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Rebelofsociety
The man is essentially a third parent-in-law, so I feel I should, but my HR department does not seem to know and is taking a long time to find out...longer than he may have at this point. My company does offer health insurance and other benefits for domestic partnerships, so I feel this would/should be covered. Has anyone else had experience with this?
Sully
My father is 91 and in very frail health. He asked us for a lawn mower for Fathers Day, We assumed it was his usual sense of humor. He went on to explain how much he wishes he could still do the things that he complained about so often in life.
Amazing Guy
one wish to do with your home. What would you change, have, add, eliminate, to make your home your castle?
Amazing Guy
The Akashic Records or "The Book of Life" can be equated to the universe's super computer system. It is this system that acts as the central storehouse of all information for every individual who has ever lived upon the earth. More than just a reservoir of events, the Akashic Records contain every deed, word, feeling, thought, and intent that has ever occurred at any time in the history of the world. Much more than simply a memory storehouse, however, these Akashic Records are interactive in that they have a tremendous influence upon our everyday lives, our relationships, our feelings and belief systems, and the potential realities we draw toward us.
Billy
I'm trying to access a shared folder on one of my network PCs and each time I try, I get the above message. How do I fix this using Vista Home Premium.