Jul 5th 2011 1:31PM Are you living in the dark ages? That is pathetic and not ALL men think this way.
Jun 8th 2011 1:30AM Flight number 1625
Mar 22nd 2010 12:17AM It seems to me that she feels there is an entitlement because she served for 4 years.Has she tried applying for something in a field she is trained in, or is she just trying for the jobs she is not capable of doing?
Thuth is that if I am trained as an Electronic Specialist, I cant expect to get a job as a Nurse when I leave the Military just because I am a Vet.
I think we are only getting part of the story here.
Feb 13th 2010 1:50AM Love Mr A's spent Valentines there about 15 years ago. The best view and the pianist was amazing. WIll never forget the experience and the food was the best.
Feb 6th 2010 2:26AM John was Yoko's 4th husband and although her family once was wealthy, they were not when she married John.
Ono also has a daughter from a previous marriage whom she never raised and basically walked away from her husband and daughter to marry John.
Yoko was the cause of the Beatles breakup as well as a disgrace to her parents because she became too bizarre and over the top with Musicians, drugs etc... even before meeting John Lennon. She is a very selfish women who cares nothing about others and worships Money.
Jun 28th 2009 1:02PM I agree. There is a group of Business people buying foreclosed homes and giving them to needy families. Their website will be posted and completed this weekend but can be viewed now.
Its a way to give back to others who have lost so much during this time.
Oct 7th 2008 1:17AM Just for the record... OJ's kids are not Children anymore. They are both off to College and his daughter is 22 and his son is 19.
The Browns nor the Goldmans are Gold Diggers. They are both wealthy on thier own. I live very close to the Browns and they are very good people. They are very close to their Grandchildren and they took care of them well before OJ took them back.
OJ did not have a trial of all white people in the first round. There were 6 Black female jurors. Anyone who thinks he was inocent of that crime doesnt understand the true stopry, He admitted it in his own book and they had several reports that Nicole had been beat by him on many occassions.
Vengance is mine saith the Lord. OJ thought he got away with murder. Well we can see now that this isnt the case. He is finally going to pay the price. Being an Attorney I doubt he will ever see the real world again.
Jun 20th 2008 3:14AM According to an arrest affidavit filed by the U.S. Attorney's office, 35-year-old Christina Szele of Woodside, NY, "smoked in her seat; yelled obscenities and racial epithets" and later punched a male flight attendant in the face.
An FBI investigator described the incident in the affidavit filed in federal court Wednesday.
It says Szele was temporarily restrained with flex cuffs on the flight and moved to the front of the plane. When she continued to kick and scream, the flight captain made the decision to divert the plane to DIA.
The woman was arrested and taken into custody at DIA and later transferred to the Denver City Jail. She is being held with out bond.
A passenger in the seat behind her said he "heard and smelled a match strike."
Passenger David Stone wrote in a statement, "I smelled cigarette smoke, leaned forward and saw the lit cigarette in her hand."
According to the arrest affidavit, the flight attendant, Paul Whyte, told investigators he saw Szele light up a cigarette in her seat 10F, which happens to be in the exit row. So, Whyte said, he "snatched" the cigarette from her mouth and told her she was endangering the other passengers.
Whyte said Szele then started to "kick and scream." That's when Whyte put a pair of flex cuffs on her with her hands in the front and moved her to the first row of seats.
While Whyte was back talking to passengers about what happened, Szele got herself out of the flex cuffs.
When Whyte returned to the front row to put another pair of flex cuffs on Szele, she got physical and punched him with a closed fist in the left jaw.
Whyte says Szele was yelling racial epithets to him the entire time and said, "I'm going to get you." She also threatened to kill him.
According to the flight crew, Szele spent the rest of the flight "kicking the bulkhead wall in front of her and stomped on the floor."
The flight captain onboard told investigators he was informed by flight attendants they had caught a woman smoking in her seat.
Captain John Shanahan then watched the rest of the incident on the aircraft's closed circuit television system. He described to investigators that "he saw crew members holding Szele by the arms."
Shanahan then decided to divert the aircraft to Denver.
After two hours on the ground, the plane continued on to San Francisco.
Investigators questioned Szele while she was in a holding cell at the Airport Bureau of the Denver Police Department at DIA.
Szele told investigators she doesn't remember hitting anyone because she was drunk and blamed the flight crew, saying they "served her three vodka drinks."
The crew told investigators she was served only one drink.
Szele also admitted to investigators that she drank two beers at home prior to leaving for the airport.
She told the investigators she normally curses a lot and often uses the "F" word.
Szele said if she did hit someone, "he must have hurt her because she is not a violent person."
Szele faces two federal counts: interference with a flight attendant and simple assault.
Szele could get up to 20 years and up to a $250,000 fine for the interference with a flight attendant charge, and an additional six months and up to $10,000 fine for the assault charge.
The JetBlue Airways plane was on an Airbus A320 aircraft. It had a crew of five and 145 passengers