Apr 29th 2011 7:15AM I believe you're taking the term too literally as it's long since passed beyond the usage of blasphemous calling of God into the realm of common usage as anything considered an expletive. The common definition of the term is 1. curse word - profane or obscene expression usually of surprise or anger. The title certainly reads as something a parent would say in frustration which likely is tinged with anger so.. it falls under that definition. I doubt highly anyone (at least not a native English speaker) would be confused by the term.
Apr 19th 2011 5:32PM @Fern
Technically they'd be considered Preadolescent but it's close enough. Either way, Crawford's experience that sshe related was like that of any average household. I agree with Pandy, no need for some here to hate on here. I'm no fan of Cindy and I only came becausse the title piqued my curiosity. lol
Mar 2nd 2011 9:00AM I'm with you, Mary.
Women who look like her (Frankel) always look OLDER to me than they should. In all honesty, I always thought she was in her 50's with bad face-lift surgeries but now I find out she's only 40? GTFO, that's just not right.
As for this backwards dieting scheme/sham, um, can't speak for all guys but nothing turns me off a woman more than when she picks at her food and just pushes it around not eating most of it. It's wasteful and disgusting and guarantees no second date especially if I'm paying for it or am the one who cooked us the dinner (yes, guys can cook, ladies, stop being sexist). Why? For one, I HATE when people waste food. Secondly, it tells me she has some mental issue and having had dealings with bulimics and the like in the past, I refuse to do it again. I've got enough stress and drama already in my life, I don't need someone else's food baggage too.
For the record, I always prefer a woman with curves over a sickly stick thin, malnourished beast with a boy frame. Curvy women look far more healthy and natural, to me, than sinewy masculine boy-girls.
Mar 1st 2011 8:04PM Actually, did has done a quite large number of tv movies. Check out her IMDB filmography. I counted them well into the 40s. They mainly were done in the 80's and 90's. She was very active during those decades.
Feb 28th 2011 9:57AM Well said. Sadly there are lazy idiots out there who will buy this junk and make the "inventor" rich for peddling poorly designed, poorly made pieces of crap.
Feb 24th 2011 6:37PM I can't speak for his upbringing, but I had my first sip of beer when I was around 2 or 3. Very similar situation, in fact. It was a family picnic, father left his beer on the table while he was helping mom with the grill. I was told to leave it alone but stole a sip anyway and promptly spat it out because I thought it tasted awful. Like Arquette, it's one of my strongest early memories, that and the spanking I recieved afterwards for not listening. :D
Feb 24th 2011 10:27AM Well said Ed and Martine. Obviously Karine and others (by the votes being issued) are confusing feather clipping with PINIONING which is similar to declawing on cats and sometimes dogs. Pinioning is the removal of the pinion joint of a bird which is anatomically similar to removing a person's hand at the wrist. This removes the primary feathers, preventing the acceleration required for flight. This is done almost exclusively to farm stock (chickens, ducks and other poultry) but rarely done to pet birds such as parrots because it leaves the wings looking mishapen and affects the birds appearance as the flight feathers of many pet birds are quite colorful.
Feather clipping is simply getting the feathers clipped so as to prevent flight. It's like a nail trim or hair cut. It still allows the bird to flutter safely down but no full flight. It's also temporary as the flight feathers will be shed during the next molt and new ones will need to be trimmed again. If done correctly, it's not noticable to most.
Feb 4th 2011 3:14PM I agree. What's the big deal? Gaga's vids are WAY more controversial and show lot more skin so..yeah. I guess Perez and I actually agree on something (why does that make me feel filthy?) Hell, Madonna's videos make this look sesame street and I'm talking abbout vids from the early 90's. Really, I get the feeling this is another manufactured controversy for sales.
Feb 3rd 2011 11:35AM I was curious when they stated it was occuring in these lakes, since this is unheard of in freshwater. Turns out these are saltwater/brackish water lakes with marine organisms in them, thus why this marine dinoflagellate was these. Fascinating none the less. Would be amazing to see in person, marine or not.
Also, the common name of Noctiluca scintillans, the microorganism that causes this, is "Sea Sparkle". How fitting. :D
Jan 29th 2011 6:16PM Seems pretty harmless and fun so why not? Anything's better than the trashy gear they direct at children these days.