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  • In Response to Re: FFF or UO or I judge:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: FFF or UO or I judge : I go to the doctor LDY! I might be crazy but don't lump me in with her brand of wackiness ok. 
    Posted by RupertPenny[/QUOTE]HAHA I was hoping you'd catch that. You just don't wear sunscreen. 
  • Someone claiming to be a representative for Toms railed into Scott a few years ago on a blog post criticizing Toms and another company. I dont know if they really did work for Toms, but that put a bad taste in my mouth.
  • In Response to Re: FFF or UO or I judge:
    [QUOTE]I like the South American and European way of separating the legal and the religious marriage.  It solves the problem of angering the religious groups who do not support gay marriage.
    Posted by mica178[/QUOTE]

    Yeah - don't you HAVE to get married by a government official to be legally married in some parts of Europe? Or did I misunderstand? I haven't really read a lot into it, so I don't know a lot about it.
  • angelstar975angelstar975 member
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    edited May 2012
    In Response to Re: FFF or UO or I judge:
    [QUOTE]Angel, if you don't GAF, why are you responding? Musu, I think the reason no one gives a crap about Obama's TIMING is because most people feel it is the RIGHT THING TO DO. Be a cynic- that's fine. But there's a fine line between cynicsm and tinfoil hat territory. Sounds as though you have crossed over.
    Posted by Snippylynn[/QUOTE]

    I meant I don't GAF if I get flamed more for defending myself.

    I care more than I'd like to admit about being flamed in the first place, but whatever. It happens to everyone.
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  • I completely agree. There's just something about her posting style that I don't like. I dunno, it seems like she creates drama out of things that aren't all that dramaworthy. And she seems young, not that that's a bad thing.
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  • Angel, I had to learn the hard way (and um, I still haven't learned) that TK folks have a long memory especially about douche husbands. I still get shiit about making my H's lunch. But my H is legitimately an asshole, so there's that. I just happen to like it.
  • In Response to Re: FFF or UO or I judge:
    [QUOTE]i was a little weirded out by the woman on the Time cover breastfeeding her son, who is almost 4.  FI thought the photo was CG.  I intend to breastfeed when we have children, but I think there is a certain point where you have to cut it off.
    Posted by button6004[/QUOTE]

    I always thought that most women stopped breastfeeding their children around the same time that bottle fed babies stopped getting bottles. 
  • In Response to Re: FFF or UO or I judge:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: FFF or UO or I judge : Yeah - don't you HAVE to get married by a government official to be legally married in some parts of Europe? Or did I misunderstand? I haven't really read a lot into it, so I don't know a lot about it.
    Posted by pokepoke27[/QUOTE]

    You get married legally by a JOP (or whatever the equivalent is there) and then you can do a religious ceremony if you choose.  Here, the religious officiants act as the legal officiant as well.  There, it is separated.
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  • In Response to Re:FFF or UO or I judge:
    [QUOTE]I completely agree. There's just something about her posting style that I don't like. I dunno, it seems like she creates drama out of things that aren't all that dramaworthy. And she seems young, not that that's a bad thing.
    Posted by overcomefame[/QUOTE]
    Wait...who?
  • mica178mica178 member
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    In Response to Re: FFF or UO or I judge:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: FFF or UO or I judge : Yeah - don't you HAVE to get married by a government official to be legally married in some parts of Europe? Or did I misunderstand? I haven't really read a lot into it, so I don't know a lot about it.
    Posted by pokepoke27[/QUOTE]

    Yes. In many countries, if you marry in a church/temple/etc. you still need to do a separate ceremony with a judge, because that's the legally recognized marriage ceremony. 
  • In Response to Re: FFF or UO or I judge:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: FFF or UO or I judge : HAHA I was hoping you'd catch that. You just don't wear sunscreen. 
    Posted by LDYGTR13[/QUOTE]
    I wear sunscreen too! I just get freaked out by it. And I only wear it at the pool/beach when I'll be outside all day. 
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  • mica178mica178 member
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    There are still knottie husbands that I dislike because of stuff posted 2 years ago.
  • In Response to Re: FFF or UO or I judge:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: FFF or UO or I judge : Yeah - don't you HAVE to get married by a government official to be legally married in some parts of Europe? Or did I misunderstand? I haven't really read a lot into it, so I don't know a lot about it.
    Posted by pokepoke27[/QUOTE]
    Yep. Most marriages take place in official government buildings. If you want to have a church ceremony, that is after.
  • In Response to Re: FFF or UO or I judge:
    [QUOTE]Angel, if you don't GAF, why are you responding? Musu, I think the reason no one gives a crap about Obama's TIMING is because most people feel it is the RIGHT THING TO DO. Be a cynic- that's fine. But there's a fine line between cynicsm and tinfoil hat territory. Sounds as though you have crossed over.
    Posted by Snippylynn[/QUOTE]

    I've probably crossed over. *shrug* Whatever. 
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  • Okay yeah, that does sound like a better system. Thanks for explaining Mica & Texasgurly.

    Rupert - What freaks you out about sunscreen? I like the smell of it lol. 
  • seesawgirlseesawgirl member
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    edited May 2012
    In Response to Re: FFF or UO or I judge:
    [QUOTE]Seesaw is a strange cat. I just can't get over that she had never been to a real doctor.  Maybe she wears tinfoil hats like Anna. 
    Posted by LDYGTR13[/QUOTE]



    Hmm. I could have sworn that I explained this in my post. My parents were crazy Pentecostal freaks. We were raised to think that going to a doctor was showing a lack of faith in God, so I was never taken as a child. As an adult, I've worked for a non-profit organization the entire time, that only offered horrible insurance that was too expensive for what it offered.
    Obviously, if I'm looking for a doctor, and asking for advice on it, I'm not opposed to them, I just haven't had the opportunity to go yet.
  • In Response to Re: FFF or UO or I judge:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: FFF or UO or I judge : I've probably crossed over. *shrug* Whatever. 
    Posted by musicalsunlight[/QUOTE]
    Come live with me in tin foil hat land. Except lets use organic recycled paper to make our hats, the aluminum in foil would probably give us Alzheimer's. 
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  • In Response to Re: FFF or UO or I judge:
    [QUOTE]Okay yeah, that does sound like a better system. Thanks for explaining Mica & Texasgurly. Rupert - What freaks you out about sunscreen? I like the smell of it lol. 
    Posted by pokepoke27[/QUOTE]
    It's a bunch of chemicals that you put on your skin that get absorbed into your bloodstream. 
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  • In Response to Re: FFF or UO or I judge:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: FFF or UO or I judge : Come live with me in tin foil hat land. Except lets use organic recycled paper to make our hats, the aluminum in foil would probably give us Alzheimer's. 
    Posted by RupertPenny[/QUOTE]


    Sounds excellent. :) 
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  • In Response to Re:FFF or UO or I judge:[QUOTE]In Response to Re:FFF or UO or I judge:I completely agree. There's just something about her posting style that I don't like. I dunno, it seems like she creates drama out of things that aren't all that dramaworthy. And she seems young, not that that's a bad thing.Posted by overcomefameWait...who? Posted by LDYGTR13[/QUOTE]

    Ack, I hit reply on the mobile site instead of quote. It was of your opinion on poke, but y'all have moved on now...
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  • LDYGTR13LDYGTR13 member
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    edited May 2012
    In Response to Re: FFF or UO or I judge:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: FFF or UO or I judge : Hmm. I could have sworn that I explained this in my post. My parents were crazy Pentecostal freaks. We were raised to think that going to a doctor was showing a lack of faith in God, so I was never taken as a child. As an adult, I've worked for a non-profit organization my entire life, that only offered horrible insurance that was too expensive for what it offered. Obviously, if I'm looking for a doctor, and asking for advice on it, I'm not opposed to them, I just haven't had the opportunity to go yet.
    Posted by seesawgirl[/QUOTE]
    I didn't read the whole thing - sorry. =)
    So was Jesus a good healer? What happened if you had like pneumonia and could die or something? Did you get to go to the hospital too? Do you cut your hair now?
    I just can't imagine never going. But I was raised by a hypocondriac. Different strokes! I'm glad you're going to one. I just thought it was weird. 
  • mica178mica178 member
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    Aluminum does not cause Alzheimer's.  :P

    This is a weak-ass FFF.  Should I call Beetlejuice?
  • ErinG93ErinG93 member
    2500 Comments
    edited May 2012
    In Response to Re: FFF or UO or I judge:
    [QUOTE]Angel, if you don't GAF, why are you responding? Musu, I think the reason no one gives a crap about Obama's TIMING is because most people feel it is the RIGHT THING TO DO. Be a cynic- that's fine. But there's a fine line between cynicsm and tinfoil hat territory. Sounds as though you have crossed over.
    Posted by Snippylynn[/QUOTE]
    I feel like such a wuss for saying this, but I nearly cried hearing what he said. It makes me SO HAPPY, even if it was a political move.
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  • aragx6aragx6 member
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    In Response to Re: FFF or UO or I judge:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: FFF or UO or I judge : Hmm. I could have sworn that I explained this in my post. My parents were crazy Pentecostal freaks. We were raised to think that going to a doctor was showing a lack of faith in God, so I was never taken as a child. As an adult, I've worked for a non-profit organization my entire life, that only offered horrible insurance that was too expensive for what it offered. Obviously, if I'm looking for a doctor, and asking for advice on it, I'm not opposed to them, I just haven't had the opportunity to go yet.
    Posted by seesawgirl[/QUOTE]

    Yeah I don't get the judgy-ness of this. Sounds like a tough childhood, and I'm glad you're not in that situation anymore, but it's not like you had a choice. I had a friend in college who grew up dirt poor and she'd never gone to a doctor until college.
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  • In Response to Re:FFF or UO or I judge:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re:FFF or UO or I judge: Ack, I hit reply on the mobile site instead of quote. It was of your opinion on poke, but y'all have moved on now...
    Posted by overcomefame[/QUOTE]
    The mobile site is awful. I'm glad you see what I'm getting at though. The young thing might be correct, now that I think about it. Young brides (with some exceptions) can be grating at times. 
  • I don't mind that seesaw has never been to a doctor. If parents don't agree with doctors (or in her case, think it is not having faith in God) what is she supposed to do? She cant really go until she is 18, then she may have not had insurance or something.
  • In Response to Re: FFF or UO or I judge:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: FFF or UO or I judge : I always thought that most women stopped breastfeeding their children around the same time that bottle fed babies stopped getting bottles. 
    Posted by pokepoke27[/QUOTE]

    What makes you think some kids don't get bottles until they are 3? It's not recommended (due to the artificial nipples and their impact on tooth development), but some children get them in the morning and/or before bed - which is probably exactly when a 3 year old is being breast fed. The mom isn't stopping by his preschool to whip out the boob every few hours.

    Breastfeeding is a natural way oif suppressing ovulation and spacing children. I believe the World Health Organization recommends breast feeding until age 2. In much of the world, extended breast feeing isn't "icky" or "unusual."

    I DO judge the Time magazine cover for 1) choosing a petite mom and putting the kid on a chair to make him look bigger/older and thus more controversial and 2) choosing an inflamatory headline that was bound to feed into the mommy wars.


    As an aside, I wear sunscreen on my face every day.
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  • In Response to Re: FFF or UO or I judge:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: FFF or UO or I judge : Yeah - don't you HAVE to get married by a government official to be legally married in some parts of Europe? Or did I misunderstand? I haven't really read a lot into it, so I don't know a lot about it.
    Posted by pokepoke27[/QUOTE]

    Idk about the rest of europe, but in France there are two types of ceremonies.  One is the civil ceremony (which gives you all the legal rights) and the other is religious.  Some people opt for just the civil, but if you JUST have the religious ceremony, you are not legally recognzied as married.
  • mica178mica178 member
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    Those sound like two good tenets, DJ.  I'd live there.

    I spend a lot of time telling people "It's viral. You don't need antibiotics."
  • I totally agree Erin.
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