May 31st 2012 5:53PM certainly not... the potential for accidents rises. Not to mention the irresponsble ones who will drink and leave trash. As far as animal populations gettng out of control..it's a non issue as mother nature deals wth that herself.
Nov 17th 2010 7:38PM I would just like the tuckpointing contract when the ivy has destroyed all of the mortar.
Sep 15th 2010 3:22PM Her wealth is consiberably more than 350 million, She was worth that before she was born
Sep 15th 2010 3:18PM considerably more than 350 million, she inhertied that before she was born.
Sep 7th 2010 2:06AM Debbie, I would have to agree with you. I would think it very difficult to be a woman in todays society. Madison ave has ruined women. The images that are presented give a false sense of importance. I also believe that on an underlying level it has contributed to in some way some of the issues that cause rifts in relationships. Men and women have become so materialistic that we don't even see each other, only what we have and if it fits the fashion du jour. Our self worth and esteem on both sides is constantly under attack.
Sep 6th 2010 9:40PM For Debbie,
I think you are a tad presumptuous, when you say real men do not take care of themselves. I do keep myself groomed, hair cut, nails done, feet pedicured, dress well, use cologne and visit my dentist regularly. Also I have been called handsome on more than one occassion. I do this because I care about myself, and more importantly the women I choose to deal with and date appreciate it. In respect to the story.. I think it's fantastic that "Real" women are being used. We live in a society where image and veener are important, almost to the point that real people aren't real. I laud the magazine for taking this step..
Aug 11th 2010 7:29PM Walter,
Your post is the most intelligent and well thought post I've seen on here in ages. You have absolutely hit the nail on the proverbial head. People need to realize that we THE PEOPLE have to be involved and get INVOLVED in order to make any changes. People forget that government officials work for US..... Sorry I have to go... the latest reality show is premiering..... pun intended.
Mar 29th 2010 12:42AM Instead of beating them, let's humanely do it like they kill prisoners, gas them or inject them. This has gotten ridiculous, next silk will be protested due to cruelty to silk worms. Realize there is a price for everything we buy, no matter how insignificant. If that's the case oulaw leather, let's only wear rubber( tree depletion) or better yet, let's recycle all of our plastic bottles into shoes, let's see a show of hands on that one...come on people, focus on some serious issues, child education, unemployment..etc... Hell most of you complaining probably can't afford a pair of Crocodile shoes anyway.
Apr 25th 2009 5:00AM
It's a shame to see a tastefull brand reduced to common junk. LV used to represent quality and taste. Now it is common and tasteless. These "shoes" are a prime eample. That's the problem in society at large. There is no more taste and class. The ad is ridiculous,and the shoes are stupid. Can we get back to looking like gentleman, less this abhorent hip hop ossity of everything. No "Man" I know would be caught dead in this crap.