Mar 4th 2011 7:04AM awful. this is where our society has gone? pathetic
Dec 20th 2010 9:21AM Actually, Geno, basketball fans realize that the women's version is closer to pure basketball than men's. But the undeniable fact is that folks just don't like YOU ! ! !
Nov 19th 2010 2:01PM if it's a Canadair Regional Jet (CRJ) this is a basic design flaw. I worked for a Delta subsidiary for 14 years and we had cracked windshields from the beginning - it occurs where the glass meets the metal under the cockpit windshield. Design flaw. Nearly constant occurrence. for "phillip" it CAN be an emergency if the thing shatters and explosive decompression results. So to err in the name of caution is the RESPONSIBLE thing to do. for those who have never worked for a subsidiary, there's not enough space to explain it all. And to testify before Congress would do no good, either. Anyone flying is rolling the dice, anyway, so why bother?
Nov 15th 2010 4:12PM Brett Favre. Tiger Woods. Guys who thought they were bigger than everything else. Now we add to that short list the anchors of "Today." Do you really think this was good? I've tried thrice to listen all the way to the end and cannot get through 2:01. This is about as professionally embarrassing as anything I've seen in broadcasting. Or anywhere else, for that matter.
Oct 15th 2010 12:40PM the point is well taken by JULIE - it's all about greed. My goodness, how much is enough? My wife and I have taught school for 30 years and just would really like to have a little room to relax in, financially. It's beyond comprehension that: a) we pay dumb athletes (or smart ones) millions of dollars, and; b) they LOSE it.
Oct 8th 2010 4:43PM that's CRAP - gays practice abnormal behavior - the vast, vast majority of heterosexuals should not be held at bay to avoid hurting the feelings of a tiny minority who practice abnormal behavior. That's the tail wagging the dog. It's so ... GAY ! ! ! !
Jun 10th 2010 8:51AM Hey, let's be positive. Congratulate, don't denigrate. I appreciate Brooks & Dunn (don't we all) but I surely think Sugarland was the big loser in the good-bye bonanza that has continued - it seems - for a long, long time. Anyway, congrats to all the nominees, as well as the winners, and let's all count our blessings that we have these phenomenal musicians around to grace the airwaves.
Aug 12th 2006 10:55PM In late July, 1991, I flew from Portland, Oregon, to Seattle, WA, connecting from thence to Atlanta. It was on a Delta red-eye, departing PDX about 10pm local. There was a full moon, and an unbroken cloud layer at about 10,000 feet. I was in a window seat on the right side of the ship, and looking down could see Mt. Hood, and beyond it the ruined Mt. St. Helens, and beyond it the twin peaks of Mt. Rainier all protruding from the cloud layer, bathed in spectacular moonlight. There were only 20 or so passengers on the plane, and as all the others were dozing or reading, I almost shouted out loud for them to look at one of the most remarkable things I've seen. But I realized they'd think me a crazy man, so I stuck my nose to the window, and took it all in for as long as it lasted.