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Aimee Harper
Army Brat, Preacher's Kid and all Harper ;)
Army Brat, Preacher's Kid and all Harper ;)
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Please read this. This is my life. I may not be suicidal, but I'm not living any kind of decent life, either.

I found a game that you'll really enjoy. And it's free! Download Solitaire for Android! Get it at http://www.mobilityware.com/taf1.php Standard solitaire, special daily challenge. Looks just like the old solitaire on your desktop. Also available, FreeCell solitaire, both under same g+ game nickname and FREE! :)

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An excellent, clear-headed look at Islamism by a Muslim who is "born and bred", as she puts it, in a secular democracy of the West. Excellent writing, and excellent grasp of history. I don't usually recommend articles like this, but this one is worth reading.

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I love Da Vinci watercolors... now to try their Acrylics! :)

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Awesome colors & quality, excellent prices! (I've bought this brand on Blick Art Supply's website, primarily. Very good quality!

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Very clever and simple concept. One question...how do uninfected mosquitoes reduce reproduction rates and infection rates? Do they out-compete the dangerous ones? (Ok, that's two questions...lol)

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Well, this is quite revealing. The news shows blather on about big, angry, head-butting Billy goats (apologies to the goats) while a newspaper (what's that??) makes an end run around "news" programs and stealths in a "hit piece" (is that like a smoking gun?) about the relatively under reported Rubio. Hmm...who are they aiming this bit of politics disguised as journalism at, one wonders? Perhaps the older voters who want to see an older president in hopes that age will equal wisdom? There are many possibilities, but obviously, Rubio is seen as more of a threat than the circus parading around Iowa at the moment.

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The author of this article is dead-on right. Monopolies on Rx drugs and more in the medical field lead to drugs being dropped from insurance co formulary lists and to people like me paying, at best prices found, $600 to $1000 per MONTH for daily dose medications. Prices are going up again, after having a brief break by the generics for at least 3 drugs becoming available, and two others going "over the counter". But it's about to get much worse. Companies boycotting Israel have caused interruptions in the availability of drugs manufactured there (which are very safe) and leading to other generics made in countries with less regulatory or safety features such as Pakistan or Mexico. Next time you buy OTC, look at the package to see where it was manufactured! Final thought: who chose the photo at the beginning of this article? And are they aware that showing a hydrocodone pain medication is highly ironic considering all the new restrictions Obamacare & DEA have placed on opiates formerly considered to be relatively safe?!!

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Blick Art Supply online is both professional and pleasant to look at compared to some other very cluttered art sites. If I want to see a catalog cover, I'll get a catalog! Blick has even implemented suggestions from customer surveys, which is a rarity. They have unrivaled customer service, and they are my go-to art supply online store for everything from gifts for my nephews to professional quality paints!
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