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Quote: Originally Posted by cptjeff Do you have an estate over 3 million? Then don't sweat over it, because it won't affect you. First of all, I'm not really planning on dying this year anyway. Second of all, no one knows what the exclusion will be. Finally, I was really referring to heirs such as these: http://www.darwinsfinance.com/inheritance-tax-heirs/ Btw, the tax is set to return to pre-Bush levels in 2011, meaning exclusion of $1MM.
Oh to be a fly on the wall when Mel Gibson and Michael Richards have drinks.
I'm waiting for the retroactive reinstatement of the 2010 estate tax after midterm elections. Bricks will be shat.
Years ago I had a prick roommate in LA who insisted on calling me his "flatmate" and referring to our shitbox apartment as his "flat." Soon after he began dating a Jewish girl, he started to greet everyone with "Shalom."
If you have stomach fat and you do stomach exercises without burning the fat, your stomach will just get larger and you will look fatter. There is a lot of strength training you can do that exercises your core muscles without necessarily concentrating on those muscles. In any event, situps, etc, to lose belly fat is the wrong approach. You dont get a sixpack by gaining muscle, you get it by losing fat.
I use these Sennheiser: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...0QCAYH8ETYQATK I find that most earbuds fall out of my ears as I exercise, so I constantly have to push them in my ears and turn up my music to compensate for the looseness. The arm on these Sennheisers keeps the earbuds securely in place- they have never fallen out of my ears no matter how sweaty I get or how vigorous the exercise. I can also listen to my music at lower volumes because the fit is secure....
Quote: Originally Posted by artoftime Prince, I'm guessing. My thoughts exactly.
Thanks guys. She was an english mastiff, but she was a rescue from a backyard breeder, so it is likely she was not purebred. She was about 130 lbs; small for an eng mastiff. Anyway, we had her for about 3 yrs and all of a sudden she couldnt walk one day. Went to the vet school and they did an MRI, spinal tap, etc and she had developed lesions in her brain. They said it was an autoimmune disorder that would just progress. We tried a few different treatments and she got...
Quote: Originally Posted by lefty Sorry to hear that. Do you have a pic? lefty Thanks lefty. Here's a few
Just had to put my dog Iggy to sleep this morning. I dont usually make personal posts on anonymous forums, but it's pretty goddamn sad and I thought this thread would be an appropriate place to memorialize it. Anyway, just want to vent a little. Thanks.
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