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Jul 28th 2011 3:27PM Aren't the Kardashians a malevolent race of extraterrestrians from the Alpha Quadrant? Maybe, considering the Kardahians, the Ottoman Empire had it right
Jul 18th 2011 2:34PM Cracks me up. I'm sitting here wearing a 'South of the Border' t-shirt
Jul 16th 2011 9:38AM Geeesh - old news. Marshall McCluhan first made these observations about TV in the late 1940's and throughout his life
Jun 24th 2011 5:23PM too funny - that was my first thought also
Apr 22nd 2011 9:39AM This was Eric Trump's, Donalds son's event. Seinfeld is a scmuck. As for political cheap shots he was at the elbow of and laughing at 'sir Pauls' snipe at our past president's inability to read to our current president in the White House . W's wife was a librarian by the way. Seinfeld rigteouness is pretty weak
Apr 5th 2011 8:52PM i don't get the casting - sharon tate was attractive
Feb 4th 2011 4:26PM Her lega are too skinny and her jaw is too long. Her poses are gawky. She's more ordinary than many of my friends
Jan 24th 2011 2:51AM RIGHTY-O - That was part of their observation. They as firefighters had uniforms and a 'hero' personna, but cops seemed to do better with the ladies. They did some casual research and dicovered the 'smell thing;' coffee and donuts. They had several fragrances. Jelly donut attracted very aggressive women. It was around 1996. ?I misspelled the guy's name; it was Bobby Amirillo. I found that women liked the cinnamon crumb and gave it out for X-mass. My friends also related that it got kudos. This article prompted me to search ot out, but I can't find it.
Jan 23rd 2011 9:28PM It was a Ventura County firefighter Bobby Amamillo. Cinnamon Crumb was his best seller. I can't find it now
Jan 23rd 2011 9:11PM Some years ago after noticing how women reacted to police officers several firefighters in Oxnard California produced a 'COFFEE & DONUT cologne