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    Quote Originally Posted by Lexicon View Post
    This is where the casual phrase, "I'm just playing it by ear, today," has a lot of value, I think.
    i've said this it also doesn't help she has OCDPD
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    i've said this it also doesn't help she has OCDPD
    Yeah. It's great that you've taken that into consideration & try to be patient with her. Your frustration's totally understandable, though. It's your trip, too. It won't kill her to be outside the realm of her comfort zone occasionally. It might even do her some good in the long term.
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    Quote Originally Posted by uumlau View Post
    I find the comments to often be helpful in understanding some articles. Of course, if the article is too controversial, it's probably not worth the time to sift through the crap, but otherwise I find that it's nice to get 2-3 distinctly different takes on the same article.
    I don't mind reading controversial comments when they are about different topics. I know that this one is too personal for me and yet I still read them and get upset. I don't know how to not read them though
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    Your living around my schedule? bullshit, you're the one that planned our whole vacation every fucking time we've gone anywhere you've made us 30 minutes late i tell you times every time. so no i'm actually living my life on your fucking schedule if you want a time then be ready when i say, because it's a waste of my fucking energy to figure that out. you're the one that's so fucking insecure that you have to spend 45 minutes putting on make up. how about you decide when we leave.
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    Hen is a type of chicken?
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    So I'm doing some jurisdiction code research for various architectural projects our firm has, and you would not believe just how many poorly designed websites there are out there. Do people realize a website is often the first impression people have of an entity and therefore can either attract or detract potential business?? My eyes are on the verge of bleeding right now. Oh the struggles designers must face each and every day...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Enthusiastic_Dreamer View Post
    So I'm doing some jurisdiction code research for various architectural projects our firm has, and you would not believe just how many poorly designed websites there are out there. Do people realize a website is often the first impression people have of an entity and therefore can either attract or detract potential business?? My eyes are on the verge of bleeding right now. Oh the struggles designers must face each and every day...
    If you're looking at government websites, they kind of have the monopoly on the information. As far as they are concerned you can just count your lucky stars that you don't have to go to city hall and check out microfiche to find out what you need to know. I do web stuff, I do feel your pain.

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    I'm personifying the months of the year (the "type my characters" thread), and I love finding pictures for them. It's really frustrating though. When I search for pictures, all I get are a bunch of pretty, tumblr-y white girls. I want my months to be racially diverse! Why can't there be pictures of African-American girls wearing fall sweaters and staring thoughtfully out ice-frosted windows, or Latina girls dancing under the sun on a spring day?
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    Quote Originally Posted by themightyfetus View Post
    I'm personifying the months of the year (the "type my characters" thread), and I love finding pictures for them. It's really frustrating though. When I search for pictures, all I get are a bunch of pretty, tumblr-y white girls. I want my months to be racially diverse! Why can't there be pictures of African-American girls wearing fall sweaters and staring thoughtfully out ice-frosted windows, or Latina girls dancing under the sun on a spring day?
    That's what imagination is for.
    Why do you think my characters are so diverse? :P
    And my cartoons too? I avoid Tumblr like the plague, and I don't expect to find an exact Ricky lookalike there anytime soon. Or a Mick one. And he's Irish.
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    Quote Originally Posted by themightyfetus View Post
    I'm personifying the months of the year (the "type my characters" thread), and I love finding pictures for them. It's really frustrating though. When I search for pictures, all I get are a bunch of pretty, tumblr-y white girls. I want my months to be racially diverse! Why can't there be pictures of African-American girls wearing fall sweaters and staring thoughtfully out ice-frosted windows, or Latina girls dancing under the sun on a spring day?
    If you can't find pictures of Latina girls dancing, you're not looking very hard.
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