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  • I live in Missouri but my dad works in Texas He wants me to go with him this summer and said I could bring a friend. The airfare is paid for by his company so I am not asking her to bring a whole lot. Everywhere we go I end up paying for her movies skating fast food places and I ask her if she has money before she comes I didn't mind at first but now it pisses me off. She doesn't plan on going home and seeing her family before we leave and I know she has no cash with her I hinted some stuff like oh yeah me and you can shop and she saw on Facebook a friend posted something about a teen club and she said she would want to go so I found one and I was like we can go its only 10 dollars. My dad plans on going ro amusement parks and I told her that I also don't think he would be happy he has to pay for every single meal he works every week day so we would have to take a bus to get places I don't wanna pay for her anywhere I just don't know what to say to her because I am not Payin for any other thing of hers
  • If you're inviting her be prepared to pay for food, etc. If you'r not treating her as your guest, you need to tell her what you will and won't pay for. Don't drop hints. I had this happen - I was going to an event and my parents let be bring my friend - I had to pay because she was my guest and I didn't clarify things up front... valuable lesson from my parents!
  • Your only other options besides a land-line (DSL/Dialup) would be cable, satellite, Wifi or cellular. However, you CAN get DSL without voice service through your phone company. Currently I have 3Mb DSL through Verizon, but I do NOT have voice service. If I plug a phone into the line, I get a recording saying that "you do not have dial service on this line" or something to that effect. They call it a "dry loop" and may make your DSL cost a few dollars more ($5/mo for me). I don't know about your area, but DSL even without voice is the cheapest option in my area. To give you an idea... 768k DSL: $15 (+$5 for dry loop) 3Mb DSL: $30 (+$5 for dry loop) Unlimited 3G (cellular / Cingular): $45 Cable (Time Warner): $50 Satellite: $75 Wifi: None in my area You may also want to talk with the local phone provider and ask if FiOS service is available. It's a little more expensive than DSL, cheaper than cable and is pure fiber optic to your home. There are different levels of service, but I believe you can get a 30Mb connection if you want to spend the cash.
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  • Because DSL is operated over telephone lines, you have to have phone service to get it. Your only other viable option would be cable. In Philadelphia I had cable internet without cable TV but you should inquire with your local cable provider. If you already have cable television, usually a discount is provided for adding internet service.
  • DSL requires a phone line, the only way to get quick service without a phone line is to go with Cable or Wi-Fi. Wi-Fi is already built into the network card of your laptop, if you have a desktop you can still get Wi-Fi with a wireless adapter. Basically what you do is pay for access or go to "hot-spots" that allow free access to the Internet. These are generally McDonald's, libraries and Starbucks. Try the University of Missouri or the St. Louis Hot Spots Online Guide. The other method involves people keeping their local area networks unmanned, which means that anyone can get onto the signal without putting in a password. People usually figure it out after a while, because the more people that hijack the signal, the slower it is for them to connect. Some people even charge for access, whereas you pay for time on their network. If you want wired access stress that you're looking for broadband. Check out the broadband service providers site I linked to below for information on that. Another alternative is satellite. Broadband is more expensive than DSL, but cheaper than satellite or wireless access. Broadband is generally faster than DSL, under perfect conditions, because everyone in that neighborhood who is wired is sharing the bandwidth. Wi-Fi has security concerns, particularly when you aren't paying for it and are hijacking someone else's network. That someone else could record your information if you aren't visiting websites that utilize 128-bit security. If you have the bright idea of routing your broadband signal throughout your house wirelessly, as many people do so everyone in the house can connect with their laptop to the same connection so as people don't get on each other's nerves, make sure that the signal is encrypted and password protected. Know what you're paying for, dial-up access is 56k and typically costs as low as $5 a month. High-Speed, regardless of what it is, could start as low as 64k; really all that high-speed means is that it is faster than dial-up. To really make it cost effective, you need speeds that are 4 times or more that of dial-up, as high-speed usually starts at around $50. Why pay $50 for 128k access; AOL still costs $24 a month. Make sure you're getting at least 300k or more if you're going to pay that amount ($50). Also take into consideration that, like dial-up, speeds are going to vary; during peak times your high-speed connection may not even be as fast as dial-up.
  • Without a phoneline, cable or Satalitte is your best option... If you have a compatable Cell Phone, you might be able to use this as a wireless modem
  • you cant get dsl without a phone line. you need eithera phone line. Or get cable. road runner
  • Uh I couldn't afford lobster, I couldn't afford steak so a three piece chicken wing dinner that's what I ate most friends were broke, only a couple had cake sleepin outside, I had no where to take my dates walkin around everyday in the same ole clothes seein the same ole ******, and the same ole hoes strippers at the club dancin on the same ole poles drug dealers tryna get you to cocaine yo nose police raided the block, everyday at the same time tryna catch us and cuff us for comittin the same crime but we had us a vison like Jordan with Hang Time tryna make a million dollars off of nickels and dimes brotha that was eleven years ago and I'm still grindin straight up out of the ruff, I ain't nothin but a diamond use to do it for free now I'm paid for my rhymin' the money too good I ain't thinkin about retirin' and this one also Remember me, when I use to write my rhymes in class At Dick Dall Middle School, all them ****** would laugh Telling me I would never make it, cause I rap too fast I was desperately trying to find out, how to go from scraps to cash Remember, how y'all use to chase me home from school Just cause I sported corduroy britches, and Pro Wing shoes I use to have a lunch card, cause them times was hard Since the seven people living in one house, with no cars in the yard I remember stressing so hard, I couldn't keep my focus My only love was for extras, and overs **** all you ******, don't make me slap the **** out all you ****** If it ain't related to making paper, I ain't calling you ****** I bet Mo City remember, when I took it over with rapping 51-11 Ridgevan, moving that crack ***** I was stacking Residuals redeemingly, I was raw mayn raw caine Rapidly running my neighborhood, I was the law mayn 'Member when I dropped my first album, in '98 ******* with Herman Fisher, but now that ***** hate me he's a cake Suppose to be mad at me, tal'n bout I owe him some change ***** just mad cause they can't eat with me, I eat with Lil' James Rap-A-Lot Mafia my man, y'all remember the Maab This isn't Den-Den and Z-Ro, y'all better remember the squad Two different labels but the same cable, remember we connected Woodfair to Missouri City, two block of Screwed Up Texas
  • 6.5/ 10 try to match up the number of syllables in each rhyming line to make it flow better, you have a lot of unnecessary words that f*ck up the flow. It's a decent rhyme, nothing too crazy, no complicated rhymes or punchlines or anything, but not bad
  • That's kinda good, 8.5 outta 10....................
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  • Hi, Skip to the bottom if you don't plan on responding with "Just go to X and get some food". I'm in the USA, so I can't get food easily, since I am highly allergic to Mono-sodium Glutamate. MSG, as most know it, is listed on the packaging, right? No. http://www.truthinlabeling.org/ will tell you all about how MSG is hidden. The problem is that my hypothalamus is already damaged, and, whenever I have MSG, it makes me vomit everything I ate and makes me horribly ill for around a week. I have no health insurance, so I can't even go to a hospital over it. However, I can't take legal action or anything because I can't afford the time or lawyers, especially when the companies are ready to send the lawyer army after anyone who tries to sue them. Anyway, anything from grocery stores is out of the option because they only carry stuff that is jam-packed with MSG, and are packing it more and more as time goes on. Even the fruit and veggies give me horrible reactions because they somehow get MSG on them during transit. Fast food and sit-down restaurants all seem to have it in some form or another. It is unavoidable. Stop here if you were skipping. So, I usually live off of stuff without MSG that I can find, like potato chips and white rice, but I can't afford much of it as I am paying child support as well as all my bills and hospital debts. I am often very hungry, which makes me shaky, tired, and after a couple days of not eating (You can only get so much chips and rice with $30 a month for food), I'll start to get dizzy. Is there a way to control these symptoms for a while? I'm thinking that if I can get them under control for a couple months, I can get a passport or something and move to Canada where I'll be able to eat non-packed fish and stuff. I can't wait to go there. For me, nothing sounds better than to be able to go about daily life without either vomiting on myself or falling over due to malnutrition. Is there a cheap pill or something I can get? A spice combination? WhaT?
  • Thanks, but I can't hold water anymore. It doesn't stay if I don't have something to eat. I've drunk around two liters of water and peed the same amount. That's the thing, too. The local farms, the lobster on the east coast. Those can all be eaten easily. Here, in Missouri, we don't have as much as an un-injected fish. The storage salt-water uses sea salts that have MSG.
  • My family has a history with being allergic to MSG. I get visual migraines, they aren't as bad as my sister's, but I do NOT enjoy them. My dad goes blind in one eye, gets an agonizing migraine, gets burned stomach-lining, and cannot stay anywhere where it is light. So basically, we don't keep any MSG in our house. But honey, you do NOT need to move to Canada! I have been in an MSG-free house my whole life, and I live in the USA! I don't even have to be a picky shopper! It all depends on which store you go to. I personally shop at Whole Foods. Their food is absolutely delicious, healthy, and MSG-free! And there's plenty of junk food there :) As long as you buy natural, healthy food (I try to always buy organic, but I don't think that matters for your issue) you should never have to worry. You can even go out to restaurants! I go to grade A places with high-quality food. You can always ask the waiter or chef to check your meal's MSG content before you eat. Tell them you are allergic, and they will be glad to help! I have never been unhappy with my diet's tastiness or the amount of food I eat ( Except maybe when I occasionally gorge myself on something unhealthy and delicious :D ) Here is a list of quality grocery stores and restaurants that have food you should be able to eat: -Whole Foods (grocery store) -Trader Joe's (grocery store) You might want to ask the about MSG-content, I don't shop here often. -New Seasons (grocery store) -Bellagio's Pizza* (restaurant) -Natural Grocers (Never shopped here before, but I have heard it is nice) -Baja Fresh* (restaurant) -Olive Garden* (restaurant) -The Cheesecake Factory* (restaurant) -Burgerville* (restaurant) -Panera Bread* (restaurant) -Starbucks* (small meals, snacks, drinks. Though I'm pretty sure you already know that if you live in the US!) *Because these places have menus, the listed meals may change occasionally. I would ask a staff member about MSG content in your meal. My family has eaten many times at all of these places though, so I doubt anything will happen. Some tips for living with a MSG allergy: -Avoid cheap food places (McDonald's, Taco Bell, Burgerville, etc.) unless you are positive the item you are getting is MSG-free. -Be very careful when shopping for soup broths, sauces and dressings (especially soy sauce), snacks with powdery surfaces (don't eat cheetos or doritos!), processed food, food with artificial flavoring, parmasean encrusted/flavored/including foods, chicken, turkey, yogurt, croutons, and sausage. -NEVER eat jerky, Boar's Head cold cuts, junk food with flavored powder on it, fried chicken (Don't ever eat anything at Kentucky Fried Chicken!), soy sauce, or canned meats and fish unless you are ABSOLUTELY POSITIVE there is no MSG in it. It is nearly always in these foods. -Be very careful when eating at Asian restaurants. They use many sauces loaded with MSG in and on their cooking. Make sure to mention your allergies- they will be more cautious when cooking your meal. -Whenever my dad, sister, or I get a migraine it always helps to drink a lot of caffeine. Red Bull, coke, or coffee should work. I'm not sure if caffeine only works on migraines, or if you even get them, but it's worth a try! -Eating healthfully doesn't necessarily mean eating expensively. Even if you're a little low on cash, you don't have to resort to junky fast food chains that are horrible for you and your allergies. Good luck! You don't have to move to Canada just because of an allergy! :)
  • No as a I grew up poor in Georgia. I lived two other brothers and my sister. My mother was unable to work because of anxiety, depression and other health problems. There were time when we didn't know where our next meal would come from. My sister who was ten years older than us. She finish college and became a manager for t-mobile she helped us out alot. We also started getting food stamps which keep us from starving. My older brother is now finishing college and is going into law school. My other brother is going to school to become an accountant. Now I am 19 getting a degree in microbiology minor in spanish and chemistry and planning on working for the CDC soon but I know how it feels to be hungry and poor and its not great at all. so now I doing all I can as my part to try to alleviate hunger in the world. so I'm pretty sure it wasn't because my mother was to lazy to get a job that we went hungry before that she worked 6 days a week so come again.....i think not. Many people are in the situation we were. Also many countries in Africa you are either poor or rich and I think if you are poor you would not have much food so you would be hungry and I think that answers that.
  • I'm sorry but you are very misinformed. MSG is not in everything and is easy to avoid...especially when you read labels. Talk to a naturopath or a nutritionist who will help you know how to identify MSG, what to eat, etc. I have a sensitivity to MSG...and I also eat fruit, vegetables, and other items. I think you have more going on than an allergy to MSG. You may want to find a better gastroenterologist or an allergist. You can get fresh fish anywhere in the US. There are plenty of non-MSG options. That's' why I think you have more going on than an allergy to MSG. You can also apply for emergency medical assistance and they will help with you medical bills, etc. You can also apply for state low income insurance. Hospitals take a percentage of patients for free and state clinics use both sliding scale and care-for-free. You have options to get a better diagnosis.
  • Well since I live in Canada, I don't think it's any better, but we so have lots of organic & local farms. You can get lots of heathly things there. So drinking lots of cold cold water, will make you feel full.
  • First, you need to determine whether or not the land is ready to harvest. If most of the trees have a diameter at breast height (DBH) of greater that 24 inches, it's probably worth looking into. If you want to look into it, hire a reputable forester to come in and appraise the timber. A forester will do 3 things: 1. Produce an inventory of the species on the property, their density, and a set of stumpage values you can expect for several different harvest practices based on the current market (i.e. if you want to hunt on your land, you don't want to clearcut, but should use a seed tree harvest instead, etc). This is called timber cruising. 2. Find buyers for the timber. This is the key. Many people shudder at the thought of hiring a forester because they feel they're wasting money (some foresters charge up to 25% of the harvest), but there is NO reputable forester without connections to buyers willing to pay an honest price for the timber and you won't be lowballed. Loggers that both appraise and cut timber consistently lowball their estimates, sometimes paying only 1/3 or less of the true stumpage value. 3. Arrange the harvest and handle legal/permit and land use issues including state, local, and federal regulations. NEPA, Endangered Species Act, Clean Water Act, etc. A few other things: Stumpage prices are what loggers offer YOU, not what the loggers sell the timber for. This is the most recent MO timber report: http://agebb.missouri.edu/mkt/timber/arc... FYI, MBF stands for 1000 board feet, and 1 MBF= 12"x12"x1". Avoid high grading. Don't let someone come in and take all of the good looking trees and leave you with the ugly ones, and don't let anyone remove all the trees of the same species (i.e. if you let someone cut all your oak trees, you will have no seed source to regenerate them and less valuable species will take over the property). If things are dense, you could benefit from thinning. You could have someone come in and cut strips totaling 50% of the land area, which would give you some cash immediately while allowing the remaining trees to grow faster with less competition and start regenerating the areas that were already cut. This also improves wildlife habitat. Timber prices are typically highest in the winter months. Consider waiting a few more years if possible. The trees will get bigger and hopefully the economy will improve, both of which will result in higher timber value.
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