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    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenna View Post
    Swearing? That's where your thoughts went? I don't understand how you can still have such a pure mind after seven years on this forum.
    It's just strange phrasing. They usually say "distribution of pornographic material" or something very direct like that. I don't see why they have to get so fancy about it.

    I was actually wondering if Rosie was bullying the police into pursuing this guy and the best they could some up with was graphic language in a text. My mind isn't pure, it's just more cynical. Thanks GR.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sputnik View Post
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    How many kids does Rosie actually have? Seems like with every new wife there were additions to her brood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greysfang View Post
    She won't give her her own papers? That's some controlling bullshit, but whatever, she's 18 and can go and get her own original birth certificate and SS card.
    You'd be surprised. I don't know if this is only in NJ, but I recently lost my entire house including any and all identification. When I called the state to figure out how to get a copy of my birth certificate, they asked me if my parents were still alive. Stunned, I said, "you realize I'm in my early 40s, right?" Didn't matter, my PARENTS had to contact the state to get my BC (which was the only way I was getting a dupe of my destroyed driver's license ... my state's laws about enough ID for a driver's license made it exponentially harder, but then again, most of the 9/11 terrorists had fake NJ DLs, so I get it). I don't know WTH I would have done if either of my parents had passed already. They called the hospital copy with baby footprints and handprints, all signed by my mom's OB and the hospital's clerk/notary, with an official seal on it, just a "souvenir". It was easier to get my debit card replaced than it was to get my birth certificate replaced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nevan View Post
    You'd be surprised. I don't know if this is only in NJ, but I recently lost my entire house including any and all identification. When I called the state to figure out how to get a copy of my birth certificate, they asked me if my parents were still alive. Stunned, I said, "you realize I'm in my early 40s, right?" Didn't matter, my PARENTS had to contact the state to get my BC (which was the only way I was getting a dupe of my destroyed driver's license ... my state's laws about enough ID for a driver's license made it exponentially harder, but then again, most of the 9/11 terrorists had fake NJ DLs, so I get it). I don't know WTH I would have done if either of my parents had passed already. They called the hospital copy with baby footprints and handprints, all signed by my mom's OB and the hospital's clerk/notary, with an official seal on it, just a "souvenir". It was easier to get my debit card replaced than it was to get my birth certificate replaced.
    My oldest brother, who is the only person I share a birth mother with, had to have me request his birth certificate. Our mother is long since passed, and he doesn't know who his father is or whether he was even listed on his birth certificate. So all they would accept was me requesting it. I was stunned. What if I was dead or otherwise couldn't be reached? WTF is a person supposed to do in that situation? The stupid is so strong sometimes in government BS red tape.
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    ^^^ It's crazy, isn't it? I realize it's likely a result of anti-identity theft laws, but geez ... when it's easier to get into my bank account (with several thousands of dollars) then it is to get my birth certificate, there's something wrong with the system. Especially for a driver's license ... they already have my picture in the database. So I drove around illegally for about 5-6 weeks, waiting on a birth certificate. It's just nuts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annika View Post
    i've never heard of a therapy dog for mental illness. i'm gonna have to google that. what would the dog do?
    Animals can help anxiety, depression and create a purpose in life for the owner. I'll go out on a limb here and say I suffer from a mental illness. I've always had pets as a life preserver. When I was feeling suicidal, they pretty much saved me. If I were to go, they'd end up in a shelter probably and I don't want that. When I was manic, I knew I had to come home to take care of them and didn't disappear for days. It sounds odd, but sometimes I feel like they know I'm not doing well. Animals are known to suspect seizures before they occur. They can sniff out cancer. I can honestly say I probably wouldn't be here for my first furkids years ago. They do help a lot with mental illness.

    Quote Originally Posted by MontanaMama View Post
    I thought the UK had pretty strict quarantine rules for incoming international dogs (similar to Australia and far east).
    Dogs, cats and ferrets don't have to be quarantined if coming from the US. It is a six month procedure though, and quite expensive for the rabies test. During my America flights, I was able to keep my two ferrets in a carrier that fit under the seat in front. Then to the UK they had to go into cargo.
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    ^^ My sort-of-adopted daddy got a rescue cat at my insistence after a nervous breakdown. She was the reason he had to get up in a morning, go out of the house to go shopping, go home again etc. He couldn't do anything untoward to himself because he had to think of her and what would happen to her if he wasn't around. They had many happy years together and we were all quite worried about him when she passed on, but a few months of wobbles down the line we persuaded him to go look at another rescue place and came home with Lucy, a beautifully big eyed calico with no ear flaps (!) who is now the new absolute ruler of his life.

    Specially trained therapy pets have also been found to be a great help for people with Asperger's/Autism. They help keep anxiety levels down and can sense when a meltdown is imminent and start working to calm their owner before it becomes to bad.

    I have a great respect for therapy animals.
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    Mrs P,i wish you well.God bless you.

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