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    I... also followed the exact same progression....

    I... also followed the exact same progression. With the help of our resident bra fitter on the last step.
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    Yeah, I remember that. So horrific for the kids...

    Yeah, I remember that. So horrific for the kids involved. Happened in FL too.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kids_for_cash_scandal

    And then there's this:
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    Is part of the issue, though, the cost to conduct...

    Is part of the issue, though, the cost to conduct an event?

    Not that you don't need officials and judges and volunteers for these other sports, but the "playing field," so to to speak, is not...
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    My other thought -- design a poster (with a QR...

    My other thought -- design a poster (with a QR code, if possible) that can be downloaded and printed out on 11x17 paper. I would have loved to be able to throw up a few posters for Jersey Fresh at my...
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    It's not brutality in the physical sense but......

    It's not brutality in the physical sense but... really? I mean, REALLY?



    http://thinkprogress.org/justice/2015/04/15/3647374/private-probation-lawsuit-ransom/
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    Isn't participation increasing? (Serious question...

    Isn't participation increasing? (Serious question - I thought the sport was growing.)

    I think public support is a good thing, though. It can help create/support destination venues. Or, as is the...
  7. Not only invest in research, but invest in the...

    Not only invest in research, but invest in the ability to manufacture drugs within our borders. Maybe frame it in terms of national security.
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    I wish I could find the link, but I read a very...

    I wish I could find the link, but I read a very cool article by a police officer (from LA?) who had gone through some kind of danger assessment training. It taught how to assess posture/body...
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    Arrive in time to warm up. The start time is when...

    Arrive in time to warm up. The start time is when you should be ready to go. Check with organizers to be sure, but this has been my experience...
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    It's also of benefit to local businesses to talk...

    It's also of benefit to local businesses to talk up the event. Boosting event attendance could be a tourism draw (long-term) so even if you choose not to have a booth at the event you may get...
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    Wasn't someone commenting that Rolex...

    Wasn't someone commenting that Rolex spectatorship is increasing?? I just remembered a post I made, lordy, back in 2006, which spoke to how to increase audience share for Rolex specifically.
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    Because I posted a story about a good cop! And...

    Because I posted a story about a good cop! And when someone came along and said not all cops are good, I said "yes, true, but some are."

    If you want to alienate people, you are doing a bang-up job.
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    Did you not see my post above? Did you not read...

    Did you not see my post above? Did you not read the post you quoted?

    Sorry, sweet pea. You posted an invitation for comment on a public bulletin board. Your reply is much more of a derail than...
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    Not necessarily. You do not have to be declared...

    Not necessarily. You do not have to be declared legally incompetent for you to be considered non compos mentis before the court (for example, if you are drugged). In other words, the court gets to...
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    He was exactly that kind of guy and, according to...

    He was exactly that kind of guy and, according to a friend of his, did the "son, put that weapon down" thing at least once. And everyone walked away alive and unhurt. And again, this was 1970s NYC.
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    Statutory rape often includes "non compos mentis"...

    Statutory rape often includes "non compos mentis" which can cover intoxication (drugs/alcohol), mental retardation, and mental illness. So, there does not necessarily have to be a law that mentions...
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    Severe Alzheimers means she is non compos mentis...

    Severe Alzheimers means she is non compos mentis and unable to provide informed consent. So, yes, legally, she may be the victim of statutory rape (depending on state statues).
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    I don't disagree. I think the number of people...

    I don't disagree. I think the number of people killed by cops is shameful. I think it's shameful that these numbers are not made transparent to the public. But if it helps to say "not all cops are...
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    Have you tried Slow FE? It's an extended release...

    Have you tried Slow FE? It's an extended release iron supplement that helps some people with the constipation side effect.

    Also, have read that some people who tend towards insomnia are both...
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    Under-eye circles can also be a sign of low iron,...

    Under-eye circles can also be a sign of low iron, or the result of inflammation due to allergies.

    If your health insurance allows for allergy testing/treatment, I say go for it. My under-eye...
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    LOL. It wasn't a person but systems-related...

    LOL. It wasn't a person but systems-related agita, but one of my (unstated) "goals" as I prepared for a performance review one time was "never to work with client X ever again. Ever."
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    LOL. It wasn't a person but systems-related...

    LOL. It wasn't a person but systems-related agita, but one of my (unstated) "goals" as I prepared for a performance review one time was "never to work with client X ever again. Ever."
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    Childhood friend's father. Retired NYC police...

    Childhood friend's father. Retired NYC police detective. Worked in the 70s (when NYC was a helluva lot scarier than it is now).

    In his career, he never fired his gun. And he dealt with some baaaad...
  24. You've made this argument elsewhere; that people...

    You've made this argument elsewhere; that people who aren't part of group A can't advocate on behalf of people within group A. Which is ridiculous.

    Solidarity means seeing commonalities. It means...
  25. Re: white privilige. This is an interesting way...

    Re: white privilige. This is an interesting way to conceptualize it:

    http://whatever.scalzi.com/2012/05/15/straight-white-male-the-lowest-difficulty-setting-there-is/
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