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Sep 30th 2010 5:00PM Hey guess what Michael? Not everybody likes your singing style either. Grow up! Your dancing was terrible, admit it and go on! Not everyone can be good at everything!
May 11th 2010 8:10AM
As a gramma of 74 who has always wanted to do this, I think she is remarkable!
Mar 24th 2010 8:03AM Calling the main office and complaining doesnt help either. I am still waiting for an answer on dog food product since last fall!
And the fabric department which was fantastic has disappeared which meant almost the closure of one supplier! Do they care? No...I cannot even buy needles without going 10 miles!
Feb 4th 2010 6:55PM Thanks I have been to Mineral Point also, and found the pastys quite tasty, but not as good as those in Cornwall. I will keep Tempe in mind.
Feb 4th 2010 9:30AM Thanks for the info. unfortunately I am in Ohio...a long walk from Arizona!
Feb 3rd 2010 10:24PM As an American of British descent, I sure wish I could buy a good Cornish pasty somewhere here in the States. If anybody knows where I can get one, except in upper penisula of Michigan or my own kitchen, pls let me know!
Jan 29th 2010 8:37AM Nobody has yet mentioned that Diane Sawyer is so easy to listen to. Her voice is calming and smooth, like listening to your best friend tell you of the days' events! And yet her curiosity of the world is evident and her ability to go places we can only think about gives her credulity.
Jan 1st 2010 11:35AM this show failed because it was stupid, obscene, just plain filthy talk, ignorant, and dumb! No other reason. We have seen Jeff Dunham on tour and on trips around the country and he was always hilarious, but this was a different person! He even looks different. We took 15 minutes and turned it off! The dirty jokes dont work!
Nov 13th 2009 2:58PM My husband and I through many years of traveling made it a commitment to be the last people off the plane. That meant we made it to the luggage area after everyone else who had raced there. By traveling slowly we were not exhausted or frustrated seeking our luggage. Also by being there later we had a chance to talk with people also taking there time and staying calm.
It is truly amazing how many people you can meet standing quietly in line, walking in the park, and just strolling around looking at small shops along the way. People are always glad to talk about almost anything. It works even better if you have a dog with you!
Take a chance on the Albuquergue airport. We had some of the best Mexican food we have ever eaten there and we are still telling people about it.
Sep 24th 2009 3:16PM It appears as though the previous readers should learn how to read and actually get something from a story. Jamie is being compassionate to the survivor of this hike and they are ridiculing her efforts. I happen to know the site where the accident happened with her husband's friend and the family of the victim. I am sure that all the families of all victims suffer, but so do the survivors of a horrible event, each in their own way. And they never ever forget that it could have happened just as easily to them.