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  • Forum Post: How do you feel about the end of Oprah Winfrey's famous talk show?

    Posted 05/26/2011 10:57:13 EDT

    In Response to Re: How do you feel about the end of Oprah Winfrey's famous talk show?: [QUOTE]I thought her show was important when she started, but have seen no relevance in the last 20 years. Posted more »

  • Forum Post: Jack and Jill? But not invited to the wedding

    Posted 05/24/2011 10:09:33 EDT

    In Response to Re: Jack and Jill? But not invited to the wedding: [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Jack and Jill? But not invited to the wedding : I do wonder though what makes you a guru on etiquette? Is th more »

  • Forum Post: Who has a Kindle, Nook or other e-reader and do you miss the "real book"?

    Posted 03/30/2010 11:04:32 EDT

    I have a kindle and I LOVE it.  I've bought current books for 9.99 each, and have downloaded about 20 classics for free!  I also love that it reads to me when I'm driving.  I've got a pretty impressiv more »

  • Forum Post: Good Fences = Good Neighbors?

    Posted 08/08/2009 10:26:19 EDT

    "Ennui - sorry you still have to deal with this problem. By code (in MA) a fence must NEVER be placed right on the property line. It has to be placed at least 1 foot away on the fence owner's property more »

  • Forum Post: Good Fences = Good Neighbors?

    Posted 08/08/2009 03:31:52 EDT

    I thought I was on "ignore?"  I never said you were evil - your supporters and you were mean to me!  Go back and read a little more objectively - I don't make fun of your screen name or tell you to ge more »

  • Forum Post: Boston.com soon to charge fee; will you pay to post here?

    Posted 08/07/2009 12:09:36 EDT

    Why do they have to have access to your real name?  You can set up a dummy account that you use for your group, just like you do here.  I know lots of gamers on Facebook that have 6, 7 accounts so tha more »

  • Forum Post: Good Fences = Good Neighbors?

    Posted 08/07/2009 08:34:18 EDT

    Ha Ha!  Good one ennui! more »

  • Forum Post: Good Fences = Good Neighbors?

    Posted 08/06/2009 01:08:41 EDT

    thank you ubet. more »

  • Forum Post: Good Fences = Good Neighbors?

    Posted 08/06/2009 12:21:35 EDT

    "Diplomacy is the art ........ of letting someone have your way " I'm glad I'm on ignore, you can't hurl nasty insults at me.  To the others reading this - do you see Ennui's problem?  She placed her more »

  • Forum Post: Good Fences = Good Neighbors?

    Posted 08/06/2009 10:30:01 EDT

    Except - if the fence is ON the line she is tresspassing if she moves the trash or maintains her fence for that matter.  Her neighbor is within her rights to demand the fence be moved back within E's more »

  • Forum Post: Good Fences = Good Neighbors?

    Posted 08/06/2009 09:26:41 EDT

    Says Pingo the queen and owner of all things Boston.com. more »

  • Forum Post: Good Fences = Good Neighbors?

    Posted 08/05/2009 09:38:16 EDT

    In Response to Re: Good Fences = Good Neighbors?: [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Good Fences = Good Neighbors? : Oh Samantha, if only you could come over here, twitch your little nose and make it all go aw more »

  • Forum Post: Good Fences = Good Neighbors?

    Posted 08/05/2009 03:50:47 EDT

    I'm trying to help you see it from her perspective.  I think that approach would upset a lot of people.  Honestly, you have no business telling her to clean up her yard.  She may not appreciate your p more »

  • Forum Post: Good Fences = Good Neighbors?

    Posted 08/04/2009 04:52:43 EDT

    Silly ladies.  You all think the world spins your way.  If the fence is on the property line, then the trash is not in ennui's yard.  If she doesn't like the stuff touching her fence, she needs to mov more »

  • Forum Post: Good Fences = Good Neighbors?

    Posted 08/04/2009 01:08:53 EDT

    By her own admission.  If you don't survey, then people place fences on the line all the time.  I don't know anyone who gets a permit to put up a stockade fence around here - maybe in your town, but t more »

  • Forum Post: Good Fences = Good Neighbors?

    Posted 08/04/2009 12:44:57 EDT

    ennui - My neighbors fought over the placement of 3 evergreen trees.  The owner loved them, the neighbor had mold growing on her house from the shade they caused.  The neighbor discovered that the tre more »

  • Forum Post: Car Seat Advice Needed

    Posted 04/20/2009 11:58:39 EDT

    http://www.albeebaby.com/br20macocars12.html� How about a britax for $209?� I just bought this one, and I love it.

    more »

  • Forum Post: Autism?

    Posted 04/20/2009 11:51:12 EDT

    Juliper gave you great advice.� There are so many people who will tell you autism is caused by xxxx or not caused by xxx -� a real hot button right now.� I say talk to the people who do the research a more »

  • Forum Post: Home alone

    Posted 04/20/2009 11:50:49 EDT

    I seem to remember hearing 10 years old.� Anyone else really know?

    more »

  • Forum Post: Cloth Diapers

    Posted 04/20/2009 11:49:57 EDT

    My DIL sends child to daycare two afternoons a week with cloth diapers - don't know why there would be a difference in your area, but????� She uses FuzziBunz - but the sized variety.� It is so much ea more »

  • Forum Post: Potty Training Help!

    Posted 04/20/2009 11:39:51 EDT

    I was very successful training two boys - but had some really great advice from older moms.� Hope these work for you:make a list of his "heroes" that are already potty trained - dad, grandpa, favorite more »

  • Forum Post: OT - what to do w/ a beef tenderloin

    Posted 04/10/2009 11:40:17 EDT

    thanks, maggierep for your advice. I was sick thinking someone would actually stew a tenderloin our treat it as chuck beef. www.allrecipies.com or www.cooks.com have many ideas for such a tender cut o more »

  • Forum Post: addressing wedding invitations

    Posted 04/07/2009 01:45:08 EDT

    If you don't care about the etiquette of invitation addressing, why post on an etiquette board? more »

  • Forum Post: another and guest thread...

    Posted 04/07/2009 11:09:17 EDT

    "These aren't the days of dowrys when a married couple were going to be living ont heir own in a new home for the first time. Let's stop pretending that's how it is." Be careful not to make generaliza more »

  • Forum Post: Rev. Wrights excellent weekend

    Posted 04/29/2008 12:43:50 EDT

    "I suppose so...most churches don't�have the staff capacity to process all and acknowledge all donations weekly,�however...it's a big job. A large weekly donation that would have to be acknowledged as more »

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