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Dec 21st 2011 5:18AM Kingston, NY was not exactly a big "mob area."
Also, do you think mobsters are stupid enough to store evidence (dead bodies) within their house walls (can u imagine the stink.)
As one local who lived in Cherry Hill, NJ when I accidentally met John Gambino in an Italian restaurant/bar about 20 yrs ago said, "Oh, don't worry. They dump the bodies over in NYC or the river; they don't mess where they live."
I still believe he's right.
I think your "landlord" fed you a bunch of sh*t!
Dec 21st 2011 5:14AM Perhaps a strange concept: How about HONESTY?
Ever hear of that?
Dec 21st 2011 5:12AM Gee, you're the kind of person one wants for a neighbor.
So, if you are bringing in groceries from your car, and some bills u stuck in your pocket are blown by the wind into my lot -- it's mine? I can imagine what YOU would say ("Wha...wha..wha"...simulated baby crying.)
Sep 7th 2011 8:45AM If it's the toilet tank, that's been thought of already
Apr 17th 2011 9:54PM . . . well it was hardly meant to be a sitcom. What'ya expect!
Apr 9th 2011 10:05AM well...sometimes u don't get perfect. But search trainers in your area and use them!
Mar 27th 2011 3:31PM Yes, but even your weblink on DietFitness is wrong. NEWSWEEK magazine (or Time) just released a story after a long and significant research study was done by a MEDICAL UNIVERSITY and backed up by other studies.
They're finding that heavy exercisers actually GAINED WEIGHT as a result compared to ppl who just "moved" about on their own doing usual chores (gardening, mowing the lawn with a mechanical mower) -- even walking with groceries from your car was more beneficial than running.
WHY? Cause they found out the overt-exercise cause ppl to be more hungry and thus ate MORE. The studies were exhausted with CONTROL GROUPS.
This was a very depressing study for ppl like me who exercise. However, I'm glad to hear it. Now I don't have to spend my time working out all the time (life's short...and we're A-L-L going to die anyway.)
However, they did say exercise was good for other things, such as cardio health, diabetes, etc.
BUT -- it was NEGATIVE in helping with WEIGHT LOSS!
So sad...to hear!
Mar 27th 2011 3:25PM You're NOT giving the FULL STORY!
Consumer Reports recently stated that they do NOT recommend whey because of the metals and other negative stuff that they found in whey protein powder.
I had saved up on 4 HUGE containers of these (various sales) which I will be giving to friends (although they're about $60/average per) but WITH the warning from Consumer Reports.
Since this site recommends PARTICULAR whey powders and SELLS them, this cannot be considered an unbiased source.
I think I'd trust Consumer Reports.
WHAT SAY YE?
Feb 25th 2011 3:53PM @Carolyn:
YES, it's a crime. Report this to the FBI, but you might want to check with your local Police. Please file a report at least.
Feb 16th 2011 12:59PM That's ridiculous. There's no set age to get married...and lots of reasons why people don't get married.
Furthermore, gays have kids these days and there are self-absorbed heterosexuals as well.