Nov 21st 2007 1:53PM This was unnecessarily mean and immature.
Why do the best people get targeted by the media?
Thank you, though, for pointing out how good Oprah must be since you can't even find 11 real BLUNDERS that she has made.
Get over yourselves, you stupid fucks. Your just jealous she makes more money than you do working for AOL.
Sep 10th 2007 1:13AM I think Shaquanda was joking...well, I certainly hope so. :)
This article of "clothing" is useless and ugly. I'd prefer a custom made gold and diamond bra, thanks. :)
Personally, I think that if the rich people have enough money to support their lifestyle and families, improve the world around them by helping the third world countries, donating to important charities, and tithing if they are a Christian, and they STILL have money left over, then they have every right to buy useless golden clothing. However, philanthropy is more important than hedonism. If a person is selfish enough to spend allll their money on this, however, they do not deserve to have money in the first place, except for bare necessities (food and water and minimal shelter).
Sep 10th 2007 12:54AM I can see like an Egyptian Princess or something wearing this, somewhere where gold is plentiful and there are experts for the handiwork. I would like to see it on somebody, though not in a pervy way. I wonder if it was made for a specific individual, because from what I've seen, not many women's breasts are shaped that way...
May 24th 2007 4:04PM I think you hit the nail on the head, bob! :) I personally don't like mercury, I would choose a lincoln over a mercury any day, but your proposal is very feasible.
Apr 16th 2007 2:43AM In response to comment 39-Jett- honestly, no I don't read all of the previous comments before I post. I skim the first page, get the general idea of what's going on, and then go back and read most of the comments more thoroughly. That's why I posted 3 times on this blog. But I think my routine will change after this. It's just that usually, if I read all the comments, I don't even feel like voicing my opinion anymore because it seems like everybody else has already said 10 times what i wanted to say, ya know?
Apr 16th 2007 2:37AM I just read the article about the full context, and even if it is an experiment on global warming and how hard the penguins are working to get their food, it's not benefitting us or the penguins in any way. It's only disrupting their lifestyle even more, which humans seem to love to do. It's only telling us what we already know...that we need to hurry up and fix the problems that we greatly contributed to. So scientific or not, it is still animal cruelty.
Apr 16th 2007 2:28AM Well, that's definitely not a science lab. It looks like a bedroom. Whoever made this is incredibly cruel and stupid. For one thing, the treadmill is going way too fast, the poor penguin has its wings spread out for balance. As for temperature control, I don't see a thermometer or anything to cool him off. And he looks like he's about to fall at the very end. Poor thing. :(