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Mar 4th 2013 8:31AM Wow, imagine if this was actually your biggest problem.
Americans can be such crybabies.
If you want to change the HOA rules, join the board, recruit some supporters, and change the rules.
Aug 22nd 2012 1:15PM I love that it took off from a gravel runway and landed on a single asphalt runway moments later....crossing a small piece of water that at one time in history was the long-standing boundary between 'civilization' and barbarians.
The world is a smaller place, indeed.
May 16th 2012 1:39PM Never! NEVER!
Well, probably not....
Jun 30th 2011 4:45AM LaToya is very damaged. She has been unstable for decades and has a long list of outrageous accusations and interpersonal conflicts behind her. She has been hospitalized over and over again for mental health problems. It is actually quite pathetic that the media thinks it's okay to parade this poor delusional woman around for entertainment.
Apr 11th 2011 4:30AM I don't like the long-standing trend of naming little girls with English and Irish last names, like your kid, Hadley. Or all those little "Maddisons" running around playgrounds. It reminds me of romance novels, which means it sounds tacky. DOn't be surprised if she is taken less seriously than someone with a more conventional feminine-sounding name. Compare "Alice" and the girl two houses down, "MacLayne." Why don't you just name a little girl "Martinez" or "Lipschits" or "Yamamoto"?
Apr 11th 2011 4:12AM I also work in an ER, and I once had a patient named Q'lamdiya -- pronounced just like "Chlamydia" -- which is an STD, of course.
I know a teenage boy who goes by "De-Ron, but whose real name is, get this, D'Ront'sh'a, which I think is pronounced something like da-Ront-ta-shay.
Years ago there was an Oprah segment about little girls with messy rooms. One was a darling little girl named "Chinese." Seriously.
The auther claims children don't tease each other about names. Nonsense! But what's worse is hiring managers and others in a position to change a person's fortunes. How do they look at names like, "Q'lamdieya" "D'Ront'sh'a" and "Chinese"? Do you think they just go ahead and offer them every opportunity?
Apr 8th 2011 3:38AM You said it, "this is a free country" which also means people have the freedom to criticize the choices and actions of others. In this case, apparently many people feel this couple has less gratitude, humility, and a sense of privacy than they should. You don't agree. Isn't this interesting...all this variation in thoughts?
Apr 8th 2011 3:31AM Have these people never heard of the word "Privacy"? I am happy for them that they get to have even more children, since that seems to be so important to them, but I don't envy the lives of those children being raised by attention-seeking parents. Having a baby will make you happy for a very short time. Then reality takes over....
Apr 7th 2011 6:18AM That girl looks under-age.
Mar 21st 2011 5:26AM Yes, compared to all the other extremely well-researched and delightfully penetrating investigative travel literature on AOL, this article is so low brow, and well, just not at the level one expects in illustrious travel-reading destinations like AOL....
One wonders how this writer could have been even earnestly considered for inclusion among all the other eminent authors in these meritorious pages!
Why, what are all those brilliant, illustrious, and prominent AOL readers going to think?