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Discussion in 'Caylee Anthony 2 years old' started by ynotdivein, Jul 31, 2012.

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  1. Nore

    Nore New Member

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    Stick with it. I quit when I woke up at 5am and couldnt breathe out. Thank God for a Combivent inhaler.The only urge I had for a cig. was the day my husband died. but I didnt. Nore.:please:
     
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    Nore New Member

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    I didnt know you need one either. I thought you just go to SS. to file. I know it is sometimes hard to get.
     
  3. Nore

    Nore New Member

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    I am wondering also. I've never heard of this. Leave it to KC.!!!!!:banghead:
     
  4. ZsaZsa

    ZsaZsa Well-Known Member

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    You don't need an Atty to file for SS disability. You can walk into your local SS office and start the procedure or go online and fill out their paperwork. It is very detailed. After that, the SS people obtain your appropriate medical records and they take it from there. If your condition meets their criteria they approve your claim- if not they can ask for more information from your physicians or ask for second opinions from their own specialists.
    If they make an adverse determination you can then hire an Atty (if you need/want one) to appeal their decision.
     
  5. ZsaZsa

    ZsaZsa Well-Known Member

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    I hope they get it and run up tons of expenses in doing so.
    Then I hope they have to pay all of Zenaida's costs also!
    aaargh!
    I'm a peaceful person but sometimes you just want to SLAP these people!
     
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    hand New Member

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    After weeks of non activity a new 5 star review came out today.
    The book dropped to below 50,000.
    I guess he needs some money!!!
     
  7. ZsaZsa

    ZsaZsa Well-Known Member

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    Methinks the lady doth protest too much!

    (Wm Shakespeare)
     
  8. jane the dood

    jane the dood Dance like no one's looking

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    Forsooth!

    "Love all, trust a few, do wrong to none."
    William Shakespeare
    (Guess FCA missed that one)
     
  9. logicalgirl

    logicalgirl Peace Hawk

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    I'm thinking maybe it's just plain stalling to wait out her appeal and then disappear and never have to face ZG and Morgan & Morgan at all.
     
  10. logicalgirl

    logicalgirl Peace Hawk

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    I was kind of startled to read that new review. What a crock!
     
  11. FLmom777

    FLmom777 Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for the responses. I printed everything from the ss website and it just seemed to be a but daunting.
     
  12. sleutherontheside

    sleutherontheside Retired WS Staff

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    Click to enlarge...

    jb has issues with lies  haha..PNG

    So while KC was hanging on to "Zanny" as a real person...JB chose NOT to allow her client to perpetuate a lie??

    Pot...kettle......
     
  13. ILikeToBendPages

    ILikeToBendPages Well-Known Member

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    LG, you made me think of my old leather hobo bag, when you posted about blue jeans and sandals before. I had it cramped with odds and ends. A little vial of patchouli oil and a pack of clove gum, two decks of cards, a needle with thread, a coin purse with a few dollars, and at least one dime, so you could make a phone call if you needed to.

    I grew up in a time when people smoked in movies theaters and in court rooms, on elevators and in restaurants.

    When I had started smoking, cigarettes were twenty six cents a pack, and when bought from a vending machine you got a free pack of matches.

    I had a cigarette case and a real lighter. When we got married, my mother in law (she did have some very nice things from Italy) gave me her lead cut crystal cigarette holder and matching tabletop lighter. It was nice to to offer friends a sleek machine rolled cigarette.

    Smoking was an event and I was going to do it in style.

    I smoked my last cigarette just before midnight January 17, 1978, and never looked back. Cigarettes were forty nine cents a pack.
     
  14. QueenD

    QueenD Well-Known Member

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    Good luck, most people get turned down many times. That's why so many atty ads. I know several people who are true disable and has had to go through the hiring the attorney.

    It's sad cause I have heard of ones that are not truly disable gets it first bat.
     
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    atthelake Former Member

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    Remember the Law And Oder show that was a spin off of this case, it is on right now....
     
  16. logicalgirl

    logicalgirl Peace Hawk

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    What a great story and thank you - it took me back and much of it sounded very familiar! But what? No little silver flask like janis Joplin? LOL Except my ending and yours are mighty different unfortunately! :what:

    Smoking was such a social event in those days.
     
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    Silkprint Well-Known Member

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    I am still so disgusted by the verdict and ALL the Anthony's
     
  18. Nore

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    I've also heard that at least in Ohio you cannot get SS Disability if you are on regular SS.. I never had to try, but took SS. at 62 because my husband was so ill. He didn't work fom '96 ..Thirteen surgeries in one year. Heart, Aortic aneurysm, etc... I'm filling myself with Internet tonight, my bad day~ sons birthday. Really how many 18yr.olds take their mother out for a ride and run out of gas during a gas shortage!!! and there he is dancing with his daughter! ok enough.
     
  19. ILikeToBendPages

    ILikeToBendPages Well-Known Member

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    I never took to drinking, much to my father's surprise, even though I did like the taste when kissed. If that makes sense? But if I did, yes a small flask would of been involved.

    I was the thorn in my daddy's side. I remember being "allowed" to hang out with my two sisters when they had sleep overs, and would listen to their advice about which young men to date..then I heard them taking about not dating the Field City boys.... my ears perked up and I knew that those boys needed looking into.
     
  20. wonders

    wonders My opinion's may not alway's be right but they are

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    Can she do that? Would she face forfeit (as in if she didn't show up and fight her fight a judgment would be placed against her)?
     
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