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Jul 13th 2012 4:05PM I started crying too! Music is so powerful! That was so amazingly beautiful. Their faces say it all, it must have been wonderful in person. Boy if we could do that all the time I think people might lighten up, of course, who will pay the symphony to walk around to random places, but one can dream!
Jun 1st 2011 6:24PM You are awesome!!! Yes, yes, what JoeD says!!!
Dec 19th 2010 8:27PM NPH, if u can't say something nice, don't say anything at all, use your manners. Mom
Sep 24th 2010 2:58PM right???
Sep 24th 2010 2:51PM My heart breaks for her - she is beautiful and talented and tortured just like many stars before her... she will have a hard time the rest of her life unless and until she kicks her habits - friends and drugs.... She will always be offered drugs - she has to learn how to turn them down and how to fight off the sycophants who want to live in her world and think the only way to get in is to give her drugs/alcohol... forget any advice or support from her family - none of them are worth anything - if they truly loved her they would step into the background, stop relying on her for their livelihood and focus on her recovery instead. Alcoholism IS a disease, drug addiction IS a disease - her father is an admitted alcoholic - it is in her DNA, that makes it twice as hard to kick. I hope she finds herself, finds help, heals and gets back into the movies - I can't wait to see Machete and I will always root for Lindsay and hope that she gets back to doing what she is best at - acting and singing.
Jul 9th 2010 4:12PM Yuck, I watched about 4 minutes of the special last night - Yuck.... First of all, it was BORING, second of all LeBron, for being such a "star" can't string two coherent words together - I've heard better interviews from 7 year old little league players. ESPN - money grubbers - stupid show, lost major credibility in my opinion. They just wanted to sell commercial time - it's all about the Benjamins.... Again, yuck...
Jul 9th 2010 4:00PM A letter like that, written in anger, needs to be slept upon before delivery..... If he waited 24 hours, I bet he would have toned it down... Of course, being an owner, he feels personally insulted - who wouldn't. On the other hand, yikes, any employee would be fired for writing such a missive... good thing he's loaded
Apr 16th 2010 11:36AM I had rhinoplasty all scheduled when I was 16 years old and I got scared and cancelled the surgery. I am 49 now and not so concerned about the bump in my nose any longer, but I am beginning to have jowls and my eyelids are pretty puffy and I have always had a receding chin and it would be nice to have a real profile instead of a weird chopped off at the chin look.... I take excellent care of my skin and make my own skin serum out of hyalauronic acid and L-asorbic acid - I make it fresh every 5 days and discard the old - I keep it in a light sensitive bottle in the fridge - it has made such a difference in the fine wrinkles around my eyes! I would love to have the work done, but could never afford it on my own - thanks for the opportunity!!
Feb 26th 2010 9:37PM If you had even been across the bay when the trade center was hit you would want every middle eastern person strip searched before they bought their wheaties.... They are only supposed to follow suspected terrorists. I am not naive enough to think that some agents won't also spy on their friends, wives, neighbors or just random people - but if they don't have the ability to track the terrorists then we might as well just wait for the next attack.
Feb 13th 2010 11:15AM That last statement from the woman that "they need to choose a new list" is absolutely dead-on! New leaders need to be chosen from Haitian universities or Haitians educated outside of the country who have no ties to those ingrained, corrupt politicians and wealthy families who have sucked the life out of Haiti for eons. There should be small credit unions set up for "business loans" to women who can then buy a dozen goats and then breed and sell their milk and make cheese, or to buy two or three (even used) sewing machines so they can sell cloth, or to buy a loom so that they can create and sell handmade rugs, etc etc etc... The men also need to learn to work and contribute - give a loan to a woman and have her manage the purchase and operation of a farm and the men become her "partner", but she manages the money. I say this because simply Haitian men culturally do not work. I do not know why this is, but this is a sad fact. So, put the women in charge of the money and let them rebuild Haiti as "managers". Of course, this will never work because the men won't allow it.... sad, I guess they will all eat mud cookies for the rest of their lives. Women of Haiti - stand up and be heard!!!