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  • I am 15 and i got my working papers at 14, but i looked all over and every one said i had to be 15 or 16. So about a month from my 15th birthday, i went to a mcdonalds and they had a sign and said they were hiring w/e i went in and talked to them and i started out just cleaning the place and stuff then when i turned 15 i started working the cash register, but by law i cant work around any dangerous machines or in a kitchen. So, you could try fast food restaurants, a movie theater or bagging at a grocery store.
  • I know Kroger accepts 15 year olds to work there.
  • volunteer, cuz when you want a job they love to see volunteering. and maybe it could even get you a job
  • paper boy/girl or help your parents out (chores or helping their business out)
  • supermarkert or clothes shop
  • I'm planning to move to South Carolina from Missouri. It is kind of a on a whim decision but I want to be fully prepared. Right now I'm trying to save up probably over $3,000 so I have a good cushion and I've all but decided on what place I'd like to live in. I'll be moving there with only one person knowing me. No family and only my best friend (who may become more once I'm there). I was wanting to know what type of vehicle I should buy before I move because I want something that will hold my limited amount of things. 3 pieces of furniture (an antique desk, a 6' curio cabinet and a upright dresser) and about 6 boxes as well as a decent sized TV. I'd also like to have some room so I won't need to buy another vehicle shortly after moving there. I don't really want to stay with his family (right now he lives with his parents) because I'd feel like a burden even though I'd have cash to help. My question is can you help with things I haven't figured into this equation?
  • As I said the decision was made on a whim because I want an adventure. I figure hell I'm 24 and I need to be somewhere that I'l be happy with for the rest of my life. I'm not moving there just because of my best friend even though he is a deciding point in it. I was wanting to move there anyway because it's away from my family and somewhere that certain ppl would never think of to look for me. I am wanting to take my time to plan this out and not just have what money I saved and nothing else. I'm sure I can find work once I'm there so a job I'll be looking for a couple weeks before I leave so I can set up interviews for right after I get there. Thanks.
  • I just moved from Oklahoma to North Carolina, so I understand. It cost me $1500 for the UHaul, $800 in gas, and 2 days to get there. Once I got here, it cost me $200 to start a storage contract for my stuff (we moved in with his sister). Then we had to look for jobs and save the money to get us into our own place. The deposit was $725, and we had to add in another $725 for the first month's rent ($1450). Then we had to pay a $200 deposit for electricity, $100 for water and sewage, and another $150 for the phone. Not to mention that where we are we don't have cable, so sattelite cost us another $200. Plus add in the fact that we were paying half of all the bills at his sister's house, well, you get the point. So, if after reading this you still want to move, may I suggest that you save about $5000 instead of $3000, and buy a full sized truck to haul your stuff. Plus, the truck could come in handy later, like if you want to buy a boat or a camper or whatever you may be into. Or, if you decide to sell, trucks usually sell faster than cars (guys love trucks).
  • Frankly, I would research the area thoroughly before moving anywhere. Secondly, make sure you have permanent employment before you move. Saving $ is great - but when the money runs out, which will be very quickly - you will need to be working. Never move anywhere without a job waiting for you. Ever. What may seem like a wonderful situation today, can become a disaster tomorrow - and without warning - so you have to be ready for everything and anything if at all possible. Since you have the time, take the time and make the right decisions. Never move on a whim. Spontaneity is a a beautiful thing at the right moment. Moving your life from one state to another should not be a whimsical or spontaneous move. If you plan this correctly, it will work out for you no matter what happens to other people. Other people change. One can never be certain about what another person will do. No matter how well you think you know them. I know that sounds harsh - but believe me - it's true. Basically what I'm saying is trust yourself and your instincts and you should be fine. As far as a vehicle goes you can buy a smaller vehicle (economical) and attach a U-haul-it behind it with your items. That way you don't have a gas-guzzler on your hands after you move. Hope this helps you and Good Luck to You!
  • It might be cheaper to just go backpacking though asia if it's adventure you want. Going to missouri will hardly be an "adventure"....the midwest outside of cities(like chi-town) can be boring as hell. It's strip mall after strip mall after tract housing after occasional farm. I grew up in Illinois and been around the midwest.....needless to say, it's hardly a tourism hub for a good reason. Going to the midwest to live is something to do when you'd like an affordable place to raise a family. I can't imagine why a young person would go to live here except for the major cities. BTW, beware banking plans partially on the assurance the the friendship will last or relationship will bloom....if a split happens(or he finds someone else and decides to move in) you could be in some financial trouble.
  • I am truthfully relocating a horse from Alabama to Georgia this weekend and likewise relocating on from Georgia again to Alabama.... little horsie switch! All I want is a present coggins (I opt for withing 6 months) and a well being certificates. Some barns selected to do a quarentine on all new horses to the barn (although they are from simply down the avenue). And it is a very well train. It dependable guards the present horses on the facility from any sicknesses the brand new horse can have (although the pony has a transparent coggins). As good because it dependable guards the brand new horse, and offers it time to settle in earlier than being placed out with the opposite horses.
  • Can you believe we have killed over 60 million of our own people ?? Is this insane??. Does anyone really think abortion isn't killing? 60 million people is the population of : kentucky louisiana south carolina alabama colorado minisota tennesee indiana maryland and arizona thats like shooting every single person...man /woman /child in those states ..thats a lotta dead people ..Can you even fathom the amount of dead??http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_U.S...
  • hey link this is usa not the world this is in 35 years / these are innocent not car accidents who can support this on any level I'm not an activist I don't think about this often enough actually ...don't start this I ain't a woman argument ..no kidding and my response is colorado nuke it. nuke maine nuke nuke nuke come on these numbers stagger the mind .. this isn't a rant ...can you concieve of that many dead ???
  • Man to man, jeff: Why is it any of your business? Men don't get pregnant. We have no right to ever -- EVER -- tell a woman what to do with her body. And if you go off and tell me "It's God's business," I will tell you this: You're being arrogant, presumptuous and intrusive. Stay out of it. 70 million died in wars just in the 20th Century. 10 million of those were slaughtered just because of their religion, mental capacities, sexual orientation, politics or ethnicity. At least 20 million Native Americans were killed because they didn't convert to Christianity fast enough to suit the European invaders. Millions of others die each year in automobile accidents. If you want to get upset about the "amount of dead," you're looking in the wrong places. The world is full of unwanted, unloved children. They populate the prisons and mental hospitals all over. Get upset about that. Get upset about the teen girls dumping their newborns in wastecans because people like you have made it so difficult for them to get the help they need. When you and the rest of the "pro-life" hypocrites are ready to line up and adopt every fetus you "save," maybe then we'll listen to you. It's my observation you "pro-life" people are nothing of the sort. You expend little to no energy working to make life better for the people who are already HERE. You are not pro-life; you're pro-BIRTH. When that child you "saved" is born, you turn your backs and walk away, especially if that child isn't white. Then you call Rush Limbaugh, or Laura Ingraham or Sean Hannity and complain about "unwed welfare mothers." I have a better idea for you: You and your pro-life buddies start campaigning for comprehensive sex education, and instruct people on how not to get pregnant in the first place. You're not going to stop people from having sex, no matter how much Jesus you throw at them. "Abstinence Education" is a tragic joke. Kids (and adults) need science-based, factual, religion-free sex education. They need to stop being lied to about condoms. If you decrease pregnancies, you decrease abortion. How the logic of that escapes the pro-lifers is way beyond me. *Last edit* Just for the record, I am a nurse by profession, 31 years now. I am no fan of abortion, either. However, I think your numbers are still a bit off. When we take a woman's medical history, we list pregnancies, live births, and abortions. In medical parlance, ANY terminated pregnancy is an abortion, including spontaneous abortions, commonly know as miscarriages. That a certain group has made the term "abortion" so hateful is unfortunate, and I think many of them use miscarriages in their statistics to make it look worse than it really is. The average number of therapeutic abortions since 1973 has been 1.5 million per year. Not a nice number, I agree, but as others point out that represents POTENTIAL life, not real life. And yes, I can fathom the amount you mention. We, as a race, have killed that many and many more just because we disagreed with them.
  • no, abortion isn't murder. 1) its not a human life yet. 2) 60 million is a meaningless exaggeration. that is(arguably) how many *in history* while a very impressively large number... accumulating it over like 75 years or something makes it rather meaningless. 3) potential life is not the same as actual life.
  • Fascinating.
  • I destroyed 170 million potential human lives yesterday alone... Imagine, half the population of the US dead on tissues! I must be a horrible person.
  • Yeah and can you imagine how much welfare money that you would be paying out for those kids if they had been born? How many unwanted crack babies have you adopted this year? Edit: Why don't you worry about the already born children who are dying every day in Iraq, the sons and daughters that we've raised and nurtured... I'd trade 50 aborted fetuses for the life of one American soldier...
  • Get yourself a blog or a stand on a street corner. This isn't a rant forum. Why is it most anti-choicers are people who never have to worry about unwanted pregnancies?
  • I'm glad. Think how much worse the current recession would be if there were so many more people.
  • They need to put rubber factories in all those states.
  • Why don't you worry about yourself and stay out of the vaginas of women you will never meet? Why is it YOUR problem? Abortion is a personal issue,... if you don't want one, don't have one.
  • So how many unplanned children have YOU adopted? prolifeismurder.com I've researched the info on the above site, it is accurate.
  • Aaaw, that's cool and a nice plan :) I'm no longer in highschool, I graduated with the class of 2011, whoo-hoo! *dances* ^_^ I'm on a gap year, I didn't want to go to university/college right away, I wanted to have some time for myself, gain some experience, study for some more exams and boost my grades, and to also earn some cash before I go to university. Right now, I work as a health care assistant in a hsopital in London, and I recently got a little part-time job working in a care home for the elderly, and I take their blood pressure, read to them, make them cups of tea. I also work with elderly people who have had a stroke, and I teach them how to speak and read again, and I work with the pisotherapists to help them walk again. I also work with deaf children, as I am fluent in sign language :) I'm going to university this coming September, and I am so happy and pumped up. Everything's falling into place and this year went so fast, but I can't wait for university, it's going to be so much fun & I am so pumped up. At university, I think I'm going to go on campus, because I do want the college experience and I am going to study Child Nursing :D xoxo
  • I'm going to college/university (Still not too sure what the difference is) get a bachelors in early childhood Through childhood education, Get a job in an inner city school then go back to school and get a masters in School psychology, get a job maybe as a school psychologist and Maybe if i'm still as ambitious ill go get a PhD in clinical psychology and become a child psychologist with specialization in play therapy :)
  • I hope to attend Uni in Urbana-Champaign, Illinois. I also hope to get a job and move out right away. Me and my friends promised each other we'd all travel the U.S. and the world together. We plan on going to New York after we graduate. I hope we can make it happen. :3 I also hope I can complete veterinary education and become a successful veterinarian. If that doesn't happen, fine. I have a gift/talent for writing and will just become an author. It'll take time but it's do-able.
  • If my sister keeps her goal of graduating early, I want to travel with her and our older brother to South America. We are already saving for the trip. Our goal is to be on the road for six months at least or until we run out of money. I have not decided on the university I want to attend. At first I thought I would want to travel back to the US and study there, but I've been thinking about that and not only would it be more expensive but I do not want to be so far away from my siblings. Regardless of what university I pick, I want to study medicine and specialize on immunology, like my father.
  • Hi! My name is Vanessa! I'm a 17 year old, senior in high school. I'm going to graduate with Honors in June. This summer I plan to move into my own home. I plan to attend school and become a nurse. My boyfriend and I have been dating since we were 15 years old (So, 3 years!). We love each other so much and we both have sat down with our parents and talked about getting married someday. After college, we both would like to get married. As for children, I adore children. I have always wanted between 3 or 5 kids. I have also always wanted to adopt. I hope to adopt a child, but have a few of my own. I devote my time to making the world be a better place and sharing the word of God! God bless!
  • Hi! My name is Jade! Right now I am currently a high school senior (I'm 18 years old). For starters, after high school I want to move into my own house. In my Junior year I began thinking about what I wanted to do with my life. I was thinking about: culinary arts. After graduation (in June) I hope to go to culinary school. I'm also writing my own cookbook right now composed of my favorite recipes. I'm currently dating an amazing man (his name his Christopher) and I'm hopeful he will propose after graduation, we both are in love with each other. I've also always wanted kids, I've always wanted between 3 to 5 kids. I want to adopt, but I also want some of my own. =) I live in Pennsylvania and want to stay living here. God bless you and I hope everything works out!
  • Uni or College, preferably University, but I might not get in. Then, after my post-secondary education, i'll get a job and go where life takes me.
  • I plan on... -Moving out into an apartment. -Getting a job that summer -Going to collage/university to get my Bachelor's degree of science in nursing. -Moving out of the province to get settled & everything.
  • I'm going to college and then after college I'm going to go to physical therapy school.
  • Hopefully go to college if there's any way I could possibly afford it, then after that who knows.
  • By now it’s old news that presidential candidate Ron Paul, the ten-term congressman from Texas, has more cash on hand than does the floundering John McCain – whose campaign staffers are fleeing as fast as they can. Now that doesn’t make any sense at all, if the neoconservative crazies who dominate conservative media are to be believed. Since Ron Paul criticizes U.S. foreign policy, and since he has this oddball idea that bombing and starving people can make them angry, he isn’t a "patriot" like them. So resolutely have they bought into the silly fiction that "we are the government," these cheerleaders for the warfare state actually seem to take personal offense at Paul’s criticism of U.S. government policies. Once in a while I can’t resist and wind up posting a defense of Ron Paul in the comments section of a hostile blog. I’ve been called a "liberal" more times than I can count by people who evidently know nothing about the actual history of liberalism, conservatism, and libertarianism in America. (Liberalism’s relatively lackluster antiwar record and the totally forgotten presence of an anti-state, antiwar tradition in America – of which Congressman Paul is our greatest representative today.) Days after the fateful South Carolina debate in which Ron Paul refused to flatter and patronize the American people, instead explaining to them the concept of "blowback" (that foreign intervention can lead to unintended, undesirable consequences), the Texas congressman held a special press conference with Michael Scheuer, the former head of the CIA’s bin Laden unit. Scheuer, incidentally, is a conservative who has never voted for a non-Republican candidate. The event should have received more attention than it did – since Scheuer was there to say that Dr. Paul had been exactly right in his exchange with Rudy Giuliani: More details : read more : There are now ten Republican candidates in the field and there are eight Democrats. Seventeen of them are not at all a worry to Osama bin Laden and what he represents…. Dr. Paul has hit on exactly the only indispensable ally that al Qaeda, Osama bin Laden, and their allies have, and that’s U.S. foreign policy. It is a patent absurdity on the part of the governing establishment in the United States to believe that the war we are engaged in at the moment has anything to do with our freedoms, our democracy, gender equality, or my having a Budweiser after work…. This war has to do with our foreign policy and its impact in the Islamic world. That has nothing to do with judging the moral or monetary or political worth of our policies. It’s simply to understand what motivates our enemy. Scheuer went on to recount the Ayatollah Khomeini’s abject failure over the course of a decade to instigate a jihad against America on account of our debauchery, our entertainment, our women in the workplace, and the like. It was a complete flop. No one blew himself up because of R-rated movies. What made Osama bin Laden’s message attractive, on the other hand, was precisely that it was defensive in nature, focusing on specific grievances that resonated with his Muslim audience. (Scheuer discusses all six of them in his interview, which I urge people to listen to.) That, and not a war against the West over its decadence, is what won recruits. In other words, we may in fact be dealing not with comic-book villains but with actual human beings. "It’s very common for the slurs to be thrown when you say something like this," Scheuer hastened to add. "You’re an appeaser, you’re an anti-American. I think it’s a shame, but the governing establishment wants to protect itself. It does not want to talk about these issues…. I think Dr. Paul has done a tremendous service to the American people." It is important to debate American foreign policy for a change, he said. "At the end of the debate, Americans may decide that the foreign policy status quo that exists at the moment is what they want. But if they do, they will at least go into it with their eyes open, and know that they are in for an extended period of war, a tremendously bloody and costly war." In an interview with Antiwar Radio several days before the press conference, Scheuer said: "I thought Mr. Paul captured it the other night exactly correctly. This war is dangerous to America because it’s based, not on gender equality, as Mr. Giuliani suggested, or any other kind of freedom, but simply because of what we do in the Islamic world – because ‘we’re over there,’ basically, as Mr. Paul said in the debate." To be sure, Scheuer observed, Muhammad described the end state of Islam on earth as a caliphate in which the whole world would be Muslim. But "there’s as much chance of that happening in any kind of foreseeable future as the application of the Golden Rule, and ‘turn the other cheek’ and ‘love thy neighbor’ in the Christian world. There’s no chance. Bin Laden is popular and his message resonates because it is a defensive message. It is very much a message of ‘get out and leave us to our own problems.’" He continued: About the only thing that can hold together the very loose coalition that Osama bin Laden has assembled is a common Muslim hatred for the impact of U.S. foreign policy…. They all agree they hate U.S. foreign policy. To the degree we change that policy in the interests of the United States, they become more and more focused on their local problems: attacking the Philippine government, attacking the Saudi government or the Egyptian government…. Mr. Paul spoke not only the truth, but he spoke in the interests of the American people. And from the right and from the left he got chopped up. And at the end of the day you admire Mr. Paul’s courage but what you fear for is the security of America, because the people who attacked Mr. Paul are much more concerned with staying in power than they are with protecting my family and yours. Unfortunately, what Mr. Paul is saying…will become so clear to the American people the next time Osama bin Laden attacks inside the United States and we have a disaster bigger than 9/11. And then the talk of "they hate us for primary elections" and "they hate us for gender equality" – that will go out the window, and maybe we can get down to brass tacks after we have multiple tens of thousands of dead Americans. Antiwar Radio's Scott Horton also interviewed former CIA counter-terrorism officer Philip Giraldi, who largely shared Scheuer’s assessment: I think anybody who knows anything about what’s been going on for the last ten years would realize that cause and effect are operating here – that, essentially, al Qaeda has an agenda which very specifically says what its grievances are. And its grievances are basically that "we’re over there." So all Ron Paul was basically saying was that – even as the 9/11 commission report indicated – there were consequences for our presence in the Middle East and if we seriously want to address the terrorism problem we have to be serious about that issue. Giuliani indicated that he was not only not serious about that issue, but seemed to be ignorant of both the 9/11 [Commission] report and political realities in the Middle East. Ray McGovern, a 27-year veteran of the CIA, said largely the same thing, telling Horton: "I’m really edified by Ron Paul stepping up and stating what he believes to be the case. If you believe that they hate us for our democracy or for our freedoms, well I’ve got a bridge in Brooklyn that I’d really like to sell you at a cut rate. They hate us for our policies and that’s what Ron Paul was saying.… Giuliani…really showed his true colors there as a demagogue." All three interviews are well worth listening to – as is everything Scott Horton has ever put on the radio, in my opinion. (These interviews and more are linked here.) If you want to be talked down to and spoken to in slogans, there is no shortage of opportunities in today’s America. Ron Paul, on the other hand, on this as on everything else, refuses to pander to anyone, and tells the truth as he sees it. (He once told an audience filled with NASA employees that he had consistently voted against their programs – a typical and unremarkable episode for an honest man like Paul.) Which kind of candidate we wind up with will tell us a lot about the state of our country. July 19, 2007 Thomas E. Woods,
  • Political parties help fund a lot of electoral campaigns from key regional races to national races, but also spend a lot of money directly campaigning. One typical example are attack ads in Presidential campaigns. An individual candidate does not want to appear mean, so usually the attack ads run on their behalf come from the party or a PAC.
  • McCain had neither the money nor organization to continue his campaign after winning the New Hampshire primary in 2000. His campaign was out of money going into South Carolina. It wasn't as much support as the ability to fund and put together an effective campaign. Hard for people to believe now but in 2000, donors could not contribute over the internet. Funds had to be sent by check. It was even hard to get people to contribute using credit cards over the phone. McCain couldn't raise money fast enough to compete with Bush who had raised a great deal of money very early to bankroll his campaign organization. The Bush campaign was also very highly organized and structured. It was perfectly designed to run very effectively in the early primary States. Most of the other competition had bowed out because they realized that they couldn't match the organization. Remember in 2004, Kerry was broke a few weeks before Iowa. He borrowed against his own home to keep his campaign going. After his victory in the Iowa caucuses, the cash poured in - on the internet - and he was able to repay the loan to himself and fund his campaign. When Dean dropped out, other resources shifted to Kerry. None of that would have been possible without the internet.
  • Honestly? Because the OLD John McCain was a man of integrity who would have probably not allowed himself to be manipulated by the NeoCon into invading Iraq (man, Rumsfeld, Cheney and Wolfowitz must have been salivating and licking their chops when they saw how stupid "W" was and how determined he was to avenge his father's assassination attempt). He probably would not have been inclined to let the Enron boys, the Haliburton boys, the Blackwater boys and others blindly escape a review and critique of their activities. He probably would not have cut taxes for the wealthiest Americans when you are running a deficit and fighting a war. Indeed, given that he actually served in REAL combat and knows the TRUE price of war, McCain probably would not have made tons of Bush cronies rich by starting a war for such stupid reasons in the first place. In summary, the OLD John McCain was a TRUE Republican...a TRUE believer in responsible spending, cautious and non-evasive foreign policy and ethics in Government. In other words....he wasn't what the powers that be wanted...so they created a rumor that he had fathered a minority baby out of wedlock which of course upset "rural white America" so much that they didn't even bother to investigate the facts (McCain and his wife adopted their children, including the ones who are people of color) I really suspect John McCain would LOVE to just kick "W"'s smug hindquarters if given a chance... I suppose I can hope he holds the evil cabal accountable for what they have done to this country should he be elected....lets see if the OLD John McCain is still around...
  • No, it wasn't a lack of confidence. It was because Bush was well-connected and raised a helluva lot more money for his campaign than did McCain. That's the secret of American politics these days, have lots of money to buy advertising to say even nonsense but repeat it over and over ( Yes we can. Yes we can. Yes we can -- do WHAT exactly? ). Obama has raised a ton of money and George Soros has opened an enormous fund to attack John McCain so the money is against McCain again this time. Obama had originally promised to limit his funding to what the public would afford IF his opponent did so as well. Now that John McCain has taken him up on that pledge, Obama is backing off because he has an enormous advantage in fund-raising.
  • You obviously pay no attention whatsoever to the news. But I'll fill you in. Conservatives are not in full support of McCain. There was a huge controversy over McCain winning the Republicans. You must have been too stoned during those few months to pay attention to the news. But the fact of the matter is, no matter how much we don't want McCain in office, there is no way we can sit back and let Obama (the farthest left senator in office) or Clinton (I'll fix all your problems with taxpayers' money senator) win this election.
  • Bush is a Conservative Republican while McCain is a Moderate. Since President Bush can only do two terms We get to choose again. While the Democrats are still running against Bush McCain is running away with it.
  • First you need to understand the distinction between the former conservatives and republican and moderate democrats. Many in the conservative core do not support McCain based on his record. However, 99% of all Americans are eternally greatful for his exemplery service record. McCain is our last hero! McCain was selected as a result of cross over voting by moderate democrates, combined with the lack conservative support for any of the candidates. He was also assisted by a positive press core. As for president Bush...what do you consider lame? As president, his 1st priority is to protect this nation. Unfortunately he inherited a war, which had been waged on us for decades. Besides the 1993 attack on the World Trade Center, and possibly the Oklahoma City bombing, all attacks were made on US interests USS Kole, Iranian Embassy, Airline bombing killing scores of US college students over Lockerbee Scotland, etc. Busch promised us a global response to combat terrorism. Unlike many politicians, he's kept that promise, through good times and bad times. History will remember him in a positive light. BTW, we all applauded Bush's plans!
  • Indeed. Not only that, they voted for Bush over him even though the Bush campaign attacked McCain's decorated military service. Then they voted for Bush after Bush attacked Kerry's decorated military service. All the while ignoring the fact that Bush was AWOL during cake-walk guard duty and his military records conveniently "disappeared." Yet these same incidious people claim to support our troops even though the vast majority of them have never served their country. Pathetic.
  • Because Bush was a better choice. Now, Mccain is the better choice of the republicans who ran this year
  • He's not so great. He just gave Bush a big long cozy smacking bear hug to get Bush's oil contributors which guaranteed him the most money to stay in the race.
  • the cross over lib sh*i*ts forced Mc Cain on us.we are paying you back with operation chaos.the only reason (dumbo) that hillary is still running and will continue is because of the cross over republicans !you twits have 2 loosers running on your side.god help us if one of these 2 gets elected !
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