May 13th 2011 12:16PM And so begins the new series, "Chuck Lorre's Violent Torpedo of Stupid" or "Two and a Half Ways to Crap on Yourself".
Apr 21st 2011 2:18AM I suppose you drink from the toilet to save the cost of driving to the store?
Apr 21st 2011 1:34AM Sorry to disagree, bob, but I remember the '70s, and McD's fries were the best of the best. Even the pigeons in So. Cal. would come right up and take them from your hand, and eat so many they waddled like ducks.But the last time I tried to share McD's with the pigeons they sat there until an employee came to clean the patio. I don't blame them, I don't like them anymore, either.
I haven't had the chance to try this with the new Wendy's fries, mainly because I don't feel like sharing them with anybody.
Apr 21st 2011 12:01AM jac, I'm sorry your taste buds are not sensitive enough to detect the flavor in Wendy's fries. Maybe they've been fried by all the salt you've consumed at McD's over the years.
It's funny you should use a metaphor such as "the new coke of fries". I was just about to point out to the author, Erik Trinidad, that McDonald's is "the WalMart of fast food". They keep their "crown" because of quantity not quality.
Mar 13th 2011 5:35PM Time to put out the Slash-trash.
Mar 13th 2011 4:59PM Time to take out the slash-trash.
Feb 7th 2011 12:08AM She was quoted by Reuters as having performed The National Anthem publicly many times, since she was 7. Hasn't she learned the words yet?
Roseanne Barr disrespected professional sports, imitating the crotch-grabbing, tobacco-spitting habits of baseball players, but at least she knew the words of the song.
Feb 6th 2011 10:49PM Who cares who it is or where they're from. The point is they shouldn't be to stoned to remember the lyrics.
Jan 28th 2011 3:10PM Yes, John, we knew that a professional test driver from FORD intentionally demonstrated the unstable nature of the Corvair under extreme handling. Did you think GM would've told us that their 1960 Time Magazine "Car-of-the-Year" had a FATAL FLAW? Absolutely not. Their response was to launch a smear campaign against Mr.Nader, for which they paid later, to the tune of over $400,000. Eventually, execs from all three big auto makers admitted his claims were valid. He was, after all, inspired by the 100+ cases pending against GM, at the time.
Therein lies his relevancy: He was referring to REAL wrecks, involving REAL drivers, and continues to do so today.
Who do you trust now, John: A consumer advocate who doesn't care who can't bear to hear the truth, or the fat cats that tried to wipe him off the radar?
Dec 27th 2010 2:39PM Why spend a small fortune to get my family into a single showing of ONE movie, when we can spend a dollar each to watch ALL the good ones several times over on home theater?