Aug 7th 2010 1:06PM I personally like "Gordon Ramsey", being british myself, his language doesnt bother me, its indicative of down to earth brits, we are a blunt race and dont make no bones about how we feel, cant get ahead by pussy footing around people just to make them feel better...hes a wake up call, hes refreshing and he knows his business, yes there are failed restauraunts, but keep in mind, he isnt there to keep the staff in check...hello!
Dec 15th 2009 4:29PM I love gordon, hes a hoot and yes he will bounce back
Sep 1st 2009 10:20AM loved the guy, love his memory, never did believe all the negative stuff.
Mar 16th 2009 7:34PM god, id shag that man in a new york minute, but then Im a brit in usa, but also know where the talent is
Feb 12th 2009 10:29AM I went through ivf three times, but back then I had insurance plus secondary evn then my deductables and co-pay was a lot, but my hubby and I (both working) paid those off , not to mention the monthly premiums for both, alas, all three attempts failed.
IVF cost around $40.000 if not more now, so I dont get how this woman managed it, if shes on welfare etc: also I dont see any mention of a husband, as one of the stipulations for ivf was that you had to be married. Seems to me all those kids are doomed to a life of poverty and welfare......I just dont get it! I guess you have to be in the system to know how to work it..........As for cosmetic surgery....they should of spayed her while she was under.
Feb 10th 2009 9:48AM I love gordon ramsey. hes good at what he does amd he brings out the best in people once they get over themselves and realize hes trying to force out the best in themselves. The cussing gets their attention as well as cracks me along with millions of viewers. Americans are too spoilt and cant take straight up critique. The ones complaining wish they were him.
Mar 7th 2007 8:57AM 60 yrs old is a little on the young side really as many 60 yr olds, still work. Id say up on 70 and older should be reviewed every two yrs if they start having driving incidents involving tickets and or disabling health issues. Maybe some of the complainers should consider offering to drive the said culprits to the store etc once in a while or run errands?????? come on guys, these folks arent horses to be put out to pasture, just because of age frailties.
Feb 16th 2007 10:13AM I have coloured my hair at home for over 30 years, only thing I regretted was paying for products from the big stores like walmarts (nothing wrong with the products) but a friend introduced me to "Sally's Beauty supplies" where I can buy all the salon quality products for even less than the big store products...I personally prefer "Wella" products and ive found that "reginol" conditioner is the best for me.
Id never use a salon for hair colouring, whether they are good or better at it, Id rather invest the $100 bucks or whatever it is on Horse Feed.
Jan 15th 2007 11:56AM Im with netflix, have noticed that after three months shipment slows down, sometimes dont get a movie for three days after recieving e-mail of shipment, plus hard to contact them and when you find the number, they are very terse in responding to your inquiry, not very client friendly am considering other options if this continues....wont complain about the dvd selections though.