Oct 6th 2010 6:34PM I find the following line very interesting, especially since this is an article about hoarding. "After unsuccessfully trying to convince several (cold-hearted) cat folk in my life that he'd make a fine pet ..."
Why is it that the cat-folk are being called "cold-hearted"? Because they were able to assess their own situations and limitations and say "no"? At least the author should be content that her "cold-hearted" friends aren't animal hoarders.
Oct 3rd 2010 10:57PM You are correct, Danielle. "Vintage" items don't have to be from the 1800's. However, "Regency" and "Victorian" items do. *rolls eyes* Thank you, KDR, for taking the time to read my comment and for having a sense of humor. :)
Oct 3rd 2010 7:11PM Wait. Items from the mid-1990's are now being considered "vintage"? Just wait until I tell that to my daughter (born in 1990). Oh, man. Payback is hell. :) LOL
Sep 28th 2010 6:57PM This article reminded me of Weird Al Yankovich's song "Frank's 2000-inch TV". Unbelievable. LOL
Sep 28th 2010 9:50AM He's very entertaining to watch. Many times we'll start laughing because, all of a sudden, he'll fly across the screen out of nowhere to snag the ball. We call him "The Flyin' Hawaiian". LOL
Aug 5th 2010 11:40PM "The conceit of the show"? Um ... shouldn't that be "concept"?
Jun 17th 2010 9:17PM Question: What the he** for and why?! LOL And, fake or not, that mile-long toenail is disgusting. Unless, of course, the person is planning upon digging for clams or earthworms later in the evening.
Jun 2nd 2010 8:49AM Can't tell you how many times we've needed to see what was going on because of the weather occuring only to find stories about storms, stories about weather and history, stories about Cantore (who CARES?!) or a stupid movie. They don't even make sure that the warnings are being broadcast while they're futzing around with programming that's not relevant. I also don't need political commentary or a CNN type newscast when I really need to see what's going on with our weather. We've been frustrated with this trend for quite a long time, and I hope The Weather Channel gets back to what it's supposed to be for: THE CURRENT WEATHER! Glad I'm not the only one who feels this way.
May 19th 2010 9:14AM Specter's gone. It's about time. Should have happened 20 years ago. Onward and upward; I hope the momentum continues on.
Mar 6th 2010 11:18PM Indeed, thudmanal, there is a very precise accounting of the results of the DNA testing published in "Nature" and "Science". The gentleman who wrote it was involved in that study. The results were not conclusive, but the backstory explains the reasons why the articles falsely alleged such.
I would encourage anyone interested in the Jefferson/Hemings DNA study to visit jeffersondna.com/background-dna-study
I would also highly recommend that the author of the article above visit that site before writing another such piece of pap.