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I use Bank of America and really like their online banking system. They have a portfolio thing where you can see pie charts of what you've spent stuff on, they do easy bill pay for all kinds of stuff and transfers are a breeze. They charge if you go to another brand ATM, but I can work around that. And they have an iPhone app for mobile banking too ...
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I'd definitely buy WW clothing! I'm not a fan of Cafe Press' t-shirt quality, though, so I'd prefer if you went with another merchant. Looking forward to it!
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I'd definitely buy WW clothing! I'm not a fan of Cafe Press' t-shirt quality, though, so I'd prefer if you went with another merchant. Looking forward to it!
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I totally understood where Anne was coming from so the sentiment was spot on. And I feel that way about my husband too. :)
Toggle Commented Jan 14, 2008 on the best thing, ever at WWdN: In Exile
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I totally understood where Anne was coming from so the sentiment was spot on. And I feel that way about my husband too. :)
Toggle Commented Jan 14, 2008 on the best thing, ever at WWdN: In Exile
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I read your entries via an RSS feed and rarely visit the site except to comment (which I don't do enough - can't you hear my comments in my head?) I enjoy reading all you have to say and it's really the words more than the URL that matter. Hell, I'm on LiveJournal - the forum for teen angst - and I figure as long as folks can find me and enjoy reading what I have to say, then I won't worry about my URL. Go team! I look forward to reading more!
Toggle Commented Nov 21, 2006 on less than you think at WWdN: In Exile
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I read your entries via an RSS feed and rarely visit the site except to comment (which I don't do enough - can't you hear my comments in my head?) I enjoy reading all you have to say and it's really the words more than the URL that matter. Hell, I'm on LiveJournal - the forum for teen angst - and I figure as long as folks can find me and enjoy reading what I have to say, then I won't worry about my URL. Go team! I look forward to reading more!
Toggle Commented Nov 21, 2006 on less than you think at WWdN: In Exile
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I can't thank you enough for being on the sex panel and for writing this post to help me recap my BlogHer weekend in my mind. It was great to meet you and to participate in something that I think will help me fully understand how I feel about my fellow bloggers and the men who did and did not attend. I look forward to hopefully seeing you again next year!
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My boyfriend and I bought that game a few weeks ago and it does, in fact, rock. My boyfriend has been known to put his foot up on the amp (ottoman) and throw up the horns to his audience (the cats). That's very cool about Nolan and Ryan. I love reading about your family! :)
Toggle Commented Apr 14, 2006 on i wanna rock at WWdN: In Exile
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My boyfriend and I bought that game a few weeks ago and it does, in fact, rock. My boyfriend has been known to put his foot up on the amp (ottoman) and throw up the horns to his audience (the cats). That's very cool about Nolan and Ryan. I love reading about your family! :)
Toggle Commented Apr 14, 2006 on i wanna rock at WWdN: In Exile
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I was fascinated to read your original essay about your father, having witnessed some painful or embarrassing rants from my own father. But I understood that you and your father have a lot of love for each other, just like my father and I do. Daddy says strange things sometimes, things that if I tried to write about them online would elicit knee-jerk comments from people about my father and our relationship. That said, I'm really glad to read this follow-up. I always knew that your family is every bit as human as any others. But this dialogue really shows more about all of you and where you're coming from. Don't be too hard on yourself. And I hope you and your family have a good new year!
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I was fascinated to read your original essay about your father, having witnessed some painful or embarrassing rants from my own father. But I understood that you and your father have a lot of love for each other, just like my father and I do. Daddy says strange things sometimes, things that if I tried to write about them online would elicit knee-jerk comments from people about my father and our relationship. That said, I'm really glad to read this follow-up. I always knew that your family is every bit as human as any others. But this dialogue really shows more about all of you and where you're coming from. Don't be too hard on yourself. And I hope you and your family have a good new year!
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