Oct 7th 2010 6:10PM Any of you morons blaming this woman, and claiming she was trying to steal, want to explain to me HOW she was going to accomplish this when she was LOCKED in the lot? Was she going to drive through the gates/fence? Was she going to get into the locked building and then into the locked offices to find the keys to the car? Then once she got the keys, was she going to try them in EVERY car to find out which ones they were for? I love how our society just automatically jumps to the conclusion that every story has a motive behind it. How about you shut your mouths until you KNOW the REAL story? Judgmental jerks.
Sep 15th 2010 1:19PM No, but rediculous ones ARE
Aug 9th 2010 10:13PM WRONG!
Four-year-olds DO have a say. You remind me of my controlling mother who made me wear "Marsha Brady" hair well into the 80's because that's how SHE wanted it--even though I told her I was being teased at school.
Children shouldn't have a say when their safety or health in in danger. Other than that, be prepared for a whole lot of resentment from your kids if you have Kathy's attitude.
Jul 19th 2010 2:17PM Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!
A voice of sanity in the chaos of ignorance and judgment!!
Is it SO hard, people, to just simply say, "I don't like those names," and leave it at that? Why so much anger over what others do? I'm starting to see why foreigners dislike Americans so much.
Jul 18th 2010 3:19PM What????
Have you ever SEEN pocket-less jeans on a bigger woman? It just makes their ass look even BIGGER!
The trick is to avoid pockets that are too small.
Believe me, I know what I'm talking about. I am NOT a skinny-minnie.
Jul 18th 2010 3:13PM Maybe you need to read more carefully:
"The patient before and after the hypothetical surgery. Courtesy Photos"
Jul 16th 2010 1:23PM Yeah, because sugar substitutes, which are full of chemicals, are sooooo much better for us! I'll take REAL sugar any day. I bet you eat margarine, too...
Also, you are a wack-job, bob.
Jun 28th 2010 6:36PM For those of you with your undies in a bunch about the techs wearing a mask, while the clients are not--um, HELLO!! When you do nails for 8+ hours a day, 5-7 days a week, you are exposed to MUCH greater quantities of dust than the client is. The masks protect against DUST, not CHEMICALS. What are you whining about anyway? If you think it's so bad, bring your own d*mn mask. They cost pennies. Sheesh.
Jun 25th 2010 2:28PM I agree...not hard at all. The instructions are easy to follow and I actually did it the first time without even using them. I only discovered the instructions AFTER I installed it. And sure, there's a learning curve, but when isn't there with something new? As far as double letters...it becomes second nature after one day of using Swype.
I can't live without my Swype--there's a reason that phones are starting to come with it pre-installed!!
Jun 18th 2010 9:04PM Kind of how war vets were offended when celebrities such as Marilyn Monroe and Jayne Mansfield entertained our AMERICAN troops overseas, no doubt wearing sexy clothing and possibly singing the National Anthem for them? Hypocritical much?