Feb 6th 2010 9:44AM My wife worked for Target and after a year of abuse could not get out of there fast enough. Target is all about "do as we say not as we do". Their "TEAM" concept is so warped it is beyond description. They will fire or demote people and then tell those poor souls left behine to do the work of three or more or they will also be gone. If you get hurt on the job, plan on a fight with their HR because they don't give a damm and will postpone, delay and intimadate their loyal employees into not spending one cent of Targets money even at the expense of the welfare of their "team member". This is one company that really deserves to fade off into history.
Jan 20th 2010 2:44PM "Where the mind dwells the man follows". Truth becomes perception when we choose not to practice, believe or walk in truth. The lie is in the perception. Is it possible a passage in Proverbs that says "people will make bold their face to hide the guilt of their crimes" manifests itself in the actions of people who profess truth? I wonder. Mr. Tebow, you have my complements and my respect.
Nov 18th 2009 8:10AM Hindsight is 20-20 which shows McCain’s lack of being able to choose a person of character. When McCain chose Palin she was at first refreshing. McCain, an American Hero, has now faded off into the sunset while Palin has turned herself into a can of WhoopAss on the American People. We created the monster now we have to live with it.
Jun 30th 2009 4:20AM Westerns, horses, rodeos. All an American culture and pastime linked with an awesome heritage Americans are proud of. The courts in this country states a minor cannot under any circumstances waive his rights simply because he or she is a minor. We have in one part of our country a Mother and Son avoiding law enforcement to escape court ordered Chemo of which neither of them wants. They are caught and the minor child is forced to have chemo. We have laws stating parents can be charged with terrible crimes for not having their children in seat belts. Yet we now have here a minor child permitted by his parents to ride and is then killed by a 600lb bull and the courts do nothing. Is it just I or is there something askew here? There is an old saying that there is a cure for mental constipation but the price is usually rather high. I would classify this as a case and point. In any event my heart goes out to the family for their loss and the pain they will most assuredly have to endure for the rest of their lifetime.
Oct 7th 2007 5:08PM The difference between McDonald's and Starbucks is like comparing the difference between Wal-Mart and Neiman Marcus. Both have their uses however when it comes to customer service, atmosphere or quality of product there is simply no comparison.
Aug 28th 2007 3:12PM The definition of "Looser" in the dictionary should include her picture.
Sep 17th 2006 8:22PM Ron has made a very good point. Residual value is not what we are looking for though a salesman would probably disagree. A car is nothing more than an expense...pure and simple so the object is to pay as little as possible, get as much as possible, use it until you are done with it and start over. People who pay more so they can save more (residual value) a few years down the road have surely not learned that lesson. But they will, they surely will. Kia has packaged a car with built in amenities like heated lumbar leather seats, infinity sound, sunroof, individual temp control for driver and passenger, 3.5 liter engine that gets decent gas mileage with a Mercedes ride. All for one price. Add to that 100k 10 year coupled with 5 year 50k bumper to bumper and not only have you out paced the American automobile but you have out classed and out priced it as well. Mark my words, American manufactures are taking notice.
Sep 15th 2006 7:21PM Reading these blogs reminds me of the child who hated ice cream only to discover he had never had one. Then, once experienced, it was love at first bite. My wife traded her Honda Accord for a 2006 Amanti. The difference in quality of engineering, comfort and performance was staggering. So much so, I traded my new Chrysler Sebring Convertible for a new Amanti as well. I am a professional in my 50's so this is not exactly my first rodeo and I'm here to tell you, this automobile is awesome. If you want maximum bang for your buck, the Kia Amanti is without question a quest fulfilled without equal...at least for the moment.