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Baby Thor

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DaniLouisiana

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I love when they sleep with their tongue poking out! Just sooo cute!

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feministxtian

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Good grief...the jelly bean is still tres adorbs...What is up with that? I think it's kinda like human babies...they're made just so adorable that when they turn into teenagers you don't want to just punt them out in the night...

Speaking of...got a set of 2 year old feline twins that may or may not get turned into kitty paw pie after last night...

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Mela99

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I don't have the words for what a snuggly little handsome smooch he is. I just wanna smother him with kisses and give him all the milk and cheese a kitty could eat.

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CorruptionInc.

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I am loving his bow tie! It suits him so much!
My how he has grown - he looks so happy and content. Such a handsome boy!

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    • Loveday

      Posted (edited)

      @usmcmom, the only time I buy something at the Navy Exchange is when it's on clearance, and then there's a 50% off the clearance price promo going on, usually on a holiday weekend. I've scored several Vera Bradley bags in the past few years for well under $20 that way. I've gotten a couple pairs of Converse that cheap, too, although they're getting harder to find on the clearance tables. The exchanges really seem to cater more to higher level officers and their families these days, than to the average enlisted families. 

      Edited by Loveday
      didn't really edit anything, hit the edit button by mistake! D'oh!
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    • OldFadedStar

      Posted

      12 minutes ago, usmcmom said:

      When I visited the PX while visiting my son on base, I was really surprised at the merchandise. It was mainly high end items, like Downey and Burke purses and designer brand clothing. Granted, the prices are typically about 20% cheaper than civilian stores and there is no sales tax. Still, I found myself wondering how young families on military pay could afford such things. I did treat myself to a Vera Bradley tote bag but I was expecting the merchandise to be more moderate. 

       

      Imagine living in Japan and only having access to a NEX for clothing, as you were slightly too big for Japanese sized clothes. And I'm not talking overweight... I'm talking like a size 8 and medium shirt. 

      This is why I'd spend like 500 dollars shopping each time I came back to the states. The only jeans my nex sold was True Religion or similar styles. 

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    • CelticGoddess

      Posted

      3 hours ago, usmcmom said:

      My husband once had to fire someone who happened to live in our neighborhood. The man he fired did not have all of his office keys, etc with him so Human Resources told him he could just drop it by our house - where I happened to be alone through the day with two small children. They called me to tell me this arrangement. I called my husband and asked him to put a stop to that plan NOW. I did not want a disgruntled ex-emploeee showing up on my doorstep. USMCDAD called the HR office and ripped them a new one. 

      No snark at all - Ken is foolish for putting his address on the internet like that when his wife is often home alone - sometimes caring for her grandkids. He should list email and phone number only and if he needs to meet with someone, make arrangements in such a way that does not include publicizing his address. 

      But what do I know - Ken knows all about being the protector and provider and laying down his life...blah, blah, blah.  I'm just a foolish woman. 

      My husband owns a business, knife sharpening and he sells knives and shooting targets.  He has a PO Box and he has a website.  He doesn't use our home address, because it is just stupid.  When he has a sharpening job, he will either meet the client at a neutral location or go to their business (he does a lot of sheers for groomers).  The only client that knows our address happens to be our neighbor.  Because he isn't stupid.  Unlike Ken.  

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    • usmcmom

      Posted

      My in-laws received their prescription medication "free" through retiree benefits. The catch was that they had to drive three hours to the nearest base to get them. The last few years, it has been necessary for someone to drive them and we have been trying to convince them to switch to mail order, the cost of which would equal the gas expense of the drive and their meals on the road. 

      They also had access to the commissary on these trips. The first time I drove them down, I was expecting them to really stock up on groceries. They boought...one roll of paper towels. :roll: Three hours one way and we spent twenty minutes in the pharmacy and bought some Bounty. 

      When I visited the PX while visiting my son on base, I was really surprised at the merchandise. It was mainly high end items, like Downey and Burke purses and designer brand clothing. Granted, the prices are typically about 20% cheaper than civilian stores and there is no sales tax. Still, I found myself wondering how young families on military pay could afford such things. I did treat myself to a Vera Bradley tote bag but I was expecting the merchandise to be more moderate. 

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    • brusselsgriffon

      Posted

      2 hours ago, Kittikatz said:

      Not going to speculate, but I'd be inclined to bet on Dwrek hiding quite a bit. Some of the replies to his tweets (esp the Jazz bullying) have been from people who claim to have been at OSU with him. Several strongly implied that Derick was the last person to be talking. Not sure if any of it's real, but a whole lot of ultra controling religious types have some very bad skeletons in their personal closets. It will be interesting to see what comes out in the future.

      Do you mind sharing the tweets from his OSU classmates? I've been reading his twitter replies and didn't see any like that, although there are sooo many people tweeting at him and telling him what an idiot he is that it takes awhile to go through them!! (Some of the replies to his tweets are pretty cruel btw and I almost start feeling sorry for him. Then I remember the things he says.) 

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