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Jun 26th 2011 12:17PM Unfortunately "Skip" birds ARE killed for their fine feathers. It is a shameful waste of lives just for vanity. So many birds were killed for feathers during rhe late 19th century and early 20th century that there was a backlash among women who objected to the kiiling of birds for feathers and the feather-less hats they wore became "Audobon hats" in honor of James J. Audobon, who painted all the magnificent paintings of endangered and other birds.
Jun 24th 2010 12:16PM to SHaron- "we killed thousands of Japanese for NO REASON, ETC". Are you crazy????? Do you anything about WWII? The vilest atrocities were committed by them on an hourly basis. Sneaky,vicious ---remember Dec. 7 and learn before you open your big ignorant mouth......
May 16th 2010 9:59PM Absolutely right Lee! Smooth talking con men, all of them. Fast talkers, liars, and thieves. If anyone thinks they got a good deal from them, take it for an independent appraisal and see what you really got. Take seminars at a museum if you want to learn art appreciation, or read books. Obviously you can't "learn" from someone who is desperately trying to get you to buy something! I think the positive comments here were placed by Park. Good riddance! It would be refreshing if Art Actually was honest.
Dec 13th 2009 4:02PM Having seen a couture dress especially made for sjp, it is a cold fact that she has little more than nipples. also, if you look at the casual shot, her face has DEEP wrinkles- she looks like a canyon map
Nov 2nd 2007 11:13AM A few years ago (before 9/11) I was returning from London to NYC on American and at the beginning of the line, the attendant said they were looking to take 20 people off the flight. They offered $1,000 voucher, a night at airport hotel, dinner voucher, trans. to the terminal. I found out later it was for cargo, since they asked our weight. I took it and flew free, with no hassles, for a while. Maybe that was the old days........:)