Jul 8th 2012 1:56PM 20 whole people in a backyard? Please! That's a simple barbecue. Are Jewish families persecuted this way in Arizona? No, of course not. Is the govt worried about a fire in a backyard? This is clearly a govt persecution of religion. Had he had Monday night football parities the state would have left him alone. Yet another reason to boycott Arizona.
Dec 13th 2011 11:23PM At My HOA we have a problem with Jewish people putting the religious Jewish symbol the Mesuza. They insist on it. But then they demand Christmas decorations be taken down or any Christian symbol. It is a violation of the first amendment but the HOA is afraid the Jewish residents will sue.
Oct 17th 2011 7:32PM Children under 18 cannot be contracted with. And adults who are victims of fraud can avoid the debt and have their credit restored.
It's a lot of work to clear you name but this girl and other underage teens have two things going for them (ie fraud protection and esepcially the fact that they are minors and can void these contracts).
Sep 27th 2011 5:02PM So long as she doesn't combine this with threats of harm to someone, it's protected by the First Amendment so there is nothing anyone can do about it. It's best to simply ignore people like this rather than draw more attention to them.
Sep 9th 2011 9:00PM If she bought it for just $1 she will make a profit by selling it with enough left over to pay her renovation costs. I feel badly she has cancer but that really has nothing to do with this. The bank should give her some extra time to sell it because of her medical issues but that's about it.
Jul 22nd 2011 5:13PM awww; they're like a young mini version of Brangelina
Jul 19th 2011 6:03PM Been there; the place is a dump as everyone can clearly see by the exterior. The owner looks and acts like a Jerk. Dump your cash there on overpriced drinks if you need to. Basically these sorts of guys are people who don't know how to work and get investors (parents) to fork over some cash.
Jul 14th 2011 3:58PM Just Join Blockbuster; they provide the same services as Netflix for less.
Jul 9th 2011 12:36AM This was the asthetic of her youth; I would be surprised if it was ultra modern and 2011.
I am surprised she won 3 Oscars. I recently watched "Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolf" and her performance seemed.....melodramatic, not authentic." But I suppose "that' style of acting was also the standard at the time as well. Funny. When future generations look back at our current stable of actors they will probably seem corny and outdated as well.