Jul 11th 2011 7:18PM Show me the pictures -- maybe then I can comment knowledgeably.
Feb 1st 2011 3:22PM "looks that are more incredulous than en vogue" -- I think you mean "incredible" [not believable] rather than "incredulous" [not believing]. But then, you're a fashion writer . . . .
Oct 8th 2010 11:24PM Says it's an old "carriage house." In the exterior front view, it looks more like an old fire house: one garage door [for the fire engine]; five floors, some for firefighter sleeping and eating quarters, some to allow for hanging hoses, etc.
True or false?
I think it's a good way to use such a structure as a house, especially the heavy-duty elevator.
Mar 27th 2010 3:24PM " . . .if a studio can release a film on DVD/Blu-ray more than once, they absolutely will." And if an egg can fall onto your shoe, they will. And fool me once, shame on them; fool me twice, shame on us. And if it walks like duck and quacks like a duck, then they must be a duck. And I bought an apple, but they were rotten. "A studio" is one; "they" is more than one.
Mar 14th 2010 2:43PM " . . . she is one of less than 50 Certified Applied Animal Behaviorists" should read "one of fewer than." Count nouns vs. mass nouns: less gas, not fewer gas; less sugar, not fewer sugar; and fewer than fifty. Why are you people allowed to write without passing the license test?
Dec 25th 2009 1:13PM It's not a bazooka [a rocket launcher]; a simple cannon.
Mar 15th 2009 7:37PM Have your spouse/lover shave your pubic hair as part of your foreplay routine.
Aug 29th 2008 8:09PM "You meet someone new. They look good . . . they sound good . . . they have plenty of potential . . . . Their lip locking abilities . . . . they can't kiss . . . ." They? They? How many of these people are there? Did you meet them at something called "Orgies R Us?"