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  1. Eric & Leida: Put It In Proper

    The donation of an egg or sperm does not a parent make.
  2. And this year's winner of the "Biggest Nostrils" Award is . . . .
  3. All Episodes Talk: All Rise

    I used to work for a utility company. Judge Judy made some assumptions as to who could have a bill in their name, and not all of them were correct. - Ex-husband could likely not have put her new bill in his name if they were married and left a bill owing at the old place. If he benefitted from the electricity at the old place (and the power company could have asked for documentation to prove they were divorced before she lived there . . . which they weren't), he would be unable to put power in his name at her new place until the old bill was paid. And the power company may very well have asked for a lease with his name on it, if he were to have the bill in his name. The alternate would be for someone to "guarantee" the payments. - Cousin may have guaranteed the payments in the new place, but her name is still listed as tenant and first responsible party. It's like cosigning for a car loan. They want the driver (resident) to pay, but they're gonna go after the cosigner if the primary doesn't pay. Let's watch for the cousin to show up in a few months, suing for the unpaid utility bills. Current plaintiff will be the defendant. At least that's how our company did it.
  4. It's been over 51 years since my last pregnancy, so what you're saying about how they now date pregnancies is correct. You ARE actually pregnant during the first two weeks, but the counting process has apparently changed since "my time." We never went with "weeks" . . . we stuck with "months." Your explanation makes it understandable why I've seen women on TV say, "I'm ____ weeks and _____ days pregnant." That always confused me before, since I couldn't figure out how they knew what exact day they ovulated. They were actually talking about counting from the first day of their last period. Thanks!
  5. S06.E03: Old Habits Die Hard

    If they're renting the RV, she likely can't smoke in it either. And it's expensive just to rent one and pay for the gas. We find hotels to be more cost- and labor-efficient for us. We don't like all the set-up and breakdown necessary to get into an RV park, as well as the expectation we'd actually cook and eat in the RV. That doesn't sound like a vacation to me, but we have friends who love their bus-sized RV.
  6. Women usually ovulate halfway between periods. So if she was 5 weeks pregnant, she'd have been 3 weeks late with her period.
  7. All Episodes Talk: All Rise

    I'm currently on a 4-day vacation and typing this on my laptop. My phone is for when I'm not in the hotel room, but I enjoy the full keyboard and other amenities of the laptop.
  8. Any idea where she's filming (other than Joshua Tree)?
  9. She was also Mary Cattermole in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows I, and the bitchy factory worker who terrorized Fantine in Les Miserables.
  10. We are vacationing in Southern California right now. I told my husband that Twit was here too, so we should keep our eyes open. His comment: "Oh, are we going out for pizza?"
  11. Meri Brown and her Wet Bar of Tears

    I actually saw a pair of those last week on someone. Ugly doesn't begin to describe it.
  12. She used the term "between jobs." If you quit your job and don't appear to have applied for any new ones, are you really "between" jobs? Aren't you just unemployed? And too lazy to do your own laundry?
  13. That would include the time she climbed up the steps to get through the ropes and into a ring (if there was one). ETA: It would also include the 3-minute break after climbing through the ropes.
  14. Jeremy and Auj Poj

    There was just a super-short moment showing the "after" . . . and Briquette wasn't even looking at him. Don't waste your battery.
  15. S02.E07: Rings and Runaways

    I've always said that, but we have done enough cruises on Princess ships that they now do our laundry for free. Once I sent it out the first time and it came back all clean and folded, I got over my resistance. I rationalized it by saying, "I'll probably never see those particular room stewards and laundry people again." Mine aren't fancy. They're 100% cotton. If they were fancy or fragile, I'd do my own, though.