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Feb 27th 2011 5:26PM Americans are being targeted in Mexico -- and murdered. These murders are occurring in taxis, at airports, and on the streets. Rich Americans are fleeing Mexico for their lives. For these reasons, I am not about to take a Panama Canal cruise that ends in Acapulco. All of the cruise lines should quit calling at Mexican ports until the army kills or captures all of the drug cartel criminals.
Feb 10th 2011 5:51AM There was once a sports star who murdered two people and got off. That experience taught him that he could get away with anything. Thus he was enabled to then proceed with an armed robbery. He should have gone to jail for the murders. We should look at the criminal law as an exercise in education, designed to teach the dull-minded who are poor learners in any case to think before they act. Ms. Lohan is obviously in need of this kind of education.
Nov 12th 2010 11:44AM Sejac is just another job-killing Republican. Like the rest of the job-killing Republicans, his word is worthless. Almost anything any of them have to say is a lie or a distortion bearing little evidence of truth.
Nov 10th 2010 2:35PM I have gotten scabies from bedspreads in first class hotels all over the world. I now avoid them completely -- and I always carry a miticide with me to kill the critters as soon as they make their presence in my skin known.
Apr 4th 2010 1:20AM I was at Altamont as well. One of the things that remains huge in my memory of that time was when one of the Rolling Stones asked everyone to stand up, turn around, and walk back several paces -- and everyone did. The Hells Angels were the security and they were passing out LSD-laced drink -- and they were benign (at least as far as I could see). And marijuana was everywhere, joints were being passed around from total stranger to total stranger. It was a wonderful experience, the music was wonderful, and I am still glad I was there. The UFO was just the cherry on top of that wild experience.
Mar 4th 2010 3:37PM The truth is that the vast majority of Americans understand the corruptness of insurance companies in general and the dishonesty of the Republicans. Thus, they support health care insurance reform by a very wide majority. Obama's right; AOL got it wrong
Dec 14th 2009 11:58AM So, Citi has screwed us to the wall with grossly inflated interest rates and uses the profits wrung out of us by their pirate ways to pay off Uncle Sam. Well, of course, once they've paid back the money we sent them to keep them alive, will they (a) reduce their credit card overcharges, and (b) shed their non-banking businesses as if Glass-Siegel had not been repealed?
Dec 9th 2009 7:11PM Tiger Woods is being dumped on for having affairs with women. This is none of anyone's business and no consequences should result. The lady in question is an adult; she is not a tramp or any of the other idiotic things she's being called. If anyone is loose it is Woods but let's consider the rules: rank has its privileges; power corrupts; and then of course there's the golden rule: he who has the gold rules. Nine-hundred-million dollars gives Woods privilege, power, and gold; therefore, he rules. If you don't like it, move to Russia.