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What state was the first one to have a child car seat law?

A:  1978 in Tennessee. kansas 1977...

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Who was the first lady to have a husband son be president?

A:  What lady was a husband and mother of presidents?  ...

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Why do I feel sad/hurt after doing the right thing of letting him go?

A:  Don''t doubt for one second that you did the right thing. If someone says they DON''T want a committed relationship and you do. You did the right thing. It''s like dating a married guy, he is not able to commit. You can only stand to be hurt and led on in the long run. If you had kept dealing with him and fell in love and even started to get sexual, it would be on you if he walked away. I applaud you. I also applaud him for being upfront about what he wants. That''s all we as women could ask, honestyl Hold your head up! Whether you''ve done the right thing is a matter of opinion. And not everyone would agree with your opinion. People''s willingness to commit to each other usually depends on how well their relationship goes with each other, among other things. Perhaps he is a little afraid...

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martial arts and copywrites

A:  Grant. I am answering this question under US law -- so I cannot be responsible for any US - UK or Canadian differences. If the World Haidong Gumbo Federation has copyrighted works (books videos) and you in your classes are reenacting the video or acting out the book (like acting out a written play) then you are violating their copyright.  Copyrights, however, do not cover ideas.  So if you read a book about the philosophy and basic principles of this art and teach a class, that is not a violation of the copyright covering the book. If they have a patent on it in a jurisdiction where you are (which I doubt very much), then it would be a method patent.  You could not be able to practice the method described in the "claim" part of the patent without...

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Can I sue my car dealership for breach of contract?--Q

A:  Yes, you can sue the dealership. I would. I''d be furious since you had a purchase agreement for a specific car. I''m not sure if you could sue to obtain that specific car under the rule of law known as "specific performance" and think that, at the very least, you''re entitled to some compensation. Let me ask you this - did you sign a financing agreement for this specific car? Do you have any paperwork that identifies this car specifically? I''m not quite sure what your total damages are just yet. Very sorry to hear about your "loss." I have a similar issue as posted above. My husband and I purchased a vehicle from a major

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BF and I have had an argument and we''re not really speaking to each other...?

A:  Nothing will get resolved if you are both stubborn and refuse to be the first to break the ice and start talking about the issue...COMMUNICATE...lack of that is the root of many relationship issues... Why is this in Marriage & Divorce?? Well, firstly, there should be no technology between you and the person you''re in a relationship when you''re having a serious conversation. Do it in person. and if you''re not a kid, then there is no game who will talk to who first. At a certain age, I realized that no one ''wins'' in an argument. We''re unhappy, we can''t be close, I''m pouting, he''s grouchy. How can someone win? We both lose. If you love him and you want it to work, then you always take steps to fix it. and let him know that you''re doing it because you want things to be good again....

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Should I take a step back if the guy I''m seeing seems too good to be true?

A:  If you really care for him don''t back off just go really slow. I used to do the same thing.....soon as I liked someone too much or things were too good.....oops gotta go but that was me. Just continue to be yourself and give him space. ALL men like a challenge but at the same time you can be a sweetheart. IF you really like him.......don''t let him go again because you may not get him back. Good luck to you who cares if it is!? have you seen the dating pool that''s out there today? he''s seems like a perfectly normal guy who wants to spend time with you. i''m not seeing a problem here. I always thought my husband was too good to be true while we were dating...We have bee together for 4 years...Hmm.. I still think he is too good to be...

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What can I do?

A:  "Is there anything for me to do to fight this, what more can I do to prove myself. With very little money coming in I just cant afford a good lawyer." Sounds to me as though you need a lawyer regardless. Try legal aid or the local bar association. If you don't do drugs, then I would have demanded a re-test, if not weekly testing. In any future posts, please break up the text into paragraphs every so often. One big block is difficult to wade through. Also, have you been complying with any requests by DSS ? It seems to me the kids are in an undesirable environment. Is your husband their father? It is no surprise the kids have been removed, but generally there is a parenting plan in place for you to get your kids back....

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HR manager bully, and retaliation. SOS

A:  "HR is supposed to be who we go to for this." HR is not really there to help or protect you.  It is there to protect the company. "Im pursuing it through grievance procedure before the NLRB." Using the grievance process is the way to go, but it's going to amount to nothing if you don't get to work on time.  Notes from taxi company mean zero. I've been on management side: Correct --you need to follow rules to a T plus and he probably is watching you. He sort of declared war and he loses face if you win to stay --and he may pull every dirty trick in the book to win--so be careful 105% .  If he cannot win with you   he probably  moves on to assert power over some other victim . But you cannot give him an...

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discrimination /malicious harassment /civil rights violation

A:  I don't see any questions, but I suggest an attorney. The likelihood that someone will read through such a GIGANTIC post are virtually nil. Please re-post and include only the basic details, and break the post up properly into paragraphs (TWO hard returns, not one). I admit I only made it half way through that post but it seems you have a nsaty neighbor. Where's the discrimination? What civil rights were violated - in BRIEF paragraphs, please. That's an incredible, infuriating story. No legal advice (I'm not a lawyer), but here's some practical advice: 1) You should have hired an attorney a long time ago, so if you haven't already done so, do it now. It sounds like your neighbors weren't kidding, they know the sheriff,...