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Mar 16th 2012 9:08AM Hi Hank...Sometimes I wonder why AOL has such a fixation on high end real estate. Any input about why ?
Also, That was a very insightful post of yours. With so many of us who have gone through the mill with the big banks, some of these homes AOL keeps displaying is like rubbing salt on an open wound.
Feb 14th 2012 8:55AM One of the biggest mistakes in RV'ing is to let your significant other pressure you into buying an RV assuming that you will like it.
Rent an RV first to experience RV'ing. It is not for everyone, especially here in the crowded east.
Feb 7th 2010 2:57PM This country has about 120 trillion dollars in unfunded liabilities....So how can Sarah Palin clean this up?
Jan 16th 2009 3:31PM Thank God in one week that I will be free of anything to do with AOL'S devisive political agenda....AOL's membership is sinking like a stone because those of us who would rebuild America have gone on with their lives.
Jan 6th 2009 8:22PM When Gupta said on the air that Big Pharha does not use ethylmercury in shots anymore, he lost all credibility with me. The truth is there for people with open eyes to see.
Jan 6th 2009 8:40AM Now that I think of it, I WOULD watch Ann if she were a pole dancer.
Dec 28th 2008 10:16AM Forgot to post an alternate list, in no particular order: The Steppe, Checkhov.....The Metamorphosis, Kafka....The Grapes of Wrath, Steinbeck....Wuthering Heights, Bronte...War and Peace, Tolstoi....Don Quixote, Chervantes....1984, Orwell (it came true)...Maggie, A Girl of the Streets, Crane.....The Old Man and the Sea, Hemmingway....Macbeth, Shakespere....These are probably the best ten books that I've read....So, in not reading Steven King and Harry Potter, guess I'll remain illiterate.
Dec 28th 2008 8:46AM Sassywhatever....I fear you confuse valid criticism of this list with whineing....have a nice day!!!!
Dec 27th 2008 3:17PM Once again a no-brainer list from aol. There is very little literature taught in schools now....so the works of Tolstoy, Checkov,Hemmingway, Conrad, Emily Bronte etc. are virtually unknown....I prefer to have read these writers over this list of fluff that you have presented "before I die".
Dec 24th 2008 1:45PM In Cold Blood....I Want to Live.....The Days of Wine and Roses....Some Like it Hot....Broken Blossoms....The Seven Sumarai....Knife in the Water...Rashomon....Bonnie & Clyde and Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.....any one of these movies is superior to most of the movies on that list. Thank god for the American Film Institute.