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And everyone is wondering what is wrong with the republican party? This should answer a few questions.... Should be a no brainer for the 2016 election then.... Democrat again. This is why Mcain lost against Obama, he seemed pretty good, but when he introducted Palin as his running mate, the country was concerned th...more
The best way to ffix the issue is to hold your mouse over the offending message, In the bottom right, you will see "report" and "spam" appear on the bottom. Move to 'report'a pop up window will come up, select "send note to moderator". I would thiink if we sent enough notes they will set up a filter to prevent these...more
This seems to be a little bit difficult to do. The car is 46 years old, this mileage works out to 64,347.8 miles per year on the average (according to the article he is just over 2,960,000 miles currently = under 40,000 to go). This equates to an average of 176.2 miles per day, or 1,234 per week!!
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Some people see large companies as a dollar sign, just waiting for the company to make a mistake they can sue them for. This was not a fault of Walmart or any of its employees, it was the fault and responsibility of a 16 year old that has already been arrested for this crime. If there is any emotional residue from t...more
If the lottery can verify that it is a genuine misprint from the manufacturering process and not an altered ticket, the lottery owes the ticket owner the money. It is not the consumer's fault or responsibility to manage ticket errors that happen with the manufactuering process of the ticket.
The real issue here is that it is not a winning ticket until it is verified and redeemed by the state's lottery division. Whoever is presenting the ticket at the time it is verified is the owner. Pretty straight forward, the lottery winning ticket was "X" whoever has "X" wins.
Interesting, she must have closed the door after jumping from the car and before the collision, the fender shows compression toward the drivers door and the door appears correctly engaged in its latch. if it were open at the time of impact, it would no longer align with it's latch because of the fender pushing back ag...more