bhead33 wrote:Not to hijack your thread but since you mentioned you were a side sleeper - any recs for a good pillow for a fellow sidesleeper ? I have an awful crick in my neck every day and all my pillows are useless.
wannabebogler wrote:bungalow10 wrote:Pay off the loan. Why wouldn't you?
The only reason I haven't is the low cost of borrowing.
dolphinsaremammals wrote:The safety of knob and tube wiring:
http://www.oldhouseweb.com/how-to-advic ... ring.shtml
In my 100 year old house the visible stuff was in fine shape. The electrician (an old experienced guy) said to leave it alone and I did.
dm200 wrote:1. This probably depends on state law, but my understanding and experience is that only ophthalmologists dilate pupils for an examination; optometrists do not
AviN wrote:Does your employer have 15 or more employees? If so, this appears to be a violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act:
http://digitalcommons.ilr.cornell.edu/c ... edicollect
ResearchMed wrote:Unless the employer is a government agency, I'm not sure there is anything illegal or unconstitutional about making medical testing a condition of employment.