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Question I have... What is a good Nutrisystem diet for a 13 year old girl? Thanks in advance for any comment. Another question I got... Remember to vote (and fix your typos)..

asked Apr 21 at 08:21

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Audrey
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I'm stumped. I'm not so sure what is the right answer. I'll do some research and get back to you if I bump into an answer. You should email the people at Nutrisystem as they probably know..

answered Apr 21 at 09:41

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Got up around 4:30am.. got to the voting place at 5:30am.. the line was insane. However, I listened to NPR this morning on the drive to work and everywhere is the same story so make sure you bring a book! Or an ipod. Krispy Kream was giving out free donuts... But I'm smarter than to cave into said teasing..

I still remember the "vote or die" campaign by, I believe, MTV...

answered Apr 21 at 11:07

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I voted at 8:30 after a 45 minute wait. If I had waited until 10 AM, I pretty sure I could have walked right in...

answered Apr 21 at 11:50

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Francisco
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Free Coffee, donuts, and ice cream. Those making a "bad" decision will all be a little fatter. But not us..

Http://www.bizjournals.com/triangle/...3/daily14.html..

answered Apr 21 at 13:16

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I voted about two weeks ago. Since I travel some for work, I put myself on the absentee list so I just get my ballot by mail and send it back in early for each election..

No long lines or me, just a stamp...

answered Apr 21 at 14:13

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My wife and I were in line at 6:20 AM this morning (the polls opened at 7 AM) and were numbers 78 & 79. When we left there were probably another 350 - 450 people in line. It was an incredible turnout!.

I just passed by our polling place a bit ago and they were still lined up out the door!..

answered Apr 21 at 15:39

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Briana
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Permanent absentee. No lines, no controversy, no free doughnuts... no problem...

answered Apr 21 at 16:10

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Reese
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I voted Sunday before last and waited in line for about an hour. And that was during a Cowboy's game. Things are usually pretty dead during that time...

answered Apr 21 at 16:36

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Alaina
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I voted at 7:05 this morning. I thought I was at the wrong place. There were only 5 cars outside so I walked in and voted with one other person. What does that say about the people in my town? Maybe they are just late risers...

answered Apr 21 at 17:25

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I voted the second day of early voting here in NC and waited in line for 2 hours to do my patriotic duty. Btw, I'm counting those 2 hours as very slow cardio. Did I mention my feet hurt?..

answered Apr 21 at 18:55

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I`m curious about the long wait times. Isn`t every other school used as a polling centre(question mark not working) Same for Krispy Kreme(any company) hanging around the polls - how can they allow advertising like that next thing you know `this poll brought to you by``..

answered Apr 21 at 19:39

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Julius
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Voted this morning after my workout at about 8:15. No wait...

answered Apr 21 at 20:45

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Imani
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This could be taken a couple of different ways...

answered Apr 21 at 21:50

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I got off at work at 3:00 today, and went strait to vote. I made it home just before 5 lol. Helluva line...

answered Apr 21 at 23:20

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Well, it's all over but the sweepin'..

My red-state turned blue, maybe. I know we ousted Liddy Dole and elected Kay Hagen. We also elected a Democratic Governor, Bev Perdue..

It's still up in the air as to whether we went blue for the President too, but it looks hopeful with Obama ahead by ^11,000..

Speaking of Liddy Dole, I was surprised she came home to announce her defeat. I only live 2 miles from her house here in Salisbury, N.C. She was only home for 20 days last year. Bob must be poppin' the Viagra again..

No matter your affiliation or political views, you have to admit it's a proud day in America when we can put an African American in the White House. My first day of school in 1970 was also the first day of busing here. I was escorted to my very first class ever by a highway patrolman. Praise Glory, look how far we've come. I've always been proud to be an American, but today I walk about a half inch taller...

answered Apr 22 at 00:51

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I agree on this. I am proud to be an American today and realize that no matter who is in the White House, or who wins an election, one thing that sets us apart from many other nations in the world is over 220 years of peaceful transition of power..

Perhaps what we need is the inspirational, transformational leader in Barack Obama. I don't agree with all of his philosophy or policy, but I do think that the election of an African-American - mixed-race actually, says a lot for whom we can choose to lead us..

He will not be perfect, but no president is. I look forward to seeing how things in Washington change, and whether or not I am better or worse for it. If things get better, then this election was more than a victory for Democrats and African-Americans. If things get worse, we'll have another choice in 4 years..

God Bless America and God Bless the President-elect...

answered Apr 22 at 01:29

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Not all schools are used as polling places. In fact, it is almost discouraged since 9/11 and Columbine..

In my area, we have 1 school and 1 church as the nearest precincts..

In the community in which I teach, they use the high school as a polling station, but other precincts are in various other public buildings...

answered Apr 22 at 02:11

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Damon, I'm with you 110%..

I was born into a place that made people drink from a seperate water fountain simply because of the color of their skin..

Fash forward to last night's outcome and that's a lot of changes to happen in one lifetime....

I hope that in another 40 years people will wonder what the fuss was ever about. And that everyone will be judged solely on their character and their actions...

answered Apr 22 at 02:40

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That was one hell of a speech he gave last night..

I voted absentee last week also..

WHY AREN'T absentee ballots POSTAGE FREE???.

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answered Apr 22 at 04:10

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It will be quite a site to watch President elect Obama walk into the White house, a building that was built by slaves, twice. Just wow...

answered Apr 22 at 05:05

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One of my sons and his wife went to the acceptance speech in Chicago. He said he was about two football fields back from Obama, but he could see clearly on the screens and hear everything from the speakers okay. I told him he can tell his children and grand-children he was there for the acceptance speech of the first African-American in the history of the United States. Amazing..

I, too, remember visiting the south (New Orleans) in my teens in the early 1960's and seeing the signs for "whites only" drinking fountains. Hailing from Pennsylvania and Missouri and having multi-cultural friends, I just didn't get it..

Obama will bring an intellect to the office of president that has been sorely missing. If you didn't vote for him or don't agree with everything he stands for, I just hope you will give him some time and some room before you draw too many conclusions...

answered Apr 22 at 06:01

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Look here gyrene, "obama" is in your screen name, not mine..

By the way, nice results on your first week. 9#, awesome..

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answered Apr 22 at 06:24

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Denise
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Considering this screen name was created so recently, I think we can give the newbie a little slack. Not much, but a little...

answered Apr 22 at 06:40

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Olivia
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Something that I find interesting about Obama is that of all the people that call themselves "African-American", with his father being from Kenya and his mother being an America, he truly fits the bill. I like to think we're all just plain ol' Americans though...

answered Apr 22 at 07:50

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Alessandra
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Agreed here - and perhaps Obama's election takes us one step closer to that identification..

I was far from overwhelmed by his philosophy and policy, but I am very excited about the history that I witnessed on Tuesday...

answered Apr 22 at 08:08

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