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Apr 26th 2010 9:37PM Hell honey, you're soprano friend O.D.d. Don't you hate it when that happens.
Apr 14th 2010 5:39PM And BTDT is not good with spelling.
Mar 30th 2010 10:37AM I couldn't agree more. Enough is enough. As for his wife, I realize she is hurting. However, if she has made the decision to stick to the marriage, then start showing it. Either stick by your man or get the divorce and let Tiger move along. I don't agree with with his actions, but it is over. Let the man move forward.
Mar 25th 2010 11:29AM Admittedly, I am not a parent. So all of you out there who respond that I don't have a say, don't shoot the messenger. That being said, this is perhaps the best letter I have read regarding childrens tantrums. I work at a hospital and deal with the little ones daily. The parents who get this concept make my job so much easier. Those that coddle and give in to the children make my job darn near impossible. Kuddos Janice. Very well said.
Mar 5th 2010 4:04PM I walked out of two movies. While serving in the military, I walked out on the movie "Airplane". I thought it was just too stupid and silly. Eventually, I saw it on television and since have grown to adore the movie. The other movie was called "The Fortune Cookie". Terrible. Just terrible.
Apr 5th 2009 6:58AM Part of the reason I choose Kodak as my camera was due to their free downloading and storage site. Now they want me to pay again for something they promised as part of a package at time of purchase? Sorry Kodak. Dump me....I dump you and all all future purchases you would have made from me. My hard earned dollars need to stretch these days. I feel certain I can do better.
Feb 27th 2009 10:00AM My Grandmother's sister was named Mary Christmas. But the best I knew of was phonetically prounounced "Ore ron gel oh"...and yes, it was actually spelled ORANGE JELLO. Go figure!
Jan 31st 2009 6:48AM In the late 70's, I entered the military service. I was put up in a sleezy hotel within about a block of the Greyhound Bus station in downtown Cleveland, Ohio. That place had to be the worst hotel ever. The sheets on the bed were not changed (judged by the amount of pubic hair still on the sheets), and when you laid down on the bed (on my coat so I wouldn't have to lay on filthy linen), the view was of hundreds of tiny spit balls of paper on the ceiling of the room. Roaches were everywhere, and there was a hole in the door. As disgusting as it was, through the years it has become a favorite story of mine to tell. Some things should be experienced once in a lifetime. Guess this was mine.
Nov 25th 2008 8:16AM Regarding the "Great White Way", there appears to be only one educated reader in the lot. The reference made in the opening statement was indeed a reference to the early days of Broadway and its theatre district. It was not some type of racial slur. Please do your homework if you intend to comment on a subject. It allows the site to be more valuable for the rest of us.