Mar 11th 2011 3:14PM I thought they had done a fantastic job of preserving the historical feel of the home until they got to the last 3 pictures. Those rooms look so foreign when compared to the others, they may as well be pictures from another house. Then again I suppose someone with the kinda of money it would take to buy such a house, would have people manning the kitchen for them and probably never see it. The landscaping is perfect, and seems a beautiful and peaceful place.
Feb 18th 2011 1:01PM Doug... Brian, if you need somebody to protect you from harmful things, go move back in with Mommy and Daddy. Responsible adults should not be dictated to about what is acceptable behavior and unacceptable behavior for perfectly legal and legitimate activities, by the government. Whatever happened to freedom? Guess it ain't free anymore. Maybe they should call it Taxdom. So much for life liberty and the pursuit of anything worthwhile.
Feb 17th 2011 3:34PM I have never understood how fashion shows with this sort of unrealistic clothing even happen. They know nobody will ever wear these ridiculous get ups, so why waste time and material? Whats the point of flaunting clothes no one in the real world could should or would wear. Actually, these look like items from Lady Gags closet, but thats beside the point. Seriously, if anyone came walking down the street with that dragon outfit on, they'd probably have the cops behind them ready to take them to the looney bin. Yes fashion is all about self expression... dragon outfit is expressing a message of in need of therapy.
Feb 14th 2011 9:53AM Spot on Claytor! Yes Mario does not speak often and you know what... he should keep it that way. Matt Cooke is probably one of the dirtiest players in the league, causing devastating injuries to players along the way with Mario's stamp of approval. The league does NOTHING about it. The hit on Savard was criminal and yet he didn't even get a talking to. The Isles knocked Mario and his goon squad off their high horse and he don't know how to handle it. They can dish it out but can't stand the taste of their own medicine. Well Stupor Mario... get used to it. The rest of the NHL teams are tired of your brand of Hockey, and your goons hurting their players. All the crying in the world isn't going to help you out of the hole you and your team dug.
Feb 14th 2011 9:24AM What the article fails to convey is that the Pens have been pulling the same crap all year and because they are an elite team, they don't see half the suspensions they should. The reason this game got out of hand is because the legue doesn't equittably penalize players and teams that behave poorly. Had the league addressed the issues in the prior games and teams were treated equittably we would not be having this conversation. Instead they do nothing and as such leave the players to police the game. I agree Gilles needed a lengthy suspension for his role in things, but Talbot deserved one for his hit on Cuomo. He left his feet and intended to and did injure him. Also, Let us not forget how we watched the pens bench laugh at the injury to DiPietro... broken facial bones, thats funny? I can't imagine why they got their butts whipped and handed back to them. Pens fans really need to take a good look at the actions of their team before they point the finger at others. Afterall, they are the only ones I see whining about it.
Jan 28th 2011 4:53PM Thank you for the insightful article. It contained some great tips and a fresh approach to resume writing.
As to the rants here, I understand your anger at the government but if this attitude is any indication of your behavior, I can see why no one is hiring you. You sound like a bunch of lunatics! Start filing complaints against companies that actually state their reason for not hiring you is that your too old. Age discrimination is illegal and an actionable issue. If a company says they want someone younger, you need to register a complaint, call your attorney general and make an issue of it. Perhaps if you focused your energy this way, something would actually get done about it rather than continuing unchecked. What you say here is not going to get you anywhere in that regard.
Jan 25th 2011 1:32PM Paralegal is not that lucrative of a career (at least not in New York) and has an absolute impenetrable ceiling as to how far you can go with it. I did it for years and quit to take another career path that opened many more doors. If you are going to bother getting an Associates Degree for becoming this legal research analyst, you mind as well get one in Paralegal Studies. Not many law firms will hire someone with no legal/legal research experience to do that job and more than likely won't pay them $40k a year to do it... unless of course they are already a paralegal with a couple of years under their belt. It is not a walk in off the street kind of job. You need to understand a vast legal vocabulary, know how to work the research programs and have some legal basis to even know what your reading. Maybe if you get a job as a researcher for these articles, you won't need any kind of skill set. Unlike the legal field, apparently accuracy is not required here.
Jan 17th 2011 11:11AM LOL... Just for the heck of it, take a gander at some of the pigs that qualify as men at the stores. Stained shirts, belly fat rolling over top of their torn and stained pants, hair sticking our everywhere, sweaty, mouth breathers. If thats the pickings out there, why should women try? Thats the funny thing about a lot of men, they want all women to look like centerfolds, while they look like the creepy scuzzballs that subscribe to the magazine. Guys, get a grip... although you think women are just dying to jump your bones, chances are... they aren't.
Dec 17th 2010 9:23AM The TSA says it's impossible for anyone to capture scanner images given safeguards it has in place.... isn't that what the State Department thought about their secret cables?
Dec 16th 2010 1:20PM Im not a fan of rap or the human race at large to be honest, but I do understand the concept of respect. Something that seems elusive on the internet these days. A father and husband was murdered and his children and wife deprived of him forever. Have some respect for the family who is mourning the same way you would demand it if this was a member of your family. 99% of the people commenting know nothing about this man or their family but instead make grand assumptions. Assumptions always start with an ass. As to the problem with racism, perhaps its time we dropped the pre-ambles to our nationality. Instead of African Americans or Hispanic Americans why not just Americans? It might just go a long way to be rid of the divisive names that seem to bolster racism in this country. Political Correctness is little more than a nice way of saying caste system. I hope this man may find peaceful rest and his family comfort in his memory.