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Jul 2nd 2012 11:55AM Hey--if I can't have seating with my children, then someone else will be sitting with them. THEY can do the "family" thing like keeping them entertained, helping them
with snacks, keeping them from disturbing other passengers, and-oh yes, cuddle
them while they cry for mommy!!
Sep 15th 2010 1:54PM To all of you negative people who bash those who have worked hard to get where they are today: jealousy is an ugly thing. Had I had the ability to earn and spend like they do, I would do the same thing. And so would you. We all strive for the best. Most don't quite reach it but without trying you will never know. If you think that everyone should live the same way, live in the same housing, etc, then you have very strong socialistic beliefs and belong in Russia. (Look how that worked for them!!!)
May 21st 2010 8:43AM My daughter did average on her SAT but was accepted to a large state university in the state where we lived. She graduated Magna Cum Laude with a 3.85 GPA. Her counselor told her there was no correlation between her SAT and her GPA. Her response: "That tells you something about the SAT."
Mar 30th 2010 7:35PM Whee-airline fairs dropped $30 whole dollars!!!! Gosh, now I can buy grocerys. Airlines have been as badly managed and our government. I say the flight attendants need to spend a week shadowing the CFO of their airline and be responsible for finding funds to keep the airline flying and why striking won't help. I quit flying and drive. I don't care how long it takes to get there, it's better than expensive airport parking, long lines thru security, bad service (or no service) on board, canceled or delayed flights and no help if you're stuck overnight somewhere. Ever wonder why Southwest is healthy?? Çould it be because you luggage is free, they're friendly and most of all very helpful to the customer. Yes--we, the customer, the big C, are what keeps airlines flying.
Dec 28th 2009 9:28AM i like the "slap chop". Similar to other choppers I've had. Nice for onions-doesn't burn the eyes like hand chopping. Had to prep food just like I do for hand work. No big deal. Saves my fingers. Knives are great but not for onions and garlic.
Nov 20th 2009 9:20AM Never did like Martha Stewart. She's way too "perfect". No one can achieve that high level of creativity and maintain it on her own. Besides, she's a hypocrit.
I don't decorate my house like she does, I don't cook like she does, I don't cheat on my investments, etc. I DO cook like Rachae Ray. Love her and her honesty. Getting that Martha??? Honesty??
Nov 5th 2009 6:36PM You can't train health care workers "on the job". Many positions require months or years of classroom & clinical experience followed by taking a certification or state board examinations. Even changing someones diaper and emptying their bedpans requires an "CNA" certification. And the pay sucks. But benefits are usually available and there is always room to grow. Many go on to nursing degrees.
Jul 19th 2009 11:26AM I learned my eating habits from my mom who was overweight. Is is noon? Then it's lunch time-hungry or not. It was like that for every meal or occasion. I finally got a handle on this and now exercise (walk) every day and eat only when I truely feel hungry. Keeping my weight down and wear a size 12 @ 5'9".
Family may be how and what we eat, but only you can change that. Don't blame mom when you have control.
Jul 17th 2008 12:11PM Dear Heather,
I don't know what airline you work for but there is one out there right now that actually charges us per checked bag. Now you know why there is so much more carry-on bag. I, for one, will no longer fly that airline because I always check my luggage and my carry-on is always light weight. Are you listening airlines? Do you hear your customers? Or soon to be excustomers?