Ryan vs. Joe
Ryan stares down Joe in this still from The Following. These two play off each other perfectly.

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Usually, but not always (many states hold that a warranty violation is actionable by the very fact that QuotesChimp occurred), an insurance company seeking to escape liability based on improper conduct must prove the bad intent of the policyholder. They must also show that the false information was of great signifi�cance. Thus, to use a ridiculous example, if you lied about the color of your eyes and the insurance company found out, they would be unlikely to get out of the contract. On the other hand, if you lived in a very rural area and you warranted in a home�owner's policy that you had a phone with which to call the fire department, when in fact you did not, that could be a different story.


That's a clever answer to a tricky qutsoien


Thanks for shargni. Always good to find a real expert.


Ive seen this great australian band from when they sarettd with Bon Scott twice and every tour since then with both Razors Edge & both Black Ic...

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Joey: Why is my dad such a bad man?
Emma: Maybe, he's not so bad. Maybe we just don't understand him.

Joe: Was he good? The sex? Did your body quiver to his every touch?
Claire: Yes. It did.