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by LA Elsen 9 years ago
Is life better with a Smart Phone? Or is it just more complicated?
by Elena 6 years ago
What is the difference between "I Love You" and "I am in Love with You?"Do they mean different things to you? Do you use them in different ways?
by Kenna McHugh 6 years ago
How can we take more responsibility for the social ills of the world?
by Sondra Rochelle 5 years ago
Has anybody had experience with transferring Adsense accounts to a beneficiary after the writer's death? I am getting mixed messages about what to do in the event that I pass away and want my husband to be able to continue collecting income from my hubs. Has anybody here had any...
by Anish Patel 10 years ago
Does life get easier as one gets older?They say life begins at 40. Is that really true? Or are we living in a world that belongs to the youth?
by John Coviello 7 years ago
Is The U.S. Federal Tax Code A Conspiracy By Lawyers and Accountants?As I grow older, I realize that the U.S. tax code is way more complicated than it needs to be. Just about every situation in life is addressed in the tax code, making it far more complicated than it was just a few decades...
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