Dec 16th 2010 9:49PM Really a thief is perhaps the lowest form of life there is? Truthfully I would bet that most people have stolen something in their lives, they just wont admit it. Hate on the other hand it much worse. Mel's hatred is the kind of hate that could lead to much worse. His hate is the kind of hate that fuels murderers and rapists.
Jun 24th 2010 9:16AM hey J,
I really am impressed with your music library could you burn me a CD of your faves? Oh wait, you cant do that with your nabster library because its not really yours to keep. That why some people don't go for that option. I want to OWN my music not borrow it.
May 3rd 2010 8:08AM Shelly 5-03-2010 @ 7:52AM
Ok, am I the only one who noticed the her tunic had buttons sometimes and not others? I am a bit confused. Is this really the same dress?
it said her black dress, was designed to be worn both frontward and backward and as an open tunic. So one side had buttons the other did not
May 3rd 2010 8:06AM Nicole 5-03-2010 @ 7:56AM
i got to admit she was very creative but dont you think its a little gross to wear the same dress for the whole year
It said she had 7 identical dresses that she could rotate ( and clean between wearings)
Apr 11th 2010 5:21PM The only implant she ever needed was a brain implant.
Mar 28th 2010 9:43PM Wow Johnny you won't let your daughter watch because you don't want her to see a lesbian...Betcha dont like blacks or mexicans either....
Jan 21st 2010 1:13PM Lighten up everybody (no pun intended) These dresses are meant to be statement pieces, consider them sculpture that can be worn. They are not designed to be sold at forever 21 or the gap, they are art pieces!
Jan 5th 2010 8:31PM Hey Sandy if you cant afford to tip more than 10% don't eat out out, or order one less appetizer so you can leave a decent tip.
I love how people use the economy to be cheap
Jan 5th 2010 8:26PM George Earl said...
"Rude" to tip less than 10%? If you eat out frequently in New York, you'll agree that many of those who wait tables--not all New York born, mind you--are not worth getting even that size tip. Tipping has become a "must-do" not what it started out being. That was "will-do-if-righly-and-politely-earned."
First of all tipping should be required as most waitstaff make way under minimum wage. In some states the salary is as low as $2.13 an hour. Also at many restaurants the waitstaff are taxed at 15% of their sales (the gov't assumes you make 15%) So if you undertip, that means the server is actually paying money out of their pocket because you were cheap. Just something to think about before you stiff someone for service that may not be their fault (backed up kitchen, overworked staff, etc)
Oct 30th 2009 3:17AM It was Ok, it could have been so much better with a different ending. It was too hollywood and didn't make sense.