Mar 15th 2010 9:34PM I loved the movie. The critics are all a bunch of liberals worried that the young people are going to start to sympathize with conservatives. Ridiculous. The ending is a way of saying...life is fleeting, don't waste it waiting for the right time.
Nov 4th 2009 8:27AM In re to the NY23 election. Since the Rep was still on the ballot, if someone marked the box for a straight Rep vote, did it go to her or the conservative (since she had already pulled out of the election). Hoffman is a Rep and should have been able to run on their ticket.
Sep 16th 2009 12:02PM I think the question was planned. Maybe get some sympathy and have people not so mad at him.
Aug 19th 2009 1:27PM Where was the outrage and media when on live t.v. we heard 'George Bush hates Black People'? Did concerts get canceled? Were cds pulled off the shelves? WalMart obviously thinks the majority of it's customers watch Glenn Beck and were appalled. LMAO
Aug 19th 2009 1:12PM Did a kid write this? Was there no editor involved? There are so many grammatical mistakes and misspelled names, I can only imagine how much of the content is fiction.
Nov 20th 2007 7:26PM I think the press and others are taking this too far. Maybe in Saban's small and insignificant world this was his version of a catastrophic event. It should have ended with his comment. The press is now making sure that anyone who missed it knows that they should feel offended. Let it go.
Aug 18th 2006 3:48PM As the parent of 2 students who have progressed beyond the dorm, I have to agree that most luxuries are a waste of money. Well-meaning parents are just easing their pain of having a child move away. If you plan to purchase items for your child's dorm, I would suggest you have your child make a list of what he/she feels are the necessities. Give the money to your child and let him/her decide if an iHome is worth more to them than beer.