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  • Posted 08/04/2010 12:09:07 EDT

    Coyotes, wolves, bears, etc., will not be stopped by an invisible fence, so it shouldn't give you any measure of security. And, yes, they will come into open areas if they're hungry enough and your an more »

  • Posted 08/04/2010 12:09:05 EDT

    One downside is that dogs can get out if they're motivated enough, especially when they get bigger -- and, since they know what's going to happen when they go back through, they won't. They'll stay ou more »

  • Posted 04/12/2010 08:35:13 EDT

    Honestly? My 7th grade experience was like dumping a giant Gatorade jug of ice water over my head, because I had teachers who graded extremely harshly. It was night and day compared to my previous sch more »

  • Posted 03/05/2010 02:27:06 EST

    Well, a lot of the spread of fecal bacteria happens because of the spray (seen and unseen) from flushing the toilet. In theory, this wouldn't be the case with a potty in the living room. Just to be de more »

  • Forum Post: Clothing Limbo

    Posted 02/25/2010 02:04:11 EST

    Bras for busty gals -- Lane Bryant. Up to H cup in 38+ (DDD is the highest 36 goes). Prices hover around $40 per bra, but there are always sales (right now it's buy one, get one 50% off). I don't know more »

  • Posted 01/08/2010 08:23:47 EST

    The former. :-) I admit though, my history is rusty and mostly picks up in the Gothic era in Western Europe - and I didn't think of the Orthodox Church. You're quite right. P.S. I meant the Church in more »

  • Posted 01/07/2010 02:33:53 EST

    That's a big "if" -- and, at least for me, living according to the Bible is nowhere near the top of my list of reasons to practice the religion. I wouldn't be able to practice in most Protestant churc more »

  • Posted 01/07/2010 11:33:24 EST

    I don't think it's that difficult to understand if you think about the historical context. The Catholic Church was the sole vessel that kept Christianity alive for 1500 years, so it's reasonable to as more »

  • Posted 01/07/2010 11:00:44 EST

    My history is rusty, but my understanding is that the Catholic Church has long been fond of the holy power of objects - relics, etc. These blessed, holy objects were considered absolutely critical for more »

  • Posted 01/05/2010 01:11:28 EST

    http://www.boston.com/community/forums.html?plckForumPage=ForumDiscussion&plckDiscussionId=Cat%3aLifestyleForum%3a9488Discussion%3a2171806&plckFindPostKey=Cat:LifestyleForum:9488Discussion:2171806Post more »

  • Posted 11/20/2009 12:43:19 EST

    It probably wasn't a house arrest bracelet. They wear their mic battery backs on their ankles so they don't show under the dresses. (I thought the same thing too until I saw the mics on another show a more »

  • Forum Post: OT: Finance stuff

    Posted 10/27/2009 10:29:55 EDT

    Amica is the best. My only complaint is that I do not want their life insurance and they're wasting a lot of paper sending me offers for it every couple of months. When my car was brand-spankin' new, more »

  • Posted 10/21/2009 01:02:16 EDT

    If it helps, Arch Wireless is the company that provides pager services to the hospital where I work. I tried googling them and they're connected with a company called USA Mobility. I don't know if the more »

  • Posted 10/08/2009 11:55:29 EDT

    This one's great at this time of year when cider and apples are readily available: 2 - 4 lb pork loin 2 sweet potatoes, chopped into bite-sized pieces 1 apple, chopped 1 -2  cups apple cider (enough t more »

  • Posted 10/05/2009 09:28:56 EDT

    I've had delicious, moist, flavorful chicken at several Indian restaurants. So it can be done. more »

  • Forum Post: Low iron?

    Posted 09/30/2009 10:01:45 EDT

    FYI - spinach actually also contains something that inhibits iron absorption (same thing with eggs). So, while there's lot of iron, not much of it gets absorbed.


    Hope you feel better soon!

    more »

  • Posted 09/29/2009 01:47:48 EDT

    I'll admit to having dodged a line... if it actually happened. It was cold and rainy, outdoor ceremony, indoor reception. As the happy couple were about to recess, the officiant said they were going t more »

  • Forum Post: Low iron?

    Posted 09/21/2009 10:16:47 EDT

    Hi Kaydo - I noticed your post and thought this might help. If you can get to a library, check out this cookbook - http://www.amazon.com/Hemochromatosis-Cookbook-Recipes-Reducing-Absorption/dp/1581826 more »

  • Posted 09/01/2009 11:49:36 EDT

    They started having as many kids as they were blessed with because the mother miscarried a pregnancy at a young age. The physician apparently told her it was because she was taking birth control pills more »

  • Forum Post: Wedding Invites

    Posted 08/31/2009 11:36:58 EDT

    To be devil's advocate, I do see how this could have been a conflicting message: He "thought" he was allowed to bring a guest being how the reply card said, "Number of guests". Not saying he's right, more »

  • Forum Post: OT-Slight Rant

    Posted 08/28/2009 02:12:18 EDT

    Yes. All of them. I'm going to attempt jeans shopping this weekend, in fact, for the first time in ages. Usually the way it goes is that I load up on a range of sizes (usually +/- 2 sizes to what I th more »

  • Posted 08/25/2009 02:22:28 EDT

    She told a highly revisionist story of how they got together (the real story involves being engaged to another man while hooking up at the workplace). It was the only wedding I've ever seen without ge more »

  • Posted 08/25/2009 01:26:53 EDT

    Absurd/crazy - #1 the bride lying in her wedding vows (they wrote their own). #2 (different wedding) The step-brother of the groom not making it through the ceremony because he'd had too much to drink more »

  • Posted 08/12/2009 10:05:15 EDT

    In Response to Re: Wedding Guests' Secret Gripes: [QUOTE]So I just started reading the thread backwards and I have different thoughts on this. Having the wedding you can afford does not require alcoho more »

  • Posted 08/10/2009 04:04:32 EDT

    Cilantro is one of those things that you either love it or hate it. Doesn't really have much of a middle ground. I love it, my sister insists is smells and tastes like soap. I don't have any strong fe more »

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