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Jun 29th 2010 2:14PM The single largest problem in the world today is overpopulation. It is at the root of poverty, pollution, global warming and many global health issues. The fact that we celebrate these self indulgent parents is truly and utterly obscene. The fact that they are paid for they're oblivious breeding goes beyond obscene into the realms of criminal and evil.
Apr 12th 2010 12:21PM In agreement,an absolute bullshit list. It's obvious that no musicians played a part in these choices.
Mar 26th 2009 5:58PM This is a man who revels in the attention he gets with his sensationalist statements. His penchant for doom and gloom and the panic that it breeds is a substantial part of our problem. Those of us the keep a positive perspective and see this recession as not only a time of opportunity, but as also a necessary pull back from an unreal economy will emerge from this more quickly and with less pain. The economy that will result from these difficult times will be a healthier more stable system with a dynamic based in reality. It is entirely possible that we've already turned corner and will slowly rise out of this, but only if we allow it.
Oct 1st 2008 11:34AM Hey Cohan, you self serving twit. 59% of what ?!! Obviously anyone who needs their money now should worry. We need you to tell us that?? The market always comes back for those in for the long haul. You're suggesting to suck it up and sell now?? You've GOT to be on crack.
Apr 28th 2008 12:43PM Sorry, I can't watch another embarrassing Bushism. At first they were funny and affirming, ( as in " I told you so" ), now they're just tragic. I'm a world traveler and when I tell citizens of other countries that I'm American I've got to qualify that with " and Bush is an idiot ". They give me a pitying look and seem to relax at that point, but what follows is always, " How could a great democracy such as yours elect such a man ?"
Apr 18th 2008 10:46AM Let's take this a little further and say that this administration is a black mark on this country's history !!
Apr 11th 2008 10:30AM I'm an addict/alcoholic in recovery for many years and am very grateful for my disease. The point being that adversity can bring growth if we allow it. Gratitude is a state of mind, a positive state of mind. The gifts that I gained through the process of recovery and disease are immeasurable. To live in resentment and anger for anything lost to my disease would quickly bring relapse. To spend a moment everyday in gratitude gives me humility and a healthy perspective.