Jun 7th 2011 2:39PM Geez...hardly anyone here wants to see anothers happiness. Really doesn't matter what the motive here is. He's getting what he wants out of it and she's getting what she wants. Sounds like they at least have the same sense of humor. Also, why even a prenup? If for some reason they divorce in the future, he's on his last leg anyway and still has at least half of his fortune. Why would he care. There isn't one dude here who wouldn't love to be in his shoes at 85.
Mar 17th 2011 10:14PM Another rich people hater. Grow up!
Mar 2nd 2011 10:49AM Didn't Bare Naked Ladies say it best? If they had a million dollars, they would still eat Kraft dinner...just more of it. I don't see why people on here are surprised. If you like a Big Mac, it doesn't taste any worse if you can buy 500 of them.
Feb 21st 2011 9:47AM I've had many phones. Blackberry for business beats most. This is skewed because of the game playing, social networking crowd. Using an iPhone for business is tedious.
Feb 7th 2011 10:15AM So rbk....just who is a "true" American? If she is a citizen, she has every right to be here as you. She's got a great voice and she messed up. She felt badly about it and that's the end of the story. Please tell me that you have performed everything in your life 100% correctly and I'll tell you that you are the biggest liar on the planet.
Feb 2nd 2011 4:54PM pdq...
You are absolutely correct. I imagine the same in that when you are in a bad situation, it's hard to see how it all works. Wealthy contribute in many many ways including small business, federal/local taxes, charitys/donations, and yes...they spend more. So what some of these people are saying is that we should screw the wealthy so they can't afford the finer things in life like a yacht. By the way, that so called yacht needs people to build it, care for it, haul it in and out of the water, fix it and fuel it. I don't hear those people complaining. So although rich have toys that others can't fathom having, it's a sector of society that employs people.
I also don't wish bad upon anyone, but I know many folks who are in a tough spot now, who spent, spent, spent during their younger years. They had kids without a dime in their pockets and bought or rented homes above their means. Now when the bottom falls out, they want to tap the well that's called the rich who already pay a disproportionate amount to the government. Yeah thats fair! What happened to pay yourself first?
Jan 10th 2011 2:57PM As it says in the article Anne, it depends on the date of birth as well. If someone knows your date of birth and the state, they can identify the first 3 numbers. Still they have 6 more numbers to get which represents a million combinations. I don't know about the other sequencing stuff, but I don't think I'm too worried. Someone would have to be monitoring me for months and I know that isn't happening.
Jan 6th 2011 3:06PM What a bunch of crybabies! I've been traveling for years on the airlines and know what to do and when to do it. If you'd take some time to do a little research, it's not all bad. It's still the best buy in travel when you consider airfares have not gone up nearly at the rate of inflation or anything else for that matter. You can often cross the country for less than $150. Do your homework!
Dec 24th 2010 11:14AM While there are legitimately people out there who got a raw deal in life with a debilitating illness, I feel no pain for those who made bad choices in life and are now crying about it. Just who should pay for your choices...Everyone else? How about those who purchased that $30K car when they were fresh out of college or HS and didnt pay themselves first. Or what about the person who couldn't pay the bills deciding to have a kid and then scrape through for 25 years. Sorry, but ignorance only goes so far. Over the course of a lifetime, we all have chances. Make the most of them and don't be stupid!
Dec 7th 2010 12:03PM I can't even try to decipher what this guy is trying to say lol.