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    Re: The RT Thread Part V

    I have gone to some other sights that utilize the vBulletin and they have chat. I have got to be missing something. Someone elighten me please. This is so far out of my range of knowledge of forums.
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    Re: The RT Thread Part V

    I don't know if cost is an issue. I am thinking that vBulletin was one previously used? Not sure. It would crash if too many people got on there but that sure hasn't been an issue in the past year or two.


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    Re: The RT Thread Part V

    Quote Originally Posted by wallfan329 View Post
    I would not be able to handle NuLean
    Many cannot. Many get faint. From the beginning of time mammals have needed food. It does have results for the obvious reasons. There is a huge push from Chiropractors for this particular weight loss system. It is strongly discouraged for the young as bodies are still developing and need the caloric intake.

    Portion control and physical exercise to raise your heart rate works. Ever seen biggest looser? You and your Mom have a good plan. A commitment to exercise is key.
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    Re: The RT Thread Part V

    Quote Originally Posted by SnwhtNdwrfs View Post
    I don't know if cost is an issue. I am thinking that vBulletin was one previously used? Not sure. It would crash if too many people got on there but that sure hasn't been an issue in the past year or two.
    This is vBulletin. So I went to other popular, high membership, Disney related boards to see if they still had chat and indeed they did. Maybe you are right and it is a cost decision???
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    Re: The RT Thread Part V

    Quote Originally Posted by SnwhtNdwrfs View Post
    I agree Gabe. It isn't for everyone and for sure, the main caretaker has better want the child. I had a friend whose husband traveled a lot. He wanted a third child. She wasn't sure because it was difficult to deal with 2 on her own as much as she was. Seems that men seem to want children more than women some time. Sure- shows your manhood but where are you in the middle of the night and for years afterwards. If your idea is to be sitting on the couch while the little lady cooks dinner and takes care of the kids, then you aren't really a father or a man. Just my humble opinion. You should at least like your own children.


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    Re: The RT Thread Part V

    Quote Originally Posted by HauntedGabe View Post
    Many cannot. Many get faint. From the beginning of time mammals have needed food. It does have results for the obvious reasons. There is a huge push from Chiropractors for this particular weight loss system. It is strongly discouraged for the young as bodies are still developing and need the caloric intake.

    Portion control and physical exercise to raise your heart rate works. Ever seen biggest looser? You and your Mom have a good plan. A commitment to exercise is key.
    It certainly is not for everyone-for sure. I wen a straight month of lessening intake and increasing exercize and didn't lose an ounce-so this is a kick start. It is medically supervised and very healthy, but somewhat drastic. 7 full days of meal replacements and fat burners.

    But if it gets the weight loss going again, I can handle it. For a week. I could never do the month long plan. I enjoy the taste of food, and actually chewing food too much.

    But, I hit a spot where no weight will come off, so it needed a kick.
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    Re: The RT Thread Part V

    Quote Originally Posted by SnwhtNdwrfs View Post
    I agree Gabe. It isn't for everyone and for sure, the main caretaker has better want the child. I had a friend whose husband traveled a lot. He wanted a third child. She wasn't sure because it was difficult to deal with 2 on her own as much as she was. Seems that men seem to want children more than women some time. Sure- shows your manhood but where are you in the middle of the night and for years afterwards. If your idea is to be sitting on the couch while the little lady cooks dinner and takes care of the kids, then you aren't really a father or a man. Just my humble opinion. You should at least like your own children.


    Getting off of soap box.
    I agree. Ours was a miracle, and I love her, but most of the work from the beginning is on me, still is. school, homework, packing lunch, seeeing after breakfast, handling the sickness, Dr appointment, dentist, orthodontist, ironing the clothes-ALL of that falls in the womans camp-along with work and family obligations so, women need to really like the kids.
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    Re: The RT Thread Part V

    chats are not part of the vBulletin package. they have to be added.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tiggerguy View Post
    chats are not part of the vBulletin package. they have to be added.
    Any possible way we can get it added back?
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    Re: The RT Thread Part V

    DD is up an deating the breakfast I just cooked (every morning) and I still have to make her lunch since she refuses to order catered lunch. I have to iron her plaid skirt as well. I did not do the ironing this weekend.


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    Had the absolute weirdest thing happen to me this morning... I was driving into work and took the back road I take every day that let's me avoid some of the insanity on the main highway. Ahead of me I noticed a tall brown thing in the road. I moved to the right to go around it and as I passed, I realized the "thing" was a huge owl. He was just standing there... didn't even flinch when I drove around him. I got about 50 yards away and looked in my mirror to see him flying away (else I would've questioned if I was the butt of a joke with a toy owl or something). It was wild (no pun intended).

    I went out to look at myths and superstitions re: owls. Either I'm going to die, have really bad luck, really great luck, come into money, have a newborn turn into a witch or I just saw an owl and it meant nothing.
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    Re: The RT Thread Part V

    Quote Originally Posted by BamaJenn View Post
    Had the absolute weirdest thing happen to me this morning... I was driving into work and took the back road I take every day that let's me avoid some of the insanity on the main highway. Ahead of me I noticed a tall brown thing in the road. I moved to the right to go around it and as I passed, I realized the "thing" was a huge owl. He was just standing there... didn't even flinch when I drove around him. I got about 50 yards away and looked in my mirror to see him flying away (else I would've questioned if I was the butt of a joke with a toy owl or something). It was wild (no pun intended).

    Lol, that really is about the absolute weirdest thing.

    I went out to look at myths and superstitions re: owls. Either I'm going to die, have really bad luck, really great luck, come into money, have a newborn turn into a witch or I just saw an owl and it meant nothing.
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    Nate just completed his phone interview for the PI- said he thinks it went well. Now the hard waiting part starts...I sure hope he gets it!
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    Hi everyone!! Figured I'd stop by while I had some "free" time before my meetings start. How is everyone today?

    Morning Jenn
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