Nov 24th 2011 2:40AM I am not slim and I STILL believe that if you occupy more than one seat - you need to pay for it. Pure and simple.
Jun 3rd 2011 3:06AM YES. I WOULD have thought that Arnold was less of a pig if the maid had been a beauty. I think that Maria is attractive and intelligent and has so much going for her. If Arnold had been so overwhelmed by a beauty with so much going for her - it wouldn't have made it right; but it would have been understandable. Maria was cheated on with a woman who was her inferior in every possible way. Which just goes to show the world that Arnold IS a pig. I honestly thought that he was one of the best before. NOW he is going to realise just how much credibility and respect Maria gave to him in the eyes of the world.
May 20th 2011 9:25PM I always thought that Arnold was great. I knew that he had affairs while he was engaged to Maria, but this is just unforgiveable. I thought that he could perhaps win Maria back. Now there is no chance in the world. He has lost the best thing that ever happened to him. Because Maria has actually been with him for like 35 years as they were together for 10 years prior to marriage. He used to be one of my favorite actors, but now I will have a difficult time even watching him on the screen. And the worse thing? This maid is a MAID. She wasn't even attractive when she was young. And to cheat on gorgeous Maria Shriver who is so intelligent and has so much talent - well Arnold is just a PIG now in my opinion!
May 16th 2011 6:22PM More than the Botox, I was concerned about the fact that already her mother had started waxing her daughter's pubic area so that she would possibly not have pubic hair as she matured. That is just nuts. And what is MORE NUTS is that this little girl will be 10 or 11 in 2 or 3 years. What mother goes on NATIONAL TELEVISION to announce to the world that her daughter is being waxed for this purpose??! This little girl is going to have to live with the fact that every young boy is going to tease her and know a little bit more about her than she will feel comfortable. Not to mention the pedophiles out there!
May 11th 2011 11:39PM All I can say is that I like Arnold. I really do. But if he lets Maria get away, it will be the biggest mistake of his life. She has put up with a lot of affairs and today's woman will just not tolerate this. She has done so much to boost his credibility in America. He may have to do a LOT to win her back, but I think that his life will never be the same without her. He is a SMART man. If anyone can do this, Arnold can.
May 4th 2011 6:16PM I'm very happy for Marie, but this just FLOORED me!! Didn't he write a "tell-all" book about that marriage when they got divorced??!
Mar 29th 2011 3:31PM I had the same problem with my son. My solution?? I started sending the DOG in to wake him up! It was hilarious! And my son absolutely LOVED it! He started the day by laughing instead of yelling!
Mar 9th 2011 4:14PM Charlie has BIG problems! Does he really think that ANYONE is going to INSURE his future projects? He has almost certainly killed his career.
I don't know. Maybe he is going for the insanity defense! Because Charlie Sheen is the ONLY person to whom I would say, "Dude - if you are indeed clean and sober now and acting like this? Seriously, you need to go back to the drugs!"
Charlie: Let's do a test. Make 100 calls of your fellow actors in the business. Let's see how many take your calls or return them. And if they do take your call: How many tell you that you need SERIOUS help?? My guess is that people are distancing themselves from you as much as possible! You have absolutely overnight literally TRASHED your career!
Dec 5th 2010 8:57AM I absolutely feel sad for someone who is too cheap to buy their adult children a gift, but it should go both ways! If an adult child just takes and takes and never gives anything in return, that is equally as sad.
True story: There were several times in my 20's - 40's where I even moved in with my widowed mother because I was between jobs. And when I couldn't afford nice gifts, I always helped her in some other way. For the last 10 years, I have owned an aviation company and am doing VERY well. There is NOTHING that my mother wants for. I purchase thousands in jewelry for her; nice vacations; a large screen HDTV for her; I pay her monthly cable that I set up that has every channel available; I bought her a computer and pay her high speed internet and phone bill. If she mentions ANYTHING like a book or anything, it is delivered by Amazon.com the next day - gift wrapped. I probably give my mother at least 100 gifts throughout the year. If she goes to a store fashion show, there is a $300-$500 gift certificate waiting for her.
Frankly? I could NEVER repay my mother for the faith that she showed in me when I was younger. (I am now 54 and my mother is 80.) Every time we go out to dinner or to a concert or take a trip - she is always invited.
Likewise, we have a friend that we have known for over 30 years. She is a millionaire and has one son. She receives TWO small gifts each year (under $50) from him from the same catalog for Christmas and her birthday. She gives him at least $10,000 each year - but she has always been super frugal. The only debt I have is a little left on my house - but my business, land, vehicles, planes are all paid for. My mother has a nice income herself so she doesn't NEED my gifts. However, I cannot imagine a life like our friend's. She has said over and over to my mom that she wishes that she had a daughter like me, but frankly? My mother showed me BY HER OWN EXAMPLE the TRUE meaning of love and generosity.
Sep 10th 2010 4:46PM What I think is so sad is that parents are not taking care of this problem THEMSELVES. Have they no consideration for the other patrons in restaurants? I think that if a child is crying uncontrollably for a few seconds, one of the parents should take the child OUTSIDE until they are calmed down!
There are MANY people who do not have the luxury of being able to afford to eat out in nice restaurants very often. So why should they have it ruined by a screaming child whose parents are too LAZY or inconsiderate to take their child outside? Or to leave them at HOME if this is standard conduct? Or to take them to a more child friendly restaurant?
There have been several restaurants that I will no longer visit because they allow this type of behavior.