First, not all stepdaughters do. Next, I'd feel better if you said, "Why do stepdaughters not GET ALONG with their stepmothers?" Hate is a strong word...and probably not the right one. But you probably didn't mean it quite that way. There's lots of dynamics going on a stepdaughter/stepmother relationship that can be tough....especially if a … Read more
Enter a Google search for payday loan companies in your area and give them a call. Many have unemployment payday loans. Be sure you repay it within the terms you agree to -- the interest can be a killer.
My Dog Has Red Swollen Eyes,we Have Taken Her To The Vets And Was Told She Probably Had An Allergy As We Have Just Laid Some New Grass Down In Our Garden,she Has Not Improved And Is Now Very Lethargic And Drooling What's Wrong? 13month Old Female
A dog's allergies can effect not only their eyes, but their digestive tracts, paws, and the mucus membranes in their mouths. In the United States, this is prime allergy season for dogs. If your vet diagnosed allergies, then that's probably what it is. If she's lethargic, she's probably got an upset tummy, or just generally … Read more
Until your trial is completed. The purpose of bail is to allow one to be free while awaiting their court date and trial. If one doesn't have the bail money, one just has to wait.
Many states treat pensions differently. But, in general, if you qualify for benefits, and are ready, willing and able to work, you can collect. Some states make no differentiation at all. Others partially offset benefits by some formula tied to your pension. In some states it makes a difference who is paying the pension. If … Read more
Swelling of the feet and ankles is caused by a build-up of fluid in the muscle tissue. That happens because of gravity (unless one has an underlying health issues). Here are some common reasons for swelling: #1 When you're on holiday, you're eating different, and much more salty, foods causing your body to retain an … Read more
If you are drawing Social Security, every state treats those benefits differently when it comes to how they effect your ability to draw Unemployment Compensation. Some offset your UC benefits dollar for dollar with your Social Security benefits; others don't take it into account at all. Here's what Massachusetts says, for example: "Do … Read more
That depends on the venue. In some areas, you will need a business license. In others, a vendor's licence. In still others, a food license. In still other areas, you won't need a license at all -- but you'll need to pay for the space. "Yeah, well, who's going to know?" you might say. Other … Read more
Yes! Yes! Yes! You are obligated to pay rent until the actual sale at foreclosure. Many states have a system whereby you can pay your rent into an escrow account through the courts to be sure it goes to the right place. If I were you, I would call the bank that's foreclosing and find … Read more
Yes, one could get scabies in that fashion because scabies are alive. Thanks for this. I may never sleep well in a hotel again. ;-) Here's the link: http://herpes-coldsores.com/std/scabies.htm#Transmission After I read this, I may never SHAKE hands with anybody ever again, either. Yikes!!
No, unfortunately, you can't. Cashier's Checks used to be as good as gold. Now, with laser printers, they are easily counterfeited and it's not nearly as easy to cash them. Money transfers have taken their place as "the only sure fire way."
I'm assuming this black strip is showing along with a normal picture. If you have a square flatscreen, almost all transmissions will have a black line at the top and bottom of the screen. If you have a wide screen TV, the black lines indicate that the program is recorded in HD. If you have … Read more
If a person or animal ate enough rat poison with Warforin in it, the blood would begin seeping from their veins and they would die. Warforin is a powerful blood thinner. Some rat poison contains other toxic substances...so it would depend upon exactly what powerful chemical was ingested. Since you have this tagged "Pets," I … Read more
Here's a quote from Cook's Thesaurus: "rice vinegar = rice wine vinegar Notes: Rice vinegars are popular in Asian and they're sweeter, milder, and less acidic than Western vinegars. They're sometimes called "rice wine vinegars," but they're made from rice, not rice wine. Most recipes that call for rice vinegar intend for you to use white rice vinegar, … Read more
Does Anyone Have A Recipe For Homemade Biscuits That Don't Need Cream Of Tartar, Or Baking Soda/powder?
I looked alllll over and couldn't find one. If you have Bisquick, though, their biscuits are great. The recipe's on the box. Good luck!
Don't touch the squirrel. I know how you feel. I would feel really bad. But squirrels are known carriers of rabies. If you were bitten, they would kill the squirrel to test it for rabies if they could catch it. If they couldn't, you would probably have to undergo a series of rabies' shots in … Read more
Truly? No one can answer that for you. Only you. If you are concerned, it might warrant a trip to the emergency room. It could be absolutely nothing. Or it could be life-threatening. I'm not a doctor, so I don't have anything to add.
If you've just had major surgery, I would ask the doctor if it was okay. Why? Well, if the surgery was on your head, neck, eyes, ears, nose, throat, liver, respiratory system or maybe some others, the strength of the solution could effect you adversely. There might be other considerations as well. Hey, what can … Read more
I'm going to assume you're a guy. ;-) Some possible reasons: #1....you're young and your testosterone level hasn't yet risen to "beard strength." #2...some men, regardless of their testosterone level, don't get beards until their mid-20's; #3...you shave it off.
Assuming you are covered under Social Security (which you should be), you may be eligible for Social Security Disability. Good news, yes? Well, hang on a minute. In general, Social Security Disability Benefits are only paid to those who cannot work for a year or more. There is also a waiting period from the time … Read more