Jun 20th 2007 10:12AM i agree, i think this is ridiculous. my family, i'm talking generations, we've always struggled and if we manage to come out ahead a little bit then we know to be careful because we know what it's like to be on the other side. for any of us to spend $500+ is ridiculous. that money could be better spent on other things. My cousin however has decided that she thinks it's appropriate because it's her first daughter to spend over $4000 on her daughter's 1st birthday. i don't get it, her whole intention is to spoil her, but i think that can be done on a much smaller scale. my cousin is all about competition, and trying to prove, she better and her kids will have better than anyone else, even to family. i'm sure though, that if she could spend 50,000 shewould drop that cash in a heartbeat, just to prove that she can.
Jun 19th 2007 11:49AM i don't understand why people are getting all upset about these shoes being banned. thee shoes are inappropriate for school PERIOD. my daughter's 9 and when she was in preschool, she wasn't allowed to wear any kind of sandal or shoe where toes were exposed or things could get into the shoe, and they always had to wear socks. it's a safety precaution. i don't see what the big deal is "OMG my kid absolutely has to wear these shoes!" it's ridiculous and retarded. some work places ban open toe shoes as well, but heaven forbid they should ban some crocs....
Aug 11th 2006 3:06PM I am curious, this whole thing with the food being thrown away, does this include domestic flights? I am going to California in 6 days with an 8 yr old and a 22 month old, it's bad enough I can't bring extra water for him, that's all he pretty much drinks, but it's going to be a 7 1/2 hr trip, and since they stopped serving food on the plane, I was going to pack some. Are they just going to throw it away at the security check point? To me, if security found the explosives, then security is fine and they are doing their job, why make it worse??
Jul 7th 2006 9:01AM i love grease too, love it! my daughter when she was 4-6 would watch it ALL THE TIME, there was one summer she literally, no lie watched it at least 2x a day some days 3 some days 1 but usually 2x, and then follow w/ grease 2, but grease is her fave and mine too. as to wat ur saying about their age i'm pretty sure olivia newton-john was 17 yrs old, she was in fact the ONLY teenager. my mom would always tell me because she loved grease (and Danny Zuko, and my uncle-Olivia N-J. besides i saw a behind the music on VH1 and she was 17 yrs old. i dunno u should check ur facts a little better, i could be wrong but i've heard that many times.
Apr 26th 2006 3:30PM britney's actually pregnant again i had a feeling a couple months ago when the rumors first came out, when she would have been wat 2-3 months along, but i dismissed the rumors when only LAST MONTH she threw kevin a big birthday bash and was DRINKING. when that happened everyone pretty much said "oh well, she's not pregnant", but for it to come out that she's 4 months along, i just hope for that baby's sake that the drinking did not affect him/her. wow 2 kids 12 1/2 months apart. thank goodness for good help.
Apr 17th 2006 9:48PM exactly. u r so right. this is a movie based on A TRUE STORY, the woman who happened to be the Welfare Queen was black, so who else but a black actress should play her. it is also NOT A COMEDY, so it's not like she's promoting, scamming the system, she just portraying what someone actually did. i do understand how people get upset when black AND/OR latino actors portray these stupid stereotypical roles, but this is not one of them.