real_lord wrote: You are totally right (as always) - so I can recommend you YES - go and ask your boyfriend about everything. You are totally right. Ask him about Terri
real_lord wrote: and about my friends in US who cannot take any US citizenship tests (though I have never written here any friends of mine take any tests there but never mind:roll: )
real_lord wrote: and ask him from time to time (if you are really planning to work as a nurse if you should cut off the particular patient of your from his/her feeding tube or not...).
real_lord wrote: I don't know! Ask him also if he wouldn't like to be a next Pope. One vote on cardinal's forum would be sure for him - your? No - you are a woman. So no entrance for you there.
real_lord wrote: PS. Are you attending any therapy simplyblessed? Think about it. Really. Cause somehow it seems to me you really should take a one.
Lot of health to you and your future patients,
NIce day to you I wish you:)))
real_lord wrote:simplyblessed - don't forget that, beg you, that Terri's husband was given 1,2 MILLION DOLLARS of compensation from botchy doctors for the accident of his wife. THINK! 1,2 MILLION DOLLARS! What did he do with this money? The hospice where Terri was living was kept from public taxes not from his 1.2 million dollars of compansation. Moreover, he managed to build some houses, some ENDLESS POOLS, have new girlfriend, two kids with her (problems for Terri with getting pregnant as I can read) so - he became a lord of life with his only dream to kill his wife, be widower and remarry.
HM? Jewish lobby rules in Florida. You have Jewish rules there.
But as far as I know Jews accept divorces while catholics no.
Well ...better to switch into CHARLES and Camilla. I like life-lasting love-stories!:)))
real_lord wrote:Simply - you seem to boil down all christianity to marriage?!?
Don't be so simple, beg you. Nothing nowhere is told - as far as I know about any fathers or husbands responsible for their daughters/wives. There is Jewish tradition, not Christian.
real_lord wrote:Besides neither Christ nor any of his closest disciples weren't married (during time of their living together and after Christ's death at least).
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