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I do not care “song”?

Posted in Child Care on 31st October 2010

question of armond2000 : I do not care “song”
Older animation song “I dont care”? it’s about to sing a grown woman a stubborn child and every word from the child’s mouth I do not care. I saw it as a child growing up I can help thanks to hope. I first heard it in the eighties Best Answer.

reply by Jens J
Here you can get all the songs http: / / estatesmp3.infohttp: / / isound.behttp: / / last.fm

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Do feminists take over the majority of fathers only little when it comes to their children?

Posted in Child Care on 31st October 2010

question of cosmic search : Do feminists take over the majority of fathers only little when it comes to their children ?
There was this question of why feminism is still relevant, was a response “relieve the double SHIF of its women to be responsible for the work and child care.” On Um, first off no one forces you to work or have children, and secondly, why do you assume the majority of fathers squat when it comes to their children Best Answer:

reply from Chris S
feminism tends to appeal to most bitter, angry women who prefer to blame their problems and lack of benefits to someone other than himself, would be male dominated . He appeals to those who think they prefer eternal victims. Thus, any failure on anyone or anything other than be himself responsible. Did not get the job? Sexism. Did not the funding? Glass ceiling. Low paid jobs with no future? Exploitation. See the game? As a father I can tell you, I was always involved in the care of our children. I have always worked full time while my wife was a full-time mother. When I was home, I was as involved in the care of them, takes care of the house, etc. as my Frau.Es are a lot of shit husbands and fathers, but there are as many crappy wives and Mütter.BTW- We have quite a lot over the years, mothers who were married, their husbands had good-paying jobs who worked outside the home, just because they could not stand at home with the children known. Nice, huh?


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Q & A: I have had a “long-term care” insurance for about fifteen years but is leaving the company this?

Posted in Child Care on 31st October 2010

question of Bluebeard : I have had a “long-term care” insurance for about fifteen years, but the company is leaving the ?
Business and the replacement policy is almost three times as much in cost. How do I determined to leave or fall only pay for the extremely expensive new policy? I think the main reason to protect the long term care insurance policy, my children and their heritage. Should I now pay large amounts in order to protect them “tomorrow?” I hope that older people will answer this question, people who are in the same situation as I am in. How did you deal with the bin problem? “ Best Answer:

reply ZEUZ
the costs and benefits of this policy have to be assessed. If the cost seems too high, then an alternative would be to take estate planning options to be considered that the preservation of the “inheritance” for your children.


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