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Apr 25th 2011 12:19PM I agree, but Im not counting on it. Not when she has so many parasites around to constantly cover for her.
Apr 16th 2011 10:30PM Just like the rest of us, most of his problems are the result of his own actions. Whether he takes the responsibility for those actions is another matter. Headstrong and arrogant, he refuses to recognize that there are people in the world who know what theyre talking about. When they offer advice,("you're living beyond your means..")maybe you should take it instead of thinking you know better.
Mar 4th 2011 7:35PM That wasnt Zsa Zsa, that was her sister, Eva.
Feb 27th 2011 9:39AM Okay Pamela, heres the deal.
Our neighborhood is about100 yards from a very large pond where about 2-300 of your so-called beautiful birds set up housekeeping every year. This year when these noisy bastards start having their little families and start leaving their smelly little souvenirs all over our neighborhood, we'll call you, and any of your friends, and you can have the task of cleaning up after them, so that our kids dont have to walk through the "mine fields" in their own neighborhood.
Bring a big shovel!
Jan 29th 2011 9:51PM It means youve learned to compromise and accept that neither one of you is ever going to be perfect. Youre human.
We met in our mid 30's. Made a lot of mistakes with previous relationships. Learned from it.
We've been together since July 87, and married since June 89. Its all about compromise and communication. When either one of those stops, the relationship tanks.
We both do things that annoy the other, but we also love each other in spite of it.
A woman marries a man thinking she will change him. A man marries a woman hoping she wont change. Guess what happens? Turns out youre both wrong.
Jan 24th 2011 6:44AM Ah yes..The Chris Farley / John Candy / John Belushi philosophy.
Jan 21st 2011 8:48AM My thoughts exactly.
It seems to me if you have managed to accumulate those kind of resources over your working life, you already know what to do with them to provide a good monthly income for yourself, and you dont need to be taking advice from some article on AOL. (or even AIG for that matter)
Some of us at the lower end of the economic food chain havent been so fortunate.
Jan 13th 2011 12:40PM A pound and a half of heroin and a pound of cocaine...You call that "huge"?
Thats nothing, and anyone with an ounce of street sense knows it.
Jan 11th 2011 12:36AM Jeff, Youre quite right that the Charger was faster than the Mustang on the open road, but it was a big, heavy car and they fitted it with undersize tires so that it wouldnt handle well giving an advantage to the Ford. In town the Mustang was quicker and more maneuverable, but out on the road the 440 would have run away from it. Bill Hickman was the best driver available then and he did make it look good.