pamchau

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Hey Paul is this need related to the sex education for your children?
15 years ago
Hey Paul, I can send you some of my x-rated soap. It is anatomically correct.
15 years ago
I have been buying and selling books on half.com since they first started about 2 years ago. Long before they were bought out by e-bay & have never had a problem. But before you buy, check the used books on Amazon, sometimes they are cheaper.
15 years ago
I always thought the difference between an idiot and a moron is not so much their IQ, but that idiots run the country and morons vote for them! And both eat Big Macs!
15 years ago
Can I sell my x-rated soap on your page?
15 years ago
Martha, could you please give use all some advise on selling stocks. You seem to be very good at reading the stock market and knowing just what stocks to sell when.
Also, do you have any advise on decorating a cell block on a budget? Can you give any advice on what makeup to wear when dressed in an all orange suit?
15 years ago
I think we should all go back to using languages like Perl and not use OOP at all. I have been teaching college programming classes for a while and I can tell you that the next generation of programs do not need any help being lazy, but I just the love the sound of a class when they have to learn about regular expressions! Most can't believe their eyes and they get such statifaction when they actually get a string formatted right! Oh my, I heard they are adding regular expressions to Java soon! Soon we can all learn how to make that regular expression groan!
15 years ago
Actually, I think if you fuse your world to the world of May and Susan, you get the life of some of the CEOs of some of the biggest corporations in American today. So all one has to do is look and see where they are ending up to answer your question. It sure is strange how they can gamble a whole company away and still end up with the jackpot. Even those that are getting caught are still ending up with the jackpot!
15 years ago
If you like Chinese food, you should try my husband's Pig's ear and Pork blood soup and if he is really generous, he adds fish heads. Or how about barbequed chicken's feet. In some areas they are sold in theaters like popcorn! Great snack with your movie. Having grown up in America, the first time I saw him eating such things, I thought he was crazy. But actually, they are not bad and good for you.
15 years ago
Mr. Morris, maybe if you got Dish instead of DirctTV, you wouldn't be without your TV!
I actually loved TX when I went to the University of Texas in Arlington, but I think it had to do with all the great shopping in Dallas. I had never been any place where their were so many great stores in the same mall!
I also loved the way my neighbor never watered their lawn or trees. One time some of my water got on a neighbor's lawn and she accussed me of trying to drown her lawn.
I did like the way that TX history was required, but American history was optional.
I also liked the way when a street got backed up, the Texan's in their dualies would just drive over the curb, down and then up the embackment then across any lawns that set between them and any street. It is the only place I have ever seen someone's front or back lawn become a thoroughfare.
But I think all of that goes with the RED NECK statement!
15 years ago
Hmm, I think if you look at the history of C# you will find that it came about becuase Sun sued MicroSoft over J++. MicroSoft had to stop development of J++, so they developed C# as a way to try and get even with Sun.
15 years ago
I had some neighbors (back in my college days when I was poor & not living in the best place) who just loved these papers! They would read them on the nights their were no Bingo games. Isn't it scary to think that there is this subculture of people who can't wait for the National Enquirer and play Bingo? What is even more scary is that I actually lived with these people!
15 years ago