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  1. over 8 years ago on B.C.


  2. over 8 years ago on For Better or For Worse

    A dental assistant in Iowa got fired for being too attractive. Her boss claimed she was distracting. It went to the Iowa supreme court who upheld the dentist right to fire her

  3. over 8 years ago on Calvin and Hobbes

    My Mom and her sisters always complained about their mother’s parenting. I think my Mother’s basic idea of parenting was to think of what he mother would do and do the opposite. The way I figure it Grandma could not have done everything wrong as she raised 3 pretty terrific ladies.

  4. over 8 years ago on For Better or For Worse

    My Mom thought capitol punishment should be sentencing some to life at housework

  5. over 8 years ago on Dana Summers

    or 3 04 4. just not a job that pays a living wage or provides benifits

  6. over 8 years ago on Bloom County

    We really need rain in the Midwest. been one of the driest summers ever

  7. over 8 years ago on FoxTrot Classics

    I had a friend in college who was only 5’-3" and weighed about 110 lbs. He used to get hand me ups from his younger brothers. he also looked much younger than he was. when he turned 21 he looked like he was 14. He is about 60 now and still looks considerably younger.

  8. almost 9 years ago on [Deleted]

    It works both ways. recent studies have found that men most often marry women who are like their mothers

  9. almost 9 years ago on FoxTrot Classics

    When I graduated college it was hard to find a job in my field(like now) employment wad down 50-75% nationaly. I spent 6 months looking for that first job. meanwhile I worked in my Dad’s store. I finally got a job in November. In February my Dad had a stroke and died 2 days later. those 6 months in the store was the last time I had with him. appreciate your Dad while you have him, he can be gone before you know it.

  10. almost 9 years ago on For Better or For Worse

    When I worked at Lowes we had what was called a Code Adam. It meant that there was a child missing in the store. employees closest to the exits were to cover them to make sure the kid did not wander out, or some one other than the parent take a child out of the store. We only had one code Adam while I worked there. I found the kid wondering around the tool department. When his Mom came for him, I had never seen an expression like that on a woman’s face. A combination of relief and “I’m going to kill him!” at the same time.