Kathleen 2's Comments

I live in Delaware, which has some perks, mainly I'm 25 mins from Philadelphia, and a 1-2 hours from DC, Baltimore, and NYC. However, I would really like to live somewhere with mountains such as Colorado or Oregon. Cities are nice, but I like the great outdoors better.
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I've been on an overnight cruise through the Milford sound. Definitely a beautiful place. NZ is an affordable place to trek about, if you can afford the flight to get there. It's a small country, but that is kind of a benefit b/c there's so much to see and it doesn't take that long to get from one gorgeous natural attraction to the next...Mountains, Sounds, Geysers, Beaches, etc. There's great fun to be had: sand tobogganing, white water rafting, sky diving, bungee jumping, skiing, snowboarding, etc.
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uhhh...you might want to revisit that post Alex. What are you implying by the title of "Victims of the Economic Crisis". As pointed out above, some caused the crisis, and many of those companies stil exist...AIG still exists, Circuit City still exists. Also pointed out by other commenters...many of them failed due to their own faults. If you're going to post an image like that, you really need to explain what you're implying.
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I got a 25%, haha.

On a related note though. Who else loves the rasin brand commercial where they argue what is the best part of the cereal and the one guy says he likes that it says 'Ello on the box as in ello governor. (the ello is within in the Kellog's logo)

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I got an 83%, but I have been using Office 2007 for about 5 months now. I really dislike that microsoft replaces a lot of the words with icons in their drop down menu, and the fact that they moved some stuff. Very annoying. But once you do find the function you're looking for it usually works.
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Since gas is so expensive, why not read about someone else's travels instead of spending the money to take your own trip. I personally love comedic travel stories. My favorite are by J. Maarten Troost. His two books are "The Sex Lives of Canibals: Adrift in the Equatorial Pacific" and "Getting stoned with Savages: A Trip Through the Islands of Fiji and Vanuatu". Don't let the titles scare you, his experiences will have you laughing out loud while you read (better take these out of the library).
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I would like to do my part in lowering demand by riding my bike to work. Makes sense, it's only 8 miles away, and I own a bike. Unfortunately, there's no safe route for me to take on my bike. SO I'll keep paying the high gas prices to avoid getting hit by a car while I'm riding my bike to work, those would be some expensive medical bills, and it would hurt quite a bit.
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I support this law. Any law that eliminates distractions is fine by me. I don't need someone rear ending me because fido was distracting them.

I also agree with the comments about protecting the pets. I've never owned a cat or dog, but I imagine I would want them safely securred somewhere (in a carrier or something) while driving.
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