joshuababb84
member since 03/15/2013
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227 days ago

I was going to get an identity protection service one way or the other, and when I looked into the different ones available, I decided ID guard was the best way to go for me. I love the tools they provide related to computer protection, because I honestly never liked sharing any financial info on sites like ebay or Amazon, but I feel safer doing so now. On top of it all, if my wallet gets stolen, they help you get all your cards cancelled and even give you money to survive with. I haven't had to use it yet, but I have been known to have a bit too much fun on the weekends and leave it laying around somewhere. So it's good to have lol

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227 days ago

Thanks enoughofthat... but the point of the church is that it's all accepting. I never said it was christian. I said that I CAME ACROSS it during my search for progressive christian organizations.

I'm christian, and i'm accepted into the church as-is. K thanks!

227 days ago

I hated when this show went off the air! I really enjoyed it during my younger years. And, not to mention, I had a little crush on Lacey Chabert (don't worry, I was underage at the time as well lol). The show was really intense, and FAR outdid any comparable show (Dawson's Creek, 7th Heaven BLAH).

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231 days ago

I am just now getting acquainted to this religious movement. I found it during my searches of progressive christian organizations, and it seems to be everything that I'm looking for in a congregation. I'm very oriented towards social justice and equality, and while everyone may say this, it's not really true if they use religion to justify keeping rights away from anyone, regardless of race, gender, ethnicity, religious beliefs, or sexual orientation.

The Unitarian Universalism group seems to offer what our religious giants (Jesus, Muhammad) really wanted... love and acceptance. I simply can't wait to get more involved.

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233 days ago

I was so upset when I was moving out of the South because I thought I would never see a Hardee's again. I first moved to Castle Rock, CO, and my disappointments were confirmed when I saw a Hardee's NOWHERE. I ended up going to Carl's Jr, though, because I noticed it looked almost the exact same as Hardee's... at least on the exterior. To my delight, it was just about the same inside too :) I have now moved to Los Angeles, and the Carl's Jr here is just as great. I'm pretty sure they're owned by the same company, but if not, they do a great job of giving me the Hardee's that I love without the name.

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