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Apr 1st 2011 9:35PM There, Their, They're....3 different words. And many more different 'women' then just the two you attempted to paint us all as. Lots of us don't have the time to be conceited as we're too dang busy working our tails off to earn the paycheck that pays our way, and, many times, YOURS as well. Puhleeze brotha, perhaps if you had a tad of masculinity, a little sprinkle of 'hero', and a backbone instead of an apparant need to whine, label and judge....then you might stand a chance of being amongst the fishes we swim with...but alas, that probably won't happen. Me personally, in addition to a great sense of humor, an ability to support himself and NOT need me financially, and an ability to tote the ballz in the relationship....I prefer a guy who has mastered the English language and can tell the difference between 3 piddly little words, as shown above. I think you confused 'conceit' with 'standards'.....and most women would be smart to have those. :)
Jan 10th 2011 10:26PM Puhleeze...Pam Oliver and Andrea Kremer, now THEY know their stuff...Erin Andrews didn't even know Boise State had a blue field! The reality is, we've moved far away from having INTELLIGENT sportscasters and instead we've gone towards hiring those with a whole lot of T & A and wee bit o'brains. I want to watch football, not some ditz who missed her calling as a carshow model.
Aug 18th 2010 2:51PM Is it just me, or does this tequila thing look like a cross dressing vietnamese boy from outter space? Seriously, is it even female?? yuckyuckyuck!
Jun 29th 2010 11:20PM FYI....you may want to check with your insurance company as to "how" they determine the value of your car. Contrary to most peoples assumptions, (and i work for the largest carrier in the US) we do NOT use Kelley blue book. Instead, adjusters peruse local auto traider, pennysavers, etc to see what similar cars to yours (mileage, extras, etc) are selling for.
And if you financed it, forget it......lienholders require comp/coll be carried.
May 5th 2010 11:57AM Perhaps because it's on a lake not an ocean? I think you either go to a beach or a lake...if it isn't facing an ocean, it's not a beach.
May 5th 2010 11:55AM Was thinking the same thing.....Not mentioning which island the beach is on is kind of pointless. Especially when there are many places, on different islands, with the same name. That'd be like saying "it's in Waimea, or Kailua" without specifying further....not too helpful!
Apr 11th 2010 9:34PM Geranium. At least for my area, So Cali, it grows like crazy with NO effort whatsoever. Even breaking off a stem and sticking it in the ground elsewhere is all that's needed to grow another few. That's what i was guessing was the answer when I read the headline....stupid me, like AOL would actually have a headline that has ANYTHING to do with the article? @@
Jan 16th 2010 2:30PM If you outright own your home it IS up to you to carry it or not. However, if you have borrowed the money from someone else, it is their property and they have every right to mandate you carry the coverage as they are protecting their investment. Same thing for car loans, they require comp/collision coverage be carried so when THEIR car is destroyed THEY can recoup their loss.
Jan 16th 2010 2:24PM The lenders only require you to cover the dwelling, not your personal property. However, for additional premium, you CAN purchase "contents" coverage that in fact WOULD cover more than just your structure. In my experience, and I sell Flood insurance, no one wants to pay for this coverage..understandably, they just want to appease the lenders and be done with it.
Jan 16th 2010 2:17PM Actually, this type of loss would not be considered "flood". In the insurance world, a flood is something caused by rising tidal waters, overflowing streams/rivers, rainfall, etc. A burst pipe would be cause for a claim filed under your homeowners policy...and for the record, the pipe itself is usually not covered, but the resulting damages to your home (flooring, property, etc) would be.