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Apr 22nd 2010 3:48PM Disneyworld turns down folks dressed to have fun and enjoy the day. Six Flags has to put up with mothers dressed in inappropriate tops and shorts showing more than anyone wants to see. This is the case of someone who was warned she could not enter the park until she had decent clothing to wear. This is someone who should know better....she had been sent home from her job to change into more appropriate clothing. She thinks she is sexy, but in fact she is an embarrassment to her young daughters.
Apr 13th 2010 6:27PM I have vacationed on a number of islands, always avoiding Las Vegas, thinking it would be too noisy, flashy, not my type of vacation. Upon visiting Las Vegas in August 2009, staying at a quiet, small hotel, The Golden Nugget. I was pleasantly surprised at how much I enjoyed my stay with my daughter and grandson. The hotel staff made us feel very welcome and were accomodating. The pool has a fascinating shark tank that appeals to adults as well as kids. If you want a vacation that will be as relaxing as you want it to be and not strain your wallet, Las Vegas offers great room rates. That said, my heart belongs in the islands, aside from the Bahamas....too commercial, and not the friendliest people. My very favorite being the Grenadine Islands.....PARADISE! I also love the BVI's, St Lucia, Contadora, Barbados, St John, Martinique, St. Martin, the Cayman Islands, Bermuda to name most of them.I I look forward to exploring many more.
Feb 18th 2010 7:32PM Philly fans have always been gracious everytime I've worn my Dallas Cowboys shirts and jackets. Been a fan many years and will always be proud to wear Cowboy gear. Eagles, Giants and Jets are fine teams but can't hold the interest of this Jersey Gal. (I miss Charles Hayes.) I love those Cowboys! Shame on TSA, unprofessional and intimadating. How about doing your job and quit making folks feel uncomfortable. You are working with the public in what can be a stressful situation, how about showing some class.
Jan 19th 2010 8:58AM Never heard of Kelis and could care less about her. Anyone who doesn't care about the welfare of animals, is a phony about caring for the welfare of humans. Let her and others like her suffer the pain and torture innocent animals endure for her/their "pleasure". Hey Kelis, furs are expensive, how about wearing WARM furless coats and donate the money you save to indigent workers that you seem to be concerned about. PETA, keep up the good work.
Oct 16th 2009 8:02AM Sorry, that selection of sofas hardly look cozy to me.. Give me a wonderful down sofa or a soft leather, then I could really get cozy. My chocolate lab, Tank, and I share a chair and a half that is also very cozy. He is a 90lb. pup who has a ritual every morning....as I come down the stairs, he jumps on the chair and 1/2 and carries on til I sit down so he can "maul" me. He thinks it's great fun, especially since my honey and I can't stop laughing. If a coffee cup is left in the cup holder of the truck, he will gently take the lid off and drink the coffee without making a mess. A day doesn't go by that he doesn't amaze us with his antics.
Sep 22nd 2009 12:10AM The real sad thing when I alerted local authorities about blantant sexual abuse, I was told parents are allowed to raise their children as they wish. I spoke with a police officer and a representative of the municipal court, I was told the same thing. Where do you go when no interest in the safety of the children is shown? Child welfare alerts the parent when an investigation is immenent. This is a very upsetting situation.
Jun 15th 2008 4:27AM The 13 years with Eastern were the best of my life. We were closer than most families, and will not ever find such dedication and good times as we shared. If you worked for Tim Daly, you were blessed. He set a wonderful example of leadership with his concern for you as a person. I loved my job as well as the times away from work with my co-workers. Working with great people in MCO Airport VPD was an unbelievable experience, as well as countless other great times.Many of us went to other airlines to work and could not find that special feeling that was shared by Eastern Air Lines employees. I was made aware of the magic of Eastern as a young teen, visiting EWR and meeting Eugene, who always had time to talk with me, no matter how busy he may have been. He made everyone feel special. I tried to do the same for Eastern passengers I came into contact with. If I had an irate passenger, the great part was showing them I cared and would do all I could to solve their problem. I still have the wonderful tribute Joe Hubbard wrote for Eastern and its employees. I have a rewarding life still, and would consider working for Eastern again, just for the feelling of helping the passengers and the unbelievable closeness of Eastern people. Flyfaire and GoGo Tours were part of our family. They made our job easy as well as fun. Eastern Air Lines was much more than a job.
Mar 3rd 2007 1:11AM I'm 65 and most people think I'm 45. The best beauty secret is don't smoke, and drink alcohol in moderation. I have always looked younger than my in-flight co-workers due to the two issues above. Also, I have used baby oil on my face and body, which has kept my skin soft and subtle.