Jan 22nd 2011 12:36AM Weak minds are easily spotted. They tend to oversimplify, generalize, and almost always speak in platitudes
May 27th 2010 7:55PM Hey, they changed the name of the Slime head to "Orange Roughey" and people can't get enough of it. Why can't it work for crap? Uhm, sorry, CARP?
May 12th 2010 10:10AM "A bumpersticker understanding" Oh, that's a truly elegant description of Idiot Activism! I'll be stealing that one for future use, thanks very much!---By the way, to all you idiot youngsters out there, saying something is unconstitutional does not make it so. The AZ Law will not only stand but it will soon be replicated in many other states. Get used to it. Criminals are criminals regardless of race.
May 4th 2010 3:01AM Pro Athletes as role models? Really? BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAA!!!
I'd suggest we first try to put a stop to the ones raping their dates, cheating on their wives, getting DUIs, snorting cocaine, using steroids, and generally acting like a bunch of completely out of control gangsta thugs before we worry about the guys who dip a little snuff during the game.
Apr 25th 2010 10:39AM Great article. Maybe next week, you can write a step-by-step about how to hack my ATM card! Shoot, you could do a whole series winding up with the grand slam of how to make a car bomb. Or better yet, why don't you just write an article telling everyone how it's really easy and free to do for yourself all the things LIFELOCK wants you to pay them to do instead!
Apr 13th 2010 3:51AM If the word is not a problem, why didn't the author feel comfortable using it in the article? Why is it AOL's Terms of Service forbid me from using it here? Truth is, most of you people talking about how okay it is to use that word would lose your minds if I walked up to you on the street and spoke it aloud to you.
Mar 4th 2010 1:26AM If M/Sgt Sarver really claims he coined the phrase "hurt locker" he's either very very old or very very full of crap. That's old school mil-speak that was old I was on active duty and I discharged 18 years ago.
Feb 10th 2010 9:17PM Most Americans have problems with being waited on. A "server" is uncomfortably close to "servant" for our classless society and because of this, there is often a fair amount of awkwardness involved in the ordering process.
I think the most appropriate way of dealing with the situation is to simply say "I'd like the..." followed by your choice of appetizer and entree, with any special instructions included without waiting to be asked and the entire process followed with a simple "thank you."
There is no need to say "please" and "may I?" as your server is not doing you a personal favor. You're paying them to be there and you can be perfectly polite without begging them to do their jobs.
Feb 10th 2010 9:03PM Ban them from college sports, kick'em out of school, and send them on their way. You don't need a college education to be a thug.
Feb 8th 2010 9:57PM If I live that long, I'll still remember the name of Peyton Manning in another 50 years and I'm really not a fan of Football. The name of the bozo who wrote this article? Don't know, don't care enough to scroll up and find out.