Dec 21st 2009 9:58PM it's so sad, we live in world that would rather blame the victims. This woman't only guilt is being the wife and mother for a famous man. Perhaps if the tables were turned...
Sep 15th 2009 9:14PM You just couldn't help but like this guy. He was great for the business and a devoted family man. I go all the way back to Youngblood, Roadhouse, Dirty dancing, so what if they weren't Oscars, they were the legacy of a great actor and you couldn't watch them enough. I'm so bummed he's gone. God bless his wife and family, friends and all his fans. We lost a good one! I guess God has one of his favorite angels helping him now.
Aug 15th 2009 2:09AM Well Pete Rose did a hell of a lot less, shouldn't he have opportunity to go to the hall of fame, or is it he shouldn't be forgiven because he is white?
Aug 14th 2009 10:43AM It's about freedom and being an American. I don't get the tatoo craze, I don't like it, most of em' just turn green. But it's a persons right! They laughed at us when we wore jumbo bell bottoms. But at least it was easy to change pants.
Apr 16th 2009 8:29PM I think country has picked up the slack for rock and roll,I like both. Rock hasn't been around much since the early 90's. So I guess country is getting a jolt of pop and rock. Cute faces, sexy videos and so on. Gretchen Wilson looked liked she would give country a boost a few years ago, but since the fad now is winners from American Idol I guess that's the direction of the industryAll I can say is God bless Jackson, Paisley and Strait that keep the true country sound alive. John Rich has cut some good ole love America songs too. It's about variety and you can always change the channel. When it comes to the awards, just ask Toby Kieth for an honest answer. He's still out there singin' country but the award givers won't give him credit, and Toby is a true country singer. Times are always changing, that's why I rely on my MP3 to get it right. The fads will always be there, what's next? Jumbo Bell bottoms again?
Dec 16th 2008 1:39PM I suppose this might work, but believe it or not I dropped my phone (LG8300) three times in my dogs water dish. Yes, you would think once would be a lesson, long story. Like all electronics, never try to see if they work right away. I removed the battery instantly, took an air hose that was mounted in the cab of my truck and gave it a good light drying. You can do this with a pc air cleaner also, or simply just shake the access water from the phone. I placed it on my dashboard along with the battery for about 4 hours in the sunlight. Worked everytime and I never lost anything. About a year later I had connection problems with the phone and took it to Verizon for free replacement. She said it had a little corrosion in the battery contacts. I just smiled...