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Answered: What is Jeanne Cooper's illness?

Um no. She was 84 and something happened, though we don't know what. Ppfftt. How disrespectful.

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Check out the yellow pages to search her current state.

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There are plenty of producers, all over the world !, no problem to find them. Be careful with chinese producers, some of them are cheap but low quality, some others are a bit more expensive but much higher quality.

Answered: What is the difference between a group that cooperates and one that gets

Groupthink happens when members of a cooperative group do not express their views openly when they disagree with a group consensus, or when everyone seeks to have the same views so that group harmony is preserved.

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Well, hello Crystal. I see that you're a new member and you've already asked a total of 10 questions (each based on a particular article). So, what's the next article you're going to promote for us?

Answered: Last wishes my mom died with no will but had ...

Many states allow a holographic will, which must be written in the testator's handwriting, dated and signed, but does not require a notary or witnesses. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holographic_will
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Is there anything you would die for?

My Lord, my country, Truth, Justice, and the American Way.

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Always remember that what's on the news is the odd and unusual. There is no point in telling the public about each and every plane that landed safely, or a person who safely crossed the street.

Can a person hear you talking too them in the last hr before they die

Even if you don't believe in God or a hereafter, I think you might be amazed to do a little research into this type of matter. There is a fascinating book called "Life After Life" by Raymond Moody - it was originally published some years ago, but you may still be able to obtain a copy from a used ...