Apr 14th 2011 5:27PM Seriously! Get some good writers, problem solved. Too many people would rather watch AMC and OTL than more 'talk' or reality shows. Well, I guess that gives me more time in my day to do other stuff. AMC and OTL watcher for 30 years.
Nov 30th 2010 1:58PM I love Dancing With The Stars. It's very well produced and directed...but Skating with the stars? Seriously? What's next...Hunting with the Stars...now that might be fun to watch. And Kat...how do YOU know how whoever you're talking about's mother and family feel? It doesn't matter if he won a medal or not, the rest of you missed NY's point.
Oct 21st 2010 11:29AM First of all, Eva isn't a bimbo. She's done more for others than you will ever do. She is a loving daugher and sister.
Second, it's Mrs. Parker.
And for soread...you really should take some grammar lessons.
She still lives here in San Antonio, but works in California and has the restaurant there. She hasn't forgotten her roots.
Apr 7th 2010 6:24AM I've watched the show and get angry at the attitude of the people who are suppose to be in charge of our children's nutrition. Rather than working with Jamie, they are taking it personal, and defeating the purpose. I couldn't understand why the healthy meal he served wasn't good enough, yet, that crap of some fried sandwich, fries and an 'optional' salad was. These people should be embarassed.
Feb 9th 2010 12:54PM I think if he picks Ali, he's going to be p-whipped in the marriage.
Feb 4th 2010 11:30AM do you usually sit and watch shows that you think "suck" for three years? weird
Jan 25th 2010 12:48PM Charles Osgood reported that the British Tabloids said they split. He didn't confirm it.
Oct 22nd 2009 3:36PM taken from Wikipedia: Many details of To Kill a Mockingbird are apparently autobiographical. Like Lee, the tomboy (Scout) is the daughter of a respected small-town Alabama attorney. The plot involves a legal case, the workings of which would have been familiar to Lee, who studied law. Scout's friend Dill is supposed to have been inspired by Lee's childhood friend and neighbor, Truman Capote, while Lee is the model for a character in Capote's first novel, Other Voices, Other Rooms.
Harper Lee has downplayed autobiographical parallels. Yet Truman Capote, mentioning the character Boo Radley in To Kill a Mockingbird, described details he considered biographical:
Oct 22nd 2009 2:25PM I thought Harper Lee's character was Scout. I could be wrong...I was once ;)
Aug 26th 2009 10:35AM My mother died of a brain tumor and I find your comments not only out of line, but extremely hurtful. Who the heck are you to condem a person in such a manner? What have you done for this country? You are an insinsitve jack-ass. Let God judge, unless He's put you in charge without letting anyone know....which I doubt.