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Nov 16th 2009 9:46AM Actually, I would like to see the documentation that shows a person having a car accident while using pot or doing anything illegal. I smoked it as a teen and I was fully under control. Unlike alcohol, it doesn't inhibit you. Nor is it addicting. I smoked it for 3 years straight and walked away from it the day I found out I was pregnant. The one thing I was never able to stop doing was smoking and I am still fighting the battle with this nasty crap 23 years later. I would rather have smoked pot all these years. So for all you nay sayers? Back it up with scientific proof or shut the hell up already. Your panties go over your ass not in it.
Oct 4th 2009 7:21PM Well, I don't have to worry, I am one of the lucky ones. My son is now a full fledged Marine and my husband is retired Army. So they have the training and there is nothing they don't know about killing zombies. I will be one of the few to make it out of a zombie attack alive. I just feel bad for all the people that don't have the know how or someone close to them that understands the ways of zombies. I will miss them when they are gone. So sad........=[
Oct 1st 2009 10:31PM You are absolutely right.
Oct 1st 2009 10:25PM I say it is about time you got your head out of your backside Jon. But, you cannot blame TLC for what happened with your family. You and Kate chose to put your lives out there and you chose to put your kids in the spotlight. You both have no one to blame but yourselves.
You have a wife who is the mother of YOUR 8 kids. You do not have your priorities straight. While I do NOT watch the show and never have, it is hard to miss all the talk about Jon being a cheat and Kate being a monster. Well, they brought it on and truth is, if I had all eyes on me, I would be just like Kate. The biggest B on the planet but that wouldn't change the fact that I would have brought it on myself. Get your acts together and start putting your family (kids) first for once in your sorry lives! Oh, and Jon, close your freaking zipper.
Sep 29th 2009 9:32AM My heart goes out to this family cause I know the terror they are going through. My son fractured his skull when he was four. It was the scariest thing in the world. You can't breath and the flu is nothing compared to what this does to your insides. I have never felt so sick in my life and the endless questions of why my son? How could we have stopped it from happening? What if we could do it over? Maybe we shouldn't have played that day and just sat and read a book? Why? There are no answers and you will get through it and be amazed at how quickly they do heal. Just have to remember that you can't wrap them in cotton to protect them. My son is now 14 and playing football and so happy with life. I can't take that away from him even though I would personally like to stick his butt in a bubble!
Sep 29th 2009 4:55AM My heart goes out to your family and Lucy's family. I can somewhat imagine what you are going through. I lost my father to pulmonary fibrosis in 2007 and while it isn't the same, loss is loss. Back in 2001 I suffered for one month with medicated induced lupus due to the meds they put me on. It was the most horrible time in my life and I would never want to go back there and I only had a small taste of it. My prayers are with your family and Lucy's at this time.......
Sep 27th 2009 10:43PM I agree with everything you said except one thing that I am not even sure you are aware of. Kids on the meds for ADHD and such are not overweight. There is a reason for it. Same reason people on coke and crack are thin. I know this because my sister's neighbor takes meds for ADHD and her 14 month old daughter got into it (idiot left it where she could reach it) and took two. They admitted her to the hospital cause her heart rate was 215 beats per second. Then the doctor scared us even more. He said and I quote, "one pill is the equivalent of 2 lines of cocaine". My husband is borderline ADD and takes Aderall. That scared the crap out of us but we have tried everything for him. If he doesn't take it he can't drive or work or anything. He gets too distracted.......
Sep 27th 2009 10:34PM Excuse you? Where are you from? The north where they stick a rod up your butt to keep you straight? She is from GA. I am also from the south and we say ya'll. We also tend to treat others with a lot more respect and common courtesy. Can you say the same? At least she doesn't talk with an accent where you can't even pronounce the letter R like Walters. There is nothing wrong with the way Paula Deen talks. She is something you are clearly not and that is a person with manners. Oh, something else you need to know about southerners. We do tend to stick together and defend each other. Can't say the same about snots like you from the north who could care less is if someone was being murdered or raped right in front of you. Jackass.
You'll notice, I was being nice and didn't call you a brainless f#@ing jackass. =] Now ya'll have a good day, you hear?
Sep 27th 2009 10:22PM I agree. I had long hair (mid back) and cut it short almost a year ago and then wanted to grow it out. It just wouldn't grow and it is thick and curly. Ugh! My husband is back in school and surrounded by young and attractive women. I wake up every morning and look in the mirror and hate what I see. So last week I went to the salon and told her to take it off. It isn't buzzed but close enough. Inch long pixie. I will grow it about another inch and keep it there. I feel so much younger and my stress of trying to look somewhat decent before I leave the house is over. I have a tiny face so when I did it, everyone said OMG you finally look like a grown up. Considering I am 36 and my oldest is 20, married and he and wife have a 4 month old son, it is about time. Try it ladies. Take the hair off. If all you are doing is sticking it in a pony tail? It is time to get rid of it!
Sep 27th 2009 10:12PM I see a lot of comments and agree and disagree with a lot of them. For those bashing school lunches. Most schools are adopting a low fat diet for the menu to meet requirements. Let me clue you in. That is the worst thing you can do. I love to cook and we don't eat out. My husband and I are average weight and I actually have to fight to keep weight on. Our daughter is a different story. She has been overweight since she was 7 months old. She plays soccer, rides her bike, is constantly outside and on the go. Doesn't matter! I took her to the specialist that saved her life at birth (she was a preemie) and turns out he specializes in childhood obesity now. Guess what? All those low fat foods you all think is so great? What do you think they do to it to make it taste good? Check your carb and sugar count. A typical American consumes about 900 to 1000 grams of carbs and sugar a day. You should have no more than 30 combined a day. We now keep an even closer eye on her diet and while we are not seeing any change on the scale we are actually keeping her weight at a steady place and she is getting taller so we do see a difference.
Paula Deen is a wonderful woman and a great cook and I have used many of her recipes and enjoyed everyone of them. In our house they are a rare treat. She didn't put a gun to my head and make me cook her food. I choose to do that. I choose to give my daughter fatting stuff for a treat. But I choose to do it in moderation and make sure she hasn't consumed any other carbs or sugars that day before hand. Parents have to start taking responsibility for their children and not place the blame elsewhere. But remember, when you see an overweight child? Don't always assume it is the parents. Our daughter has major medical issues and that is the major cause of her weight. All we can do is try to help keep it down. Until she is 14 and has surgery, there is little we can do. She is only 9 now. So don't judge every overweight person you see. Some actually cannot help it! Just like every thin person doesn't have it better. I fight to keep a pound on me every day!