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Jan 27th 2011 6:19PM May she rest in peace.....
And may the Funk Bros, receive their just rewards.
Aug 12th 2009 11:28AM This clearly explains why Simon's Bark is greater then his bite. May he continue to bark well !
Aug 10th 2009 9:35AM We will see Paula's name associated with several other TV Programs this fall as she is still under contract with 19 Entertainment, until the very last day of that contract. Name association is just another cheap way to Free Marketing.
Just think..how much money would she earn trying to dance with a bad back.
Paula is a professional judge and that is where she earns her best monies. Enjoy the rest of your summer, fall and winter until Paula makes her decision. But don't hold your breath waiting.
Aug 5th 2009 3:11PM ANYONE, who thinks that they are indispensible... is only fooling themselves. Paula, was offered and rejected more money then what she has earned in her career just for working one or two nights per week. Who in today's economy would not have jumped to the chance. Paula didn't and that is her personal choice. As in all professional entertainment and sports, changes are part of the industry. 19 Entertainment is no exception to that rule. They made a generous offer that offered her about a 30% raise. Again, most in this economy would have jumped to the opportunity for a mulitmillion dollar contract for 5 hours a week's work. It makes very little sense and a poor decision on Paula's part unless she has secured a job as a judge on "So You Think You Can Dance." which is also owned by 19 Entertainment. Get Smart Paula!
Aug 5th 2009 2:53PM Paula will be missed for the 1st few shows but like everything else, the planet will survive.
Paula did not get the big bucks she wanted from 19 Entertainment. Everyone else did. I don't think that Paula will attract the same kinds of money on the open market and may end up finding that she is doomed in her career as an entertainer. She should have swallowed her ego and accepted 19 Entertainment's generous offer. Some people never learn.....
Jul 24th 2009 4:02PM If you ban the Oscar Mayer Weinermobile today, then you also have to outlaw ever trailer on the highway with signage and pictures. Service and Utility trucks with signage is also a form of advertising too. Hawaii, can not pick and chose what is considered advertising on the side of a car, truck, semi, train or airplane.
Advertising is just that. An ambulance with anything other then emergency markings is also advertising. Taxi cabs also carry advertising on their sides as well. If you ban one.... you have to ban them all.
Good Luck in these economic times.
Jan 25th 2007 12:00PM Mislabel, is different than misplacing. Organic goceries are generally sold at a higher price, in relation to its higher costs.
Those who sell and buy are both willing partners in any transaction governing organic products.
Let the facts be presented to those who govern the industry and if wrong can be established then a just punishment should be haste.
Smoke screens do little to gain consumer trust and business. Walmart could easily damage its image with those consumers willing to pay more for a product labeled organic. Those consumers will go elsewhere and spend their monies for that kind of quality.