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Jan 21st 2013 1:47AM Once they build this fortress, authorities just need to make certain that none of the kooks living there can leave.
Aug 18th 2012 10:33AM I don't travel that often, but when I do I check reviews of hotels to see which one serves the best breakfast. Since hotel breakfasts are buffet style, they are not going to be five star meals, but they can still be decent. I have stayed at many hotels that keep the eggs hot and ready, and also have a hot meat, either bacon, ham, or sausage. The rest of the offerings usually include muffins, danishes, toast, cereal, fruit, and yogurt. The best ones offer belgian waffles, where you actually make the waffle with batter in a waffle maker. Those are actually very good if they have fruit to go with them. I've been to a number of hotels that offer this and it makes for a very good breakfast. Of course, there are many hotels that offer subpar breakfasts. Check out the reviews to the hotel you plan to stay at if this is important to you. If people who have stayed there are raving about the breakfast, then it's probably going to be decent. It will never be what you would get if you went to a restaurant and ordered exactly what you want, but nobody ever said it would.
Jun 4th 2012 1:12PM I envision a disaster in the making. The biggest problem I see with their plans is that those who end up going are going on a one way trip. Not having an option to return will lead to mental issues and could easily cause the demise of everyone living there. Can you imagine just how small living quarters will be and how long those people will be trapped? I'm not saying that we should not do this; I just think they need better alternative planning.
Jun 4th 2012 12:50PM Sometimes, simpler is better. If you can remember a time when there were no computers or video games or cell phones or I-Pads or all the things people think they could not live without today, then you know that this is true.
Mar 27th 2012 7:57PM I imagine any living thing that had eyes down there and were exposed to the lights of the submersible probably were literally blinded by the light.
Nov 24th 2011 1:02AM A $200 voucher? Pathetic. How about a couple of free flights minimum? And why was the fat passenger not required to stand instead of the person who paid for one seat? If anyone should have been standing, it should have been the fat passenger who only paid for one seat. The more I think about this, this guy needs to sue US Air, plain and simple.
Jun 21st 2011 3:12PM Would somebody please find these spammers and shoot them between the eyes.
Jun 15th 2011 2:17PM I see we have lots of haters here. While I have never been a big fan of hers, she did a good job this year, as did all three judges. Yes, they could have given a bit more criticism, but from a viewership standpoint, what they did worked out very well as can be seen by American Idol having it's best ratings ever this past season. I loved Simon, but the three judge panel this year brought something refreshing to the show which actually made it more enjoyable.
May 30th 2011 12:25PM Obviously your comment makes clear that you have never served. I love those who feel that they should be able to take anything and everything they want from society, and feel zero responsibility to give anything back. Societies are only as strong as their weakest part.
Apr 7th 2011 2:22PM Dumb and dumber. Anyone with half a brain knows a baby needs more nourishment than a vegan diet will provide.