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Sep 18th 2012 12:31AM LOL The size of Michael Kors baggage? Really?
Jul 11th 2012 10:42PM He's not a cop; he's a code enforcement officer~HUGE difference.
Jul 3rd 2012 4:00AM Pfft! You would not catch me anywhere near water with orcas in it. They are WAY too intelligent for my taste. I'd be sitting in my car on dry land with the doors locked, hoping none of the orcas had a slim jim.
Dec 15th 2010 3:58AM As a former police detective who specialized in sex crimes and crimes against children, I'm no longer interested in political correctness, I want MY child to find a mom with children and ask for help. There's never a cop around when you need one~ha!~and LOTS of businesses hire registered sex offenders (I shudder to think of my blue eyed, blond haired, gorgeous six year old daughter approaching a mall employee who just happens to also be a registered sex offender and saying, "I'm lost; can you help me?") When my daughter's life is at stake, I don't care WHO is offended.
Oct 28th 2009 1:33PM SDHedges, if you filed a false report and had a warrant issued for your arrest, you ARE a criminal.
Jun 4th 2009 1:22PM I love Starbucks cappuccino & frappuccino. Having lived in Europe for 9 years, I was happy to find a local place serving "real" cappuccino. (Have you tried McDonalds speciality coffees? Eeeeew!) Starbucks COFFEE I'm not so fond of (it tastes bitter & burnt to me & I've had my share of strong brewed European coffee, so I don't think it's just me.) As far as Starbucks employees are concerned, I like them. There are 5 Starbucks stores within 4 miles of my house (yes, I do have a Starbucks Gold Card LOL,) and with the exception of a manager at a non-Starbucks owned store (inside a book store,) every employee I've ever come into contact with has been friendly, cheerful & helpful. I've never seen anyone even vaguely punk working there, although some of the customers are a touch "punkish." I don't find Starbucks snobbish, but that may just be me because some people percieve Saks that way, whereas I don't. Little side note to speed5984~of course you're entittled to your opinion just like everyone else, but for someone with such a high power job, you sure seem to have a lot of time to troll the Internet. Much love to all the Starbucks baristas! :-)
May 15th 2009 7:01PM Ok, Shane is a jackass. I would have arrested him as well.
Apr 25th 2009 8:35PM News for whatever youngster wrote this article~stirrup pants did not "hit the market the first time, back in the 80's". I wore stirrup pants growing up in the sixties & I'm thinking they were around in the 50s if not the 40s as well.
Mar 6th 2009 1:17PM Contact a recruiter, Dan; they've changed the age limit.
Mar 6th 2009 1:15PM Not any more. They're desperate for recruits and have changed the age limit. They also accept overweight recruits and gang members. The military is not what it used to be.