Apr 21st 2010 9:11PM I have to agree with an earlier post - this is some of the stupidest financial advice ever! I think the best financial advisor hands down is Dave Ramsey, who recommends that you NEVER co-sign a loan for anyone, you stay far, far away from debt consolidators and credit card companies (read "crooks") and you learn to spend less than you earn - a concept which Congress and the White House will never understand.
Mar 27th 2010 2:45PM why have a credit card at all? There is no credit card company anywhere which really has the consumer's best interest at heart...they exist for one purpose only - to make money off of you!! Manage you income wisely, save your money, pay cash for your purchases and invest to better your own financial future, not the future of idiots like the Bank of America executives (AKA crooks!), who almost took the USA down a year ago, and who will do the same thing again,given the chance. They are driven solely by greed. If you feel you alslolutely must have a credit card, your local community credit union or bank is much more interested in your financial well-being than some corporate behemoth who doesn't give a rat's ass about you.
Aug 14th 2009 6:37PM The only time I'll be watching the Eagles is if they elect to torture Vick as the halftime entertainment. Cruelty to animals is NOT a "mistake!" Its a conscious decision. This freak, thanks to the Eagles management team, is once again going to be making a fortune and will be hailed as a "sports hero." Is this really the kind of person you want your children to look up to??????
Aug 7th 2009 10:42AM Why do you continuously allow people to post "ads" on your website? There is a huge difference between posting an opinion (isn't that what your website is for??) and allowing someone to publicly list a site with the intention of selling, advertising, or distributing a product or service. Many of these ads are worthless sleaze - hardly something you would want your name connected with, and yet there it is - occuring daily - on YOUR website! What kind of policies do you have in effect to control this misuse of the Internet?
Apr 23rd 2009 1:24PM She's ugly and unfunny...a bad mix in show biz.
Oct 15th 2008 10:58AM I would absolutely NOT have allowed my child to attend the wedding, and it has nothing to do with same sex marriage. I personally don't care if the teacher chooses to marry, but something as personal as a wedding (which focuses on the couple) has nothing to do with a planned educational curriculum, which in any given day would likely include components of reading, math, science, history, art, music, P.E. etc. Even considering this alledged field trip a component of a "social studies" curriculum is a huge stretch. The school day puts the focus on the children. A personal event - such as a wedding - puts the focus on the couple involved. It would have been appropriate, if the teacher desired, to invite the children and their parents to a weekend wedding. Why interrupt the school day for a personal event? I think the teacher was stroking her own ego by insuring the adulation she would receive from her class being present..