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  2. Meggo

    John David and Abbie 7: Happiness Continues

    I'm good with books. I'm good with experiences (of all varieties). And you don't HAVE to get my kid anything - really. If you want to send him a card - he would be absolutely delighted. Throw in a few stickers - even better. But - directed to my mom's cousin who insists on "buying" my son things - don't scrounge around in your old AVON stuff to find something at that 6 year old boy might like. She also gave him (at age 4) a stack of cards that she'd stamped. For birthdays, etc. Her expectation - she told me as much - was that he'd hang on to them until he was a grown up and then would send them out to people. He was FOUR. This year -for his birthday - he got a coffee mug that was made to look like a Christmas drum, with a scary teddy bear inside the mug. And two packets of hot cocoa that she clearly had around the house. Really - I have ZERO expectation that this woman would give my son something for any holiday. ZERO. She doesn't have to do anything. So please stop with the garage sale rejects. Or the cheapest quality toy you can find that will break before we get home. He doesn't NEED anymore toys. I also don't want her to do any experience things because that means I'd have to experience HER and I try to limit that. She's nuts.
  3. fraurosena

    Mueller Investigation Part 2: Release The Report

    I haven't seen the press co, but apparently it's a doozy. However, it seems he presidunce is still mighty troubled by the release of Barr's Obfuscation Report:
  4. Black Aliss

    Maxwell 30: Buying a Vest Debt Free

    I'm sure the nice lady meant it as a compliment. Not to be confused with a complement, as in See how that works, Sarah? (Or, rather, see how that works, Steve? You might let Sarah know.) A useful way to remember this* is that a complement enhances something else. Or, a compliment is the opposite of an insult. *What some call a mnemonic, which is probably not a word encountered in the Abeka vocabulary worksheets.
  5. How do you pronounce crappie there? We pronounce it CRAW-pee here, and it's always fun when someone comes in from out of state or we hear it on TV pronounced "Crappy".
  6. Lori's delete finger is up and going for the day. Gotta delete scripture before any of her readers see it and start thinking for themselves. Too bad for Lori, my screen grab finger is faster. 😉
  7. No - closer to Detroit. Toronto would be great - but I'm a good four hours from there.
  8. Alisamer

    The adventures of Beansie

    You guys are ALL amazing and I love it. When I get him printed and cut here I'm going to leave the space between his legs solid so the easel stand will have a place to attach. Not as nice looking as a fully cut-out one, but able to stand on his own!
  9. Screamapillar

    Dillards 75: Keep the Food Out of the Bathroom

    The builders' site was really easy to find based on Jill's picture of them in front of the sold sign and the town they're in. If I was a public figure of any kind, however minor, I would be a lot more careful about things like that.
  10. From Rachael Jeffs' Facebook https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=2453331721554407&id=1908200149400903&sfnsn=mo Warren's a POS in every possible way.
  11. CharlieInCharge

    Dillards 75: Keep the Food Out of the Bathroom

    Honestly, I’m surprised by the lack of Duggar boys doing construction in any of these photos. Do they or do they not build/rehab houses as a business? Were none of her family involved in this at all? If they were it seems strange to leave them out of all the pictures. I don’t usually buy the isolated-Jill talk, but dang! Edited to add thought - And her dad is in real estate, but they bought land through some random broker? This whole thing is so weird and unusual in her family.
  12. medimus

    JinJer 48: California Love

    Perhaps the EU has something to do with it then. My bill was similar in Belgium.
  13. SilverBeach

    Mueller Investigation Part 2: Release The Report

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/powerpost/paloma/daily-202/2019/04/18/daily-202-legal-experts-will-read-the-obstruction-section-first-10-things-to-watch-as-the-mueller-report-drops/5cb74fe01ad2e5345893fe29/?utm_term=.6d71c07f8634 Interesting context for the release due later today.
  14. MayMay1123

    The adventures of Beansie

    Beansie is ready for spring break
  15. I saw this posted on twitter and you guys would appreciate it here. It warms my heart to think of all of the little fundies who were exposed to Conan thanks to him. 😂
  16. AmazonGrace

    Lady Lydia: Still Living in an Alternate Universe

    Ladies, if you wear t-shirts, jeans and sneakers, your kids and grandkids won't learn to understand colors. Because t-shirts only come in one color. She justifies so much. I mean, she does seem to sew a new dress for herself every other day and can't possibly wear them all in her life. But so what, all she needed to say is she likes sewing and that would be fine. Everyone can have a hobby. But no, of course there must be something wrong with women who don't want as many new dresses as she does.
  17. JillyO

    JinJer 48: California Love

    The cost of phone plans really varies a lot between countries. In Germany, my phone plan with a major carrier cost 20 euros per month, and it included everything (unlimited calls, texts, and more data than I ever used). If I'd gone through one of the discount providers like Aldi talk, it would have only been something like 10 euros. Here in the US, we're on a family plan and it's still $35 per person. My individual plan would cost upwards up $45 (easily up to $60 or $70 depending on your carrier).
  18. JermajestyDuggar

    Dillards 75: Keep the Food Out of the Bathroom

    The house was likely not that expensive to build. Nothing is high end. The countertops look laminate, the appliances are mid grade, no basement, you can easily hide low grade cabinetry with white paint, small square footage, and only the front is brick. I can’t tell if the carpet is low or mid grade but I’m betting it is. *I am not ripping on these types of homes!* I just wanted to point this out since he’s in law school and it seems crazy to build a house when the husband is Not working and the wife is a SAHM who makes her money doing ads on Instagram. What I’m saying is that this was not an expensive home to build before people start asking “how could they afford this?”
  19. There's like a million pictures in that blog post, but the gist is: They bought the plot of land several months ago and were busy building their house and leaving obnoxious bible verses in English and Spanish on every surface since. Looks like it's pretty much ready now. Here are some pictures of the completed house:
  20. zygote373

    Dillards 75: Keep the Food Out of the Bathroom

    Thank god it wasn’t a pregnancy announcement.
  21. Do you think Jilly could go even one day without taking a selfie??? The ego is huge with this one. It is definitely all about her, no matter the topic. Ugh.
  22. ViolaSebastian

    Fire at Paris's Notre Dame Cathedral

    @LilMissMetaphor, that was kind of my reaction as well. I can (and trust me, I do) feel upset and badly about multiple things at once. I don't feel like feeling badly about Notre Dame takes away from feeling badly about terrorism, or children in cages, or the various clusterfucks going on in my home city and state. I understand that people don't care enough about tragedies that happen to members of the African-American community and other communities. At the same time, I don't think that caring and support has to be a zero-sum game.
  23. LittleOwl

    Dillards 75: Keep the Food Out of the Bathroom

    Thanks @MiddleAgedLady. I saw this on twitter and thought that is the least exciting news.... wedges and ketchup.
  24. Today
  25. Yes, the videos are all in her nice, neat bedroom. Not in a tent. LOL. I giggle like she did. Well, she also wears the same thing for every video so I guess that's one way she can show she practices SOME things she preaches. If we caught her wearing different things we could say maybe she DOES go clothes shopping more often. Did she ever say that buying new clothes was one of her "cut expenses" ideas? She's mentioned going without electricity, phone, running water, and "living in a tent". But what does a SAHM do all day with her kids in a tent? Especially in the winter, when you can't wash your clothes in the closest body of water you can find because it's ice. Oh yeah, she doesn't live where it's "winter", but aren't there earthquakes and hurricanes to knock down the tent easily?
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