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Mar 16th 2009 6:53PM To Mark- Your good riddance comment was pathetic. Are you in need of attention? I doubt that anyone of your nature will be missed. No one will even remember you with a nasty comment. You're a nothing.
Dec 23rd 2008 4:13PM When two accomplices commit a crime, that results in the death of the victim, they are both charged with murder.
When a white collar crime results in the death of a victim(s), should the perpetrator(s) be any less guilty?
Oct 15th 2008 6:41PM Racist? Heeellll no. My sistas man is italian. He talk dat
Feb 1st 2008 3:53PM The flight attendants solution wasobviously not serious nor a practical solution, since two adults cannot share one seatbelt.
Since larger people, whether they are overweight or very tall or exceed the parameters of maximum size that the seat was engineered for, fall into a separate "class" of passenger. People who require more comfort travel first class. Then there is "business class". Perhaps a section designed for larger, not necessarily overweight travellers (how about & 7' basketball players?) could be created. This could not be considered a "fat tax". Seats for undersized people could be engineered , too, thereby fitting the same number of passengers into the same space. They could call it something benign like" special seating".
Nov 27th 2007 1:22PM In 1976, I drove from Las Vegas to Marlboro, N.Y. in 2 1/2 days. However, becoming impatient, I drove the final 1,000 miles straight through, with the help of stimulants, never stopping except for gas when I obviously took a bathroom break. I never let the speedometer drop under 75 mph. It took me 24 hours. Even 30 years later, with better highways etc., it seems like an impossible feat. I would not believe it without serious documentation.
Jun 7th 2007 9:24AM " Phil, as my personal trainer, you could at least slip me a beer during these press d..n conferences."
Oct 27th 2006 12:14PM I am a non cigarette smoker, who feels that in my 60 years in this country, we have lost too many rights.
I think that these are great hotel chains and the Marriott Rewards credit card is among the best, HOWEVER, I will no longer patronize these hotels or any BUSINESS that choose to diminish personal freedoms of ANY kind.
There are ways to accommodate smokers. They choose not to because of economic reasons not to protect the health of non smokers.
This loss of personal freedoms has to stop somewhere and it may as well be here.