Mar 1st 2011 12:00AM I never even watched the program, nor did I follow poor Charlie. Now he's in my face everyday. And, from what I heard and read, he's not such a fine, upstanding citizen. He's the epitome of Hollywood gone bad. His morals are nil, and he's a despicable human being. Maybe he'll wind up as a cell mate to Ms. Lohan.... LOL.
Jun 2nd 2010 4:26AM Digi, why don't you purcahse a new heart. It seems like your old one has no emotion. Calling this accomplished human being a "broad" show where your non-functioning heart and mindless being lie. And while you're getting that new heart, you might as well purchase a dictionary also. Spelling by phonetics is for children. You are the "pethetic" (sic) miscreant here.
May 5th 2010 11:12PM From what I can see, the officer descended upon a surreal scene that day. I cannot fathom how he must have felt seeing another human being in such traumatic distress. I also think the officer should have been allowed his temporary disability, and can empathize with him on that. His flashbacks must really be vivid and would definitely be a bother to anyone.
As to the owner of the chimp; I think this chain of events should serve as a dire warning to anyone harboring a wild animal as a pet. It is a very unfortunate set of circumstances that should not be allowed to occur again.
Mar 11th 2010 9:51AM All you have to do is think about the last names of Madoff ("Made off" with the money), and "Trump".... you got "Trumped." I was a victim of the Madoff scheme, but I'll be hell bent if I fall for something that the Trumpster is involved in. These creeps relied on their "good name," and both men made shit from gold.
Jan 25th 2010 1:52PM The Judge should have thrown out this waste of his/her time at its inception in court. It has no place in an overly clogged court system. The suit is about "intellectual property," and the way I see it, their are plenty of Mc's around the world. They should all get together with their peers... and all other ethnic groups... and put the kabosh on McD's right quick. What a bunch of idiots! Go get a life, Ronald.
Jan 23rd 2009 12:04PM Frank,
The Pacer looked like a fishtank on wheels. It's the furthest thing from a Pacer.
As I stated, the car has a lot of panache, and if packaged and priced right, will be a tremendous boon to the Lincoln name. Put that in your Pacer and smoke it!
Jan 23rd 2009 11:29AM Lincoln can't build this very car soon enough. It happens to be a very modern work of sculpture, and not many people will understand its raison d'etre and polarizing body skin. The automobile looks great from any angle, and it happens to be easily recognized as a Lincoln product.
Coming to work today I saw a metallic green Lexus IS350 that was the same exact color as the Concept C. I drew my eyes to it like a beautiful sea siren calling me from smooth rocks on the shore.
The smaller car concept, all in all, will be the mainstay of the future for generation X and Y'ers who can appreciate panache and something totally different from anything on the present market.
I would urge the powers that be at Ford/Lincoln Motor Company to build it with style and include a couple of different powertrains some for performance and economy. Lincoln, right now, is in the process of producing some nicely-penned automobiles. I am hopeful that the pen meets the minds of the bean counters and styling executives at Lincoln.
Mar 30th 2008 7:54AM I am a Garmin customer and would like this feature to be downloadable. Garmin, are you listening?
Aug 20th 2006 8:53AM What happened to shapes, power and individuality of the XKE? My dad owned one way back in the early 60's and I still pine for it. I'm even considering a BMW Z8 because it reminds me so much of its lines, aura and power. If Jaguar wants to compete in this market they better get on it and bring back shapely and powerful models.
When my S-Type goes in for service I get an X-Type for the day, and boy this car needs a total overhaul... strike that... I almost forgot... it's supposedly going out of production soon. Better off that way.
The 2.5 liter is so underpowered that I will only take out the 3.0, and even that is lacking.
Jaguar needs an infusion of some passion. The new XK is nice, but the front reminds me of a Ford Taurus, which has also been replaced and laid to rest. The pictures of the new S-Type show a bloated XK. I personally think Jaguar can do a lot better in the styling department. Are you guys listening?