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Jan 6th 2012 10:27AM I agree with Marco about the beauty of Rio...I spent 10 days in Baja da Tijuca which is about 30 minutes outside of Rio city...a lovely, upscale beach community. We did a lot of sightseeing including a visit to a rain forest, nightclubs, beautiful malls and some of the best restaurants. Never had a problem. The people are absolutely wonderful. Rio got a bad rap in this article.
Jul 28th 2010 6:45PM I have to disagree with you about using flat paint on walls! True, semi-gloss is NOT the way to go but a satin or eggshell finish is much nicer than flat. There is absolutely no shine to a satin finish paint and if you want to do some sort of faux finish, it will not work over flat paint.
Jul 11th 2010 7:06AM How about Duran Duran's cover of White Lines?? Grandmaster Flash collaborated with them and it's even better than the original! Check it out on YouTube...awesome.
Jan 6th 2009 11:46AM Last year we received our real estate tax bill with an amount due of two cents! I taped two pennies to the bill and mailed it in. I figured it wasn't worth having the city repossess the house for non payment, which could have happened.
Jun 27th 2007 7:16PM 127.00 for a bra??? You gotta be kidding! I buy fantastic bras at Kohls for under 10.00...they are soft and stretchy and totally comfortable. I'm a 36B so fit is not a problem. It is nearly impossible to find bras without the stupid wires in most stores. I was buying them and removing the wires until I discovered Kohls.
Jun 21st 2007 6:33PM I married a legal immigrant in 1952. He was drafted one year later and after serving 18 months, was eligible for citizenship. He became a citizen while stationed in Germany. Had he not been drafted, he would have been eligible for citizenship after he was married to an American for three years. Mrs. jimenez should be permitted to remain in this country....deportation in this instance would be an outrage. Her husband may not have yet attained citizenship, but he would have and she, married to an American, is entitled to remain here on a permanent resident status.