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Dear Annie

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Dear Annie: I have been seeing this guy for about eight months now and don't know how to explain what the situation is. He always comes to my house, and we watch TV and do a lot of talking. I feel like I have known him my whole life and am so comfortable with him.
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Learning what he wants us to know

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n the seven presidential Ielections since 1992, the Republican presidential nominee has won the popular vote exactly once. The lone GOP candidate to receive a majority of the national vote was George W. Bush in 2004. Bush's election-day victory over Democrat John Kerry, who had, in most observers' views, "won" the debates between the two, was explained by the respected Democratic pollster Peter Hart: "Voters preferred I Like over IQ." One test of deciding
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Trump's critics on the economy are so wrong so very often

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here's an old saying about Tbaseball and life that no one ever had a 1.000 batting average. It turns out that's not exactly true. At least when it comes to the Trump economy, anti-Trumpers defied the near-impossible statistical odds and somehow have batted 1.000 on their predictions. They managed to get it wrong every time.
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Dear Annie

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Dear Annie: When my brother-in-law is sick, he loves to cough: He says he wants to spread his germs around. Recently, we went out to eat with him, and he coughed into his hands and not into his elbow. He kept coughing throughout the meal. No one wants his sickness. I find it difficult to be around him.
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Everyday Cheapskate

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Dear Mary: I bought a car I can no longer afford. Thanks to your book, “Debt-Proof Living,” I have made changes in my life and finances, but I still have some problems because of my car. I have put it up for sale, but I owe more than it’s worth. How do you sell a car when you don’t have the title? And how do you get out from under a car loan you can’t afford? — Kelly
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Dear Annie

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Dear Annie: Last year, I lost my dad. He had stage IV cancer, but that's not what killed him. In fact, after his first few months of chemotherapy, a scan showed that the cancer was mostly gone. Then, a few weeks later, he died suddenly in his sleep. We declined to do an autopsy, but from talking to doctors it seems that there's a good chance it was a blood clot.