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Feb 15th 2011 6:56PM Why is this anyones "fault?" She is a legal adult now and is probably sick of doing what her Dad told her to do in the first place...or didn't tell her to do. Regardless, She had a good few years. Many people would have loved to have the go-around that kid had. She is probably sick of the forced good girl image and is rebelling now. She will hopefuly notice she is only hurting herself.
Feb 7th 2011 10:17AM "Aguliera, who has handled the task without issue before NBA games, botched the lyrics badly halfway through the song."
"It's an honor to be ask and she let America and herself down."
...Do these writers get paid to write these articles? Where do I sign up?
Apr 21st 2010 7:14PM She called and asked and they said no. She decided to wear the "dress because SHE thought it would be fun if her and her daughter dressed up like princesses for the day" and afterall, it was PROBABLY an April fools joke...But she didn't look like a princess and everyone could see that? But she must have thought she WOULD look like one. That was the plan. She was embarrassed to be picked out of the crowd. She wasn't embarrassed to wear a completely "hideous" dress to the park? Everything is so contradictory here it's funny. She wants an apology. Almost sounds like the woman who dropped the hot coffee on herself and sued cause it was hot. This world is wacked. Next time on April fools day, I'm going to drive 90 to get home from work and when I get pulled over and told I am going to get a ticket for going 90, I will just laugh and drive off, then when I am hunted down and forced off the road by the entire police force, I will demand an apology because it was April Fools day and I thought it might be a joke. I will be waiting for my apology also.
Apr 18th 2010 3:10PM Lawrence Fishburne is an awesome actor...Grade A MOVIE STAR; however, for some reason, I have a hard time relating to the character he plays on CSI. William Peterson IS CSI...I miss him.
Mar 29th 2010 12:17PM Maybe her dealer dropped the bag on her feet.
Maybe her feet WERE sweaty.
Maybe she was in the grocery store and someone was trying to take her picture, and she kicked and they moved and she kicked a bag of flour instead.
Maybe she was changing a baby and someone tried to play a joke on her and unscrewed the top of the canister and it dropped all over her.
Maybe she was baking cookies and dropped flour on her shoes.
This is so freaking ridiculous! I totally agree with you, Susan..."You gotta wonder what kind of world do we live in when putting powder in your shoes makes the news."
I really want a job writing news for (popeater) aol...Where can I apply?
Mar 27th 2010 11:18AM Trust me Steven...The reason is NOT the cashier, it's you. Maybe you should treat people the way you'd like to be treated instead of being so condescending - thinking you are so much better than the "genius'" taking your 100 coupons at the check-out. You apparently go to the grocery store with an attitude and that is bound to rub off onto anyone you come into contact with. Stop being so miserable and lighten up.
Mar 20th 2010 12:06PM "the only drawback in private adoption" part is really an open debate. I find a lot wrong with closed/private adoptions. Maybe because I have two young daughters and you had sons, since there is somewhat of a difference within the emotional aspect. I adopted through the state (foster care) and kept contact with members in their birth family. While I am well aware that some children who were taken from their biological parents should (in some cases) be closed and private for safety issues, it can vary depending on the family itself. Having contact with aunts, uncles, cousins and grandparents, and their birthmother has been the best choice we made for my family. They are like another set of in-laws. For anyone who wants to adopt, they should keep in mind that the reality of their situation is better than the kids pondering the "what-ifs" and conjuring up "perfect" life scenerios that could become consuming later down the line when they become teens.
Mar 20th 2010 11:36AM There are so many in foster care that urgently need families. Adopt older kids.
Dec 15th 2009 2:42PM Just put on your big girl panties - use your free coupon, and get on with more important issues than a black fly in your tuna.
Dec 12th 2009 4:53PM He made sure Kate wasn't able to have TV time, so it's only fair he gets the same treatnment.