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Oct 18th 2011 7:46PM No star is allowed the freedom of taking these sorts of things lightly. If the phych was concerned enough to bring it to the attention of the law, then there is a problem to be dealt with. My hopes are that he is put on the right medication and held long enough to pass his voices.
Sep 26th 2011 2:17AM While some will think it's fun, there will be those who will die on it. Ya think they could think of something other than "two twin 415-foot tall towers" are there four towers? Either 2 towers-which is better so close to the overpress on 9-11 or twin towers. Two twins is one set of twins too many.
Jul 10th 2011 12:42AM Hey kiki, I didn't even bother reading this. I looked at the headliner and realized that either you have not ever had active alert children (which is not a bad thing) and those kids were not going wild at all. They were unused to the area, and were doing darn good for sitting, walking, etc without any toys or things to play with. They were actually on track with most kids. What you do not want is a child that sits still,folds hands and veg's out, that is not what is considered normal, those kids were fine. Curious kid,(intelligent), on a not so well childproofed stage.
Jun 30th 2011 12:34AM The thing about certain things is we don't know. Genetic testing is sort of new and very pricy. People don't usually get tested unless there is a known issue and most people don't know they have something until the child is born. We are not genetic masterpieces. We are not married or mate because we are the master race. We marry for love. And what are the odds of marrying someone with some sidebar illness that you have never heard of and bear a child with a problem? It happens. It can be devastating, but we don't know that this will happen, ever. For any of you people to be so uppity to think anyone would intentionally produce an imperfect child, well you are just plain our of your minds. It happens. It is dealth with. I applaud these parents who have made this public. Do read what the one nurse said. I have never seen or heard of this before, but it is worth checking out. God Bless You and your children. May only the best come your way.
Jun 30th 2011 12:19AM Brody, may you be that child that defies the odds and grow and thrive, without pain and always loved by your family. My love goes out to you.
Jun 30th 2011 12:17AM Wow. You see a child who is in incredable pain when unbandaged and you can whip up a snap judgment like that. All I can say is you must have herpes to diagnose him so readily!.
You are a horrible individual.
Jun 25th 2011 11:46PM My grandfather remarried when he was 97, and well, what was good enough for him. I never really heard of him doing anything that he didn't want to. He didn't run races or anything like that. I do remember that he used tobacco, snuff. He ate a North Carolina diet. Both he and his wife were thin. He was so agile. He used to put one of his feet in his opposite hand and hop over his shin in one swift movement. But all I remember him doing other than that is sitting on his porch watching people pass by. Was he healthy? I guess so. You don't live that long and still walk around and not be. He just lived, relaxed and enjoyed life and his 11 children. Seems all my aunts and uncles were the same way, living at least into their late 70-100's.The point is living and enjoying life. If a marathon makes you happy, then go for it. If being vegetarian keeps you healthy do that as well. I just know lots of my ancestors that had a different secret. Stillness, listening to the trees creek and they lived into their 100's.
Jun 23rd 2011 12:30AM This is so funny. Yesterday the humidity was about 99% and so was the temp. I was so uncomfortable. I pulled out my material and made a pair of jams, in a great tropical print. Wore them today, they feel great, look great and are so cool as cotton always is. So today I cut myself another pair with palm trees and pink flamingos. I'm tired of traditional, and long for the ocean and a vacation. As I said before, I don't care what others wear, I design what looks best on me, and is first and foremost comfortable. I'll have to say, my clothes are one of a kind whoever I make them for.
Jun 15th 2011 8:44AM I used to commute to Detroit to work at the DMC complex. I loved going to Eastern Market. Although I worked in the 'mecca in the middle of the slums' (not my term), I never really felt scared, or threatened. (although I was not given service because I was white at a Subway at the hospital once). Which brings me to Eastern Market. I loved it. I'm glad that I mentioned it on the internet not that long ago, because my mentioning it planted a seed about the good things in Detroit. I remember going to Eastern Market as a kid with my brother-in-law. Being Greek, he loved the place. I happened to hear someone talking about it at the hospital and I asked where it was. Finding it was so close, I used to go over there for lunch. I felt no more threatened going to Eastern Market than I would going to market at Shipshiwanna, Frankenmuth, Ann Arbor or Adrian. In other words, people are people. If you don't feel threatened going to the casinos, to see the Lions, the Tigers, a rock concert, or just going to see the doctor, then chance going to Eastern Market. The potential to be harmed is anywhere, just be aware of your surroundings, and expect that you won't be harmed.
Jun 14th 2011 11:48PM wow, you do have a bitter streak...I agree with Ashton and Demi. I said it feels like reading my daughter's diary-which I never did. It's just not necessary.