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  1. Oh sure, but if you know you're pregnant, you're obviously not in menopause and wouldn't be seeking products for it...
  2. Watching some old episodes on Netflix -- I have long since accepted this show's many historical inaccuracies, at least in terms of things like hairstyle and clothing, as I've read articles that state the difficulties involved in being more accurate. Ok, fine. But does the show not have interns with access to Google? It shouldn't be so difficult for TPTB to realize things like, no, Julie wouldn't be in trouble for driving without a license, because cars were still so new in 1911 that driver's licenses weren't actually a thing yet. Google is your friend, show.
  3. Finally getting around to watching the last season... Overall, I think it isn't bad. IMO most shows are pretty bad at wrapping things up; they either do nothing special or else totally overdo it (e.g. every person suddenly realizes their wildest dreams). I like how they worked in last appearances by nearly everyone who was part of the earlier seasons, even Carly stopping by the New Year's party. That said, I found the scene with Frankie surprising Brick with 7 slices of cake to "make up" for her forgetting all his birthdays not touching, but completely horrifying and sad. How awful that a teenager is so used to his family forgetting his existence that he's become totally complacent about it? And no, Frankie, buying your kid 7 slices of cake on one random day does NOT, in any way, make up for forgetting his actual birthdays.
  4. I can well imagine... My personal favorite is the one for the medication to help women with menopause, and it states "do not use if you are pregnant". Uh...
  5. Anyone ever try the Cubii? Watching TV with my mother recently, we saw the ad and she was interested, as a semi-disabled person who has a lot of trouble finding exercise she can do. However, the first red flag should have been the fact that they don't mention a price on the actual ad; you have to go online for that. (BTW, there are several models, ranging from $250-400.) I have a similar foot peddler I bought on Amazon for $20, and the only thing I could see different offhand is that Cubii lets connect online to see how well other people are peddling. Like, no thanks?
  6. Imagine being the poor receptionist: "Good morning, Stacy Shaw Law!" "Good morning, Stacy Shaw Law!"
  7. I live in CT, so I am not familiar with Kroger...and judging by this, I don't want to be..
  8. Also, Mary Anne is now an African-American girl...which would take the wind out of Jessi' sails, except there is no Jessi. Claudia looks like she's 10 years old, and Charlie and Sam, who I always felt were SO old when I initially read these books, look like the children they actually still are. Dawn has dark brown hair. And, Lord have mercy, Alicia Silverstone is Kristy's mom. I will forever think of her as a teenager.
  9. Not sure...I was so horrified with the basic concept, I didn't want to hear anything more about it, let alone SEE it...
  10. One of my coworkers is such a germaphobe, she actually went online and bought this black light thingy, which would allow her to check her hotel rooms when traveling. Most of us agreed this would make a story worthy of a Stephen King novel.
  11. Somehow the Geico gecko has avoided this fate...
  12. Oh Lord, it's the classic "we must be having tons of fun because we've all got our arms around each other" pose!
  13. Guess what, everyone?? Jay Leno is a big fan of Norton 360! That totally means we should all buy it too! Or...not.
  14. YES!! I always loved Daphne's random, vaguely disturbing anecdotes...
  15. On a random side note - exactly how far away is Hamilton supposed to be?? It seems like it's far away when they want it to seem that way, yet close enough for people to hop a train and just show up in Hope Valley when they want that, too... 😁
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