Oct 13th 2009 11:58PM I think a newest data phone available similar to the iphone should be offered as the LEAST option... without having to renew a contract for 2 years. Then, I MIGHT consider keeping t-mobile...
Oct 13th 2009 11:56PM I agree.. can anyone say class action lawsuit?
Sep 3rd 2009 8:09PM Big E & Vicki--you are both idiots. The shoes they seized are fake... meaning that the people making them are placing Gucci labels on them and probably plan on selling them AS Gucci's. I love to buy things cheap. But, when you steal someone's name and market it as real, it is theft and you are being deceived. Kudos to the agents! I sure as hell wouldn't pay those prices for ANY shoes. But, if I did, I would want to make sure they are what I thought I was paying for. If you don't like their prices, don't buy their shoes! If you put your hard work into designing and selling your original ideas that is a huge success, you would think differently. As for terrorists... I think our government has kept us pretty safe so far--considering there are thousands and thousands of terrorists in the world. And, I sure haven't heard of thousands of successful attacks--which would be the case if they just roamed in and out of our country freely! So many people want to find fault with our country and those that enforce the laws. Why can't they just move to Iraq and see how happy they would be?
Jul 30th 2009 7:36PM At first, I thought, Oh my gosh, what an idiot thing for the airline to do....Then, I turned it around for a second.... What if TSA didn't confiscate the items and the new rule were to not remove toys from kids. Then, as a test, a kid is actually used to bring on a real weapon on board (which is not far fetched considering kids are used as weapons by the extremists all the time.) I am not condoning the airlines for taking away obvious toys. But, I still rather be safer than sorry. (And is it really a great idea for kids to play with fake weapons anyway?) If I felt that my child HAD to have a fake weapon, I would pack it in the checked luggage. The rule is really not THAT outrageous if you think about it. Another thought... When we fly, we are boarding someone ELSE's Multi-Million Dollar vehicle. If it were mine, I would be a bit particular with rules too... not just for the safety of YOU and YOUR family, but my own selfishness to protect my $$$ investment. So, I don't blame them. I would make some pretty strict rules too and anyone that didn't like them, wouldn't be forced to ride. If you put yourself in someone else's shoes, you see things from a totally different perspective. In the long run, everything is all about us... right?
Jul 22nd 2009 3:26PM Who Cares what her hair looks like???? I don't.
Jun 11th 2009 4:00AM Regarding cell phones and kissing:
I am 46 female and been on both sides of the fence.... a friend to some men... lover to others.. and just a friend,/confident to others.. I admire those that will turn off a ringing phone or give me complete access to thier phone... It shows honesty and trust.... But, I wouldn't expect an exclusive relationship at first kiss... first make out.. or even first sex... make a choice before you enter the make out session.. is it ok to be a one nighter? How far am I going to go? You aren't exactly going to pull out a contract on these terms.. decide before hand!! If you don't limit yourself to your own wants and desires, you are bound to be used an abused.. unless that is all you want! But, once in a MUTUAL exclusive relationship, don't EVER let them turn it off or hide that cell phone... if they do.. they are hiding something.... Trust is important... When in an intimate honestly exclusive relationship, there are no secrets.. until then... both parties are free to do whatever they wish....hide those cell phone.. and kiss like MAD... Who CARES!! This info goes out to all my guy buddies as well... don't let those gals make you think they are into an exclusive relationship if they can't show you their cell phone... common sense... duh...
Jun 11th 2009 3:33AM My first realization that my marriage was on it's way to divorce....after 10 years of infertility treatments... no romance.. trying to recreate a passionate kiss... I asked, " Did you exchange the wash into the dryer?".. hmmm. we both played it off. as oops.. but, we both knew right then.. "The laundry was done.. and so was the marriage!"
Sad ... but true.. If you can't conceive.. adopt or give up early.. is my suggestion.. taking a paper bag to the OBGYN for an injection up your ... ummm. nevermind.. is very unromantic and takes all romance from the marriage...
Jun 22nd 2008 3:30PM My husband wants to know who is under the table offering the "special services" that must come with that burger! ha