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Mar 6th 2013 9:25AM Did anyone else think those images looked like computer circuitry boards?
Jun 4th 2012 3:42PM All I can say is it's about time. Everyone's so worried about the harasser's so called "rights". The other homeowners have rights as well. This woman clearly has a problem,(she's a bully) and the only way to stop her is to get the law involved. I think if she were my neighbor, I'd have her in court, if at all possible, as many times as I financially could and do a little "harassing" myself.
Jan 10th 2012 2:10PM Yes, it is. They used to be known as the Flying Wallendas.
Jan 10th 2012 2:08PM Dear Jane,
IMHO it IS a nutty thing to do, but a death wish? I don't think anyone really wants to die, but I do think people do these things because it's a dare that they can't resist. The Wallenda's work without a net (but practice with one), and no one can certainly deny that it's an attention getter, but so is going to the moon, exploring underwater caves, bullfighting, splitting an atom, designing an x-ray machine. They need an answer to their question, can it be done, and are willing to put their lives on the line to prove it CAN be. But would I do it??? Not on my life!
Nov 14th 2011 10:22AM Moving back in with your parents is the smart thing to do if you can't afford to live on your own, monetarilly speaking. Why in the world would you want to go into debt if you don't have to? I'm speaking from the stand point that you're looking for a job and would try to move out as soon as possible. If you don't have the cash, you can't buy it!
Jun 9th 2011 9:31AM Really AOL. Couldn't you find anything else more news worthy than this? Honestly, in the scheme of things, who really cares?
Mar 24th 2011 10:25AM I don't think it means anything. Just a sloppy way of addressing others
Mar 24th 2011 10:15AM I've always thought that being called by a title was a show of respect for that person and that it was proper etiquiette. Never was it to be a slap in the face as some of you women seem to take it. Understandably manners and etiquette evolve but IMHO losing the respect for others seems to be a demotion in morality. If you don't value others, then they won't value you. How can they? Yes, this is a trivial topic in the scheme of things, but respecting others never goes out of style.
Mar 23rd 2011 10:47AM To her family: Losing anyone's mother is difficult at best, and being in the public eye, makes this time even more difficult for you. I am sorry for your loss, and I would like to thank you for sharing her with us. She was a fantastic actress.
Mar 16th 2011 2:19PM Anorexia is an illness. I have a daughter who is an anorexic and believe me they can't see themselves as they really are. I sincerely hope LeAnn gets treatment and soon. I don't wish this disease on anyone. She has more problems than cheating.