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  1. She looked absolutely terrible. Good one, lol!
  2. That is one fit dog- I wish I could still jump up and down like that. Maybe someday...but I'm not even up to the 10,000 steps. Good grief, I didn't realize that's like 5 miles!!! So far my FitBit has just confirmed what I already knew- I am out of shape and need to lose weight .
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    Steven & Olga: Babies With Babies

    Well, lol, at least I don't infer that someone is a bigot when research is mentioned. Personally, I find that "interesting."
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    Steven & Olga: Babies With Babies

    I guess it is possible for someone who went to college and received a degree to have no idea how to correctly use apostrophes. But this is just a teeny little problem with higher education, given how many issues there are... Technical schools are excellent alternatives to college. People can learn things like welding, automotive mechanics, HVAC, plumbing, and much more, often times in under a year. I guess mileage really does vary.
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    Home Shopping Network

    I'm glad you posted again! I think HSN is as equally "interesting" as QVC with horrible hosts, reps, and everything else! 🙂
  6. I like "Rachel the Wrestler", lol!
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    QVC

    @SnowDazed, lol, I was literally going to comment on most of the points you made! Elf- I have a couple brushes too! Also, I don't like Smasbox either....another "prestige" crummy line with cheap packaging made in China. I've also noticed that the labels for items made in China are changing. In the past, it was always "Made in China." Now many items say "Made in PRC." I could be totally wrong, but I think the Chinese are onto the fact that a lot of Americans have become dismayed with the fact that our market is flooded with cheap Chinese imports and are starting to look at where the products they buy are made. And I think that maybe Chinese producers/marketers think using PRC will be received better by us.
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    QVC

    Many Laura Gellar products are now being made in China. I (unfortunately) frequent Ulta and have looked. I never thought Gellar products were that great even when they were made in Italy and Canada. Overpriced "prestige" brand in my opinion.
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    Eric & Leida: Put It In Proper

    Arghh! I know!!
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    Eric & Leida: Put It In Proper

    I really don't think Eric is lying about being an ex-Marine. Obviously he doesn't have the qualities that make a great Marine, but the Marine Corps is like any other profession...there are always going to be some bad apples. Charles Whitman, Andrew Urdiales, and Ian David Long- all absolutely crazy ex-Marines who killed a bunch of innocent people. Eric seems like a pretty terrible person, but at least he's not a murderer.
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    Steven & Olga: Babies With Babies

    For those truly interested in the topic of higher education, it's quite easy to find information online. There's a wealth of it out there. An online forum dedicated to the 90 Fiancee show isn't really the place for me to discuss complicated issues or cite "sources" with people who are not interested in researching such topics themselves.
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    Home Shopping Network

    Now I'm going to have to watch a bit of Evine! I had no idea about the SSC line!
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    Steven & Olga: Babies With Babies

    One result: Just 5 percent of community college students graduate with two-year degrees in two years and about 36 percent of four-year private and flagship public university and college students with bachelor's degrees in four. At non-flagship four-year public universities, the on-time graduation rate is 19 percent. The lengthy time to graduate has become so much the status quo that education policy experts now routinely use benchmarks of six years to earn a bachelor’s degree and three years for an associate degree. Currently, it's pretty common for people who go to college to take 5 or even 6 years, not 4, to complete their degree. If a person has a full time job and a family to support, it's going to take even longer than that in many cases. People who have never gone to college or raised children who have gone to college are probably totally unaware of the reality of financing and completing a college education. Times have changed and facts are facts. Yes, of course, some people are able to do it in 4 years. They are in the minority.
  14. I can't believe I actually watched that whole thing. Others, you've been warned, lol
  15. Is there any way to find a video/recording of that part when the camera seemed to be focusing on the hair on Antonella's fingers and her reaction? I would seriously enjoy seeing it again
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