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Feb 24th 2013 7:12PM The whole things smacks of opportunism. If the person consented to the spanking, its not assault. Some folks engage in that kind of thing for kicks. Others, perhaps see a lawsuit. In any event, the person who got spanked could have said 'no' and there is no indication that Ron would have physically assaulted him. Its also a bit goofy it happened outside of the residence, at Ron's store. And if Ron did it, he's just plain stupid, whether it is a crime or not. He should have known better and conducted himself better.
Jun 15th 2011 12:27PM Its a shame for all involved. And yes, it does take two. It takes two in a marriage. We've seen alot of discussion about many aspects of this soap opera. However I do not recall seeing any discussion on the issues of sex in a marriage. Typical puritimism. Women often lose interest in their husbands and in attending to their husbands sexual needs. Regrettably, nature is such that many husbands do not. Often times married women stop being there for their husbands on an intimate base, and many husbands need that level of intimacy. Its unfortunate but needs to be discussed. Perhaps if this couple were talking more about their needs and making an effort to work something out, Arnold would not needed to be looking elsewhere.
May 17th 2011 11:29PM Is it your place to judge???? How many of us got married,...only to find out afterwards that our mate pulled a bait and switch? Having sex before the marriage but refusing to participate sexually in the marriage? How do we know if Arnold was just doing what came naturally, while his Kennedy wife was doing whatever she wanted to do? Does getting married mean giving up sex if our mate makes that choice for himself/herself? We don't really know.
May 17th 2011 11:24PM ....perhaps maria was so busy being a kennedy she wasn't taking care of business at home???
Feb 22nd 2011 9:34PM Uhhh, Ben Franklin never said such a thing.
Feb 22nd 2011 9:32PM Uhhh, note from the doctor??? Yeah, the terrorists will never figure that one out and involve a doctor in their scheme. What a moron!
Feb 22nd 2011 9:29PM Move along folks,...no story here at all. Get over it and move along. Everything is as it should be. This is no different than anything else. We all have choices in life. This representative chose to find a different manner of transportation - certainly her right. Those who chose to fly, should be prepared to submit to security to safeguard the rest of us. If ya don't like it, you have plenty of choices....drive, bike, take the train, take a cab, charter a private plane, don't travel, etc. There is no reason to feel that anyone is so supreme or so privileged that the rest of us should be subject to risk that can be minimized. With all the privileges and prosperity this society enjoys, it is such a disappointment to see so many spoiled and self centered people!
Feb 16th 2011 2:17AM Are you serious, Terence? So just how many titles has he won? A great talent and a great player, for sure. But clear MVP,...and of all sporting world? Dude you are seriously deranged. He's not even the clear MVP of BB. This guy would have a hard time playing European style BB, or any place where refs called fouls on stars who attack the basket.
Feb 15th 2011 9:46PM Geez,...when is enough enough already? He's great, but zero loyalty, as is the case with so many professional athletes. What I'd love to see is a system where a bunch of money gets put in a pot - say a % of the team's gross revenues - and then the players divide up that money according to standards they set. Obviously, the better players and players with service time would get more, but the important thing is that it would be set by the players and it would take the owners OUT of this annual silliness!
Jan 10th 2011 7:17PM As they say in Forrest Gump,...stupid is as stupid does