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They probably get attached just like us

Posted By: Taylor fan on 2006-05-18
In Reply to: I totally agree. He's a very good-hearted person. nm - Debbie

You know how we get so attached to them.  I imagine that the judges and Ryan have their certain picks too.  It would have to be hard not to.  I know they can't broadcast their favorites like we do though.  I remember Ryan seemed to sort of have Lisa Tucker "under his wing" too.  He seemed very protective of her, especially when she was voted off.  As much as I love Taylor, I still really liked Elliott because of his great attitude and the relationship with his mom.  I liked Katherine okay too until last night I kind of got turned off by several things.  SOUL PATROL! 

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Take him with you. He's already attached to you. sm
He'll be heartbroken if you leave him.  Once you are at the new place, don't let him outside loose as he will probably run away and in strange surroundings will be unable to find his way back home.  It is too dangerous for cats loose outdoors anyway.  Cars, nasty people who like to hurt cats, coyotes, big hawks.  Uh, uh.  He's safer inside.  It will take him awhile to get adjusted to his new home.  You'll just have to put up with his crying to get out.  He'll stop that eventually.   You can use a halter and walk him on a leash once you check out the neighborhood yourself to be sure no dogs are going to jump on him.  FosterSmith even has the "kittywalk" items including a little cart on wheels you can roll him around the neighborhood in.  I have the kittywalks tunnels on my deck for my indoor cats, and they love it in the summertime.  Good luck. 
Well, was supposed to be attached..sm
I think this has viruses attached to it. sm
Plus, you need to beware. Stedmans is not free, you have to pay no matter what version you get.
un- attached chest port?

My son has a chest port.  He can lift up three corners of the port, make a pocket out of loose skin and slid his thumb under the port.  He says the port is supposed to float freely within a tissue pocket created in his chest.  It is his belief the port is Not sutured to anything inside him, like, say, the chest wall for example.  Hmmmm! I am seeking outside opinions as he and I disagree.  Please let me know what you think.

In Joy,


The pedal is attached to the C-phone.
Is the foot pedal attached? nm

Here are some great recipes in link attached.
Enjoy!  (I hope I did this right)
See attached-read carefully-hope this helps

Question   I get an attachment that is called winmail.dat but I can't open it. What can I do?
Problem   When someone uses Microsoft Outlook to send messages through the Internet with attachments and they use the Microsoft Outlook Rich Text format, some recipients report that the message includes an additional file called the Winmail.dat file. The Winmail.dat file is usually very small, but you cannot open it in the message. The original message attachment is not always separate from the Winmail.dat file attachment, and may be included in the Winmail.dat file attachment.

This problem occurs because the Winmail.dat file is used to preserve formatting that the sending client includes in the message, but the receiving client does not recognize the Winmail.dat file. In Outlook, the Winmail.dat file includes Rich Text Formatting (RTF) instructions. This type of formatting is used with the Microsoft Outlook Rich Text format and when you use Microsoft Word as your e-mail editor. Only other Outlook users can read the attachments.


To resolve this problem the person sending the attachments with Outlook needs to do the following:

1. On the Tools menu, click Options and then click Mail Format.
2. In Compose in this message format, click to select Plain Text, and then click OK.

Link to Help   http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;278061
Last Updated   11/17/04

First, a prepaired debit card is not attached to your bank at all. SM

It is a separate account set up for use with your prepaid debit card only.  No checks.  No bank.  And with the prepaid card, they cannot withdraw money without your prior authorization.  Your employer can only deposit money if your employer provides a signed DD form with your signature on it.

I've never had any problems with my card.  I feel pretty secure.  I do pay bills with my card, but rather than authorize a recurring monthly charge (which you can do), I opt to manually get on the money card website and pay each bill, each month.  So consider this.  Once you authorize a recurring bill payment, it sometimes takes an act of God to stop it. 

PS! Also watch out for people who leave things attached to your doorknob -
I'm sitting right here in the front room (drapes usually drawn where I sit), and I not only hear them come up to leave stuff on the door, I ALSO hear them try the knob to see if it's unlocked. Pretty darned creepy how many low-lifes and predators there are out there.....
A special phone w/a foot pedal and headset attached for dialing directly into a system. Google it!
it is attached to your version of Word. Open Word and it'll be on your tool bar. NM