The Decatur mom lost 47 pounds and then she turned around and found it.
Those "local" ads always crack me up. For some reason I get alot of them that say "Arlington".
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090616/ap_on_re_us/us_jefferson_trial Finally! Notice the second paragraph is where you will find his party affiliation.
2nd photo must be rich and own multiple homes. She show up on my computor as a resident of Paradise.
Yes, it uses the IP address your computer is currently using. Sometimes my Embarq IP address shows up as Stephenville and other various towns.
It's all an alien ploy, put on your foil hats and take COVER!!!!!!!!!!!!Have a nice day.
Barry, just read your Twitter internet "I can't believe you're still with us" comment. Uh, yeah, cause in DEEEcatur we don't get any good choices for "high-speed" internet.Two things I miss in WC...a decent grocery store and fast internet.
Barry, honestly, do you really go to Frilly's???
Let me tell you (in case you didn't already know it), these are such scams! They tell you they will send "free" product for first month, but they fill the agreement (that most people clik "I agree" without reading because the dang things are so long and full of verbage) with statements to join and pay memberships. Those memberships are usually $40 - $60 and the second product will ship out usually in about 10 days after the first "free" one did and the price for it is ungodly! Memberships are paid monthly and are automatically taken from your credit card that you used to get the "free" first product. When you call to get out of this fabulous deal, they really don't seem to get your message until the third order has been shipped to you and billed to your account, which also means you are billed for three months membership too. These people are making TONS of money. Evidently after about 3 months, they let you off the hook if you continue to persist they cancel you immediately! Their products are worthless and do not do what they are advertised to to. And yes, they hook you with these ads about people in your area having used them successfully. DO NOT be tempted to try any of these products, unless you are willing to throw away about $300 - $500! I don't know what can be done to stop this type of scam, but whatever could do it, should be done. Class action suit? Maybe, but how would one know who all was scammed?
I have often thought about selling a get rich quick program that is nothing but a document describing how to sell a get rich program.
12:21 -I would bet $100 to your $1 that Barry has never walked through the door at Frilly's.And I would be $1000 to you $1 that he has never been in the "cantina" part of Frilly's.I don't know how we are going to know who wins this bet unless BG replies, but I did take the precaution of being anonymous, just in case my intuition is way off.
You can stop it by not giving your credit card number to get a "free" item. A company cannot stay in business by giving away the product. If you read the fine print, it always comes with a minimum purchase agreement.
Attorney Barry Green? He comes into Frilly's allllll the time. Lousy tipper but he did help me out with that SOB ticket a couple of months ago.Courtney (my name is double fake but everything else is 100% real)
12:42...LOL! I don't think I'll take that bet, but I would like Barry to reply. Barry?
47 pounds wouldn't put a dent in Decatur women.
nor the lazy, fat, bald-headed, couch- potato Decatur men! (not to mention, INSENSITIVE men like you,1:56)
Never date a woman you can't bench press.
Same ladies appear on my Madison Wisconsin computer.....they do get around.
TO anonymous 3:28...*OTFLOLHysterically*That was sooooo funny. True but VERY, VERY funny.
FEH? i agree! lol!
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