Jun 12th 2009 4:42AM I find Palin frightening as there most likely is no shortage of dead meat in Wasilla grocery stores nor a shortage of grocery stores in Wasilla. I've seen an interview with her parents where they said the moose come right into her yard. Can't she just pick up a lb. of ground beef and some Hamburger Helper like everyone else.
As for "flight attendants" and airlines in general, they may not be as frightening as Palin but the most flight I had was about 10 years ago on Southwest and I didn't enjoy the service, the turbulence or the screaming baby in the back -- seems the flight attendants could have made that flight a little better and they garnered an actual news bit after that, saying they were going to make larger passengers pay for two seats -- the whole business stinks.
Besides, Palin does look like what once was the standard for flight attendants (not the goofy pack of rodents on airlines now) she might have been flattered and left it at that.
The media is retarded when they attack Letterman for every little thing he says. If they did it in any intelligent sort of way, people might not complain so much about the media. Sooo tired of every banana republicant feeling they have to militantly review every word uttered by known democrats and vice versa. It makes politics boring. Problem is, I'm not sure there's another country on the planet that could come close to approaching the quality which just barely scrapes in at satisfactory.
Mar 11th 2009 10:02PM Just a note, what the AOL teaser headline said about Dolly Parton wearing a "push-up" bra is kind of doubtful as "push-up" bras are generally to push up "a little" to make it look like "a lot". I'm guessing Ms. Parton wears a "support" bra that quite possibly does serve to "push up" her considerable assets, but would probably not be a "push-up bra" in the traditional sense of the words.
Ms. Parton is beautiful regardless of cup size, both inside and out and we love to hear from her and about her regardless of whether her breasts are mentioned.
Mar 8th 2009 11:37PM Serious depression symptoms can start that easily. A lot of times, folks don't know it's the start of something more serious when it begins because they don't notice anything particularly different from other times they've been sad.
1. St. John's Wort can seriously stop you from crying in a couple of minutes, its over-the-counter and at most drug stores and grocery stores.
2. MARIJUANA CAUSES DEPRESSION. Dr. Sanjay Gupta said so on CNN. Avoiding pot could go a long way to curing a lot of people's depression.
Mar 8th 2009 11:22PM Prince Charles is so handsome and he does dress so very nicely -- he's also so married -- =(
Sep 9th 2008 9:03PM CNN has put out some news reports about smoking pot and depression. If you're a habitual pot smoker and can't understand why you're depressed, do some googles or check CNN.com for more info.
Laying off the pot and looking into "mood lifters" like St. John's Wort and SamE at any drug store and most grocery stores can be a BIG help.
If over the counter mood lifters don't solve your depression problems, be sure to go to a doctor. Try to control the kinds of people who have access to you, if they make you depressed, ask them to back off, or back away from them.
Feb 2nd 2008 6:41PM For me, it's not about who can beat McCain, because I like McCain and if by some odd chance his running mate turns out to be Joe Lieberman he's got a good chance of getting my vote.
That being said, the only Democrat that's got a chance of getting my vote is Hillary, especially if her running mate turns out to be Joe Lieberman! -- GIRLS RULE! Obama is a chauvinist!
Jan 19th 2008 10:20AM A few supportive comments:
1. Many actors are quirky, Tom Cruise does it within the bounds of the law and human decency. There's no shame in that.
2. Most every religion on the planet believes they have something helpful to contribute to the human race. Scientology apparently is one of those religions. There's nothing wrong with that, though some of their methods may be unfamiliar to many.
3. Tom Cruise was once criticized for sharing his belief that depressed people should not take antidepressants and this was attributed to his Scientology beliefs. I have personally contacted Scientology regarding this matter and, apparently it is not the wish of Scientology or Tom Cruise that depressed people stay depressed only that people do not use "mind altering" drugs such as prescriptive antidepressants. Apparently many scientologist physicians recommend over-the-counter herbal supplements and "mood lifters" for depression such as St. John's Wort and Sam-E as well as mood improving vitamins like B vitamins.
He may not have seemed precisely sympathetic when he recommended to Brooke Shields that she not take prescription medications for depression, but he did mean well. Many churches in the US do not approve of antidepressant prescription drugs while whole-heartedly approving vitamin and herbal supplements -- it's not just Tom Cruise and it's not just Scientology.
Again, most religions are there to help and I think it's a good thing that they are available for the masses to access them, including Scientology. Also, the current fervor to remove any religious related objects from public places like removing the 10 commandments from a courthouse in Alabama and firing the judge who presided there is SICKENING NONSENSE especially because anyone who breaks any one of the 10 commandments can easily get jail time or a nasty lawsuit - they are more relevant today than ever especially with rising crime rates and celebrity incarcerations. People need to know about them and have access to them easily.
Many other religious scriptures including the Koran have detailed descriptions about laws that have been in effect for Millenia and are still on the books. Dissing religions and their scriptures is not a good or progressive activity.
Jan 19th 2008 9:47AM I think Ms. Spears has been under EXCESSIVE stress over the last few years and needs rest and needs to see her children.
What she does not need is her backstabbing, hateful ex-husband dissing her constantly in the press or his vicious pack animal lawyers hounding her in the press and making mountains into mole hills. The judge is way out of line in denying her access to her children and that certainly doesn't help her mental state either.
This woman has a great record since she was a kid, working superlatively in the music industry and yes, like Trump, it is sad when it really appears the world is against her, especially catty media and her own sister and so-called friends.
She's not entirely crazy yet, though it appears her ex-husband would drive her to it if he could, out partying with Paris Hilton and sending body guards to pick the kids up. He's a low life and treating the mother of his children so disgracefully shows what a wise decision the divorce most likely was.
I hope she gains access to her kids soon and finds some genuine moral support from real friends and that her sister learns the old saying "blood is thicker than water." Must be great to be 16 years old and know everything already.
Dec 28th 2007 7:44AM Perhaps Governor Schwarzenegger should ask the folks at NASA to divert some of their funds and technology to fighting the constant forest fires that go unchecked for so long and obviously raise the temperature enough to cause global warming. Cloud seeding and a rocket-propelled or jet-propelled large chunk of the omnipresent melting polar ice might help solve his problems better than beating up Bush about it.
Dec 28th 2007 7:38AM It is news to me that Obama is a Christian. Apparently the rumor mill got it wrong. I do think he is a chauvinist though, regardless of his religion.