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Sunday, July 8th, 2007
12:19 pm
what is the best secured credit card to get, and why??

thank you!
Sunday, October 8th, 2006
7:45 am
name a few websites similar to myspace
Tuesday, December 13th, 2005
10:16 pm
Why in god's name is there soap on tax and toilet paper? It just doesn't make sense. Sometimes I wish I lived in Delaware...
Saturday, December 10th, 2005
1:08 am
Is it selfish for me to enjoy making other people feel better about themselves almost entirely so I can feel better about myself?
Wednesday, October 26th, 2005
6:39 pm
please help....
I'm an 18 year old female. I'm going home for the first time since I started college. I live five hours from home and I don't want to waste money on gass. My mother has been sick for three weeks and I feel bad not seeing her. Going home will be good because then I get to hang out with my friend Steve. Steve and I dated, however, we broke up because he was worried that I would met other guys here. We were very much in love and still are. I still love him and he loves me. I talked to him the other day telling him that I'm comming on Nov. 23 and he sounded very excited to hear that. He told me that he will make a lot of time for us to be together. He also implied that he's still single. Since my mother is so sick, I've decided to come out this weekend also. Steve doesn't know this so it will be a big supprize. And I hope he'll be happy to see me.
When I moved out here I was told to try and date other guys. So I've dated three other guys and every time I've found something wrong with them that Steve has. Now, here comes the problem. I am currently dating a guy named Casey. He's a very nice guy who tries too hard for me to like him more and be with him exclusivly. The thing that has been bothering me about Casey though, is that he's not the brightest guy. Which gets anoying when I try and talk to him. Steve is very smart and we can talk about anything. Now, since I'm going home and I'm going to see Steve, I don't know what to do about Casey. I feel like I'm cheating on him if I do anything with Steve. Though, Casey and I are free to date others, he doesn't want to. I love Steve and Casey knows that. He doesn't know that I plan to hang out with Steve while I'm home. And that when Steve and I hang out, usually things happen. So please help me as to what to do. I'm teribly nervious to see Steve again after four months, and I don't want to feel terible while I'm there. Also, how do I tell Steve that I still love him and I don't want anyone else?

Current Mood: blank
Sunday, December 4th, 2005
12:29 am
name: alice

my teen angsty problem

i like a guy named jake, which is all fine and good but there are some problems:

1) he told my friend della that he likes me but he doesnt know if he wants to ask me out because he doesnt think it will “work”
2) i think that he doens think it will work because my ex told him that, because jake and my ex are really good friends. things didnt work out so well with the ex. (but i dont know if this is true)
3) he knows i like him, but i didnt tell him.
4) every time i call him, its usually about school and we never really talk even though i try, it doesnt work; its never casual.

-does he really like me?
-what should i do?

IM me at: xsc3n3xs1utx
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Sunday, December 5th, 2004
11:43 pm
I have finals coming up and I am really struggling and stuck on 4 questions, anyone want to give me any suggestions or help? Im totally confused.

1. What is the disturbing force of a wave? How about restoring force? what is the difference between a free wave and a forced wave? What is the difference between a capillary wave and a wind (surface gravity) wave? Can tsunami ever be deep water waves? Why or why not? What about the tide wave?

2. Explain the process of wave refraction. You can use/imagine electromagnetic (light) waves, ocean wind (surface gravity) waves, or any other type of wave in your answer. Explain wave interference and the difference between constructive and destructive wave interference. Does wave interference alter the actual, individual wave? What does it alter? what do waves transport across the ocean? How far do they cause movement of water molecules?

3. Describe the life cycle of oceanic crust from creation to destruction. How is it formed? What type of rock is it made of? How is it different from continental crust and what happens when the two plates (oceanic and continental) collide? Is an oceanic crust in the Atlantic Ocean being destroyed? Why or why not?

4. Explain the geological process that results in earthquakes at transform plate boundaries. Why is energy suddenly released? What types of waves (describe and explain each wave’s properties) carry the energy from the earthquake’s epicenter through the earth? How can a seismograph record of these waves tell scientists the distance from the seismograph to the quake’s epicenter?
Wednesday, January 21st, 2004
4:16 am
Here's a good question.

What ever happened to you?
Wednesday, August 13th, 2003
9:47 pm
Umm, yeah.
So like, Amber had posted something like: Why do they call jelly beans jelly beans? The post was totally eaten, probably due to the deliciousness of the jelly beans contained within.

The answer, along with more information than you could shovelfeed a toddler, was found by asking Jeeves. Actually, I knew the answer, but it was so basic that the very idea someone would question it threw me off. It's because the insides are jellied corn-syrup! I mean, duh!

I will now go back to almost completely forgetting this community even exists.
Tuesday, August 5th, 2003
2:03 am
why does toothpaste work better if it's squeezed from the bottom to the top?
Tuesday, June 10th, 2003
6:26 pm
I'm new&have a question...
I was wondering if you know who Juanita Wasserman is?
And if you do...who gave her a frog when she was a kid?

Current Mood: annoyed
1:59 am
What is better for checking email. Eudora, Netscape, Outlook...others...and so on?
Monday, June 2nd, 2003
12:52 pm
Electrical Shortages in My Home
I live in an old house which has been converted into apartment rooming. I rent an apartment on the upper floor of the house. In my apartment, two complete circuits provide power to the various fixtures and outlets. One of these circuits is shared with a neighbor on the top floor, but the other circuit is used only by my apartment and is one of the only circuits (out of many) in the house that carries grounded outlets for larger appliances. The other circuit, which I share, has no grounded outlets at all and can only power smaller devices that don't require a ground plug. The larger, grounded circuit powers the electric oven and range, the refridgerator, and a couple of grounded outlets. Since my computer needs a grounded outlet to operate, I have connected it there. The microwave oven also requires a grounded outlet, and is plugged into the same outlet as the refridgerator. The microwave, the electric oven, and the computer are all on the same circuit.

Now for my problem. Often, when I try to cook something on the electric range, I get some kind of shortage that messes up my computer. I lose my internet connection and can't get reconnected -- the modem can sense a dial tone, and dial a number, but doesn't recognize the responses from the other computer and Windows XP gives me the error message, "The remote computer did not respond." When I try to shut down the OS, it freezes at the screen that says "Saving your settings..." I eventually have to turn it off by manual control. This happens when I run the oven for a long period of time, for hours, but it happens instantly when I turn on the range. However, the same problem does not occur when I use the microwave oven, ever, no matter what power setting I use or how long I use it. Just the electric range/oven seems to cause this problem.

I need to use my electric range and oven to cook things that require boiling or simmering. The microwave just isn't sufficient for all dishes. But, whenever I use the electric range, the computer starts to screw up. How do I solve my problems?
Monday, May 12th, 2003
6:10 pm
I think the only disability that there is not an association or foundation for is colourblindness.

Am I right on this one?

Is there an association for colourblind persons such as myself?
Thursday, May 8th, 2003
12:22 pm
How do I turn off the messenger service that does pop-up ads to "get my college diploma" and what not?
Wednesday, April 23rd, 2003
7:03 am
I'm new here. My friend is missing. I called her one day and BOOM! She's gone. She's been my friend since day one of my exsistance. I was wondering if you guys know a way to find her. I don't want a high-tech investigation. just a people search. -sigh- I miss her. If you guys can help I would appreciate it tremendously. thanx.


Current Mood: worried
Monday, February 17th, 2003
4:17 pm
The Best Cop
This is a question based on the RoboCop movies.

Which is The Best Cop? RoboCop, or ED-209? I personally prefer ED-209, but I realize I may be mistaken. I want to know the truth: which one is better?
Sunday, February 16th, 2003
6:51 am
How does NyQuil (or any other cough/cold syrup medicine stuff) actually make one feel less sick?

Current Mood: sick
Wednesday, February 12th, 2003
4:53 pm
do mexican guys have smaller weiners?

Current Mood: curious
Tuesday, February 11th, 2003
10:28 pm
the physics of cartoons
So, I was watching Scooby Doo today (I was in vegetable-mode, leave me alone), and they were trying to escape the "Miner 49'er" in the mine shafts beneath the town. Cue typical Scooby Doo running around and "YOINKS!"ing. Okay. Fun stuff.

Anyway, there were two linked mine cars, and Scooby and Shaggy hopped in the front car and it started down the sloping track (about 45 degrees or so). Of course, after they expressed their relief at having escaped the ghost miner, he popped up out of the rear car. "RRR!" Scooby Doo pulled the peg holding the cars together, the front car sped a bit away, and then the track leveled out and they did this weird back and forth side view of several tracks, much like the old "hallway lined with doors" back and forth thing.

With me, here?

Okay. Now my question, if it is such, is on the validity of the science of this. Because I did not get enough science in high school, and literally can't figure it out myself. All I can do is speculate.

Taking into consideration the combined weight of Scooby and Shaggy, and the weight of the Old Man Whitaker type in the suit, and the slope, and the cars, and the waxing moon, would they pull forward? And when the track leveled out, would they remain ahead? Would friction slow them down more than the bad guy, or would their extra weight give them more of an edge? Who would get more distance?

Crap, this sounds like a grade school math problem. But I am curious, and I want real answers!
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