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Sep 14th 2011 7:18PM People like you are the reason people like me do this stuff.
Sep 13th 2011 11:16PM It's sad to see so many people here who are offended by someone else's actions. If you don't like it, DON'T DO IT YOURSELF! Problem solved.
What they don't realize is that when people try to enforce others into not doing something, it makes a lot of young people want to do it more. If everyone else and their grandparents won't let them be who they are, they're just going to break right through that barrier by doing something rebellious. Probably for the hell of it. So all of those offended can whine some more.
Sep 13th 2011 11:04PM Some people like to live a little and don't intend to hurt anyone or themselves. And quite frankly, if they didn't, you probably wouldn't have had a job to retire from so I'm not sure why you are complaining. I'm sure they knew they'd be facing the law if they did get 'injured' doing this but they look fine to me.
Sep 13th 2011 10:55PM I knew someone would go "ooohhhh!!! but but! they would hurt someone if they fell and landed on a windshield"... Did that happen? Has that ever happened? I don't think it's legitimate here.
Jim, you're an idiot. If one of them fell, they wouldn't fall ON a windshield unless they jumped outward and intended to, which would be suicide and murder, but apparently no one died and no one was hurt, sorry to burst your bubble. So I don't really want to hear about your "what ifs" if they actually didn't get hurt and more importantly they didn't actually hurt anyone else doing it.
Until then, you can't complain.
Sep 13th 2011 4:07PM In truth, I would have loved to do something like this if given the opportunity. Haha
And really, it's not so bad because it's not like they're hurting anyone else by doing it, so you can't hate them for being brave.
Jun 23rd 2011 8:56PM i was diagnosed with graves when i was 19, and since then i've learned some things. a) that i can never really predict when i'm going to 'be sick' and when my life isn't really going to be affected at all. i seem to try to reserve my non-work time for my 'illness' to affect me, but usually it doesn't go that way at all. b) EVERYONES CASE IS DIFFERENT. when i was diagnosed, it was a 3-year pending diagnosis. i was 'too young' but the symptoms were all there. most of them affect me today. unfortunately, my life is affected by the disease, and i'm not going to say missy's is a sob story. i can try to hide it from my friends (boyfriend), but in the end, oh yeah, the reason i'm trembling so badly is because of grave's. that's really the only time it comes up, but i am all for a celebrity raising awareness about it with their own stories. some of us may not have any apart from diagnosis, but i was at the beach recently with my friends and they thought i was having a stroke or something, so they had to find out about the disease in an unconventional way.
May 23rd 2011 4:50AM Sheepish internet folk making cracks at GaGa... why is this not surprising? She's obviously setting herself up for this, and guess what? I don't think she cares what anyone says now. If she did, she probably never would have mentioned the past, nor would she dress the way she does. Love it or hate it, she's telling you that she was born with tentacles and was hatched from some alien space egg, but people feed into it sooo much. You can say you don't care about her until you're blue in the face, but you're only making her more successful.
I can't relate to her, but I think it's pretty amazing that she can say whatever she wants now and even the people who hate her will care. That's probably all she wants. Peace. lol
Apr 22nd 2011 11:49AM I'm not a fan and I certainly don't approve of some of the things she does, but donating clothes and shoes was super-nice. Then again, even in bad situations, I'm too proud to ask people for things at the same time. I don't know if that's good or bad. lol.
Jan 19th 2011 6:25PM She's right.
As a former Nicole obsessor (lol, early teen years), I found her beautiful and find her beautiful now. Despite the botox crap. I have seen her in her workout clothes, etc. And being that I work out, I have cute workout clothes. Nicole? Not so much, unfortunately. I'm sure it's comfortable but it looks whack, and those are on the times I've seen her candid, out and about.
Not saying one should look like a supermodel when working out, but with all that money, I would just expect something a little more fashionable even in the dress-down attire.
But still, she looks amazing in an evening gown. She just has the perfect bone structure for most of the gowns she wears. Love it.
Jan 14th 2011 1:47PM So you don't tip your waiters or waitresses? Or you tip them little or nothing?
May I just ask, have you ever been a waiter or waitress yourself? Some of us were servers just to get through college, and don't intend to do it forever. But when they encounter people like you, it makes it a little harder to even cut the minimum wage mark.
Servers in almost all American establishments make less than $3 an hour. That's less than half of what minimum wage is. If everyone thought like you did, I don't think anyone but perhaps the occasional homeless person would take a serving job, just to wait on illiterate ---***holes like yourself, pardon my French.
I've known other waiters who have spit in a customers food for being notorious non-tippers. While I don't condone that, even to the worst of the customers, I do find it appalling. But I've never known these waiters to do something disgusting to a customer's food when the customer's average or is remembered to leave the minimum 15%. Though in today's society, they say gratuity should be more like 18%. You're less than 10 just does not cut it for anyone.
I do pity you, and hope you never have to find yourself in a serving position. I doubt you could handle it. And sorry, you don't seem very intelligent with all your random capitalized words.