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Many times, the grieving want to talk about their loved one. Unfortunately, people often avoid mentioning the deceased's name in the mistaken belief that it will increase the pain. Let them talk about what happened when so&so was five, their favorite activity, the...more
Muslims are not listed as part of the exemptions to this policy. Exemptions include Amish, Mennonites, Annibaptists, and others who believe that Jesus' words "no part of the world" applies to them in a literal sense. Therefore, except in certain circumstances, they do not pay taxes. However, they also do not collect...more
Many years ago, Sears, Roebuck, was cutting edge. When "indoor plumbing" was still a new concept, Sears sold everything needed for installation. They were among the first stores to sell radios, TV's, appliances, etc.
Now they have too many departments, none of which are "cutting edge." They need to re-evaluate wh...more
When I was a child, an amusement park and safari (now Six Flags Great Adventure), was built down the road from my family's home. Traffic backed up, and tourists used our front yard as their personal garbage dump. All spring, summer, and fall, we picked up bottles, cans, dirty diapers, (can you believe it? How disgus...more
Hire two different home inspectors. Our first house had an inspector that reported minor storm damage to the roof, which had been fixed. He said the roof was no longer leaking.
Our first rainstorm - we may as well have been outside. Water poured in through the roof! The inspection wasn't worth the paper it was...more
A few suggestions: If you're living on an extremely low budget, here's a few suggestions.
DHHR (Dept of Health & Human Resources). Find the one for your county (listed in the blue pages of your local phone book), and ask if you qualify for assistance. They may be able to help with food stamps, WIC, home heating...more
In 2005 I had to have kidney surgery. Unfortunately, a few months before the procedure, my employer made some changes to their health insurance, including going to an 80/20 plan for hospital stays. The employee's 20% had a cap of $2,500/year per person.
Unfortunately, the cap did not apply to outpatient service...more
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