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May 25th 2010 8:00AM This guy just wants to decorate his house and let the public pay for the cost of it.
And, as far as the guest rooms go, why would anyone who has the money to visit a tourist destination pay high dollar to stay in a place designed to look like a shack or an apartment in the the projects?
May 13th 2010 7:20AM A section of the stage that got flooded and will have to be replaced should be cut out to go along with the circle section from the Ryman. Then the new stage floor that is made to replace the flooded one could include all three.
May 5th 2010 11:19PM YOU GOT THAT RIGHT!!!
May 5th 2010 11:17PM Which is exactly the point we are trying to make on here. She is still a child yet her new "adult wannabe video" pulls in the trash like you to fawn over her. I swear that if she were my 17 yr old child, I would pull her off the set or out of the business. I wouldn't want pervs like you even laying eyes on her. PPL like you are sickening.
May 4th 2010 12:52PM Wow! That is pretty hateful. Why does a mom who has a daughter that plays baseball automatically become "femi-dyke". My daughters play and I'm anything but "femi-dyke". Also, it was stated that the little girl was never asked to practice; she did practice because she wanted to.
May 4th 2010 12:48PM I would love to see a video of her pitching the knuckle ball. Way to go, Chelsea
Apr 25th 2010 4:38PM Sal, what has Rev. Billy Graham ever done against or to hurt this country? Nothing. He has never done anything offensive or hurtful towards our country. But, he has been a great spiritual leader. If that is not your cup of tea then so be it. But, he is respected because he is respectful. He is admired because he is admirable. He is trusted because he is trustworthy. He is honored because he is honorable. He is a man of character and integrity. The presidents of our country know this about him. Add to this his honesty and lack of compromise on what he believes and the fact that he will pray for them despite the fact that he doesn't always agree with them on all points and they respect, honor and trust him. I take offense at the use of your words "Bible Thumper". It is a derrogatory remark against anyone who reads the Holy Bible and against those who share its truth with others.
Oct 17th 2008 8:07AM You are saying that Christians are hate-filled and that we will start a hate campaign against anyone who doesn't believe us and that we want to force our beliefs on you. Well, as a Christian, I see it the other way around. Non-Christians are more judgemental toward Christians. We are forced to "accept" and "tolerate" non-Christian beliefs everyday of our lives, with the promotion of gay rights, teaching that couples should live together before marriage, witchcraft (under the guise of "earth worshipper" or whatever they call themselves these days), entertainment and alot of celebrities, media. And we are constantly judged, condemned and hated for our beliefs. Whether we publicly "preach" our beliefs or not, we sure hear your opinions about us and it isn't positive or loving. It is hateful and judgemental. All you have to do is say that you are a Christian and you are automatic judged; thought of as some tyrannical, hateful, mean-faced monster. Are you showing the same acceptance and love toward someone different from you as you are looking for a Christian to do? That just proves that Christians are held to a higher standard. Even if you don't agree with one, you know that they are supposed to live a cleaner, more Godly livestyle. Well, we are supposed to. The Bible says in John 15:19 "If you were of the world, the world would love his own: but, because you are not of the world, but I have chosen you out of the world, therefore the world hateth you."
Oct 17th 2008 7:34AM Here is a example of someone being totally judgemental, crude, and downright evil. Definately not a loving Christian attitude. I don't see anyone saying..."Oh those sinners, I wish they would just leave us alone and let us live our own lives. Those sinners are just so judgemental."
What a double standard!
Oct 17th 2008 7:26AM I don't see where the article said that Christians were doing or saying anything to or about Reba's beliefs. It said she fears this. That is her own conscience as far as I am concerned. But, either way, Christians have a right to give their opinion. It is called "Freedom of Speech". It is not about being disrespectful. However, if it was, then I could say you were disprespectful towards Christians for just calling them "Stupid". Do you think you and only the ones who agree with you have the right to freedom of speech? Sounds to me, with comments like yours, that you are prejudice against anyone who does not have the same opinion as you.