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  • Comment on: A modest proposal - Miss Conduct - Boston.com

    Posted 08/20/2013 10:39:44 EDT

    Dressing appropriately shows one's awareness of people, place, and circumstances. Those that show up dressed inappropriately send messages that perhaps they don't really want to send or maybe they do more »

  • Comment on: A modest proposal - Miss Conduct - Boston.com

    Posted 08/20/2013 10:37:33 EDT

    Or Buffett could just be really cheap and it's just about control of limited resources.

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  • Comment on: A modest proposal - Miss Conduct - Boston.com

    Posted 08/20/2013 10:36:44 EDT

    How do you know how God would like you to dress? Isn't it a little presumptuous to try to presume how God would like you to dress? I think dressly modestly means to dress conservatively.

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  • Comment on: He's been texting his ex

    Posted 08/19/2013 10:17:20 EDT

    LW - As someone who has been on cheated on at least once, there are major signs that something is wrong in a relationship. You don't need to snoop and play detective. If he is not treating you well an more »

  • Comment on: He's been texting his ex

    Posted 08/19/2013 10:15:02 EDT

    LW - Put this situation in reverse. Your boyfriend was snooping on you and discovered that you were talking with an ex over text. How do you react and handle it? What do you want to know? Do you trust more »

  • Comment on: Warrants: Mother, boy tortured before friend fled - News Nation - Boston.com

    Posted 08/14/2013 09:19:55 EDT

    If anything, I take from this experience that we really need to be communicating more often. That is hard when you don't know how others will react to it. I think it's yet another reminder to be more more »

  • Comment on: Warrants: Mother, boy tortured before friend fled - News Nation - Boston.com

    Posted 08/14/2013 09:18:06 EDT

    I don't know why anyone feels the need to judge her or anyone. She is the victim here. She was put in a very tough position. She is also of a different generation. She is also a teenager for crying ou more »

  • Comment on: Do you Google your dates? - Let's Go Out - Boston.com

    Posted 07/10/2013 07:37:55 EDT

    I'm so glad that I'm not dating in today's world. It sounds so weird and awkward.

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  • Comment on: Do you Google your dates? - Let's Go Out - Boston.com

    Posted 07/10/2013 07:36:23 EDT

    I don't know. It sounds like you have some real issues of your own. You might want to dive into them. A big problem with Facebook and Twitter is that users get a high from posting. I don't think they more »

  • Comment on: Do you Google your dates? - Let's Go Out - Boston.com

    Posted 07/10/2013 07:29:13 EDT

    As wonderful as the internet is, there are just some things that should not be done because it creates very awkward and potentially problematic situations. What about doing a background check? I think more »

  • Comment on: State adds 3,500 jobs; unemployment up to 6.6 % - Boston.com

    Posted 06/20/2013 09:57:26 EDT

    This job seeker is still looking and doing all that I can 9 months later. To give up is not an option. I have not lost any incentive to find a job. Unemployment has been so helpful. It's very stressfu more »

  • Comment on: He's far away but I don't want to let go

    Posted 05/15/2013 04:39:34 EDT

    LW - It's best to just leave it and move on. He's with another woman. We are able to have wonderful things with lots of different people. You could find someone that you think is just as great as he i more »

  • Comment on: Dog kills miniature horse on Martha's Vineyard - News - Boston.com

    Posted 05/13/2013 09:52:16 EDT

    That's nice that the owner wants to do what's right. It's too late because the owner should have been taking care of the dog. Dogs should not be left unattended unless they are in a secure area. Appar more »

  • Comment on: Did I come on too strong?

    Posted 04/10/2013 09:56:44 EDT

    Even if she's no longer interested, it seems rude not to respond to someone that she knows. I think she's adding drama. I think he should just leave it and move on. It's good for him because he sees h more »

  • Comment on: Did I come on too strong?

    Posted 04/10/2013 09:54:02 EDT

    LW - She sounds like a fake person to me as you describe her here. You sound like you were living too much in your head. Be careful with people that act too friendly too soon and be careful with livin more »

  • Comment on: Did I come on too strong?

    Posted 04/10/2013 09:46:02 EDT

    LW - I disagree with Meredith. I think your answer is her non-response. I don't think you should be a mind reader. You could have been more honest with her but you were being cautious and considerate. more »

  • Comment on: Is dinner on the first date a bad idea? - Let's Go Out - Boston.com

    Posted 03/29/2013 05:34:14 EDT

    Why are you going on dates with people that could be potentially unattractive or boring? You might want to refine your ability to read people. I've come to learn that it pays to be very selective. It' more »

  • Comment on: Is dinner on the first date a bad idea? - Let's Go Out - Boston.com

    Posted 03/29/2013 05:31:36 EDT

    Hmmm...The thing is that you could get in the "friend" zone. I think it might be better to have multiple plans depending on the person. I don't believe in one size fits all. I think it might be someth more »

  • Comment on: Is dinner on the first date a bad idea? - Let's Go Out - Boston.com

    Posted 03/29/2013 05:29:01 EDT

    It does. I don't like crowds either. Are we getting old? I refuse to think so.

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  • Comment on: Is dinner on the first date a bad idea? - Let's Go Out - Boston.com

    Posted 03/29/2013 05:27:59 EDT

    I don't like dinner on a first date because it's so awkward and stressful. I don't see that it needs to cost so much. Are there not any middle of the road restaurants? And where do you go from there? more »

  • Comment on: When will he propose?

    Posted 03/26/2013 03:29:05 EDT

    I tried to break up with my husband while we were dating and he wouldn't go away. We got married in less than 2 years. That was not my plan but it was his plan. It became my plan. Men know what they w more »

  • Comment on: When will he propose?

    Posted 03/26/2013 03:26:00 EDT

    Credit card debt is bad. It sounds like this LW should take a money management class. How did he amass such credit card debt in the first place? Bottom line: They are not on the same page. They need t more »

  • Comment on: When will he propose?

    Posted 03/26/2013 12:51:38 EDT

    LW - He's absolutely correct in paying off his credit cards. That's bad debt and the interest rate is very high. Why have you been allowing this to continue for as long as it has? Why are his credit c more »

  • Comment on: Still thinking about a jerk

    Posted 03/11/2013 05:27:20 EDT

    LW - Dating is hard. Finding the quality man is hard but so worth it. Lose this guy. Don't call him back. Don't message him back. Don't be so available. Be aloof and move on. I know it's easier said t more »

  • Comment on: His family won't meet me

    Posted 03/08/2013 01:42:20 EST

    LW - I say what I say because I think you and he have a lot of options. I don't believe that some people are meant to be together. I think that is sentimental and just not true. That is where I'm comi more »

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