Apr 6th 2011 8:55PM Because Ashley is willing to tell about her sexual abuse, which is a very hard topic to discuss, her family is mad, well shame on them. They should be supporting her not condeming her. They should have been there for her as a child. Her sister is older then her and she was selfish and wanted her dreams first and Ashley was younger and left behind. She talked about it herself on Oprah and other shows. Her mother went from Nurse to Singer and who was taking care of the girls?
Ashley has just as much right to tell what happened to her as a child and to heal as her sister and her mother. Her mother has Hep C and the whole world knows it, so Ashley suppose to just sit in the bedroom with the boogyman outside her door and keep her mouth shut and not heal from sexual abuse. I DON'T THINK SO.
ASHLEY TELL US AND WE WILL PRAY FOR YOUR HEALING AND SUPPORT YOU IN YOUR RECOVERY. I've walked the same walk and know your pain. A sister in recovery.Deniseann
Feb 23rd 2011 7:54PM Ones love for God and how they earn their income has nothing to do with the other unless of course your a Preacher. Why can't one be an Actor and a Preacher. Only God can pass judgement on us, as the Bible states "let those without sin cast the first stone", or better yet "Those who live in Glass Houses shouldn't throw Stones." Leave the young lady alone.
Nov 29th 2010 9:54AM These recipes sound great and all but aren't very family friendly. How many Men and Children are going to eat parsnips? They want to know what their eating and be able to identify what is on their plate, even in a stew. I've been cooking since I was 9 yrs old (out of necessity) and I fed my younger siblings from 11 on my Great Grandma and Grandma taught me the basics and I adjusted them with the times and health purposes of our times. These recipes are for getting at a restaurant not on the dinner table, but thanks anyway. :)
Oct 22nd 2010 12:40PM Tom, People who buy really ugly paintings, jewelry from a movie star just because of the status of owning them are wasting money that could be used on those who need a winter coat, hot meal, bed to sleep in.
The money needed to continue studying breast cancers and other diseases doesn't come from the gov't, it comes from you and I, those willing to share what we can.
To spend money on trivial things because they belonged to a famous person or is famous for other reasons I find frivolous and sad, that someone would rather spend a fortune for something no one will ever use when there are children right here in the U.S. going to bed hungry, or going without a winter coat. Spend the money you'd use to buy STUFF and help those who need the help.
Oct 22nd 2010 10:38AM if the money wasn't going to a good cause I wouldn't be as shocked. Some of the things you see for sale out there at people will spend millions on is ridicules. You could feed an entire nation with the money some people are willing to spend on STUFF.
But this Barbie was for a good cause so Thank You to the Buyer.
Jul 20th 2010 12:09PM Someone had said he should be sent back to Austraila and that he wasn't an American Citizen. I was just pointing out that he is an American Citizen.
Jul 20th 2010 2:51AM Gibson is an American citizen, his family moved to down under when he was a kid, that doesnt'mean he's still not an American citizen. He never renounced his citizenship from what I've heard, or read. When your parents make you move you don't have a choice,now do you?
Jul 17th 2010 11:12PM I could never wear heels, not even as a teen or young adult. In the Navy we were required to wear pumps and that killed me. Try marching in a parade in full uniform for 4-5 miles with heels or pumps. I'd rather wear slippers or flats, sneakers or sandles. Every pair of heels, wedges, clogs, pumps I had I gave to my daughter when she was young to play in and the rest went to the Abused Womens Shelter, they got much better use from those ladies out there looking for jobs.
Keep you heels, pumps, If God wanted me to be taller I'd be taller and with out heels. Thank You.
Jul 17th 2010 11:05PM I have three older pets, two are rescues one was a gift from my daughter. In human years they surpass me in years. But when their time comes to meet the Lord and rest, I will be at the SPCA to adopt another pooch, but an older pooch as I am getting to old to handle a puppy and give him/her the attention a puppy needs. Besides the fact everyone wants puppies, it's the older gents and lady pooches that need to be rescued, they have the worst chance at adoption. So please everyone think of the pooch when you go to the ASPCA and adopt an older dog, he/she will probably already been house broken, spade or nutered and they need love too. Thank You for reading my post.
Jul 17th 2010 10:52PM Pamela looks good, and she's trying to show that we may be shaped different, but we all have the same parts. I've seen some really raunchy stuff on Canadian TV (parents were 1/2 Canadian) and they show more T and A then you'll see on any American TV show (for the full viewing public). So how they have a problem is beyond me