Mar 18th 2011 1:13AM
I would't worry if I were you, neither would have you. And by the way and one isn't even Jewish you bigot.
Mar 1st 2011 2:50PM I guess Mr Galliano thought he was too "cool for school", but the House of Dior rightfully expelled him. Does he not understand that the Nazis also put to death many homosexual individuals? Had he lived in the late 30's and 40's, he would probably would not have been around to rant and rave as he did if the Nazis carried out their ultimate plan?! Although I am sure that he will open his own fashion studio, I can only hope the he is not supported by anyone that despises prejudice of any kind.
Feb 25th 2011 9:49PM Guess she's happy she lost the baby fat. Unfortunately for her, but fortunately for her daughter, she may also loss the baby with her negative behavior.
Feb 23rd 2011 1:50PM Love the shorter hair style. It frames her face and softens her features. Fact is as we age our hair tends to get thinner and wearing thin hair too long gives one the "mouse ears" look of ears poking through the hair which is dreadful looking. In addition, is is refreshing to see someone willing to change it up periodically and try new looks.
Feb 21st 2011 12:28PM Doesn't appear to me that these cats are feeling good about having something pushed onto the top of their heads. Eyes closed while the cats are awake indicates that the cups are making it difficult to open the eyes. I have three cats and I would have been clawed for less! I would suggest that the perpetrator shove a large cup over his/her head, ears and eyes- but he/she has probably done so.
Feb 11th 2011 11:40AM Appears that the apprentice is turning into Dancing With the Stars with a business format. Has beens, wish they were, and over the 15 minutes of fame all together trying to prove that they deserve another few minutes on tv. I would be willing to bet that this whole feud is scripted and staged. So what else is new. If you believe that reality shows are not scripted and set-up, I have some swamp land to sell you.
Feb 8th 2011 3:41PM It would seem to me that it is a good idea for both girls and boys, men and women, husbands and wives to learn how to cook and clean. In this day and age of single parents, divorce, and people who choose not to marry why are we keeping score about who does what. I have noticed that my son will pitch in with cleaning his house at school when needed while my daughter is focusing hard on building her skills at work and I could no be more proud of each. It is not about who does what, it is about doing what must be done to maintain a healthy quality of life.
Jan 7th 2011 10:24AM It is great when a formula works, as this show did for many seasons. However, constant changes in the judges and format have made this show worn out. It is sad when a producer/network doesnt know when to quit because then the show inevitably goes out on a low note rather than leaving us with fond memories.
Jan 3rd 2011 12:10AM It would be ridiculous to think that these girls were not paid for their part in this production as all reality show participants earn money. It would be wishful thinking to hope that the money is put in trust for the education of the children of these girls, but I doubt that this is the case. Teen pregnancy is an epidemic in this country and a hugh percentage of "children born to children" live in poverty, have few positive role models and live a generally less productive life. MTV made this show for ratings and it contains little to be used as a cautionary tale. How many season if this drivel do we need to see before we know that ratings are at the heart of this waste of time.