All these politicos have a certain amount of personal charm to even be in the business at all, but as you said, she would have that desire to be a climber also, as all politicos do to some extent. I know that many like Hilary, but from the first ti
The best part about that pseudo rant you'd posted was that it was generated without her Nails-On-the Blackboard screechy/sarcastic VOICE! Sorry.. but I disagree with you. Sarah is/was a cheap little "climber" straight out of High School/
I think I might like Sarah on a personal level as visiting with her in a coffee shop. But she just got in way over her head with no idea that she had done that. I just wish she would go back to citi or town politics which is about as deep as she shou
Originally Posted By: MrB"Now we must continuously strived to protect those ideals that we need.ls that we need. undermine the very freedoms that we need.ers gave Americans great latitude. Now we must continue to protect those ideals that we nee
As I've heard her say "Now we must continuously strived to protect those ideals that we need.ls that we need. undermine the very freedoms that we need.ers gave Americans great latitude. Now we must continue to protect those ideals that we need.t
Originally Posted By: AcumowchekFunny, isn't it? Pretty much the only reason any of us were/are here, is because of Apple. Wish I owned some stock. Funny: When I first joined MacWorld we used to kid about buying Single Shares @ $3.50 a share or
those 2 WERE taken OutSide (...but on the shade side of s stockade fence) That's where I released him once his wings were dry. He stuck around for about an hour stretching various parts of his anatomy and sipping nectar...and I didn't get one de
Not my photo. It is one of a whole mob of photos taken with remote cameras in each of more than one hundred national park locations in Australia. Celandine, your photos would be better if you played with them a little in software. Photoshop or t
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