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Gator Blu answered Refreshme Refreshme's question

You have heard the saying opposites attract? Living proof right here. On average 3-5 times a day, mostly minor stuff. We've been married 20 years. Together another 15 months before that. It would be boring if we agreed on  everything.

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Gator Blu answered zack leon's question

Your enamel might be wearing thing. Use Sensodyne toothpaste, and ACT restoring mouthwash. And quit chewing gum. It is really bad for your teeth, even the sugarless gum is bad.

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Gator Blu answered Anonymous' question

The teens are a hard time to define emotionally.  Sometimes you have too many feelings and others you just feel numb. It is perfectly normal, as long as you don't "set up shop" in the numb feelings. When you are feeling that way and it drags on a bit, go do something you enjoy.

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Gator Blu answered Khauri Stewart's question

Happy birthday! Hmm. It depends on what you like. I myself don't like sugary sweet drinks, so I usually go for sour and salty, like a margarita. But since it is your birthday and your 21st at that, I say go big. Get a flaming Dr. Pepper. It actually tastes like Dr. Pepper.

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Gator Blu answered Anonymous' question

Ecology is the scientific study of living things and their relationship with their environment. So which population are you talking about? Global? Regional? National? Local? I am presuming you mean the human population, but we have different ecological problems in different areas. Air pollution in China is much worse that that of Iceland. There are … Read more

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Gator Blu commented on Yin and Yang's answer
Actually there are two forms she should have, the living will and a medical power of attorney. A living will only concerns deathbed concerns. A medical or durable healthcare power of attorney concerns all healthcare decisions while the person is incapable of making their own. We had to do this for my father-in-law.
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Gator Blu answered Refreshme Refreshme's question

Pop-up timers are pretty simple machines. They're normally composed of a pop-up stick (usually plastic) attached to a spring and held in place by a blob of food-grade soft metal or wax at the bottom of the timer.  These three parts are held in a plastic casing. When the correct temperature is reached, the melted … Read more

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Gator Blu commented on Yin and Yang's answer
I know you are disaopointed, but I have a suggestion. I had a friend who got married and didn't tell anyone. A year later they had a ceremony and reception. Maybe your daughter will go for that.