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  1. Major Chord
    Today 10:56 PM
    Major Chord
    I have been married for 20 years to the same woman. We have two children.
  2. eagleseven
  3. Bevan
    12-15-2014 01:42 PM
    Bevan
    Thanks. Communicate as you like.
  4. Nemesis
    Oh, I was being totally facetious with that post! Flowers are a good idea in your situation.
  5. Selene
    11-30-2014 04:21 AM
    Selene commented on Do girls/women ever NOT enjoy receiving flowers?
    He was being sarcastic.
  6. VF1J
    11-28-2014 05:48 PM
    VF1J commented on People are unhapy with my facebook posts...
    I've gotta try this.
  7. Monte314
    11-26-2014 09:42 PM
    Monte314 commented on How would you define the term, "free spirit"?
    Bourbon that you don't have to pay for? No, that's "free spiritS"...
  8. Dung
    Looks like you are all set!
  9. Madden
    That school sounds like a nightmare.
  10. Sarea
    Agree with you. PgCert is when the student opts to cover only 60 credits [4 subjects, i think]; PgDip if the students cover 120 credit hours [8 subjects] and not intending to finish an additional 60 credit hours for the dissertation [ie to earn the Masters degree]. So if the university allows to do pick and mix of 4 most relevant subjects which suffice for your future planning in that field, then you can opt just to do the 4 subjects and graduate with a PgCert.

    Plus if you have paid for 180 credit hours [8 subjects + dissertation] and choose to stop at say after the 4th subject; or before commencement of dissertation [or up to the first 2 weeks], the universities allow for refund. One younger cousin of mine was in the first week of her dissertation class when she discovered that future job in that field did not require a MSc, the salary level for PgDip and MSc was similar; so she quickly opted out of dissertation by writing formally to the Faculty head, got her refund a few months later and graduated with a PgDip in that course. Got the job she wanted to as well and started it before her classmates' dissertations deadline. Imagine if she had finished of the dissertation, she would have more job applicants within the same field to compete with.
  11. SeverusSin
    09-18-2014 08:22 AM
    SeverusSin commented on Women prefer a Male boss
    Agreed. Well said.
  12. SeverusSin
  13. MichaelSmith
    08-03-2014 12:58 AM
    MichaelSmith
    Haha, really have no clue, I think that's the default.
  14. MichaelSmith
    08-03-2014 12:23 AM
    MichaelSmith
    Hello! Would you share with me your opinion on why Asian men are the least biologically attractive?
  15. Cord
    Ha yup. I don't understand it either. Why do we have to conform to their definition of happy?
  16. Monte314
    07-23-2014 02:14 PM
    Monte314 commented on What is your net worth?
    Good point... as long as someone else doesn't have to pick up the bill for your retirement...
  17. gypsy stardust
    07-19-2014 11:22 PM
    gypsy stardust
    I don't recall asking your opinion.
  18. gypsy stardust
    07-12-2014 01:25 PM
    gypsy stardust
    ever the victim. ROFLMAO!
  19. eagleseven
    07-11-2014 08:52 PM
    eagleseven commented on Resigning Your Position
    Thanks!
  20. kazzamunga
    me again...the thing that cries out to me about this post is...if you don't want a partner, don't exclusively sleep with someone...i really don't get that people can say they don't want a partner, but insist on having sex. in my mind, sex goes with having a partner. i think it's kind of unnatural to want one without anything that comes with it...and it doesn't work, as you're finding.

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