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  1. 1 day ago on For Better or For Worse

    Take out can get expensive. On top of that, Elly is the bottom woman on the totem pole. She will need more experience, time and know-how to command higher pay.

  2. 1 day ago on For Better or For Worse

    It is time for Elizabeth to grow up. We saw this when her father demanded to know that she was being responsible with her allowance money. In this case Elizabeth’s mother expects her to help out around the house and that certain chores be completed upon Elly’s return from work. Elizabeth did not do that. In the service that was called (for lack of a better term) screwing your buddy. Elizabeth needs to understand she is part of a family. There will come a time when she gives birth to children of her own. The sooner she is a part of the Patterson family, the better prepared she will be to part of whatever family Elizabeth marries into.

  3. 3 days ago on For Better or For Worse

    “Duty, the sublimest word in the English language. Do your duty in all things. You can not do any more; you should never hope to do any less.” -Robert E. Lee

  4. 7 days ago on For Better or For Worse

    Saw a lot of commentors fretting about Lawrence. Also sure did not hear any “just a comic” comments several years ago when Mrs. Baird (Farley’s original owner and the Pattersons’ next door neighbor) passed away.

  5. 9 days ago on For Better or For Worse

    I took notice of the effects of gambling. As a boy I worked in a lumberyard. Ranchers would deposit their cattle in the nearby stockyards, and I would load their trucks with lumber, fence posts, chicken wire, et cetera for their trip home.

    At the time, gambling was illegal in the state where I was born. However, I lived in a tri-state area where it was a quick trip to the state north of me, which had horse racing, or the state west of me, which had dog racing.

    Most of the men I worked with earned minimum wage or a little more. Many of them had large families to support. And yet, every Saturday night (when I collected my pay) the majority of my coworkers cashed their paychecks and headed north to bet on the “ponies” or west to bet on the “puppies”, always with hopes of winning the trifecta.

    Usually, they lost. Occasionally, they won a little. And yet every Monday morning I would hear my compatriots complain about how their bills could not be paid, how their utilities were about to be cut off, or how they could not afford milk for their children. The link between gambling and poverty has always crossed my mind.

  6. 9 days ago on For Better or For Worse

    To be fair, Elly never explicitly said His name. One must also address Him when communicating. If not done properly, then Elly might as well be talking to the window.

  7. 9 days ago on For Better or For Worse

    Sure hope you can also deal with the attention of so many people calling you whom you may not have heard from for years prior to this as well as discovering long-lost relatives.

  8. 9 days ago on For Better or For Worse

    There was a series of commercials like that; one showed a woman tap dancing on the coffee table, which broke. Another showed a man buying from a website called “Unfinished Furniture” and getting a log, then having his wife call him a dingbat. Yet another showed a woman taking a chainsaw to the home’s furniture, only for her husband to say “The offer said we might win $10 million”.

    The tagline for all of them was “Time for new furniture?”

  9. 11 days ago on For Better or For Worse

    There is often a tremendous cost with fame and fortune. “For what does it profit a man {or woman} if he {she} gains the world but loses his {or her} soul?” -Mark 8:36

  10. 11 days ago on For Better or For Worse

    Elly has no experience. This is a good way for her to get some. If government is going to be so restrictive that she can’t volunteer for a short time, then all the minimum wage law has done is shut out the poorest and least skilled people from gaining entry into the workforce.