Snoring may not be only problem betwe...

Snoring may not be only problem between spouses

There are 173 comments on the Chicago Tribune story from Jul 14, 2008, titled Snoring may not be only problem between spouses. In it, Chicago Tribune reports that:

D ear Amy: My wife insists that we sleep in separate rooms. She says I snore - and maybe I do, a little - but sleeping alone makes me feel emotionally alone.

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Rational

Waymart, PA

#155 Jul 16, 2008
Flawless wrote:
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Right here baby, I'm always available for good luvin.
Mmmmmm, theres the delectible flawless! Yaaayyy!
John T

Chicago, IL

#156 Jul 16, 2008
Rational wrote:
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Wow another guy thats read Ayn Rand on the boards. You will find a few fans of hers on here.
My favorite part of the Fountainhead was the postcard that read: "Join like minded free thinkers in the Ayn Rand Society!"

“Death to humans!”

Since: Jul 08

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#157 Jul 16, 2008
John T wrote:
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My favorite part of the Fountainhead was the postcard that read: "Join like minded free thinkers in the Ayn Rand Society!"
I used it as a bookmark for a while, then sent it in.

I started Chapter VI of Atlas Shrugged today at lunch ;-)

“Nakedness reveals itself”

Since: Oct 07

Location hidden

#158 Jul 16, 2008
Misplaced Texan wrote:
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I used it as a bookmark for a while, then sent it in.
I started Chapter VI of Atlas Shrugged today at lunch ;-)
I've got ya beat vII for me =D
Rational

Waymart, PA

#159 Jul 16, 2008
John T wrote:
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My favorite part of the Fountainhead was the postcard that read: "Join like minded free thinkers in the Ayn Rand Society!"
Hahaha. Yeah, to me, The Fountainhead was just a warm up to Atlas Shrugged. You pretty much had to have a degree in architecture to keep up with the story and I found it quite frustrating having to look up so many architecture terms.
Rational

Waymart, PA

#160 Jul 16, 2008
Misplaced Texan wrote:
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I used it as a bookmark for a while, then sent it in.
I started Chapter VI of Atlas Shrugged today at lunch ;-)
Thats fantastic! Is this your first reading of it?

And you too Flawless! Good for both of you!

“Death to humans!”

Since: Jul 08

A long way from here...

#161 Jul 16, 2008
Flawless wrote:
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I've got ya beat vII for me =D
Flawless, where have you been all my life?

“Death to humans!”

Since: Jul 08

A long way from here...

#162 Jul 17, 2008
Rational wrote:
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Thats fantastic! Is this your first reading of it?
And you too Flawless! Good for both of you!
Yes, first reading.

Flawless, we should start a book club!

“Nakedness reveals itself”

Since: Oct 07

Location hidden

#163 Jul 17, 2008
Misplaced Texan wrote:
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Yes, first reading.
Flawless, we should start a book club!
Haha, sure go for it. I haven't read a full book in a LONG time. But after finishing this one I would like to continue reading and am always open to suggestions =D
Rational

Waymart, PA

#164 Jul 17, 2008
Misplaced Texan wrote:
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Yes, first reading.
Flawless, we should start a book club!
If you dont mind my asking how old are you?

The reason I ask is because my first reading was around 22-23, then I read it again a few years later, and again some years after that. The book is great its first time but probably even better upon re-reading and things change as we change and mature and you will see things differently, understand things that were said more completely etc....So make sure to always have a copy of it.

“Death to humans!”

Since: Jul 08

A long way from here...

#165 Jul 17, 2008
Rational wrote:
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If you dont mind my asking how old are you?
The reason I ask is because my first reading was around 22-23, then I read it again a few years later, and again some years after that. The book is great its first time but probably even better upon re-reading and things change as we change and mature and you will see things differently, understand things that were said more completely etc....So make sure to always have a copy of it.
No problem with you asking, and I understand your point. I'm 29, and can already see the benefit of re-reading her works. Thanks for the tip!
someone

United States

#166 Jul 17, 2008
Rational wrote:
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If you dont mind my asking how old are you?
The reason I ask is because my first reading was around 22-23, then I read it again a few years later, and again some years after that. The book is great its first time but probably even better upon re-reading and things change as we change and mature and you will see things differently, understand things that were said more completely etc....So make sure to always have a copy of it.
Yeah….Rational, I like you. I wish you many sane, sweet, above average looking (hot ones have a higher risk of high maintenance), intelligent, tidy, fertile-when-you're-ready women to choose from

But……

I did that and it didn’t help.

Still gotta go with, she's a good read when she's sticking to plot and character development but when she starts putting objectivist philosophy into her character's mouths in the form of a 30-50 page radio address or "conversation" then she loses whatever nice thoughts I had of her novel.

On the plus side though, I gave Anthem a re-read recently (it was one of our required books in high school advance lit) and _that_ is a good example (to me) of the right blending of philosophy, plot, and character all in a myth-like story
Rational

Waymart, PA

#167 Jul 17, 2008
Misplaced Texan wrote:
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No problem with you asking, and I understand your point. I'm 29, and can already see the benefit of re-reading her works. Thanks for the tip!
No sweat. Okay we better stop being nice or EEE will ask us if we need to get a room or somethin again! She's a punk like that!
Rational

Waymart, PA

#168 Jul 17, 2008
someone wrote:
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Yeah….Rational, I like you. I wish you many sane, sweet, above average looking (hot ones have a higher risk of high maintenance), intelligent, tidy, fertile-when-you're-ready women to choose from
But……
I did that and it didn’t help.
Still gotta go with, she's a good read when she's sticking to plot and character development but when she starts putting objectivist philosophy into her character's mouths in the form of a 30-50 page radio address or "conversation" then she loses whatever nice thoughts I had of her novel.
On the plus side though, I gave Anthem a re-read recently (it was one of our required books in high school advance lit) and _that_ is a good example (to me) of the right blending of philosophy, plot, and character all in a myth-like story
Thank you someone!

I understand, with her I just take the good and leave the rest, as you have basically said, there is plenty of it that you can do that with. I know the addresses get long winded but if you can keep your focus, some of them have one or two pages that are brilliant and worth going through the other 38 pages.:)

I havent read anthem, maybe Ill pick that up
EEE

Chicago, IL

#169 Jul 17, 2008
Rational wrote:
No sweat. Okay we better stop being nice or EEE will ask us if we need to get a room or somethin again! She's a punk like that!
Maybe you two should get together with Eneyer and watch "Ghost" and do each other's hair...

;p

Morning, lover!
Morning, Tex!
Rational

Waymart, PA

#170 Jul 17, 2008
EEE wrote:
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Maybe you two should get together with Eneyer and watch "Ghost" and do each other's hair...
;p
Morning, lover!
Morning, Tex!
*Snort*

Brat!!

“Death to humans!”

Since: Jul 08

A long way from here...

#171 Jul 17, 2008
EEE wrote:
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Maybe you two should get together with Eneyer and watch "Ghost" and do each other's hair...
;p
Morning, lover!
Morning, Tex!
Morning, EEE. I was waiting for your response...

“Merry Holidays!”

Since: Mar 08

Location hidden

#172 Jul 17, 2008
Rational wrote:
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No sweat. Okay we better stop being nice or EEE will ask us if we need to get a room or somethin again! She's a punk like that!
I'll get a room with both of you ;)

EEE

Chicago, IL

#173 Jul 17, 2008
Terri at home wrote:
I'll get a room with both of you ;)
Trampbag.

“Death to humans!”

Since: Jul 08

A long way from here...

#174 Jul 17, 2008
Terri at home wrote:
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I'll get a room with both of you ;)
Ooooh oooh! party!

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