May 26th 2011 11:19AM Wot's A Beebah?
Nov 16th 2010 1:14PM Scientology is a cultish practice which is based on L. Ron Hubbard's science-fiction novels. To get his "religion" started, Hubbard first introduced it to such populations as Hollywood and prisons...talk about the two most gullible sectors of people in the world eh? I think that Scientology is just a bunch of waffle, but I encourage everyone to Google it or Bing it...or whatever it is you do to access information these days.
Mar 18th 2010 10:54AM I wonder, if and when she dies of stroke, heart attack, etc, the authorities would consider this a suicide? or perhaps for her enablers, assisted suicide? There are laws against this in most states. I wonder...
Apr 2nd 2009 4:03PM Mr. Rich is a very intelligent sounding celebrity. I have listened to many celebrity interviews, and frankly, some of them sound so bubble-headed and stupid that they lose tons of crediblity. Mr. Rich sounds like a straight-shooter who can temper his comments with kindness and understanding. He sounds like he is open-minded enough to listen to others' comments and opinions, but stout enough to formulate his own opinions regardless of the tremendous influential pressure he is subjected to daily. I commend Mr. Rich for using his career and his talent to try to make a difference in this trying time. I commend all people, big and small, for trying to improve life for their neighbors. Remember, a little kindness goes a long way. Offer to mow an elderly neighbor's yard. Work the soup kitchen at your local homeless shelter once in a while. Donate items to your local womens' shelter. Go read a bedtime story to an orphan in an orphanage. Register to vote! Sign up at the DMV to be a future organ donor! There are so many things people can do that cost little to nothing to make another person's life a little easier. God bless Mr. Rich and all people who at least make an effort!
Dec 18th 2008 7:13AM I'm just glad it's not that freak, Tony Alamo!!!!!
Jun 1st 2008 8:56PM While true that politeness is a unique trait known only in the human race, I emphatically agree with those that state that we should get the service we pay for. In some cases, when the service isn't rendered in a timely or appropriate fashion, the customer should get compensated for, not only what they actually paid for, but also for their inconvenience and trouble. Customer service is definitely not an easy job, but those in the role are trained to be nice even to the rudest people.Trust me...I know this. I work in one of the toughest industries in the world: healthcare. I am a nurse, and I literally get shat on...daily. So, while being kind might get you extra perks...every single customer should, at the very least, get what they paid for in a reasonable and customary manner.
Jan 7th 2007 7:16AM I wonder why the restaurant didn't pursue her for the money she owed. I will never understand the behaviours of the rich and famous. If money were an issue with her, she would HAVE to be polite and intelligent to get what she wants. Instead, with money, you can be as dumb and rude as possible, and still get anything. It's all just so curious...