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Jun 5th 2011 3:30PM SEALs don't really need the recognition, I mean that they prefer to remain anonymous for security reasons. Their satisifaction is internal. They are proud that they can do a good job for their country. And that is enough for them. There are people in the upper levels of government who know what they do and the SEALs get there satisfaction by knowing that their superiors know they do good work. I am sure they are equally appreciative of our good wishes and prayers and accolades for them-that just icing on the cake.
May 23rd 2011 12:55PM Maria, I undestand and empathize and hope you take him for all you can unmercilessly. But don't forget too that he has 3 or 4 more families (with children of their own) to support. Let them use your lawyer when you are finished with him. I have admired Arnold and his work for years, but I say in the end let him find a cardboard box on skid row.
May 19th 2011 5:44PM Drugs. Really cool stuff right? Hey he lived to 60, that's a long time. Especially when you are 14.
Mar 26th 2011 4:28AM I believe many people are missing the message here-this is a push to accept muslims by virtue of their fashionable look. Islam will do anything to infiltrate their enemy western (Amereican) society so they can annihilate all westerners and their culture (of course including Americans). There is only one way to end a jihad-when all the enemy are dead. We are their enemynot the other way around, but we do need to defend our way of life not to mention ourselves. We must do this by rejecting anything muslim otherwise they will have a new path to infiltrate their enemy. It is easier to destroy your enemy from within thier rqanks and with their approval.
Mar 17th 2011 6:20AM Ricki had a daytime talk show once before and proved how terrible she was at it. Katy was GREAT on the morning show, the network blew it putting somebody as bright eyed and perky as Katy in a hard news slot even if she deserved the shot. Katy ahs the background to get real stars and substantial guests like Oprah does, Ricki on the other hand is as credible as Lindsey Lohand. Katy is a happy person and should match or near match Oprah eventually.
Mar 9th 2011 9:32AM Tumor, I don't think I've heard of that brand of Tequila?
Mar 9th 2011 9:23AM They say the first step is admitting (recognizing) you have a problem.
Mar 3rd 2011 2:14PM I am going to guess that most people think their time is worth more than minimum wage and while Barbara Thau did include preparing the food, how did the food get there? who and how much time did managing all these events in this exercise come to? who keeps the accounting records for Barbara or at the restaurants and how much did they get paid? then also, I think personally, I would be willing to pay more than minimum wage for somebody to come and clean up and wash the dishes and put them all away when I finished eating. and hopefully smiled at me the whole time, and made sure my water glass (or beer mug as the individual case may be) was full or ketchup and salt and pepper were handy and allowed me all the napkins I needed. It's called food "SERVICE" for a reason. The cost of the food is indeed minimal, it is the service that makes it worthwhile.
Jan 11th 2011 7:08AM I said it before and I'll say it again, ANYBODY who has ever played football from Pop Warner on up has dreamed of making THAT very run.