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Jan 25th 2012 1:51PM Baxter, you are absolutely right. It sounds like the cruise business is not going to let a good disaster go to waste. Next thing you know they will have TSA thugs assaulting passengers as they board the ships.
Aug 8th 2011 11:54PM This is an excellent germ fighting strategy as long as you don't forget to flush when finished washing your feet. Be sure to close the lid when flushing so nothing splashes into your face, nose, eyes or mouth.
Jul 27th 2011 9:03PM Thank you, Maria, for saying exactly what I was thinking. Silly people who give silly names to their kids in the interest of being cool, hip, fashionable, etc. don't seem to realize (or care) that the poor kid is going to have to live with it for the rest of his/her life, or until s/he convinces a judge to change it for him.
Jul 26th 2011 9:51PM This "style transformation" isn't "edgy and tough", it's cheap and tragic. She's just the most recent in a long line of young girls being run through the show biz mill while her handlers can still turn a quick buck exploiting her looks.
May 19th 2011 11:54PM Arnold, you're a putz.
May 7th 2011 11:30PM She reminds me of Elton John in 1973, but with little boobs.
May 7th 2011 10:51AM They are a couple of washed up has-beens doing anything to grab some attention. I recommend two things for them to do:
1. (Mom) Sue the plastic surgeon who did that to your face.
2. (Both) Move on, get a life.
May 4th 2011 11:38PM I like this house for a number of reasons, the most important of which is this: It is unique without being silly. I'd even say it is classy. To those who say it is dated, I say compared to what? Your white-washed, cookie cutter McMansion in the burbs? No, this one is very nicely done. 42 million might be a little high, but ...
Feb 21st 2011 12:08AM Movin' up, are ya'?
Feb 20th 2011 7:55PM It looks abandoned and like it's been lived in by squatters. The furnishings look like they came from a flea market. No accounting for taste, I guess.
2 mil doesn't buy much anymore, does it?