May 20th 2011 9:06PM If she personally told him face to face and through texts how she feels about him, than she is right. However she is in a business that he may think that she never got the contacts he made, and she should take into consideration that she is a pretty woman who plays nice parts like in the movie 'Just My Luck' , some people get confused and think the actors are really the way they act, and the parts they play.
Jun 16th 2007 11:44PM Can't the media ever come up with stories without telling people 'the rules', or how one must act. 5 rules for news reporters:
5. trying to use your title to push your own political agenda.
4. trying to make your article funny thinking you would be a good stand up comic.
3.trying to appear unplanned by adding comments that arent on the teleprompter.
2.thinking you are the judge and jury, just report the news, no opinions of what your personal tastes or views are.(
1.playing a certain part to make it look like the media has different views. example- making believe you are a liberal, or conservative when its really the network telling you what part you will be acting on your show.
Oct 6th 2006 3:16PM I think mullets look good, so mind your business
Jun 2nd 2006 2:42PM They were better how they were, just clean. that perfume shit stinks. It's probably allergenic too.
Apr 20th 2006 4:51PM The guy lives in a warehouse?(now that is cool), was in Lost Boys, Young Guns, and is still doing great parts. The guy got balls, and that's a rarity these days.