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Oct 28th 2010 3:57PM I think you need to pay attention. The article states that someone in the cabin has to be celebrating their birthday during the cruise and the cruise dates are Nov 14-Dec 19.
Oct 28th 2010 2:57PM What good is that? My birthday is Nov. 4- not the 14th through Dec. 19th. I wouldn't be celebrating my birthday 10 days later than it is. So why is the headline "Got a Nov/Dec birthday? Cruise Free. Yeah right!
Mar 31st 2010 9:19PM I'm sorry to say, I can't tolerate her as a spokesperson. I find absolutely nothing likable or memorable about her "Flo" character.
Each and every time I see one of her commercials, I always respond with how could they have chosen her for their spokesperson? I am sorry and don't mean to offend, but that's just my opinion.
Nov 26th 2006 6:43PM I too would not be able to eat something so "foreign"
What is normal food in The United States is just that.
Many foreign countries rely on what is available to eat just like we do here. Some countries consider beetles and bugs delicacies,some eat bats, monkey brains,etc. and that's how their people survived because that was what was available. I believe in Vietnam, dog is considered food. Yes, we gag at what is considered food in other countries, but i'm sure when these people come here they do too at our food supply.