Jun 2nd 2011 6:20PM "Wheening"? "Bobbi Kristin"? How about "weaning" and "Bobbi Kristina" instead...and while AOL is at it, try hiring writers with more than a third-grade education.
Apr 29th 2011 8:16AM Uh..."daper?" Do "journalists" not need to be able to spell anymore? Oh, that's right...this isn't journalism.
Aug 29th 2010 3:40PM Thank you for including my beloved Rottweilers. I dearly wish they weren't so badly misunderstood, especially by some of the owners. Having spent my life around dogs, hands-down I love the Rottie the most. He is both smart and loving (and I'm a sucker for the perpetual "Rottie smile").
Aug 16th 2010 4:30PM I think it's time to retire the Pine-Sol lady. Not that I think heavy people shouldn't plug products, but they're making her look more and more grotesque every time. And that new "Mayhem" guy for...I can't recall the insurance company? It's so uncomfortable to see him causing accidents and doing dangerous things. Bad idea.
Mar 17th 2010 12:37PM I care, and I'll tell you why. Because this young woman is an absolute class act. Despite television fame and real beauty, she got a college degree in mathematics, has written at least two books on math (one written with the expressed purpose of empowering girls to value their intelligence over looks), and--HELLO!--she got married and THEN got pregnant! In a world where doing things hastily and out of order is glamorized, Danica McKellar is conducting herself like a real lady.
Mar 8th 2010 9:18PM So sad for the reason that he had to put his beloved house up for sale. He and his wife moved because she is suffering from Alzheimer's. He's such a good guy, and he absolutely adores his wife and would not be separated from her, even now. The disease is a cruel thief. We should do all we can to put a stop to it.
Feb 18th 2010 3:37PM Well, I just happen to think that SHE was pretty wonderful. Lovely, graceful, gracious, gorgeous voice--a real lady. I am thankful for her everlasting contibutions to film and music history.
Feb 13th 2010 3:32AM Uh...wrong video, guys! Please get it together!
Feb 1st 2010 11:03PM I'm not at all a sports fan, but I was in college in Cincinnati back in the 80's when folks were chanting "Who dey". In fact, someone had the bright idea to invent a mascot called a "who dey". Can't recall what it looked like, but whatever it was, at the time I thought it was silly.