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Cross-over TV commercial actors
Commercials shouldn't have any credibility regardless of who's acting in them - even if it's a famous celebrity. Anyone who is trying to sell you something has their own agenda - trust no one and do your own product research! That being said, actors do all kinds of roles. It doesn't bother...

I need comma help please!!!!?
1. Have you seen the movie too? The word “too” is an adverb that indicates “also” or “in addition.” It most often shows up in the middle or at the end of a sentence. Most of the time you probably won't use a comma with “too” because your sentences will be chugging along without needing a pause...

Vet farrier and dentist for horses?
Hey :) well i deworm my own horses 4 times a year ( spring,summer,autumn and winter) i use equest and equest paramox as it gives the best all round coverage, it costs 13 euro per syringe ( the syringes cover up to a 595 kg horse ) I get my vet to float my horses teeth on yearly basis, for the...

Has anyone tried the company 'encore dental' that advertises on TV?
Encore Dental is a part of Stonebridge Insurance a subsidiary of Aegon. They offer guaranteed issue policies that allow you to use both in network and out of network dentists. The also have 30 day money back guarantee. Like most dental plans, the annual caps are low ($1,000 and $850) but there...

Broken Tooth=Abscess Tooth?
Go into the dentist. Explain the situation. Depending on how badly the tooth is broken, the dentist can certainly take the tooth out. They may have to refer you to an oral surgeon though if it is broken too far below the gumline. You should not just leave the tooth in there. Infection (abscess)...