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Feb 26th 2011 11:09AM Most of these are mistakes on the part of the company, but the Pier 1 candle "issue" blows my mind. It's a candle - don't leave it unattended or near items that are flammable. That's common sense on the part of the consumer. "Because the candle flames can burn high, creating a fire hazard" - uh, duh.
Feb 18th 2011 9:26AM Angelina Jolie has many tattoos, and her career is more successful than that of Jennifer Aniston.
Nov 28th 2010 10:48AM That would be Tyrone Green, prison poet. "Dog is barkin' - do he bite?"
Oct 21st 2010 7:00PM That's so funny! My mom had an Oster for almost as long as I can remember (which is pretty long). It even traveled to and from South America. It only died within the past few years. She was so upset that we couldn't replace it. She thinks my KitchenAid is okay, but I know she thinks her Oster was better!
Oct 11th 2010 10:12AM Crabby-yes, you can care about people you don't know. I do agree that most people wouldn't want to have their personal lives splashed across the internet. But what does that have to do with caring about people you don't know? So you're saying that when you see some disaster on the news, you have no feelings about the people affected? When you hear about a child being molested, or a family losing a member to some senseless accident, you feel nothing? That's sad. You didn't have to click on this story if you didn't care one way or another. When we click on these stories, it encourages the media to keep printing them (yes, I am including myself in this statement).
Sep 24th 2010 10:24AM There is a very cool bridge in the cemetary. When you drive across it (make sure you have your windows down), it sounds like horses' hooves! We made sure we drove across it several times.
Jul 4th 2010 11:25AM IFC=Independent Film Channel.
Jun 19th 2010 11:07AM Mmm, Starblazers. I loved Derek Wildstar!
Jun 16th 2010 5:09PM Psycho is an amazingly masterful piece of movie making. Another interesting visual in the movie is that when you see Marion in her undergarments at the beginning, they are all white. Later, after stealing the money, when she undresses, her undergarments are all black. Ah, the symbolism...
Apr 30th 2010 10:41AM Sorry, but it is cable. The show was on ABC Family, not network ABC. That being said, I agree - I can't believe they cancelled "Betty". I already miss it. And I also loved "Earl".