Apr 7th 2011 11:04AM It says multi-race.....what makes you think it's BLACK??? Did I miss where it said it was a BLACK/WHITE baby??? Maybe it's native american, maybe is asian/american.
Congratulations on your new addition!
Mar 17th 2011 2:15AM Oh, yes....Stefano, do what you want, kill someone while drinking and driving and please, please be my kid's role model, while you're at it.
Seriously....take a good look at the kid in Las Vegas that was underage, drinking and driving and killed 5 out of 7 people in an SUV. Superbowl Sunday, a few years ago....a mother was driving with her kids and some friends in her SUV when this Jayne kid ran the stop and killed 5 of them. It was on the corner of Tenaya and Farm in 2008, I think.
Encourage Stefano to be a drunk punk. At some point that stuff catches up with you. Karma!
Feb 26th 2011 12:51PM Isn't it interesting that no one wants to comment that Anthony Carleo that robbed the Bellagio is the son of one of our prominent JUDGES in the valley. Judge George Asaad is almost never mentioned in any article or news cast. Hmmmm.....seems that ole daddy is trying to lay low, but from what I've heard he's a hardass on the bench. Wonder what will happen to his son?
Jan 29th 2011 2:39PM My ex-husband use to say to me all the time, "you love that dog more than you love me". And you know what....he was right. Notice, he's an "ex", but I kept that dog by my side every day of her life. I still haven't gotten over losing her to cancer. If I could have cloned her, I would have. Amazing golden, faithful, obedient and constant companion. She trusted me, completely...she was blind the last four years of her life, but because of great training and her willingness to trust my commands, she lived a long and fulfilled life. :o)
Dec 2nd 2010 11:13AM Infertility is GOD's way of saying....."some people shouldn't have children". It's a blessing from GOD, don't try to change HIS plan for you.
Nov 18th 2010 1:11AM This woman is full of crap. First of all, they didn't drag her anywhere. They would have asked her is would prefer a private room to do the pat down. the pat down takes less than three minutes, so if it took longer, she was standing in there chatting and trying to get info for her "reporting"...remember this woman was a media personality. The reason for the officer and her supervisor is in case some jack ass decides that they want to make a fuss about the procedure. The additional officer is no different than when a doctor has a nurse present with a patient. The pat down is very simple. It's first explained and then, they proceed. At any time the hand held metal detector makes a "beep" the officer is going to touch you in that area, so that they can clear anything that could be consealed. As far as the breast being patted down, not true. There is a sweep under the breast with the back of the hand, it starts in the center of the breast bone and sweeps under the breast to the arm pit. This reporting of what happened is complete BS. Everyone wants to say that TSA is doing crap that they're not. Go to ANY airport and you'll see folks getting pat downs all day long, you don't see them crying about the procedure. If you don't like the rules, sit your ass on the couch and stay home!!!
Nov 17th 2010 10:49AM I was in fourth grade, Martin Elementary School, in South San Francisco, when I realized I was a lesbian. I fell in love with a brown eyed girl, that wore ribbons in her brown curly hair. Debblie Lane, I'll never forget her. She was so fresh and clean and pretty. I was NINE YEARS OLD. You do realize at an early age. It took me until I was 40 to come out. I lived near San Francisco and my dad was anti-gays. He called people faggots, dykes, lard ass, fat ass, he was not a nice guy. He bullied my mother and us kids. When it was safe to come out, I did. I was married at the time, with two children. Both of my kids are straight. Their straight/gay/lesbian friends come to our home and are accepted for who they are. They are safe here. They are disciplined here. They can talk openly about their struggles with math, their teachers, parents, relationships and issues are solved. Most of my kid's gay friends are not accepted by their families. We talk about suicide and getting away from home. If only parents realized how fragile their children were regarding this issue, they would have a different opinion.
My nephew came out two years ago. My brother and sister in-law embraced their son, supported him and had many, many sleepless nights. It's been two years, he's the same medical student he was 10 minutes before he came out to his family.
Be careful how you hate and express your opinions regarding that hate. You may be sitting next to your gay child and could find them hanging in the garage when you come home from work. Is that what you really want?
Nov 17th 2010 10:32AM I had a lesbian lover from Georgia. She grew up, went to college, married had two children in MIchigan. She moved to Braselton and that is from where she found me in Seattle. Her family wouldn't accept her, she tried to commit suicide at 42. When she told them that she was a lesbian and was moving across the country to be with me they turned their backs on her. The hateful comments from those that are supposed to love and support you became too much. She went back to her family, begging for their forgiveness. She lives in fear every day of being discovered with her new lover. She sneaks around, she lives in the same house as her ex-husband....who knows, maybe she's remarried the abusive ass. Doesn't matter. There are a lot of closeted married gays/lesbians. You know who you are and you will be found out, just like all the others that end up in the media. Your discovery may not be as grandiose, and public, but it's going to change your life. You've lied for too long.....COME OUT OF THE CLOSET. Stop saying how much you hate gays, when you are one, youself!!!
Oct 1st 2010 11:06AM Really...inspriring??? It starts out as a teenage drunk, drug user, delinquint....cutting school. Yeah, that's inspriational. I'm glad she's recovered, but I wouldn't want my kid hanging out with this woman. Just another California entitled teen that screwed up and recovered. Who gives a sh*t!!!
Sep 19th 2010 12:39AM Yep, mine cheated....he thought he could put it in her and then, come home and put it in me. She'd call my house and hang up if I answered. So, I decided to call her and tell her to contact him at his office or on his cell phone, but to stop calling my house, as I was kicking him to the curb. Well, she wasn't home, but her husband was and I told him that his wife was cheating with my husband. That night, I got a call from HER....she said..."I hope you're happy"! and I said...."who is this"? and then, I realized that it was HER and that her husband had confronted her. She wanted to talk to my husband and I said..."no problem". He was shocked to find out that I'd called her husband. But, hey....she wasn't home when I called and I felt he should know what was going on. At one point, she told me that I was ruining her marriage.....at which point, I responded with...."really, I don't remember spreading my legs for your husband". I divorced him, took 60 percent of the assets and the kids.