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leeza does that mean lady chatterlys lover :)

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new FEMA guidelines! b o r i n g!!

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Wee Wonderfuls: 24 Dolls to Sew and Love

I'm not really reading it so much as wishing to hurl it across the room. My wee nieces need Christmas presents and I'm determined to find the time to make them.

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Apparently not only the ASME BPVC section IX, but the B31.1 and the B31.3 as well. This is looking to be a HEAVY month ahead.

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OK, back to the books, just finished Bloodsucking Fiends, a decent romp by Christopher Moore, while working on 3 non-fiction books. Back to the serious stuff now...

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Somebody needs to turn the page on Mr H, he appears to be skipping....

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To the two crying that the right to sue someone for pain and suffering isn't a right, let's hear you when you lose a leg or are disabled due to no fault of your own and workmanship compensation doesn't cover your change of life style, and your employer fires you because you can no longer do the job.

This is why you have the right to sue, because you are damaged and the government cannot take care of your every need. And yes, we have the need to work.

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Like!

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When I enlisted, I wanted to ensure everyone had the right to a paycheck (even if they were lazy and didn't actually want to EARN it) as well as the right to criticize all who are successful for not sharing their wealth with those unwilling to make it on their own.

Now I am off to read up on "At-will" employment policies.

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I have two very close friends who serve in our armed forces. When I asked why they sacrifice and serve, both said that it's to insure that all Americans can continue to exercise their constitutional right to sue because of injury. As we've all learned in H.S. history class, much blood has been spilled around the globe in order to protect this inalienable right.

I think when I'm done reading Unbroken, I'm going to read the U.S. Constitution and the Bill Of Rights, but just the sections on tort law and litigation.

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