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Sep 20th 2010 5:33PM Jail isn't going to change anything for Lindsey, nor is rehab... she is the only one who can make the changes needed to turn her life around. She needs to be subjected to the same consequences as anyone else would and then just let her go about her life, just like the legal system would for anyone else. The legal system can't "fix" Lindsey.
Sep 17th 2010 1:10AM I agree with Mickey... and any team who would support anyone who commits the atrocities that Vick did with his dog fighting ring should be banned from pro football. I will not watch any game that involves the Eagles or Vick.
Aug 31st 2010 8:29PM After reading this, I will never use Weight Watchers. It should be a matter of health, not a matter of what WW decides you should weigh. Too bad, they just ruined their image.
Aug 19th 2010 12:10PM So I guess this idiot is going to have to seriously injure a valued teammate with one of his childish temper tantrums before they decide to hold him accountable for his behavior.
Jul 16th 2010 5:16PM Oksana needs to go to jail for extortion.
Jul 12th 2010 10:56PM Beating on a 9 yr. old... what a coward. He's fortunate the boy isn't my son, I would have taken "matters" involving the father into my own hands and that would have been the end of it.
Jun 25th 2010 12:36PM I think everyone can agree that changing a diaper at the table is beyond disgusting, it is unsanitary and a health risk... however, as for the breastfeeding in public, if you are a mother who breast feeds her child you do not always have the luxury of privacy and when an infant is hungry, well, your options are fairly limited. Modesty is always appreciated but if your baby will not tolerate a cloth over his face while nursing then you have even fewer options. As a rule mothers who breast feed are not stripper wannabees, we are just less concerned about the fact that someone might get a peek at our breast or nipple and far more concerned with getting our babies fed and cared for. Afterall, if we let our babies cry from hunger not only would we be very bad parents, we would then be glared at or twitted about "having a screaming brat." So make up your mind ppl, either simply look the other way if it bothers you, or, if you don't like it, then you stay home closed up on your house and be shunned by the public just because you prefer "modesty" over being a responsible and caring parent.
Jun 17th 2010 9:36PM So the "professional" quoted in the article advocates for ignoring your child when they are seeking comfort? Seriously? Wow, hope parents recognize bad advise when they read it! As for my son, when I took his "binky" away he just switched to sucking his thumb. I never said a word about it to him, he regulated his thumb sucking himself as he got older and eventually quit all together on his own. I never ignored him, never restricted his "comfort" behavior and I never chastized him for it. I am lucky to be the mother of a great, well adjusted and sucessful young man who is a wonderful asset to this world. Fortunately I never bothered listening to the child rearing "experts" who know so little about the young minds we shape these days and instead I just followed my maternal instincts.
Jun 15th 2010 8:07PM He needs to be charged, prosecuted and identified as the sex offender he is, including having to register as a sex offender.
Jun 15th 2010 3:39PM LeeA - this is a situation where the child must suffer from the choices made by their parents, and that is what is so upsetting to ppl. The selfishness of the parent has resulted in suffering for the child and society as a whole objects to that kind of behavior... are you saying we should ignore the suffering of the worlds children? Geez... crawl back under whatever rock you crawled out of.