Jan 7th 2010 7:46PM Is it just me or does Prince William look really, really old in the painting? I don't think it's a good likeness of him at all. Nothing against the prince. I think he's wonderful and very dashing. I just do not like the way the light is depicted and how it looks like he has a receeding hairline. Prince Harry on the other hand was captured very well.
Sep 21st 2009 10:10AM The girls hanging all over him are just as big pieces of crap as he is. It's not about him. It's about his "fame" and money. That money should be going to his kids. What a loser to bail on his kids like that.
Sep 21st 2009 10:07AM How the he*l does this mook afford a porsche? Can you say alimony? He is such a douche! I feel bad for his kids. I know Kate is just as much responsible for the split as he is, but still... He is making himself look so much worse.
Jul 16th 2009 11:40AM What a putz! Two totally different genres. Love you, Gene!
Mar 14th 2009 10:26AM Princess Diana was a good woman and I'm sure a good mother. William is fine young man. I've always felt bad for William and Harry losing their mother like that. No one should have to endure that. I think it's a wonderful thing that William has spoken out about it. It will help others. I lost a child nine years ago, but it still feels like yesterday. It is always just under the surface and it does appear sometimes seeming from nowhere. But, it is always there. The pain will never ever completely be healed. I just try to live my life and love as if they were still here. It's not ever easy, but it's what must be done. Maybe, someday we will be reunited. I can only hope. I hope that with every fiber of my being.
Nov 13th 2008 12:44PM This is a very sad thing to hear. Firstly because being a racist is ridiculous this day in age. We are all educated here in the U.S. Racists should know better. I don't get it. To hate someone for the color of their skin is shamefull. You might as well hate someone for breathing or for having blood and bones and a heart. And by the way, black people, hispanic people, asian people, and so on all breath and have hearts. To hate someone for their skin color and/or background is wrong. We are all equal do to the fact that we are all human. We all breath, we all live, we all die. Our humanity binds us and there is enough room for everyone. The world would be boring and sad if we were all the same. Skin color does not make a monster. Hate does. Color of skin and cultural background do not matter. What matters most is that we all have hearts and blood pumping through our veins. Why can't we all live equally and united? To hate someone for being a different color is like hating yourself because everyone's skin has a color to it. And it's really funny if you think about it, but when people donate blood they are people of many different colors, shapes, and sizes. If you've ever needed a blood transfusion or ever do in the future who's to say you don't have a black person's blood or an asian's or mexican's? They may have saved your life and you wouldn't ever know it. Blood knows no colors, so why should your eyes, mind, or heart? There are good and bad people of every color, shape, size, background, and nationality. That's a fact, so to hate one group in particular is outrageous. Some of my greatest friends have been black. They were wonderful individuals with great big hearts. I loved them as if they were a part of my family and truly they were a part of my extended family in a sense, as is any one of my good friends. I've always been proud to be an American, but I am even more proud in knowing that more people are not racist than I'm sure was thought previously. So, I say to you if you are racist, that I feel bad for you. Get with the program, we are all humans. We all deserve love, respect, equality, and peace. I mean, really!!! How would you feel if someone burned a cross on your lawn or hung a noose up in reference to killing you because of who you were? You'd be hurt and furious, I'm sure. What would you tell your children? How would you explain to them that the world is safe for them after that? There's a saying that has been around for years. What would Jesus do? Well, whether you believe in Jesus or not the point is you should treat others the way you would want to be treated. I do not know what President Elect Obama's future holds or whether he will succeed in fufilling his promises, but I believe in my heart that he has America's best interest in mind and at heart. Just by being elected he has made such a positive difference in the world and not just in America. Be happy and proud that our allies are once again happy with us. That they are proud of us for joining them in being forward thinkers. That is such a good thing to have happened. President Elect Obama has given so many people hope of a better future. I stand proudly as one of those people. And guess what? I'm white, but that doesn't matter. What matters most is that I'm human and an American. Whether you hate him or not, I'd bet he doesn't hate you and I don't feel he sees color. He wants to help everyone in America, no matter who they are. He sees you as a fellow American and as a human being. As do I and I hope one day you will, too as so many other Americans have and do. God bless the Obamas and most of all, God bless America and the world!
Nov 11th 2008 5:34PM Oh, it is a sad, dark day. Not! Am I the only one who sees that Oprah is not a God? People seem to follow her like sheep follow a shepard. Kinda nuts.
Nov 11th 2008 5:27PM I think he took his role in a kid's film very seriously, don't you? LOL!
Jul 18th 2008 11:46AM I really don't care what she's sueing about. I'm not a "sue crazy" type person. It's just that the people working on the flights nowadays are bananas. I know their job cannot be easy, but jeez! I keep hearing all of these stories in the news about how badly passengers are being treated. I think the airlines should be aware that the consumers as a whole don't appreciate their ill tempers and bad behavior. We pay good money to fly with them. We don't expect to be treated like dogs. It's ridiculous.
Jul 7th 2008 11:04AM I think it is everyone's responsibility to do everything they can to help protect the environment in which we live. But, non one is perfect. Now, if Sting or any other Green musician kept repeating their mistakes than I could see it being a bigger deal.