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About Me: Attorney and mediator. Believe rules are there for a reason, and that we would all be better off if we realized we were on the same team. I dislike poor sportsmanship and victim mentalities. Favorite Number: 85

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  • Posted 05/10/2013 10:41:22 EDT

    Meredith-- My deepest sympathies for your loss. I have no other words to express my sorrow.  I am glad that you were able to spend these last years together.  The memories you made and love you shared more »

  • Posted 04/04/2013 06:49:42 EDT

    In response to Dread27's comment: While on the whole I would agree that things change and evolve constantly.  However, a marriage is still a marriage no matter the time frame in my estimation.  You co more »

  • Posted 04/04/2013 06:41:22 EDT

    In response to JeepersCripes9's comment: Very true CB. I do think it most definitely started as a religious 'rite'. Where they came up with that in each cultural religion, who knows. The Mayan marriag more »

  • Posted 04/02/2013 02:51:40 EDT

    First, for the sake of argument, you have to admit that "A marriage today in the US should still have at least something in common with a marriage in 300 BC in Turkey shouldn't it?" may be a faulty as more »

  • Forum Post: Fear...

    Posted 02/23/2012 05:56:31 EST

    well, my response to this one is that it is too simplistic to essentially say that fear--any fear--prevents us from living our lives. If I have abandonment issues, and as a result I never get close to more »

  • Forum Post: Fear...

    Posted 02/23/2012 02:35:56 EST

    I can understand fear based on what might happen being something that can keep you from enjoying life today.  But I still won't jump out of a plane with someone's handkerchief tied to my back. I would more »

  • Forum Post: Fear...

    Posted 02/23/2012 02:26:11 EST

    RT, you listen to yoga stuff on YouTube?
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZUdHX1Bent0&

    more »

  • Posted 02/23/2012 02:18:06 EST

    I think the intersting part of Alf's response--saying "needed"--was that Alf included a working definition of "needed" as it applied to her response--and note that Alf did that only after reading some more »

  • Posted 02/22/2012 07:56:30 EST

    RT:  I agree, there is no right or wrong. Clearly the answers being given on this thread are colored by how one interprets "need".  If you look at my first post, I based my opinion on the understandin more »

  • Posted 02/21/2012 05:55:15 EST

    Actually RT, I think Kar has answered the question. She has made it more than clear, at least to my reading of her responses, that given the sort of "basic existence" definition of "need" you put fort more »

  • Posted 02/21/2012 05:39:24 EST

    I do agree, Kar.  And I think that you have made it clear what your answer to the question is depending on the definition being used for "need". What you define as "need", is what I would call "desire more »

  • Posted 02/21/2012 05:20:08 EST

    I am not certain that there is a truly adequate way to re-shape the question. I was thinking something along the lines of: What would you prefer: to be with someone that wants to be with you or to be more »

  • Posted 02/21/2012 01:29:07 EST

    RT--I think you and Kar are arguing over the meaning of the word "need", more than any point about whether "needing" someone is, on its face, good or bad. Both "need" and "want" carry underlying meani more »

  • Posted 02/02/2012 01:44:23 EST

    I'm sure the answer is right on the tip of your toe..er, uh, I mean tongue. more »

  • Posted 02/02/2012 01:07:08 EST

    In Response to Re: HUMOR: A vision of how this Super Bowl will go down: [QUOTE]Something about the pregnant statue on a bear skin rug "presenting" herself is a bit disturbing. Who would make a statue more »

  • Posted 02/02/2012 01:01:40 EST

    In Response to Re: Help The Pats Outmaneuver The Giants?: [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Help The Pats Outmaneuver The Giants? : I think blitzing will be part of it, but to be frank, blitzing puts a ton of more »

  • Posted 02/02/2012 09:18:12 EST

    Pats trailing 20-17 late 4th quarter.  Brady will lead them downfield, and find Gronkowski (who has sat most of the game due to his ankle) for the go ahead score. This will be Brady's only TD pass of more »

  • Posted 01/23/2012 12:45:54 EST

    Pats will be fine as long as the secondary can figure out how to defend the fade to the left corner of the end zone.  It's the play Eli uses every time. Beat us in the SB, beat us this year during the more »

  • Posted 01/14/2012 12:18:06 EST

    RT--I asked a friend of mine who was raised in Sardinia, and teaches Italian. This was the response I got: Il nome della ricetta e`" Braciole di Patate" ed e` una specialita` della Calabria. Generalme more »

  • Posted 01/13/2012 12:29:14 EST

    Look for a lot of ghost penalties and non-calls to keep this one close. Brady leads a late 4th quarter drive to give the Pats the lead, with time left for a possible Tebow moment. Whether the Pats D h more »

  • Posted 01/13/2012 09:30:00 EST

    I am intrigued by the "I gave money to a person on the team to bring in healthy, but filling, meals" Is this person cooking food for you, or buying it prepared somewhere?  Either way, I would think th more »

  • Forum Post: Ummm.... Huh?

    Posted 01/12/2012 06:48:00 EST

    Sorry, I was hung up on "New Year's Day - January 1, 2013*" being part of the 2012 Holiday Schedule.
    What was your question?
    more »

  • Forum Post: The Jets..lol

    Posted 01/04/2012 07:54:03 EST

    This was obviously Rex's master plan.
    He loves the taste of defeat.
    And now he has it on a grand scale. more »

  • Posted 01/04/2012 07:46:53 EST

    I did not really care for 1-3, but I would point to #6 as the place where Lucas began introducing characters just for the cute factor (ewoks). The only thing I can say that I really found interesting more »

  • Posted 12/23/2011 09:58:26 EST

    <---------------Porky, over there.
    'Nuff said. more »

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