Idoit40fans wrote:PghSkins wrote:Letang Is The Truth wrote:My guilty fast food pleasure is White Castle I could probably eat 10,000 calories there easily
Is it possible to not eat 10,000 calories there?
Godric wrote:Kids don't do drugs.
It's a little after midnight and I'm at thew ER because my idiot roommate took a megadose of clenbuterol because he is a moron
columbia wrote:llipgh2 wrote:I'm watching RuPaul's Drag Race (I like the show. Shut up), and a commercial comes on the the Logo documentary series "What!"
Next week's documentary: "Bronies - The Adult Fans of My Little Ponies." It showed clips of men saying they were afraid their parents or employers would find out. And others who were open and proud of being Bronies.
The tag line? "Coming out isn't just for gays anymore."
Is there any question that these people are - at best - mentally ill?
An Ohio man who has been legally dead since 1994 will remain so in the eyes of the law after losing his complaint to overturn his death filing, according to authorities.
Donald Miller, 61, testified Monday that he disappeared in 1986 after losing his job, leaving behind a wife, two children and thousands of dollars of unpaid child support, according to James Hammer, the attorney for Miller's ex-wife, Robin Miller. He was declared legally dead eight years later.
Donald Miller said he returned to Ohio "around 2005" with no knowledge of his legal death, and that he had hoped to re-establish his Social Security number.
A legal statute in Ohio prevents changes to death rulings once three years have passed, Hammer told CNN, and Judge Allan Davis ruled accordingly in Hancock County Probate Court.
"In over 40 years, I've never come across a case like this," the judge told CNN.
"There could have been the possibility that my client would have to pay back what she received from Social Security," Hammer said.
"We certainly did not want to open that door, so we're satisfied with the outcome."
newarenanow wrote:Hopefully it's only the shooter that was killed.
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