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Walt O'Reagun answered Anonymous' question

I fail to understand how you could be paranoid.

Do you think they are not giving you work, because they are "out to get" you?  I mean, why would they have hired you in the first place if that were the case?

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Nope ... still not hypocritical. They say that because they don't believe taxpayers should support people who can't make it on their own. They say the same thing about people born here, who are on government assistance. So they are being consistent.
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Walt O'Reagun answered zack leon's question

There are many cords with "rectangle shaped" plugs on the end.  Without knowing which one you are referring to, we can't answer your question.  But whatever it plugs into, will tell you what the receptacle is called ... So just to a search for "{whatever} extension cord".

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Walt O'Reagun answered N. Harmonik's question

Uhmmmm ... I think the question is stupid.

If you are born here ... Can't make a "positive contribution" (whatever that means) ... And are "sent home" - - you are still here.


Personally, I think if there are enough asylum seekers from any country - we should train them, arm them, and send them back to … Read more

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Walt O'Reagun answered Anonymous' question

NONE

Many clinics / programs can remove your weight through surgery.  But none of them will make you "stronger from the inside".  THAT is left for you to do ... Through diet and exercise.

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Walt O'Reagun answered Unique Hold's question

No.

The right thing to do would have been to discuss your issue with her BEFORE you ended it.  That's what a TRUE friend would have done.

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Walt O'Reagun voted up Gator Blu's answer

There are a few things here I need clarified. Heading to your house for sex implies you don't live together, and frankly "to have sex" implies you are not all that emotionally involved. You don't even call him your date, nevertheless a boyfriend. So it doesn't sound like you are all invested in "him" or … Read more

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Walt O'Reagun thanked Gator Blu's answer

There are a few things here I need clarified. Heading to your house for sex implies you don't live together, and frankly "to have sex" implies you are not all that emotionally involved. You don't even call him your date, nevertheless a boyfriend. So it doesn't sound like you are all invested in "him" or … Read more