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Apr 21st 2011 2:35AM So what, it's her money she can spend it any way she wishes. Her children will most likely be better cared for than most.
Apr 19th 2011 5:43PM Even with all the make up she is homley...have a feeling that by the time she is 30 no one will remember her and she will be living in a trailer somewhere in W. Virginia.
Aug 17th 2010 2:00PM As a burn survivor (3rd degree burns on over 50% of our body along with my Mother and Brother) I find this promotion apalling. I can only hope and pray that some young person (or some crazy drunken adult)does not attemp to duplicate this foolish stunt. To perform such a stunt in front of children and have it published on video is an unfathomable act of stupidy. The team in question should be ashamed and I can only hope that no other sports team would hire this person to peform.
Jul 20th 2010 5:01PM When traveling abroad I always make sure to grab a few business cards (almost always found on the front desk) off the check in desk at any hotel I am staying in. Not only do they serve as a momento from my trip, they also come in very handy when taking a taxi back to the hotel. Just hand the card to the driver and it resloves the problem with the language barrier. For those who frequently travel abroad it is common knowledge (Rome is especially bad for this) that taxi drivers will take the longest rout possible or bring you to the wrong destination and blame it on the language barier. Also, if you have the option, always take a taxi with a meter, once while downtown Rome our group had to split up in several taxi's to take a short ride back to our hotel, several in our group took an un metered taxi, they were charged $48 (U.S.) while those of us in the metered taxi's were between $12-$15 (U.S.).
Jul 11th 2010 10:50AM Thank God it's finally over and thank God it's only once every 4 years!
Jun 29th 2010 8:32PM Maybe she got the last phone she tried to hit someone with tangled up in her hair and yanked it out when she threw it. Just another spoiled rotten celeberty with a misplaced sense of entitlement. I wouldn't walk five feet to see her is she was passing out $100 dollar bills.
Jun 23rd 2010 2:43AM Typical France, arrogance reings supreme. Maybe one day France will wake up and realize they are living in the 21st century. All they know is how to go on strike and see how few hours a week they can work. Been to France twice and I have no desire to ever return again. Anyone who was born after WW2 have no appreciation for what the allies did for their country. Our baseball team was in Beziers for Bastile day in 1999, they had a carnival which we were all invited to attend, the WW2 generation French treated us with the utmost kindness, respect and courtesy. They had a stage set up with a disc jockey, they played the US National Anthem in our honor, every one of the WW2 generation French (wonderful and kind people) in attendance stood up and placed their hands over their hearts or saluted, almost without exception all of the younger generation remained sitting, with some spitting on the ground and many shouting curses. The Mayor of the town (a wonderful gentleman in his 70's) stood with us and later profusely apologized for the actions of the younger crowd. I can not imagine what will become of their country once all of the older generation has passed away, but if current events there are any indication I fear they will soon fall into the 3rd world category (If they are not already there). Wake up France, believe it or not there is a whold big world out there besides you!
Jun 22nd 2010 10:48PM Typical France, arrogance reings supreme.
Apr 29th 2010 5:54PM If you didn't come into the U.S. legally and you don't pay taxes you don't belong here, PERIOD! Go to Mexico and try it and see how you make out.
May 23rd 2009 3:41PM I think you should watch a replay of the play again. When Youkillis was hit (in the elbow), he looked at Santana and with an obvious smile on his face said "Sh** that hurt." It was Santana who made an issue with it and not Youkillis. Youkillis was calmly making his way to first base when Santana took a step or two towards Youkillis and said whatever he said (obviously he wasn't happy with Youkillis). Perhaps Santana misunderstood what Youkillis had said or his intent, but it was clearly obvious that Youkillis was not upset.