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Jul 15th 2011 10:11AM Trevor Jack, you are a wonderful gardener! Just a suggestion...you said you have only 2 months of real sun. Check out grow lights. You might find some that are solar or battery operated.
Good luck to you.
Jun 23rd 2011 7:56AM Dear Southwest Airlines Pilot who said some tacky things,
Do not expect any hot coffee in the cockpit ANYtime soon!!
Jun 23rd 2011 7:52AM I don't care what the pilot says as long as he's skilled at what he does! Too many people don't realize the pilot pool is hired from military jet jocks just out of fighter pilot duty. These guys are wild and say what they think...life is short. So what do you expect? All I care about is how well he can handle the plane if there is ever an emergency. In the news you hear about some commercial pilot hero and if you look into his background you will see he flew military for many many years prior to joining the commercial carrier.
Jun 15th 2011 6:23PM It's all very sad. Sarah is in a very vunerable state and, in my opinion, turned to the wrong people. If they had wanted to help
Sarah they would have done so privately. They would not have used a medium where everyone could listen to, dabate and make fun of what Sarah was saying. Too many people would love to see someone who had it all fall on their face...once again.
Jun 8th 2011 8:32AM I wonder who is handling their "Who was the idiot who didn't plan for this possibility? And how fast can we get their baggage charge money back to them before the media finds out we took this totally stupid, insensitive action against men fighting for their country...US?" Didn't anyone at the airline "We Now Take Your Money For Something That Used To Be Free Department" think briefly that charging our service personnel for their luggage was a very very bad idea??
May 27th 2011 12:00PM Listen up, we live in a world where everyone, more or less, knows what gender they belong to or at least has some idea of it. If you want to live your life as a hermit on a remote island somewhere then make yourself a life as a third sex besides male and female. Other than that life is hard enough to manage without having to battle ideas about your gender. If your child is born with both genders temporarily pick one and go with it until later a later time when you can claim temporary insanity and change your mind but don't start your child's life under a floodlight of controversy.
May 26th 2011 1:29PM OMG! This is turning into a running soap opera. I bet Arnold never expected all this to happen when he first did the deed. What happened to safe sex? Especially for someone who has a lot to lose.
Mar 3rd 2011 6:50PM No decision...I'd take a made at home hamburger over anything anyday! It takes so much better and I don't have to worry about the cleanliness of the kitchen, if I'm cooking it myself. AND I can do it MY way!!!
Feb 22nd 2011 7:51AM I had two dogs, Annie, a little female black and white dog and the other, Dundee, a male Aussie. When I had to take Dundee to the Vet for once a year shots or anything Annie would throw herself against the door inside the house. She couldn't bear to be parted from him so I solved that...I took Annie with Dundee wherever we went! It wasn't a big deal and Annie was an incredibly loving little dog. I could walk them on the levee without leashes. All I had to do was call them and they were at my side and I never took them to training classes. I just gave them lots of love. They died within 4 months of each other. I was inconsolable for a very long time.
Feb 14th 2011 11:57AM My little Annie was an extroardinary mutt. I rescued her when she was 6 months old. Whenever I was sad about anything Annie would go get a bit of her dog food and nudge the little ball of food over to me. Can you imagine!!! My dog was an enabler with food! LOL She did the same with Dundee and my son. I had two dogs...Annie, the little black and white dog (I think there ought to be a pedigree called The Little Black and White Dog) and Dundee, my incredibly beautiful, pedigreed Aussie. The minute Annie saw Dundee she fell in love. I miss them so much. Annie died at 13 and Dundee at 14, within months of each other, of cancer.