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    This is so cute.....
    They all better enjoy being friends now.......

    Tiger and orangutan babies are playmates!



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      [quote user="JerseyGiant21"]This is so cute.....
      They all better enjoy being friends now.......

      Tiger and orangutan babies are playmates!



      [/quote]

      Yeah that is cute, if they grow up together, they will definitley get along. I wonder if they
      are going to separate them?

      It's so niiiice out!!!!

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        maybe it will catch up with her. Who knows, maybe we will see the silly ho shave her head too! </P>


        I can't believe some guys think she's hot. </P>

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          [quote user="AsianGiant"][quote user="JerseyGiant21"]This is so cute.....
          They all better enjoy being friends now.......

          Tiger and orangutan babies are playmates!



          [/quote]

          Yeah that is cute, if they grow up together, they will definitley get along. I wonder if they
          are going to separate them?

          It's so niiiice out!!!!
          [/quote]

          No..they are gonna have to seperate them.
          Those tigers will wanna eat meat soon....their playmates may soon be dinner! [:O]

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            [quote user="mjg407"]

            maybe it will catch up with her. Who knows, maybe we will see the silly ho shave her head too! </p>


            I can't believe some guys think she's hot. </p>[/quote]

            Far from it, I get grossed out looking at her. I hope it does catch up to her in some form....

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              The dow is a freakin roller coaster today, it was up a hundered earlier.

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                [quote user="JerseyGiant21"]

                No..they are gonna have to seperate them.
                Those tigers will wanna eat meat soon....their playmates may soon be dinner! [:O]
                [/quote]


                Ohhh that is too bad....oh well....

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                  [quote user="mjg407"]The dow is a freakin roller coaster today, it was up a hundered earlier.[/quote]


                  Yeah we're fine, there is no need to panic at all....my stock ticker is lit up in green today....

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                    Coed found dead in submerged SUV
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                    <DIV class=source>This doesn't give me to much faith in our police here!</DIV></DIV>
                    <P class=textBodyBlack>NELSON -- Authorities looking for Biggs resident Veronica Guzman were about to announce her disappearance as suspicious Tuesday when a Butte County sheriff's helicopter spotted the young woman's battered vehicle upside down in an irrigation canal. </P>
                    <P class=textBodyBlack>Guzman's body was found inside, still held tight by seat belts. Investigators made a preliminary determination that her death was an accident, and have virtually ruled out foul play. </P>
                    <P class=textBodyBlack>The discovery brought a sudden and unexpected end to an eight-day search for the Chico State University sophomore, last seen Feb. 19 when she left a class on the campus around 4 p.m. </P>
                    <P class=textBodyBlack>Her family expected her home by 5 p.m., and reported her missing early the next morning. </P>
                    <P class=textBodyBlack>Chico State University Police Chief Eric Reichel said his department was about to announce the formation of a task force, also including Gridley-Biggs police and the Butte County District Attorney's Office, to launch a stepped-up search for Guzman, 19. </P>
                    <P class=textBodyBlack>Guzman's 1999 Honda CRV went into an irrigation canal west of the Midway, about five miles south of Durham. </P>
                    <P class=textBodyBlack>California Highway Patrol officer Sean Fischer said there was an indication that Guzman first lost control of the vehicle about 150 feet north of where it came to rest. He said she may have overcorrected, then skidded off the west shoulder of the road, striking an embankment covered in heavy, dry vegetation. </P>
                    <P class=textBodyBlack>Fischer said the woman's vehicle rolled at least twice before entering the water, which was about four feet deep. The rear of the SUV remained about three feet above the water line. </P>
                    <P class=textBodyBlack>No one apparently witnessed the crash. </P>
                    <P class=textBodyBlack>The search for Guzman steadily grew since Feb. 20, with officers looking for her car on routes she might have taken between Chico and Biggs. </P>
                    <P class=textBodyBlack>Although the Midway was driven multiple times by officers, and by family members and friends, Reichel said the Honda would never have been spotted from the road. </P>
                    <P class=textBodyBlack>Cook said air support from the sheriff's office was requested last Thursday, but Tuesday was the first time helicopters became available during flyable weather. </P>
                    <P class=textBodyBlack>He said two helicopters were up Tuesday morning, performing grid searches, when the vehicle was spotted. </P>
                    <P class=textBodyBlack>Guzman had been a licensed driver for less than a year, Reichel said. A preliminary indication by CHP officers at the scene indicated she may have been traveling at a high rate of speed when the accident occurred. </P>
                    <P class=textBodyBlack>Guzman was majoring in sociology at Chico State and instructors in the department set up a Web site last week to help disseminate information about the missing student. </P>

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                            MJ, do you know why the gov't caps our IRA contributions to $4K a year?

                            What gives? There should be no cap at all...why are they trying to limit how much
                            we can earn in later years?

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                              [quote user="mjg407"]<h1>Illicit Steroid Sales Network Catering to Celebrities, Athletes Busted</h1>


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                              If I were in charge of the NFL, I would make it a 2 strike thing.

                              The first time you're caught, you are done for the year, no pay.
                              The next time caught, you are out of the league forever.

                              As soon as 1 or 2 huge named athletes get caught, it will end this 'roid scandal
                              forever...

                              Plus organizations would really look into who they want on the team because if
                              one gets caught it could screw up their entire year...


                              Is baseball wants to follow, they can go for it..but the NFL should lead the pack....

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                                [quote user="AsianGiant"]MJ, do you know why the gov't caps our IRA contributions to $4K a year?

                                What gives? There should be no cap at all...why are they trying to limit how much
                                we can earn in later years?
                                [/quote]Well if you do a traditional IRA ( which most of us can't because you have to earn a pretty low threshold) it used to only be 2000 a year. The money you put in there is pre tax dollars so lets say you earn 40K, you put 4K in your IRA, you only pay fed taxes on 36K. The Roth is really much better because you don't get the pretax advantage, but your money grows tax free and when you take it out that is tax exempt too. The reasoning is most likely a risk mitigation thing. They want to still stick it to you somehow. 401Ks are even crazier. The max you can contribute can be limited to what others at your work do! So if you are in a small company, with very few employees contributing, the GOV limits how much you can contribute.

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