Oct 6th 2010 8:56AM The cover of I Want To Hold Your Hand was the arrangement from the movie, Across The Universe.
Apr 15th 2010 12:53PM Cordelia, what evidence points to where? Are you dismissing out of hand the "evidence" of a US State and accepting "evidence" from a non-US country that has every reason to try and undermine his presidency?
N68Firebird: If every person in uniform had the right to lay down their arms until they were convinced of something, anything, then you'd be speaking german right now.
Whether he's re-elected or not, he's the PoTUS right now. Those that we've trusted since 1789 to run our elections have deemed him worthy of the office. These few idiots (I include anyone in the Tea Party movement) are out to destroy this country based on their real and imagined prejudices.
I do hope this country can whether the storm of those that hate their country so much they'd rather see it die than work to make it better.
Nov 1st 2009 6:52AM There are a lot of reasons shows are not syndicated later. However, how many variety shows (Ed Sullivan, Sonny and Cher, The Smother's Brothers, Carol Burnett to name a few) do you see on Nick or any of the other vintage channels? It could easily have to do with getting the rights to all of the performers.
Finally, my list would put Lucy #1, Honeymooners #2 and anything else that followed would be on an altogether different, albeit lower, level.
May 8th 2009 12:31PM Actually, your argument holds no water.
If the "mainstream" media only printed what the "liberals" are up to, you wouldn't know anything about what Chaney, Rove or anyone other than a "liberal" has to say.
Mar 25th 2008 10:50AM Teddy,
Seems to me if you're winning 7-1 and you're the goalie, you certainly are entitled to "run your piehole" You are backing it up with play on the ice rather than with your fists.
Roy's an idiot as is his father.
May 3rd 2007 10:33AM 123456? That's the same password I have on my luggage!
Mel Brooks Spaceballs: The Movie
Jul 14th 2006 8:03PM President Teddy Roosevelt said it would be a seditious act to not criticize the President if one thought he was doing a bad job. Although I'm paraphrasing Mr. Roosevelt, he said the office of President makes it imperative he be held to a higher standard.
Being critical of the President and his policies does not mean one is automatically not supporting the troops. And yes, it's true, the Nazi party started with blind faith in someone.
The sensationalistic right has devalued the standards this great country was founded upon: the right to disagree.