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  1. I lost my precious Lennier first, we used to spoon at night and he let me drum his big belly. I lost him first. His sister and litter mate, Talia, had decided that sleeping on the top of my pillow (my head) was where she wanted to be. I was having horrible hot flashes, so a cat on the head did not help. Of course, she’s a cat so decided she’d sleep in the hottest spot in the house. After we lost Lennier, we thought we had a least a year with Talia, but it was only months. At night, she would pat my head to tell me to turn the light of and go to sleep. She continued to do that for several months after she passed away. I still feel their presence.
  2. Anna, I’m so sorry for your loss. I lost two cats when they were 17, that was 6 years ago and I still miss them. When I think of the, I smile and feel like they are right next to me.
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    S09.E16: Reunion Part 1

    I totally agree that it’s cute, but my eyes, my poor eyes 😜🙀
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    S09.E16: Reunion Part 1

    Same here, but I don’t want to watch them in the shower ever again. 🙈
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    Empire in the Media: Read It In Billboard

    Removed my previous comment, didn’t add to the conversation
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    Empire in the Media: Read It In Billboard

    Yes this is a very divisive country and a toxic environment. Not just what you said above but also with people judging people they’ve never met based solely upon who they voted for. Making assumptions about people you don’t know is bad for everyone. Making up crimes and blaming them on Trump voters sure shows a lot of hatred also.
  7. Recently (IMO) the NYT seems, in general, to consider personal opinion/bias prior to actual journalism before facts. Which is sad, because its roots are stellar in fact-based journalism. I’m a centrist politically, so this is not based on political leanings (I hate all politicians and political parties equally), so this has more to do about the number of corrections they’ve had to make because they put the story before the facts in so, so many times. Maybe Lee Radziwill was not a stellar human being, but she’s 85 and it’s obituary - come on!
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    S11.E15: Let's Make It Official

    Exactly to both for these! When even Margo (who I can’t stand stand in any way whatsoever) is disgusted with your behavior...
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    S02.E10: All Alone

    Back then, Bell Labs did not have to worry about bad publicity because Bell was such a huge monopoly ( only game in town). Now, it would be a different story
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    S02.E07: Look, She Made a Hat

    That was my first thought also
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    S02.E07: Look, She Made a Hat

    Yes, yes he is
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    S02.E03: The Punishment Room

    Actually, a lot of Jewish business men were affiliated with the mafia in that time period. My husband’s family are Jewish from Long Island (I’m Catholic from New Mexico, just saying). About 15 years ago we were going through a box of photos with my hubby’s late grandfather and he said “that’s my dad with his bodyguards (who were obviously Italian)”. So his dad was protected by the mafia. Turns out there were a lot of relationships between the mafia and Jewish business men back in the 30-50’s. By the way, Jews and banks are closely linked in history because in Europe they were not allowed to own land so they had to make a living somehow.
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    S07.E07: Pure Imagination

    I ask myself this every week
  14. and take out life insurance on your ex (or soon to be ex) husband
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