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Tom Jackson answered Ronald Whitmore's question

As a service to future generations, please list any new foods she has been eating for the last 4 days.

If you are still dealing with this in January, ask us again then.

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Tom Jackson answered Otis Campbell's question

Well, while it may perhaps be unfortunate, it would seem that your opinion would be the most accurate in this case.

If I were you, I would take another look at what your expectations are for this relationship when and if you marry.

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Tom Jackson answered Daniel Matthy's question

Making the perfect sandwich and then having your wife come up and ask for the last bite.

I would suggest a prenup to deal with this issue alone---even if you agree on everything else.

On the upside, after about 30 years, you become more willing to give her that last bite; and she becomes more unlikely to … Read more

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Tom Jackson answered Anonymous' question

Carrier has been in the news.

Perhaps AC's installed within the Arctic Circle and on Antarctica would work---assuming we can find a place to exhaust the warm air.

(Hey, if Archimedes can say "Give me a lever and a place to stand and I will move the earth," then I can day-dream.)

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Tom Jackson commented on star gazing's answer
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