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Jun 6th 2013 4:17PM You'd never get Disneyland or Magic Mountain condensed down to that size.
Dec 17th 2012 3:32PM Fine, it predicted nothing about the end of the world, which is what this whole thing is all about. A "cycle" of what? Certainly not the apocalypse. The Mayan civilization was depraved and failed in a number of ways, hardly the kind of group I would lend much credence to.
Dec 16th 2012 5:08PM Why do they keep calling it a Mayan calendar prediction? It predicted nothing, it simply ended there. It did not have a little note written at the end saying "world ends this day." People maybe expected them to keep producing calendars ad infinitum? They had to stop sometime.
Dec 4th 2012 4:21PM She's quite right, the creature in the White House IS trying to destroy the country. That is not the scariest part, however. The worst of it is that the average American voter has sunk to the level that they will actually vote for an immoral, child killing, illegal alien criminal embracing, tax thieving socialist. We could survive Obama, we cannot survive the decline of the entire population to this level.
Oct 19th 2012 10:21PM That's only a start. Get rid of ALL of them...then get rid of the TSA.
Apr 16th 2012 6:34PM Hello children, and welcome to the neighborhood. Can you say "SCAM?"
Mar 13th 2012 10:29AM My last flight a baby squalled nearly the entire trip and I was immensely thankful that it was back in coach and not in first class. It might be easier on the parents in some ways, but it is harder on all the other passengers in first class who paid extra money to NOT sit and listen to a screaming child or smell dirty diapers the whole flight. They chose to be parents, let them deal with it. Likewise the drunks should be banned from flights anyway, and the obese should have to buy two seats, at least when they are flying coach, so these analogies do not hold up. You pay a lot more for first class for a more pleasant flight, and a baby shrieking next to you strips away a lot of that benefit.
Mar 6th 2012 11:24PM It is not a piece of paper that is the point, it is the commitment it represents. Ask the converse. If it is no big deal either way, why not get married and publicly and legally proclaim your commitment? No, it is a dodge to claim that it is "only a piece of paper." If it is so negligable, take that final step. To consistently decline to do so demonstrates a weakness in the relationship, not strength.
Feb 14th 2012 6:35PM Hope someone who knows her or her doctor tells her to run a course of doxycycline. Those critters are known to carry leptospirosis.
Dec 16th 2011 4:09PM HOA's often like to pretend they have more power than they really do. Those who run HOA's are too often control freaks who are grabbing at an opportunity to try to run eveyone else's life around then. An HOA that prevents junkers from piling up in someone's yard is one thing, but otherwise LEAVE PEOPLE ALONE.