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“The Family and Medical Leave Act, for example, only entitles spouses, grown children, and parents to take time off to care for a sick loved one. If a childless single person falls ill, only her parents have the legal right to take off work to care for her. If they’re deceased or not up to the task, she’s out of luck. Even if she has a sister, niece, or best friend willing to take a leave, they won’t be legally entitled to do so. No one has the right to care for her.”
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Sebastian It must've found you as a friend of a friend. Eric perhaps.

Well, I'm Seb. I'm from England. And... I read books.


Sebastian Hallo!

How do we know each other? :)


message 1: by Daniel (last edited Aug 25, 2016 01:29PM)

Daniel I used to live in New Jersey, Laurie, and visited nyc many, many times. I had an aunt who worked in nyc and rode the train back and forth every day.


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