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    django

    She is a tease man. We feel your pain. Best to hunt elsewhere.

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    Do you play football? If so what is your number?

    If not what is all this talk of "we" and "us."

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    Stop by your local marriage counselor's office on your way out. Hopefully one with a polygraph.

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    Hi guys,

    Anyone heard of the planned draft dodger monument in Nelson, British Columbia?

    I read it on the news here:
    http://www.foxnews.com/story/0%2C2933%2C132971%2C00.html

    Can anyone comment on this?

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    Very sorry to hear about your situation. Especially for your boyfriend. I echo Websexinfo's thoughts. You should really try to pin down teh "whys" of this behavior. If you don't understand the origins of the problme you can't effectiveley deal with it.

    You can try indiviudal therapy. But your situation may clear up faster if you approach the relationship problem as a team. Perhaps couples therapy? For a good deal, Check your local college for clinical psychology programs and see if their is a training program nearby. Often the graduate students are around your age (makes it less uncomfortable to talk with), and the treatment is much more affordable.

    By the way, good luck!!

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    To anyone considering cheating, I would strongly advise against it in the case where there are children involved. They don't deserve it.

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    try jiu jitsu. combines wresting and judo. anyway you still have to condition no matter what.

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    Yes my friend I can help you with this.

    The perfect date consists of a girl who is smart enough to know what you like, sensitive enough to know you are broke, and sensible enough to forgive your shortcomings.

    Django

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    Thats longer than watching lawrence of arabia!!
    You must be in good shape.

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    In some ways i agree with sdp. this video is too intense to be viewed entirely. Personally I kept clicking the close box as soon as the muslim masked killer yanked the guy onto his side. Just could not get past that point.

    But well, it seems the world marches on with the anti-american drum beat focused on a few derelict soldiers in abu ghraib prison. Most newspapers are having a field day with this story which is nowhere near representative of american actions in iraq.

    This beheading story is a nuisance and a distraction from the hate campaign against america. Most people, especially the arab media, probably put this story on page 7 of the newspaper instead of page 1 where it might cause others to pause and question the civility of mid-east muslim culture.

    Others have told me this act doesn't represent the whole mid-eastern culture. But I'm starting to think it does, and thats why Americans are having a difficult time in Iraq.

    3 important points of why i think it does represent a culture problem:
    1. mid-eastern newspapers (the media ofte being an accurate reflection of the culture that supprots it) gave short notice to this beheading incident (and the fallujah incident) compared with the gala page-after-page coverage of abu ghraib.

    2. In picture after picture noted in Newsweek, for example, ids are encouraged to partake in the violence. Look at the pictures of toothy grins by 9 year olds as they watch others get tortured. No adult steps in to censor them! Whole sizeable crowds are present but every one of the adults stands idly by why kids are exposed to this. Not representative?

    3. Remember when we occupied Japan after WWII? Why didn't they give us trouble, dragging americans through the street and hurling themselves into crowds with suicidal intent? the japanese were more concerned with rebuilding than fighting. So their culture flourished. In Iraq bloodshed is more important. Their overall attitude is to hell with rebuilding schools and hospitals. Their communities are held together by war not progress. Those in Iraq who are against the war will not rally together to support reconstruction. They are silent while americans are getting crucified for their freedom.


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