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Mar 31st 2010 7:19PM @ Zmach:
Dude, I tried to read the bands names backwards, but I couldn't make any sense of them that way. Maybe YOU are strung out.
You are WAY out of line! Skynard is an outstanding band. Well at least they were before the plane crash. Their music is still relevant today. Well some of it is.
You complain that people say they don't know this band. But then you go about showing your ignorance of other genres of music. Now go to bed, you have school in the morning.
Mar 31st 2010 6:56PM Sue:
I am not picking on your post. But I grabbed my copy of the DSM-IV-TR after reading what you say. There is NO valid diagnosis for being "ADDICTED TO LOVE." While many paraphilias and addictions DO exist. There is not one for being addicted to sex or love. I expected as much concerning the "love" addiction, but was surprised by the lack of "sexual" addiction.
Mar 31st 2010 7:48AM Here is another QUACK looking to follow in "Dr." Phil's footsteps. Has he treated any of these 4 people? Has he interviewed or examined them? Where does he get off DIAGNOSING them? And for his advice? If you have never spoken with any of the parties involved, how do you give advice? How does he know Elin was very much in love with Tiger? It seems to me of the 4 people in the relationships, she had the biggest need for money, and she ended up with the richest person. How does he know Sandra is addicted to love? Did he get that from watching her movies? NEWS FLASH: Movies are NOT real.
All he does is guess. What a joke.
Mar 31st 2010 7:23AM I'm fairly positive that Kenseth took the shot at Gordon so that he (Kenseth) could win. Gordon retaliated immediately. Why should that lead to a penalty? NASCAR told the drivers to get more physical this year You can't penalize them every time they hit each other.
Mar 31st 2010 6:46AM I kind of have to agree with Bill. I don't personally care who sleeps with whom. But I am SO sick of people trying to make gay the new straight. If he wasn't doing it for attention, why is he announcing it at all?
Mar 31st 2010 6:26AM @ Panty Buns:
"Lady" GaGa dresses slutty. She acts slutty. So when the children and adolescents today emulate her, they too dress and act slutty. But we shouldn't just lay this problem at the feet of the mass media culture. Prom dress shops have needed a maternity section for at least 25 years.
When parents decided it was cute to dress their daughters in whatever slutty star's slutty outfit was fasionable at the age of six, could we expect to raise ANYTHING but a generation of slutty girls? And now those girls are raising their own generation of daughters.
Be proud: this is the American style that makes the adolescent population the fastest growing demographic for HIV/AIDS. And the explosion in eating disorders. And the continuing trend of teen pregnancy.
Mar 31st 2010 5:35AM WOW!!! BREAKING NEWS:
The clothing industry uses barely legal teens AND sex to sell merchandise!!! Why are they wasting my time with this crap???
Oh, and LJ: Pop can be used in place of dad, father, etc.
Mar 30th 2010 2:55PM @ Bob:
I appreciate your opinion on Danica. I too cheered loudly for her during her rookie campaign with Rahal/Letterman. But following Indy her career seemed to stall. But I think her IndyCar stats are exactly why she will never perform well in NASCAR. It took her 5 years to get good at keeping a high downforce, low weight car, with big fat tires pointed in the right direction. When you look at NASCAR you have low downforce (maybe 1/20 of an open wheeler's), twice the weight, and narrow hard tires. All she is doing by trying to run both series is ruining her chances at either one. I told my friends when she was in her second season, that I thought she would win 2-3 IndyCar races during her career, and they would ALL be fuel mileage. Now that her weight advantage has been erased, I'm not sure she'll even get the second one.
I always forget to mention Ashley force. You are right. There is REAL talent. She is drop dead gorgeous. She smiles constantly. And she is humble in victory AND defeat. I'm not sure how she would fare in stock cars though.
The lack of turning experience would be a huge learning curve. But then again Cup cars only have 1/10th the power. And they are much slower than her current ride. I would like to see her give it a shot.
Mar 30th 2010 2:32PM @ Bob:
I, too, wonder why Americans seem to fair so poorly in open wheel cars. I guess it is probably the lack of interest in road racing from a fan's point of view. As most European and Asian development series takes place on road courses, and most American development is on ovals. But that is just pure speculation. I find it hard to believe that we CAN'T compete in lightweight, high downforce cars. We can beat anyone senseless in a heavy, low downforce car.
Thank you. I have to say that I kind of like having JPM in NASCAR. Yeah he is aggressive and expects preferential treatment. But he IS unarguably one of the greatest driverson the planet. And he can barely compete in NASCAR. He isn't even a real threat on a road course. Granted his ONLY win came at Sonoma, but even that was a pit strategy/fuel mileage win. I thought his presence would give NASCAR some credibility on the world motorsports stage.
I would listen to you on your soapbox. All of your comments are thoughtful, informed, and well written. :-)
Mar 30th 2010 8:39AM @reddog:
Yes, because the Eagles couldn't have possibly found a better QB in the past decade. And EVERY other player on the team is just a BUM that is being carried by McNabb.
It sounds to me like you are a McNabb groupie, and not very realistic about the actuality of his career. Yes he is a GOOD QB, but the history shows that he chokes under pressure. And the more pressure he is under, the more likely he is to choke.