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May 26th 2012 10:14AM I couldn't agree more with you. I'm 38 and have 2 friends (50) who were
both paratroopers and even they both admit, this guy was an idiot. You can easily
see she didn't want to go. I can also see his straps around her looked loose.
Sep 13th 2011 6:10PM That's not bravery. It's stupidity! No respect for life....!!!
May 12th 2011 8:14AM wow. We all really need to step back and stop with this thug this and white trash that. Are we all really dumb enough to keep using color as the backdrop for bashing each other? I mean seriously, racism is getting really old and we all need to stop, white and black. In respect to my own humble opinion, and in disagreement with what the author was saying. I think Fox News was just saying they didn't agree with supporting a man who defended a cop killer, who is now living in Cuba, because she escaped prison here in the US. Afterall, she did kill a police officer in NJ. I'm not judging his lyrics in a whole. But the point of the matter is that he did in fact defend a murderer, and do you really think he she be rewarded for lyrics like that? And to defend the one persons comments, the White House is indeed our house and not Obama's house. If the people don't agree with allowing this man to visit, then it shouldn't be allowed, end of story.
Feb 19th 2011 11:47AM Ya know what I don't understand with all of this. Is that a man slaughters hundreds of dogs, which although he payed for his crime, he still did it. But here's what bothers me. Is that ALL of philadelphia is praising this man and putting him on a pedestal for children to admire. Why? Because he made a comeback to the NFL? Is this what our society has come to? Praising and rewarding a man who comes back to the NFL and plays well after committing a crime? Please!!! Whatever happened to the real heroes in life. Heroes like Martin Luther King, and Babe Ruth, and the mother who works 4 jobs to raise her children. Instead, the man representing the hero is an NFL star who committed a crime and served time. WOW!!! Is that the hero???!!! Then you people should be ashamed of yourselves!! But I know people are going to say, "you're just prejudice." The truth is, the people that will likely say that, are the ones playing the race card, and they're likely to be the prejudice ones. I'm from the Philly area and I'll be honest with everyone here. Down here, Vick is looked at like a God. They stop elementary school classes and have Vick jersey day and parties in the elementary schools to celebrate Vicks exsistance. Trust me, my wife's an elementary school teacher. I know. It's really really sad. Even if you're an Eagles fan or for that matter, black, you should still realize that he really isn't the hero that should be!!! Especially for our children. Such a shame! Please wake up. He turned down Oprah because he didn't want to relive the dog issue. It wouldn't look good for him. Smart move in my opinion. People are saying it's a mistake. Oh please. There's more to life than Oprah.
Dec 2nd 2010 8:53PM Okay, so I'm guessing this guy is going to ask for what? 4, 5, 6 million for this door opening up and causing a big scare, let alone depressurization and probably a roller coaster ride. Lets seriously ask ourselves. Does he really deserve 4 million dollars? I hope they don't give it to him. It's people like him who hold up the courts and cause a fuss over little, if anything. I agree he should probably get something. But I'm just hoping they don't throw the lottery his way. Because there's a lot of starving people out there and 4 million dollars would be a big waste.
Oct 23rd 2010 9:54PM I hope they arrested that entire football team dude! Every last one of them should be thrown away! I know I would've attacked every player I could that came into those stands. That's not there place or there battle!!! I don't care what the reason is!!
Did they get arrested for those punches thrown?
Sep 25th 2010 11:20PM I understand the experience wasn't the greatest for her and I can relate. But as an older guy with much more experience than the two of them combined, my thought on her entire experience, was that she set herself up for failure from minute one. What I mean is, if you notice her first pointing out about her lack of confidence in dating sites and how she wants to try something new, but hesitates and then realizes well, that's also risky. Then she points out how limited her selection is and how again, there's a risk. Then she finally steps foward and picks a guy and hesitates yet again, questioning her own self cofidence (what little to none there already is), and whether she can go through with it. Then once she meets the guy, before she even meets him, she spots him coming down the stairs and everything is negative, from the way he's dressed, to his sweaty body, to his actions. Then what he says isn't good enough either. Then what he reads is questionable. Then yet again, how much he reads is over the top. My advice? Grow up! Start accepting people for who they are and for God's sake, get out more often and date more. Don't judge the world on one guy or one website. In the end, the guy gets the thumbs up here. Not the girl exploring her bravery. She sets herself up for failure from beginning to end.......He's read too many novels? Perhaps. But so has she. Too many fall in love with the perfect man one too many times and have the perfect ending too many times. So thats what she's looking for. The sad part about her, is that she'll figure it out when she's 40 years old and by that point, she'll feel too old to date.......
Apr 14th 2010 8:52AM I think they forgot Delaware. We have no sales tax on anything, and our income tax is extremely low.
Feb 27th 2010 4:36PM I'd rather see HD screens installed than to go 3-D. It's going to take away from good storylines and good acting and replace it with cheezy graphics to replace the good films. I think it's a really bad idea. It's okay once in a while. But people will become so wrapped in graphics, that they'll forget about high definition and good storylines. Don't become so enthralled with 3-D.
Dec 8th 2009 7:48PM I agree. I understand what you're saying about the 4 police officers. Most people shouldn't get off for these crimes and I'm not advocating to set these people free by any means. I'm just looking at this from the other end, because I don't think anyone has ever considered what John would have said about his own killing. I don't think anyone has looked at that angle to it. So I was just curious what John would have thought about Chapman. I seriously think John would have said, "I forgive him." Thats the way John was. I'm merely saying that I think we can all take a lesson from John. Not Chapman! By setting Chapman free, we're giving and standing by everything that John fought for! "Freedom!" But I'm not supporting what he did or setting him free for that matter. I'm just trying to see the hour glass from the other side.