"One could argue the same pointlessness and stupidity of the Stiletto Heel. They are painful, pointless, and make the wearer look like an idiot for wanting to trapse around all day in pain for the sake of fashion. However, women wear them, because it…"
"I still knock on wood, why can't you believe in ghosts? Same difference :)
If you are counting Ghost Hunters as your proof, I can see where you would believe because they are so scientific and honest looking, but sometimes you have to step…"
"I downloaded Safari and *poof* all my problems vanished... isn't Apple amazing? It should be worshiped as gods and people should kill each other over which macOS version was the best instead :P
I did try firefox, opera, and updated my IE (not…"
"I've used firefox in the past, but right now I use Google Chrome web browser. I works great, I love the way the history, and bookmarks are done. I get almost no spyware/malware on my computer using it.
If you got a bad virus on your computer…"
"Sorry for the delay, trying to stay away remember ;) Haha. Anyway, I got a bunch of different malware "sweepers" and such things and nothing came back as corrupted or an issue of any kind.
My computer mostly hates me is what's wrong…"
"Yes, I would love to know precisely what it is you are doing here that makes you suspect malware. No offense, but people often blame mundane anomolies on malware. Especially techies - rather than look stupid and admit they can't fix your…"
"Aha... I see, work computer, IE7, and no IT department that actually cares, no wonder your malware ridden. Avoiding any IE version is generally recommended, just because there are to many close programing ties to the operating system.
Hi Laura, I found my ceremony. It's pretty short and simple. You many use any part of it (we "borrowed" most of it), or none at all...
Dear family and friends, Liz and Mark have invited you here today to witness and celebrate this public declaration of the commitment they have made to one another. Let us support them with our hope, love, and respect.
Liz and Mark are two people who love each other sincerely, honor each other as individuals, and wish to unite their lives and share the future together. In this ceremony, they dedicate themselves to the happiness and well being of each other, in a union of mutual caring and responsibility.
May you pledge to continue your loving friendship as partners in marriage; to talk and to listen, to trust and appreciate one another, and to respect and cherish each other's uniqueness. May you build a home that is compassionate, full of respect and honor for others and each other. A home forever filled with peace, happiness, and love.
(face each other and hold hands)
I, Liz, take you, Mark, to be my partner. I promise before these witnesses to love and care for you all of our days. I accept you with your faults and your strengths, even as I offer myself with my faults and strengths. I choose you as the one with whom I will spend my life.
I, Mark, take you, Liz, to be my partner. I promise before these witnesses to love and care for you all of our days. I accept you with your faults and your strengths, even as I offer myself with my faults and strengths. I choose you as the one with whom I will spend my life.
May the rings you exchange today, outward and visible signs of your commitment, symbolize the love that binds you together.
(put rings on fingers)
Now, may the confidence, trust, and affection you have for each other on this day, sustain you as you go forth upon your journey of life together with its joy, its laughter, its sorrow and its pain. May your path guide you to a greater understanding of the universe.
With the exchange of vows and rings and the witnessing of this company, the two of you have performed the ceremony that binds you together for life. On behalf of the Commonwealth of Virginia and with personal pleasure I declare that you are man and woman united in marriage.