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    Yesterday, 09:12 PM
    Not sure why I thought he was older than 69. One of my favorite bands, never got to see them live.
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    May 25, 17, 09:52 PM
    Forgot about "Will You Be There in the Morning". Despite Nancy singing, everyone immediately knows it's Heart and probably think it's Ann singing.
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    May 25, 17, 03:49 PM
    Thanks for putting things in perspective. I never thought about it that way.
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    May 25, 17, 03:41 PM
    Nancy does sing lead on many songs, though the only two well known ones are "Stranded" and "These Dreams". She's also done quite a few shows filling in for Ann....I saw her perform alone about 20 years ago, and she sounds a lot like Ann, so much so that many wouldn't notice.
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    May 25, 17, 01:30 PM
    We have a pug/beagle mix named Ginger. She also gets called Puggles, Pugs, Gingy, G-pug, and probably a few others I can't think of right now.
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    May 25, 17, 01:27 PM
    They seem to have struggled defensively for several years now.
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    May 25, 17, 10:49 AM
    My dad was big on being on time. On time usually meant at least 1/2 hour early. Whenever I was late getting somewhere or coming home he would say "what took you so long...you must have come by way of Sandusky". Don't know what that meant, or where it came from as I've never heard anyone else say it.
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    May 25, 17, 10:39 AM
    Again, nice facility, and I get that all athletes would be on an even playing field, but contesting the state championship on a track of a different size than what was competed and practiced on all year fundamentally changes the race. Just figuring out the exchange zones (as all three will be different) and the tighter turns make this a not very good option. It's simply not good to change the layout and rules on championship day. There's a...
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    May 24, 17, 04:29 PM
    True.
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    May 24, 17, 04:04 PM
    Rehoboth doesn't belong on the list. I've been trying to think of a more appropriate place, and am struggling to come up with one. There really isn't another major tourist destination, except maybe Dover Downs which is a cookie cutter casino that is highly overrated and overpriced.
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    May 24, 17, 01:41 PM
    Those I have seen. Again, just reciting my experience, which I admit is much more limited than yours.
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    May 24, 17, 01:40 PM
    I'm not a frequent flyer by any stretch (like I said 6-8 times/year). I'm also flying more business than vacation routes/times, so that might explain why I have never flown with a dog on board.
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    May 24, 17, 01:34 PM
    Generally, I do agree with your line of thinking on this. This would raise a big red flag for me, and I'm generally not a fan of purchasing any warranty. But I can see how this particular one could be useful in certain situations.
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    May 24, 17, 01:31 PM
    I've been to 12 Colorado—Buffalo’s Bill’s Grave--A nice little sidetrip, with great views of the area. Delaware—Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk--Completely disagree. Illinois—Magnificent Mile--Completely Disagree Indiana—NCAA Hall of Champions--Nice place to visit, not bad at all Louisana—Bourbon Street--Completely disagree Minnesota—Mall of America--Not my favorite place, but not bad Nevada—Venetian Gondolas--agreed New Jersey—Atlantic City...
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    May 24, 17, 01:11 PM
    I'm guessing this may be legitimate. Just a quick Google search shows this company does have partnerships with many cities throughout the country.
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    May 24, 17, 12:23 PM
    From what I've seen, it depends. Typically, I don't pay for warranties. However, depending on your situation the $120 a year MAY be worth it. First, if you have a newer home or are planning to move in the next several years, I'd probably pass. But, if you have an older home, or have a situation where you have trees in your front yard near your lines, it may be worth considering, especially if those pipes have never been replaced. These...
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    May 24, 17, 11:52 AM
    I fly a half dozen or so times a year, and don't think I've ever been on a flight with a service dog. It kind of surprises me that it's that big of an issue.
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    May 24, 17, 08:55 AM
    I get it. But I think if anything, with all the examples given, it shows that a good many of the people who have the stickers, actually do need them, regardless of "appearances". Obviously there are always going to be people who job the system. But I still believe those are the exception rather than the rule. And I'd rather err on the side by giving someone the benefit of the doubt than needlessly condemning someone who is innocent.
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    May 23, 17, 10:19 PM
    I get it. I guess the whole point is the assumptions that are made and why we feel the need to judge people.
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    May 23, 17, 08:19 PM
    I have two nephews that are Autistic, and both have a fairly high degree of social anxiety. They both have service dogs that help calm them down when they have issues. Both look completely normal, and you'd never know of their condition. I've been out in public (I'm the cool uncle who takes them to sporting events) with them and gotten those looks from people who make the judgement that I'm scamming the system with by having a service dog. ...
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    May 23, 17, 02:35 PM
    I get the frustration, but as has been said, obesity, especially morbid obesity often has nothing to do with laziness. It's often paired with serious psychological issues as a result of abuse, childhood trauma, etc. For some reason it's really easy to look down on or get angry with obese people, but the truth is how they got there is usually way more complicated than someone just being lazy or making a bunch of bad choices.
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    May 23, 17, 01:52 PM
    I've had a couple issues with the IRS and both times this is what I did. At least in both my cases, they set up a plan to get everything paid up in 24 months, and with other refunds, my past due got taken care of pretty painlessly. Pay as much as you can afford now and make an arrangement for the rest. Based on the numbers you've given, even if it is high interest, it shouldn't be much more than a few hundred a month. Yes you'll give up...
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    May 23, 17, 12:32 PM
    If the NFL is in my future, Alabama or Ohio State. If I'm going to do something other than football, Vandy or Duke. That's probably over generalizing, but regardless, those are some really nice options to have.
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    May 23, 17, 11:28 AM
    Don't and will never understand Middle School or elementary school graduation. Awards ceremony to recognize high achievers or significant accomplishments I get.
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    May 23, 17, 11:12 AM
    He WAS James Bond when I was growing up. In hindsight, he wasn't the best, but still I wouldn't be a James Bond fan if it weren't for him.
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    May 23, 17, 10:01 AM
    How about being an adult and figuring something out to prevent taking opportunities away from the kids you are supposed to be there for.
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    May 23, 17, 10:00 AM
    Why have it on the schedule then? Why not just drop the event for good if there are going to be years "where it's not meant to be ran". Is there ever a situation where the Basketball Sweet 16 would "just not meant to be played". And to use the term "divine intervention" is almost offensive, as if it was really a good thing that the race got cancelled.
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