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Your opinions and insight which you gave me in the second post are something I can’t see on Meet the Press and therfore is a valuable addition.
Again though folks, it’s talk radio/talk television and therfore is nothing more than entertainment, not news.
He does not mention half of the things that he did and said that were completely fraudulent, therfore
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And thus by having those two bites of the cherry are therfore obtaining some form of advantage (maybe criminal) for excepting money for O/T worked then by having time off as well?
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However, I do like the newbie agreeing with me; therfore I can forgive the length of this comment from our local pyromaniac.
I am neither arguing that life was so simple and uncomplicated (and therfore happy) then nor am I arguing that life is more fulfilling (and therefore happy) now.
Every year doctors/hospitals charge more for their services, therfore insurance companies pass that on in higher premiums to consumers.
October 15th, 2009 at 7: 24 pm im not sure where you can find out info. about this topic, but it would seem to me that if a baby would put things into its mouth, it can show that the baby is curious, that can show that the baby will want to be learning, therfore following up to reading, that is what makws sense to me
They say our high frequency tradeing adds no value to society and therfore we should stop doing it.
Doctors need to cover their costs for insurance, therfore the charges go up.