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HerNameIsBuffy

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7 minutes ago, MarblesMom said:

Faithful, funny and smart...

Those two must be on sale because they should be worth a lot more.  

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WhatWouldJohnCrichtonDo?

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I ditto what @MarblesMom said. $5 on faithful, funny, and smart.

Now I have questions. How do I get $10 to spend? How much would "kind" add to my total? "Generous"? "Emotionally stable and aware"? Hmm....

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LadyCrow1313

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20 hours ago, WhatWouldJohnCrichtonDo? said:

I ditto what @MarblesMom said. $5 on faithful, funny, and smart.

Now I have questions. How do I get $10 to spend? How much would "kind" add to my total? "Generous"? "Emotionally stable and aware"? Hmm....

You could always convert to Mormonism & have more than 1 partner.  ;) 

For my $5: faithful, funny, smart. I sense a trend here...

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HerNameIsBuffy

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13 hours ago, LadyCrow1313 said:

You could always convert to Mormonism & have more than 1 partner.  ;) 

For my $5: faithful, funny, smart. I sense a trend here...

Yeah.  Apparently I'm the only pervert.  That's fine...I'm unashamed :) 

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catlady

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If Wealthy could be changed to FinanciallyStable, that would be a better option.    GoodLooking and GreatBody seem mostly redundant.  Considerate should be on the list; what good is Smart (my first selection) if he's a self centered ass?

oh dear, I didn't mean to wreck the game.  Count me in with funny and smart.

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HerNameIsBuffy

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I tend to like self centered asses so I'm probably not the one to ask lol.  And I think good looking/great body are different.  I'm way less particular about a guys body than his face.  and his face doesn't have to be conventionally handsome, just one I think is good looking.

you didn't wreck it - you're helping improve it to make a less shallow version!

funny and smart it is!  where are your other $3 going?

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Local Gorilla

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OoOo fun game!

Wealthy $3-

Funny $1-

No kids $1-

Score!  ...I may stand alone, but I am in need of a sugar daddy to fund my medium-stakes poker habit. And he MUST have a good sense of humor, so that he will laugh when I leave him.

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ALM7

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I must admit, I hit it out of the ball park with my partner.  My ideal woman of 27 years cost me 18 bucks (she was and is everything, but tall).  Even her teen adjusted to my quirky ways! 

If I saw her today, for the first time, I would start out with...

Funny, Smart and Faithful. 

...Which she has always been.

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singsingsing

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Faithful, funny, and smart. Then teaching him to be good in bed would be a fun project. If he's faithful and smart, I'm sure he'll catch on, ahaha.

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HideousGreenShirt

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I'm late to this but no kids, tall and wealthy. I'd switch wealthy for kind if it was an option!

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ladyamylynn

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Faithful, and smart are absolutes. He'd have to be either tall or funny. 

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    • Does anybody have any clue about the "depravity" that supposedly tainted her personal life? Did she and her husband get it on while he was married to someone else? She's laying it on a tad bit thick here.

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    • Anonymousguest

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      I wonder if they requested Karen to leave.

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    • 7 hours ago, [email protected] said:

      I read that the parents were, shall we say, upset during the court hearing today because the announcement in court that the new scans were disheartening and sad was the first that they had heard of this news. If this is true then that's appalling. Common courtesy should dictate that the parents are given the test results before a public announcement surely?

      I wondered about that too. If the relations between the doctors treating Charlie and the parents have broken down so badly that they are not getting test results then that is a major problem. I don't know what you do if the parents are basically refusing to talk with you though - find a neutral medical professional and get them to go through the results in a room with their lawyer?

      Even then I don't think the parents will accept anything they don't want to hear. 

      9 hours ago, EmainMacha said:

      http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-40691478

      Death threats and abuse directed at GOSH staff and impacting other patients and their families. This is just insane. 

       

      Insane is an understatement. Who the hell harrasses families of children who are undergoing treatment because they disagree with decisions made by the hospital about another unrelated child? Who the hell harrasses staff at a very large children's hospital to begin with? The likelihood that the staff being harrassed are treating Charlie is pretty low given how many staff and departments are there. I don't get some people.

       

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    • Independent Spirit

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      2 hours ago, lomo6 said:

      @Independent Spirit - Were any of these programs considered to be rehab of sorts for wayward teens? That's always how ALERT is referred to here, but not sure where that interpretation originated. 

      I didn't ever have the impression that ALERT was for wayward "fellas" (as Gothard called them.) Rather, it was more like a pseudo-military training program--perhaps a Gothard-approved alternative to the real military, which was outside of his control and sphere of influence. It was more like Gothard's attempt to have a program for everything, so that ATI members never had to live in the real world. There were several  other ATI programs that were known for being intended for troubled youth, though (either ATI students or not.) Pretty much all of the programs required hefty fees and lots of free labor on the part of participants. Such programs included Refine (for girls who needed to develop a "servant's heart" via lots of homemaker-type labor at one of the training centers,) Life Focus (for ATI boys,) and the Log Cabin program (for troubled youth outside ATI families.) There is more information about these programs on the blog Recovering Grace, which was very helpful to me as I recovered from  the toxic teachings of ATI.

      Anyway, Journey to the Heart wasn't necessarily targeted at wayward teens, but it seemed to me that its goal was to provoke confessions from people who had spent about ten days under intense peer pressure and emotional manipulation (when everyone around you is confessing sins such as a prideful heart or an independent spirit,  for example, it looks suspicious when you don't dig up something terrible from your own heart.) I was never required to go, but I could see why others might have been. If a parent sniffed out a whiff of an undesirable attitude, there might be a "heart problem" to be addressed.

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    • LovelyLuna

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      My mom (62) is left handed but was hit with a ruler in primary school until she wrote with her right hand.  She now does a mix of both depending on the activity.  I thought this practice was phased out way before the 90’s.  I’m sorry for all of you. 

      Both of her children are Right handed.

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