Anh Chị Em Lam viên thân ái.
Lời mở đầu Trang Báo điện tử, tiếng nói của toàn thể Gia Đ́nh Phật Tử Việt Nam chúng ta. Ba mươi sáu năm im lặng, nhẫn vào tim bao uẩn khúc, không một lời ta thán v́ nhớ câu “Hở môi răng lạnh, răng cắn môi đau ”.
GIA Đ̀NH PHẬT TỬ VIỆT NAM
I am a baby boomer and you are paltry right. We set the trend for a lot of things. Tennis shoes, pampers, baby food, blue jeans just to name a few. I don't think anyone would want to do with out them. We have been hard workers to provide for our families and most of us still are. We have handed our children everything. I think that is where we went wrong. We gave our children everything except for the gift of poverty. But if you think for one minute congress and obama are not to blame that is just false. We worked on a budget and didn't spend money we don't have. I can not say the same thing about them. We are getting ready to retire and yet it is not good enough. I have a gut feeling you are generation x that is used to having everything handed to them. It is time for the next generation to go to work and earn what they get so the next generations money is not spent.
men in the usa who are looking for ovesaers brides, particularly asian brides, aren't looking for wives in the north american, modern day sense, they are looking for a woman to own so they can control her. they are unsuccessful in wooing north american women who by and large won't stand for their control and disrespect, so they look ovesaers for someone to tie to their arm and call wife. honey, it is highly unlikely you will find true love on the internet. if you just want to marry to get into the states, i have two suggestions. first, forget america and look to canada instead, a much kinder country to immigrants. second, marry the richest oldest fella you can and take him for everything he's got because he isn't marrying you for your benefit, so you may as well get as much from it as you can with as little effort as possible. when you get to north america, get in touch right away with a women's rights organisation so you can be sure to know what you are entitled to know. god bless
Yes. It's always good to call and ask from the voaaticn to find out what you need to do. I was delayed once (because our plane hit a bird and smashed the windshield of the plane), so I called the travel insurance company from the airport to get the details of what I would do and what I would need. The answer was that it needed to be more than a 4 hour delay which it turned out not to be so I didn't waste time with any claim. The take away lesson is bring the papers with you and call to ask.