products/women/collections/cable-classics-collection/cable-classics-bracelet-5mm-b03934-ss.html?item=b03934%20ssdpedi [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:27 PM Flag
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OP: ***onyx*** [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:28 PM Flag
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Love it. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 12:12 AM Flag
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NP--I like this piece. Ignore the haters [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 01:14 AM Flag
[ - ] I realize I'm super hormonal at the moment (so refrain from flaming), but just came back from my anatomy scan and found out I'm having another boy. Part of me is absolutely thrilled as this is my third pregnancy and I'm psyched we've been so lucky to have two healthy kids, the other part of me is slightly let down and feeling overwhelmed about trying to get excited over having another boy-- picking a boy name, buying boy clothes, etc. because I found it so difficult. Can anyone relate? 13 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:41 PM Flag
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Sorry. Hugs. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:42 PM Flag
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Feelings are never wrong. Hang in there [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:43 PM Flag
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A close friend went through this. She really wanted a girl. She spent a couple of days crying a lot and was off for a lot of the rest of her pregnancy. Now boy #3 is 7 and he is a doll. Df loves him to buts and cannot imagine life without him. Even though the sec is the same, kids are so different and you will have a blast raising 3 unique boys [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:49 PM Flag
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I understand, don't beat yourself up. I had my anatomy scan yesterday, they could not determine the sex, my fingers are crossed for a girl! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:59 PM Flag
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I sobbed after finding out my second would be a boy, and hadn't even felt strongly about it beforehand. Such complicated feelings, as you well know. Now that he's here and life is wonderful, the only lingering sadness is knowing I'll never have the mother-daughter relationship I have as an adult with my mom. But like everyone says, that might not have happened anyway. Plus I see plenty of really close mom-son relationships and adore my MIL so have lots of things to look forward to. I probably spend way too much money on girl clothes for friends/family but strangely it helps :) [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:10 PM Flag
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My cousin has three boys. I went to one of her boys' weddings last weekend and she cried with joy over finally getting her daughter! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:14 PM Flag
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to be honest that why I'm waiting to find out until delivery. I figured there is no way to be disappointed when they are handing you a baby. But telling me now that I was having a boy would put me in a big funk. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:15 PM Flag
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When I was a kid, the next for neighbor had nine boys and finally gave up on a girl! The family down the street had six boys! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:18 PM Flag
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I'm 44, 1DD, tried for a second for many years, many doctors, many dollars. I'm sorry you're having a bad day, but believe you are lucky and this feeling will pass when you hold your baby in your arms. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:52 PM Flag
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I cried when I found out I was having another girl. But she turned out to be the dream baby of all dream babies. Always happy, slept 10 hrs a night at 1 month. Still so sweet. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 12:21 AM Flag
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Yes, in the abstract it is normal to feel sad, but once you meet your little lovebug it will be better. Hang in there. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 12:30 AM Flag
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I have one dd and would be thrilled with another healthy baby of any gender at this point. Still hoping and trying. I think the feelings you have are normal though. For perspective, my SIL has 3 dds, and I think that is probably harder than 3 ds's! At least in 10 years when she has 3 female teens! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 01:19 AM Flag
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Mom of 2 boys here. I'm pregnant w my third - due next week. I specifically didn't find out bc I feared feeling this way. I KNOW that once I see the baby I won't care so I decided to just wait. And, fwiw, I'm fully 100% expecting this to be a boy. I have all the boy baby clothes cleaned and hanging in the closet. My 2 boys really want a baby brother and are horrified by the possibility that it could be a girl. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 01:30 AM Flag
[ - ] So, the other family's kids were attending this school, and the nanny was doing pickup. The Krims move to the neighborhood and expect them to change everything? Why not pick a different neighborhood that this nanny doesn't work in? What happened is tragic, but it's a public school, and you can't demand that another family alter their life / pickup time. You can request it, but have the reasonable expectation that they may not. I would despise the nanny if I were her too, but it doesn't change the law. Personally, I would never have the nanny still watching my kids, but I can't control the personal choices that others make. 10 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:39 PM Flag
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attention whore [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:41 PM Flag
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I think this topic is done with. It's sad on all sides and it would have been better if it never made the NY Post. Unfortunately, the editors at that "newspaper" thought they were being clever to print it and it has just made everything worse. A dispute between two mothers is not news, even if one suffered a terrible tragedy. I hope the NY Post is ashamed of itself for making things worse for everyone. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:43 PM Flag
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The Krims and/or their friends handed over the e-mails. Don't blame the Post. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:06 PM Flag
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of course I blame the post. They chose to print the story! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:25 PM Flag
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+ over & out. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:06 PM Flag
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The Post has never ever been ashamed. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 01:52 AM Flag
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ITA. It was a mistake for the krims to take it public. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:34 PM Flag
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The other family tried to accommodate, but it's impossible to expect never to run into her. They need to move. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:35 PM Flag
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The article I read said the Krims moved to Tribeca in 2013. They did not *just*move to the neighborhood. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:54 PM Flag
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They moved after the Vasquez family. No question. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 01:52 AM Flag
[ - ] i don't understand. they are claiming this jesse matthew dude is a serial killer even though he is plain black as the night. we all know that only white men are serial killers. if you randomly meet up with a black man and get into his car, we all know he is just going to flirt, talk about his mother and his baby mama, the church, etc. he would never actually try to rape you or, gasp, murder you. what are the police thinking? don't they know he is BLACK!?! 8 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:37 PM Flag
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you need to get laid, op. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:43 PM Flag
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i tried by hitching a ride with a black dude but he would only flirt, blabbed about his mother and baby mama, the church, family barbecues, what have you. no luck getting laid what so ever. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:45 PM Flag
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Go away you gasper. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:47 PM Flag
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aren't you perplexed how the police can claim he's a serial killer. just a couple of weeks ago, ub unanimously and irrefutably proved that black men cannot be serial killers. that's an exclusive white man domain. don't they know?!? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:49 PM Flag
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You posted MANY times before and you are inaccurate. You are black and are scared. We get it. MEN are serial killers. Rare for a woman to be a serial killer regardless of some stupid MONSTER movie you watched. And this asshole regardless of race is most likely a serial killer. And in a proportional way (ie., percentage of black men in the world) more black men kill than white men. Calm down. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:14 PM Flag
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Many women kill their own children, often several children. This may not fit your definition but it is a variation of the same thing. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:55 PM Flag
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The number of children killed by their mothers is DWARFED by the number of men who kill their wives or girlfriends for example. AND the number of men who kill their children and/or another man's children. Get over yourself. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 12:18 AM Flag
[ - ] How can a woman who works pt and doesn't have kids be all THAT busy? 4 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:35 PM Flag
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That's me and I am totally not busy. Usually bored out of my mind. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:35 PM Flag
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I am not busy, just avoiding you [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:39 PM Flag
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Depends on what else they do. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:06 PM Flag
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Depends on how much outsourcing and dh help and wht counts as pt hours [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 12:06 AM Flag
[ - ] I work from home with new baby and want to get out of my ratty old sweats and upgrade to comfortable casual clothes. Any ideas on where I should shop, fashion moms? 26 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:27 PM Flag
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I will never give up my tights and hoodies! (And congrats on the new arrival). [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:30 PM Flag
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Thank you! Maybe that's what I'm doing wrong. My lounge pants are all of the loose fitting variety. I'll look into leggings. Any favorites? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:31 PM Flag
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LOL, I'm still wearing Adidas athletic tights, so I'm probably not the one to ask. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:57 PM Flag
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QVC [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:34 PM Flag
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Nordstroms is very easy for returns and they have a wide range from moderately priced to high end. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:36 PM Flag
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I just felt so much better when I was in real, non-maternity pants. Go buy some khakis that are a size up (if you're still carrying some extra). [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:36 PM Flag
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Pull on skirts (elastic waste, made of thick T-shirty material), tights (I am in LA, so dont need tights), comfy flats (I do clogs in LA, lol), colored scoop-neck T. Cute cardigan for chilly weather. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:38 PM Flag
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waist [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:14 PM Flag
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Thicker leggings, long t, long cardigan. Throw on boots and a scarf and it is totally presentable. Same with a tunic sweater. Most places should have stuff like this, depends on budget - target for low end on up to Vince for more $$ sweaters. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:40 PM Flag
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I'm sorry but this is not presentable. It is a tiny step up from wearing you nightgown in public. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:53 PM Flag
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^^^your [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:54 PM Flag
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NP - why not? Sounds very nice. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:54 PM Flag
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ITA. I'm not sure when people decided it was ok to continue dressing like you are a toddler or pregnant and thinking adding a scarf makes it any better. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:56 PM Flag
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+ the scarf and boots make it worse not better. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:00 PM Flag
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Op To the ladies who hate leggings/tunic, what is presentable, comfortable and easy in your view? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:27 PM Flag
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Pants [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:54 PM Flag
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Pants [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:55 PM Flag
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tailored chinos, perhaps? You have got to be joking. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 12:01 AM Flag
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Op Be more specific. I need something that doesn't need to be ironed. Help! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 12:11 AM Flag
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At this time of year maybe cords or jeans, straight leg. Find ones with 1 or 2% spandex or Lycra for comfort. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 12:21 AM Flag
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Thank you [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 12:25 AM Flag
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At this time of year maybe cords or jeans, straight leg. Find ones with 1 or 2% spandex or Lycra for comfort. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 12:21 AM Flag
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OR - curious, no leggings ever? If you are home most of the day jeans get uncomfortable, if you wear thick leggings and a long sweater/tunic with your butt covered that is not like wearing a nightgown. DOn't you ever wear clothes at home that are comfortable and can be worn out without changing? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:18 PM Flag
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np - I do. To be honest, I don't like plain black leggings - I have charcoal gray and a thick, textured pair that I think look nice. I love cardigans also - Anthropologie has many that are casual but stylish and really pull together an outfit well. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:30 PM Flag
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Nothing wrong with wearing this around the house or if you are sick and just running to the pharmacy etc. However, these aren't clothes, they are pajamas and throwing a baggy top on it just looks sloppy. Trying to dress it up with accessories makes it even worse. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:57 PM Flag
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Personal shopper at Bloomingdales or try Stitch Fix. With a new baby and a job, who has time to shop. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:55 PM Flag
[ - ] I need success stories! We have been looking to move for more 10 months, have been out bid 3 times and I feel like my life is on hold until it happens. Anyone have success in the last year buying a place? How long did it take you? 10 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:24 PM Flag
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This was us for 2 years. Persistence. Also don't be afraid to Reno. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:28 PM Flag
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We have been looking and bidding on places that need rennovating, still no luck. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:42 PM Flag
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I've never lost a bidding war. I don't understand what are you doing? Going waaaay under value and hopping for a miracle? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:38 PM Flag
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We were the highest bidder for one place and tied for another, they went to all cash buyers. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:41 PM Flag
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You haven't lost a bidding war in today's market? Where do you live? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:43 PM Flag
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Where are you looking to move to? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:41 PM Flag
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We are looking in SF and have been looking in about 8 different neighborhoods. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:49 PM Flag
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Took us more than a year in LA area. Particular small city (pop 30,000). OUtbid several times. The house we did get we were one of three full-price bids, and owner asked each bidder to write a letter why they want the house. Sellers were moving across the street. I write an awesome essay! :) [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:55 PM Flag
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Thanks and congrats! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:58 PM Flag
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What'd you say? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 12:34 AM Flag
[ - ] Makeup Mom here: Can I post some tips on things I've learned? I learned something new today! If you have sensitive eyes, think about maybe steering clear of purple or blue eye makeup. I have an allergy to purple eye makeup (my eyes get red, burn, and itch) and after using navy eyeshadow today to 'switch things up', I now have burning, itchy eyes. Aways learning something new! 22 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
New York City 10.01.14, 10:18 PM Flag
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Any thoughts on Trish McEvoy products? I'm loving the red lip tricks you posted with MUFE 46! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:21 PM Flag
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MUM: Not well versed on a lot of her stuff, but I have some friends that like her line. I would probably recommend another line in whatever product, but probably because I use and like another line. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:24 PM Flag
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MUM: And I'm glad you liked #46. I wore it today :) One of my faves. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:26 PM Flag
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what is your favorite dewy foundation? I usually use chanel vitalumier. and should older women (later 40s, look younger) really not wear gloss? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:38 PM Flag
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MUM: Armani Maestro foundation. You can mix it with a little Amrani Fluis Sheer #2 too for a little more sheen. I don't think older women shouldn't wear gloss at all! gloss is nice, so long as it isn't frosty pink with sparkles! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:54 PM Flag
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Did you tell us about the Trish McEvoy upside down triangle shape for concealer application? Loved it and makes such a difference! Thank you :) Any other tips like that? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:48 PM Flag
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MUM: Don't think it was me that said that, but it is true. Didn't learn it from Trish though. Concealer should look like this before it it blended: http://www.erinnsbeauty.com/2014/03/conceal-dark-circles-under-eye-bags.html [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:52 PM Flag
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Thank you so much! What are your best tips for making sure you don't accentuate fine lines/crows feet when you put on make-up? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:56 PM Flag
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MUM: Use a damp sponge (Beauty Blenders are great) to apply foundation, use it sparingly, and spray with a setting spray instead of using a lot of powder. Make Up For Ever makes a great setting spray called mist & fix. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:58 PM Flag
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Thanks! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:59 PM Flag
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Np: That was me!! So glad to hear you like it! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:33 PM Flag
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Thanks! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:58 PM Flag
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Any tips for fading hyperpigmentation from healing acne blemishes? I use a retinol so my skin is super sensitive and I cannot tolerate hydroquinone. BTW, your posts are great. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:51 PM Flag
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MUM: Thanks, I enjoy these posts too! If blogging wasn't so darn popular, I would totally do it as a way to chat makeup more often, but I think blogging is annoying at this point. Lasers can REALLY help with hyper pigmentation. I have also seen the Clinic spot corrector work (the full face cream), but it depends on how much pigmentation you have. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:56 PM Flag
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Makeup Mom, can I marry you?! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:57 PM Flag
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MUM: hahah. Sorry, my husband would probably object :) Let's 'just be friends' lol. Thanks for the love! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:59 PM Flag
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I've stopped dying my hair and it has finally grown out. Salt and pepper with silver in the front. I know I need to rethink my make-up, now that I no longer a brunette. I am a minimalist, 5 minutes and done gal. And recommendations? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:34 PM Flag
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MUM: Tinted moisturizer, cream blush, mascara, lip gloss or lipstick. World of a difference! GL and let me know if you'd like recommendations! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 02:55 AM Flag
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Have you ever used Mary Kay products? My friend's mom sells it and loves it, I'm thinking about buying some things from her. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 01:31 AM Flag
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MUM: My mother has sold mary kay for decades (this is my first experience with makeup)… IMO most of it is complete crap. Don't waste your money, I like a lot of drugstore brand stuff more. What are you thinking of trying? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 02:54 AM Flag
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I need a good eye liner. The only thing I've bought so far from MK was mascara and I love it! I tried to go back to my old brand and it looked horrible. I also need something for forehead wrinkles (that's more skin product related but would happily take any suggestions!) [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 03:03 AM Flag
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Do you have any recommendations for a long-wearing powder? I love my Chanel Double Perfection powder foundation, but I have oily skin and my face is shiny by mid-day. Should I look for another powder, or just use something to blot the oil and keep re-applying? Thanks for any advice! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 03:00 AM Flag
[ - ] Money Moms: I am 33 with only about $2500 saved toward retirement. I am single mom to three small children and my husband left me with tremendous debt, which I've just climbed out of after 5 years of frugal living. At 35, I will inherit after taxes about $200k. How should I best invest this toward retirement and what approximately would 200k invested at 35 yield at 65 or 70? 32 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:14 PM Flag
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Have you contributed to a 401k? I assume now that you are out of debt you will be able to save more. I don't have advice on investing, I'd see an independent money manager but good luck! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:17 PM Flag
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OP: I had, but unfortunately had to use it. Now I am trying to think how to triage things for myself so I'm not living off social security. Although, next year I will be returning to a full time job and plan on working til I'm 70, even if it is at McDonalds, just to be ok. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:20 PM Flag
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You should be okay with the added $200k and contributing to a 401k for the next 30 years. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:26 PM Flag
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Do you own a home? Do you have 401K at work? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:21 PM Flag
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I own a home worth about 700k. I have only 2500 in my 401k. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:24 PM Flag
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I understand but do you have an employer who provides you with a 401K option and match? How much is the mortgage on the home that is worth 700K? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:24 PM Flag
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^^Also, what is your HHI? Are you eligible for ROTH IRA? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:29 PM Flag
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Right now, no match, I am earning about 50k a year and barely making ends meet. There is no mortgage on the house. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:39 PM Flag
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I would put 200K into a low fee index fund and would shift maximum I could into ROTH IRA every year until you move it all there. Contribute to 401K when the option is available to you up to the employer match. You are in grate financial shape given your income, your age and 3 kids. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:43 PM Flag
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OP: Thank you for this advice and your kind words. I am scared about my future after my husband stole so much from me. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:48 PM Flag
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You have time to recover, and you already know how to live frugally. And you're smart to gather as much information and advice as possible. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 12:07 AM Flag
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OP: Fingers crossed! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 01:16 AM Flag
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and that you have no mortgage on that house [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 12:38 AM Flag
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First thing is to make use of any 401k, 403b, IRA vehicles available to you. Now that you've paid off debt, funnel the savings into maxing out any tax-deferred retirement option. Depending on where you work there may be a "make-up" provision if you have not previously been able to put money toward retirement. In the next 2 years, start doing some research. Lots of good online resources at Vanguard and Fidelity. In your case, I would probably go with no-load index funds. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:27 PM Flag
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OP: Thanks for this advice. I am trying to learn as much as I can. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:49 PM Flag
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The Wealthy Barber is a very easy read. I also like one of Elizabeth Warren's early personal finance books about savings [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 12:40 AM Flag
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OP: I will order these on Amazon tonight. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 12:47 AM Flag
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Use the Rule of 72. Money that earns 6% will double in 12 years (72/6). If you earn 8%, it doubles in 9 years (72/8). Max out your 401k/403b plan, with at the minimum putting in what your employer will match. Just remember that saving for retirement is a marathon, not a sprint. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:38 PM Flag
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OP: This is a great tip, thank you. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:48 PM Flag
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You may already know this, but it is important to focus on saving for retirement before you save for college. I assume that your 3 children are close in age? Multiple kids in college at the same time means more financial aid. Also, retirement savings are not considered when your expected contribution is calculated. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:01 PM Flag
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OP: Yes, when I read this about a year ago, I was so relieved! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:08 PM Flag
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When it's time, go to College Confidential, the parents' forum, and ask for help with a plan. Posters there are very knowledgeable about financial aid and merit scholarships. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 12:06 AM Flag
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How do you know you are going to inherit $200k in two years? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 12:48 AM Flag
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OP: My aunt told me. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 12:56 AM Flag
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Is she planning on killing herself? That's pretty creepy. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 01:02 AM Flag
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OP: No. It was always planned from a family member who has passed, but it was held to protect it from my husband getting his hands on it. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 01:11 AM Flag
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Oh okay, sorry to be nosy, it just seemed rather odd. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 01:13 AM Flag
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Isn't a huge amount of inherited money not taxable? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 01:52 AM Flag
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OP: After taxes, I will have just over 200k [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 02:34 AM Flag
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OP: After taxes, I will have just over 200k [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 02:34 AM Flag
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Just to be clear, in general money you inherit is not subject to income tax. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 03:31 AM Flag
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OP: I know but there are other taxes [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 03:41 AM Flag
[ - ] Just how easy is it to be infected with Ebola? 7 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:08 PM Flag
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Have sex with an Ebola patient and find out. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:11 PM Flag
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Have you been under a rock? No offense, but it's all over the place. Google. It's mostly contact with bodily fluids after the patient is symptomatic. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:13 PM Flag
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I think fairly easy if you are in very close contact when they are sick. But I assume (hope) it is not just casual contact given that it doesn't seem to have shut down entire cities. I think the fear is that it evolves into an airborne disease. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:20 PM Flag
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I actually read something today that says it would be even worse if it evolves into something less immediately lethal … like HIV … essentially permitting people to be contagious for longer periods without showing any symptoms. It is a bonus that ebola burns so quickly through its host because once symptomatic you are unlikely to feel like being out and partying or socializing or having sex. You're curled up in bed. The problem comes when someone nurses you or shares your living quarters. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:24 PM Flag
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No it is not fairly easy. You have to be exposed to bodily fluids such as urine, saliva, feces, vomit, and semen through a mucous membrane. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:30 PM Flag
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OR: yes, that's what I meant by very close contact. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:47 PM Flag
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That happens when you shake a hand and then rub an eye. Just saying. People touch their faces all the time. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:01 PM Flag
[ - ] My DD is in K in a private school. She gets 60-90 mins of homework per night. A different reading book every 2 days, flash cards to read and learn to spell phonetically, a handwriting sheet to complete and 1-2 art projects per week. We have had evenings where we are still doing homework at 6pm... it feels like too much for a kindergartener! It is also not what the school alluded to when we applied. We were under the impression it was progressive in pre K and K, with academics becoming the focus as they got older! How much hw do your kids have in K? 15 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:06 PM Flag
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whaaaaattttt? That's absurd. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:07 PM Flag
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Wow. That's intense. DD in public, when she was in K, it was about 30 min homework - worksheets that involved coloring, tracing letters, parents reading to kids (reading log to fill out). There were 2 major art projects the whole year. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:09 PM Flag
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public K was a small book a day and a packet for the week which was optional. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:14 PM Flag
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Stratford based? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:18 PM Flag
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I'd tell the teacher your child will not be doing more than 30 mins of homework a day (not including reading time) [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:19 PM Flag
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TOO MUCH!!!!! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:21 PM Flag
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We had no homework in K. Excellent gen-ed. I would bail on that school. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:43 PM Flag
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Is this school in NYC? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:50 PM Flag
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Terrible school. No decent private does this in k. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:51 PM Flag
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I hate homework!- I see so little of my first grader as it is and out time is spent stressing over homework. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:52 PM Flag
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My dd in public K has about 10 minutes of homework 2 - 3 times a week. Today she had to print her name 5 times. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:53 PM Flag
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That's insane. Talk to the teacher and if response is not satisfactory, go to head of school. Better to know now if this school is going to be a soul-sucking homework factory for you and your DC! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:04 PM Flag
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Speyer? Has to be. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:32 PM Flag
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Sounds like a lot, but I've seen the homework packet for K at SA and it's absolutely insane. My DD is in public K and she gets a weekly packet and a typical night is reading, which you then have to log, practice writing letters, a math sheet, reading the weekly poem and circling certain words and sounds [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 03:13 AM Flag
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The only homework a k kid should have is reading. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 05:25 AM Flag
[ - ] Thoughts on the name Harvey? 14 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:01 PM Flag
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What kind of thoughts are you looking for? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:13 PM Flag
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nerdy. No. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:20 PM Flag
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Reminds me of Sabrina the Teenage Witch (not a bad thing, and definitely not an important cultural reference that you have to worry about many people being reminded of). [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:20 PM Flag
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none [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:20 PM Flag
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Tall, white rabbit. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:21 PM Flag
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I know a ridiculously hot young guy named Harvey. A british footballer. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:24 PM Flag
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That guy from TMZ. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:24 PM Flag
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No. No. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:32 PM Flag
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Detective Lacey's husband. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:32 PM Flag
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I like it, very Jewish. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:51 PM Flag
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No [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:01 PM Flag
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Giant rabbit [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:01 PM Flag
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Don't like Harvey, but live Harold abd Hal. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:06 PM Flag
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I actually love it. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 01:56 AM Flag
[ - ] I'm training for a half marathon and my boobs have disappeared. I eat everything in sight so I am maintaining my weight but bye bye boobs. They won't come back until I quit running I presume? 7 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 09:57 PM Flag
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VBA [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 09:59 PM Flag
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OP--yeah I'm sure everyone is jealous of my 34As [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:00 PM Flag
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lol [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:12 PM Flag
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haha [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:21 PM Flag
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Maybe they've gone on strike in protest! Are you running on your hands?? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:00 PM Flag
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You have lost fat even though you might weigh the same. You have gained muscle which weighs more than fat. So you think you have the same body composition. But you don't. Boobs are in general mostly fat. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:21 PM Flag
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WHich makes it ironic that they are so valued. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 12:35 AM Flag
[ - ] Do you get paid for being on the board of directors for a non-profit? Is it a full time commitment? 6 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 09:57 PM Flag
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No and usually not. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 09:58 PM Flag
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No (maybe out of pocket expenses and very nominal fee) and not remotely. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 09:58 PM Flag
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Sometimes if it's a money no object backed by billionaire kind of place (Save the Chimps - Stryker pharmaceuticals cash) [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:09 PM Flag
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no and no. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:19 PM Flag
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You typically are expected to pay them. It's waaaay short of a full-time commitment. I think you're confusing board members with the staff. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:42 PM Flag
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Costs you money, so find a a use you believe in. My board chair probably spends 15 hours a week. Other board members average 5. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 01:58 AM Flag
[ - ] I was fired for speaking out!!! 8 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 09:57 PM Flag
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That happened to me many times. Started my business [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 09:59 PM Flag
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Don't take it personally. It's just business management. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:03 PM Flag
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Details? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:13 PM Flag
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What does "speaking out" mean in this context? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:15 PM Flag
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If you told your boss he's an asshole, you won't get much sympathy for speaking out. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:38 PM Flag
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What did you speak about? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:36 PM Flag
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That was probably just an excuse and they wanted to give your job to the son of a very good friend. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:49 PM Flag
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Umm, project much? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:55 PM Flag
[ - ] Please raise your hand if you have ever pressured a guy into sex. And by pressure I mean got liquor involved, cornered them in your room, threw yourself on them after they repeatedly said no. I don't find sex with an reluctant party in anyway sexy or remotely a turn-on. How hard is it to make the basic starting point of a sexual liaison be that BOTH parties equally want to participate. 25 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 09:54 PM Flag
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You don't have testosterone, the source of violence and dominant behaviors. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:00 PM Flag
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And most successful ones. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:26 PM Flag
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Yes. And the most fucked up murderers and rapists. Jesus. Move on lady. Too much testosterone causes a world of pain. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:22 PM Flag
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Yes. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:22 PM Flag
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i've never done anything as pre-meditated as you explain here. but when i was younger, probably once or twice i would give a guy a bj if he seemed sort of sullen and withdrawn with me. and i didn't have enough self esteem to know if he was genuinely not interested, or shy, or just a moody person in a bad mood. i thought the bj would make them happier and make them like me more. is that the same think as pressuring them into a bj they wouldn't have wanted? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:02 PM Flag
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OP: I think yes, if they pushed you away and you kept coming for them. No, if you offered them a bj as a solution to change their mood and they said yes. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:22 PM Flag
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Ugh. Feel sorry for you!!! In my generation women didn't do fucked up shit like that. Debasing yourself. Ugh. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:23 PM Flag
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My husband's coworker pressured him into sex, in almost the same way you described, so yes it can happen. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:06 PM Flag
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lol, that is what he tells you.. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:10 PM Flag
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People make bad decisions and I do think there are women who pressure men into sex. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:26 PM Flag
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funniest thing I've read all day.. sorry hun [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:14 PM Flag
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i don't think many guys need much incentive to have sex - if a girl offers it up, that's about all they need if the girl is even remotely attractive and a little booze goes a long way if not. i've known girls to show up in guys' beds naked. the fact is, that most guys do not CARE if the next day they never hear from the girl again and their peers don't give them a hard time for it. in fact, if a naked girls shows up in their bed and offers it up and other guys know about it, many guys DO feel pressured to have sex since peers would give them a hard time for passing it up - social norms and all. girls feel pressured or get coerced because they DON'T want to have sex with every guy who approaches them and certianly not 10 minutes after they met them! but sometimes they DO want to, but even then there are again social norms that make this far less acceptable - people who will look down on them for such behavior. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:13 PM Flag
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OP: I agree that we have double standards for men and women's behaviors. However the sexual climate is changing. There are PLENTY of girls who willing have a one night stand without booze, pressure or feeling bad. Men certainly don't have to pressure girls in order to get laid. Scummy, gross men pressure women to have sex. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:25 PM Flag
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A very close guy friend of mine used to do all of those things to girls. He actually is a good and kind man but he genuinely believed that this was an act that nice girls felt they had to do. I had to actually sit him down and explain that that was bs and died decades ago and then get some of our mutual guy friends to drive the point home to him. He was absolutely horrified when he realized that all of those girls had been saying no and meaning it. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:18 PM Flag
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OP: Good for you. I had to explain to some co-workers that piling girls with booze to get them to sleep with you made them scummy. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:23 PM Flag
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Wow. I am educating my daughters about ALL this shit. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:26 PM Flag
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Stop with the "good and kind man" shit. He was and is a dick. Just saying. It's just because he is your friend and you think he's attractive. If he were BUTT UGLY you would think differently. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:25 PM Flag
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Actually I do find him very unattractive but he is a good and kind man. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 12:00 AM Flag
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No but I have pathetically thrown myself at a boy who didn't like me at all telling him I'd have sex with him even if he didn't like me back. That was a low point for me. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:25 PM Flag
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Why? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:26 PM Flag
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I've tried to forestall a guy breaking up with me by desperately seducing him. Didn't work. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:26 PM Flag
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Blah. Sorry. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:26 PM Flag
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When I was about 25, I got drunk and started rubbing my breasts against the arm of my best friend's BF when she was in another room. Fortunately, he was too timid to respond and I avoided doing something really stupid. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:52 PM Flag
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Because men are assholes. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:22 PM Flag
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What guy says no to sex? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:53 PM Flag
[ - ] Could you imagine living in Dallas and potentially sending your own kids into an ebola school? Awful. Is it time to just nuke Africa and end this disease at its source? 6 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
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Do you understand how big Africa is, you idiot! Here learn something today... http://www.informationisbeautiful.net/2010/the-true-size-of-africa/ [ Reply | More ]
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Obviously not all of Africa. The ebola zone would be nuked. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:21 PM Flag
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Cool, then the ebola virus would spread into the atmosphere and sprinkle down on the other continents. Great idea! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:25 PM Flag
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And you don't think other diseases will pop up, originating from other places? You don't sound as if you have good problem solving skills. Nuke? Really bad karma and thoughtless thing to say. [ Reply | More ]
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Would you spare the while S. Africans and only nuke the natives? Just wondering. [ Reply | More ]
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zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:27 PM Flag
[ - ] Whatever happened to the blog I Saw Your Nanny? Did it move or did the author just stop updating? 2 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 09:51 PM Flag
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She was committed to a psychiatric hospital or killed herself. Only a stupid, insane person would post that shit. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 09:56 PM Flag
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All the this. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:17 PM Flag
[ - ] Anyone remember how this site tried to blame the krims for what happened? gawker.com/5955273/how-to-not-hire-a-killer-nanny-the-collective-guide-from-rich-parents-website-urbanbaby 19 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
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Op yes I know people are different every day. But I find it interesting the difference in tone now. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 09:51 PM Flag
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It's terrible what happened to them, of course. But they are handling this situation badly. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 09:55 PM Flag
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agree. and they have relatives who work in the media. i'm surprised they weren't advised by them to handle it differently. [ Reply | More ]
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What are they doing. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:20 PM Flag
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Whatever. I've said my piece. Nanny's sister watched her literally bang her head against a wall for an hour and then happily sent her off to her nanny gig, 3 days later poof..brutal baby murders. Her sister totally has blame here and the Vazquez family complicit for continuing her employment. The lot of them disgust me. The 234 school community should be very nervous. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:15 PM Flag
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You seem to be having a psychotic break yourself. How can we contact your husband or employer? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:20 PM Flag
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So saying something you don't like is a psychotic break? Gotcha. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:27 PM Flag
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Saying the same thing over and over again for days, in an increasingly deranged and hostile tone, would meet the definition for most. Do you have children? I fear for their safety. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:31 PM Flag
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I'm not the only poster genius. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:32 PM Flag
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Maybe you're Henley behind all the psycho pro Vazquez posts. How's your children's safety? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:37 PM Flag
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Yes. She's nuts. She thinks threats will make her kids safe. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:28 PM Flag
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Bottom line pre-trial documents clearly show her family witnessed many many severe incidents the Krims did not. They chose to keep silent knowing she had a job watching children. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 10:30 PM Flag
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You are the one who posted before about how the sister should be nervous. You are so obvious. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:27 PM Flag
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You make no sense. Why would I say that? I think the 234 parents should be nervous. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:29 PM Flag
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And yet, they are not. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:38 PM Flag
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Why? Because Marina Krim appears a bit unhinged? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.01.14, 11:48 PM Flag
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For God's sake, she does not seem unhinged. Henley, put away the bottle and go to sleep early tonight. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 12:44 AM Flag
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That email she sent to all of the parents in her child's class was just weird. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 12:56 AM Flag
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Yup. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.02.14, 02:01 AM Flag
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