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  • why does he cheat on her with me

    Bring up the topic of cheating these days and the conversation will rage for hours. But there\’s one aspect nobody ever seems to talk about: What if the person a guy betrayed his wife or girlfriend with isn\’t some skanky ho. What if she\’s an otherwise levelheaded, normal chick like, say, you? Because let\’s face it, not everyone is 100 percent single when they meet the love of their life. The big question: If a…

  • why does my gold ring make my finger black

    Oftentimes, gold jewelry can cause a blackening of the skin underneath the ring, but there are several reasons beyond the purity of the gold that could be the cause. Because gold is a relatively soft metal, most jewelers mix it with other metals such as silver, copper and nickel to increase its hardness and durability. The purity of gold is measured in karats (not to be confused with carats, which is used for measuring diamonds),…

  • why does my canon wireless printer say offline

    When attempting to print in a wireless LAN environment, message Printer is offline may appear. There are several possible causes for this message. Refer to the following list of recommendations then click on the link to open the article and resolve your issue. The computer and access point (or wireless router) have lost connection. and then attempt to print again. The access point (or wireless router) and wireless printer may not be communicating. to restore…

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  • why do they call a skunk a polecat

    According to the taxonomic theory proposing two subfamilies within Mustelidae, the polecats are classified as: Subfamily Genus, I. striatus, (native to Central, Southern, and sub-Saharan Africa), I. libycus Genus, M. eversmannii (Central and Eastern Europe, and Central Asia) (Black-footed ferret) M. nigripes, M. putorius Genus, V. peregusna A more recent classification based on genetic analysis suggests that Mustelidae should be divided into eight subfamilies, one of which is the Mustelinae. Media upload failed. You can…