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Jan 10th 2011 9:25AM
Natural does not mean "Chemical-Free" in any way! Chemicals are literally in everything. Do not be fooled or scared by this all-natural revolution. Natural does not automatically mean safer or better for your health. Most of it is hot air or smoke and mirrors. It doesn't matter who tells you differently. All it has become is a PR buzzword. Unless they are stupid beyond belief, any salesperson who tells you that chemicals are not in their product is lying and they know it.
Jan 10th 2011 8:39AM I am not against alternative ingredients, but SLS has been used for decades without extreme problems. It is relatively safe for most people to use. There is no guarantee that an alternative product would be as safe or effective. It would take a while to complete the recommended testing to study the effects of anything new or different on a massive scale.
People too often want to rid the world of something without looking at the replacements or potentially harmful effects of any replacement. Chemicals are everywhere and will continue to be long after our short lifespan. Even some of the worst chemicals imaginable have great benefits. The best thing to do is find what works for you.
Dec 18th 2010 11:41AM Why censor someone's work? Wouldn't it make just as much sense to not play it at all?
This just seems like another overblown news story. Sometimes the simplest solution actually works. Editing speech, or in this case music, without permission is theft, and in this country, the activity is frowned upon. If it must be edited to appease the masses, then Joel "Java" Murphy should cease airing the song completely. The artist loses his freedom and intent when it airs without the full audio.
Nov 5th 2010 2:07PM It sounds like a solid rock song to me. I suspect this song will be a hit. It is catchy and cool song by one of the most underrated vocalist today. A unique voice is one of the major factors in making big, and Seal certainly has a way of choosing or writing songs that work well his amazing voice.
This guy definitely took the best career path. It is too bad that he didn't have continued success in the US. I hope his new album does well here. I will look into it next week.
Aug 24th 2010 1:52AM I do not necessarily mind places charging fees for wifi, but when these establishments charge 1/3 of the price, per 24 hour period, of a normal basic monthly subscription, the management has clearly lost touch with reality. It is especially bad when the connection is not even half as good as basic home service. a smaller $3.99 fee per day is much more appropriate for a much needed quality service. Anything over $5 is just profiteering. I expect it to work the whole time for $11 per day, but unfortunately, that rarely happens. The one's that charge the most, oddly, have the most technical difficulties. I guess it technically isn't odd since these people are too far out of reality to realise that they have been duped into believing $10 per day is a reasonable fee for wifi.
I actually love what Holiday Inn Express does. The connection is free, but the opening page takes you to their special local page. This includes a local listings page for the cable, local weather info, and advertisements for local restaurants and other potentially relevant businesses.
Jul 7th 2009 5:23PM AOL's misleading headline:
TV Actor Considers Political Career
Since when has Alec Baldwin been considered a "TV" actor? For as long as I can remember Alec Baldwin has been considered an actor. He has acted in many mediums during his career. I have never really liked his acting, but I think that it is an insult to generalize Alec's career into one minor catagory.
BTW AOL, his political ambitions is not exactly a new story either.
Feb 26th 2009 8:04PM Top Gun is the best Val Kilmer movie they could think of?
Feb 11th 2009 7:21PM Yeah, adding commercials to 'commercial free' radio was a great idea, and this bankruptcy proves it. The fact that Sirius hired people with absurd silly names to tell everyone what is playing next didn't make any sense either as there is nice screen on the receiver to do that for us. Unless the company changes some of its crazy practices, then there is really not much more of a benefit then FM radio. I would pay double for a satellite radio service like Dish Network has. It play continuous music without interruptions 24 hours a day.
Jan 10th 2009 3:15AM We don't know why it took so long for our brethren across the pond to see Agyness Deyn in the same light that we do.
This comment doesn't make any sense considering that this was a BBC poll. In case anyone hasn't noticed, the BBC isn't even available in the US. Why would the BBC hold a poll in the US? That is the dumbest thing I have seen in a long time.
NEWSFLASH: Most Americans have never heard of this woman, and to accuse us of seeing this woman in some light from all the way across the pond is ludicrous. No matter how much you Brits want to push her on us, this woman would probably never crack the top 500 hundred most annoying persons in the world in a legitimate American poll. Your ploy to convince us that we know this person failed. It took us this long to see the light because for most of us we have never heard of her before, and we certainly hope to keep it that way.