Mar 16th 2011 7:27PM Yeah, I mean, whacha gonna do? Your carreer is going to hell, before ya get to 30, you're a has been. Anorexia is simply a sign of mental illness. Oh, well, let me see my shrink.
Jan 24th 2011 12:17PM By your reasoning then, you are a pervert only if you engage in perverted acts? Would sexual acts in a public bathroom in a nightclub qualify? Would acts like that not be considered crimes in most jurisdictions?
Jan 24th 2011 11:19AM Ah, Steelcurtin, you could use some remedial English lessons from one of the Professor's coleagues. O.k., so you would give Big Ben Bonehead the benefit of the doubt if it had been just one unfortunate incident. But, two smilar allegations of sexual misconduct with college coed's? Then you have possible malfeasance by a cop who took the report and then resigns after an investigation? The next question is: why would the NFL suspend Bonehead (reduced from 8 games to 4 games)if it was simply a spurious charge from a golddigger? Where there is smoke, there is fire.
Jan 16th 2011 8:51AM Take it from a lifetime Dogpound fan and as of this season, a former Pitt's fan. The Bird's offense showed how without trying you can blow a 14 point lead within a few minutes of the 2nd half. I've never seen anything like that in a Playoff game, one successive turnover after another. Yet, the Balt defense not only played great, and kept their team in the game until the last minute and half, but sacked the Bane of college coed's four times. Those were great moments. All you fans of Roth-en-stien need to send thank you cards to Flacco and his offensive coordinator for that giveaway.
Jan 16th 2011 8:28AM Yeah, the Birds sure showed how to blow a 14 point lead within 5 minutes of the 3rd Qtr, three turnovers on their first play of each of their three possessions after the half? Has anyone seen that in a playoff (Playoffs?) game? Although it was great to see the Balt defense sack SnotinBurger 4 times. The offense just handed the game to Pitts. By the way, Snot dating any coeds lately?
Jan 9th 2011 2:56PM Yet, the electorate keep voting in politicians that rail against reforming healthcare, that oppose fixing social security and medicare, that have no problem increasing defense spending for wars on terror and drugs or promoting foreign intervention with the accompanying billions in foreign aid, while at the same time cutting taxes for the wealthy and corporations. Instead of insisting that government act for the welfare of its people, taxpayer money is allocated for priorities that those in power deem to be more important than those who put them in power.
Dec 9th 2010 9:39AM Wow, now I can use that kickback from the taxcut extension on something worthwhile and make my contribution to stimulating the economy.
Dec 3rd 2010 12:28PM I am a nonpracticing Catholic. Nevertheless, in spite the myth of a human concieved by a diety and its resurrection, the holiday season with the foods, music, and good will is a tradition to be treasured and enjoyed. Yet, even believers must admit that Cristmas has been commercialized
and it's religiosity been supplanted by an invented symbol of American capitalism, Santa Claus. As far as I'm concerned, that's the true secularization of this holiday of which non-believers play little part in.
Nov 27th 2010 9:01AM Yeah, 35yy, so let's make drug use illegal and that should put a stop to it. You and others of your ilk just don't get it. Prohibition has not and will not work, throw as much money and law enforcement as you want against a human activity that has its origins eons ago. Education, drug treatment, controled medication, and counseling would be a more practical and humane method than the current massive ineffective anti-drug policy that incarcerates millions and costs taxpayers billions of dollars.
Nov 27th 2010 8:45AM Huh, I agree. They need to send Willie up the river just like they did Rush Bimbaugh. This country's drug policy is just as effective as Prohibition was during the '30's. Whoopie-do.