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Feb 17th 2012 10:12PM Peter should be ashamed. Ashamed!!
How dare you do this to your Mother. She's the reason you're alive.
If I was financially able, I would invite your Mom to stay in my home in Florida. She should sue you for the house and emotional distress, take the house back, live on the money, what's left should go to Jack. You should get squat, jackass!!!
Jun 14th 2011 8:40PM My Brother had a 98 Maxima he called Maxine.
I just bought a 2011 Chrysler 300 Limited. It's such an amazing car. It's Billet Silver, I call it my "Silver Star" 300
Sep 27th 2010 10:23PM I dream of having a robot to not only vacuum the floors, but, wash my car! Push a button, let it outside and voila, sparkling and shiny!!
Mar 25th 2010 6:02PM This is the 1st, but, not last time I'll check out Travel Talk. It's great!!! Keep up the good work.
Aug 19th 2007 4:50PM Pete C, if you bothered to click on the rules and actually read them, you'd see it state US Residents only! I copied and pasted from the rules so you wouldn't have to check, though you should to see for your self. Get a grip.
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Apr 15th 2007 10:24PM I really don't watch Idol. Since Jeniffer Hudson won a Golden Globe and an Oscar, I've been following the press about the show. Except for Paula Abdul, the judges are arrogant, pompous jackasses. If you do a bit of research you'll find that the "Winners" have gone on to obscurity and the "Losers" have gone on to great things. Jeniffer Hudson is a prime example. I really hate to compare the Idol judging to the American Electoral College, but, in popular voting, Bush lost. At this time THE AMERICAN PUBLIC thinks Sanjaya is the winner! I've watched a couple of shows and think he's extremely entertaining, has a great voice and knows how to work the camera. So what if he changes his hair styles. He's an entertainer. To paraphrase one of Frank Sinatra's songs. "He's doing it HIS way!"