May 14th 2009 2:34AM i haven't had a credit card for about 4 years now. i never want one again. pay off your debt and only buy what you can afford. it's amazing when all your money is your own and not lining someone else's pocket. if you have $ trouble, pay off one card at a time and STOP using cards in the meantime. that will teach them. this nation used to be a cash nation. people would save for the things they needed. we need to bring back that mentality and show big business just what we think of them. "go to hell. we've had enough of being financially raped."
Jan 5th 2009 12:19AM maybe you're asking the wrong girls out on dates. perhaps you should look for a women with substance and not a flaky dumb girl. where are you meeting the girls you want to date, a bar? find a serious girl, and she'll be looking for a serious guy :) you're a good looking guy....good luck babe!!
Dec 18th 2008 9:36PM
my 6 yr old daughter only eats peanut butter sandwiches. a child in her class is allergic to peanuts. i cannot (by notice from the school) pack my daughter a peanut butter sandwich. we have tried jelly, turkey, ham, cheese, and every other sandwich. she will go hungry rather than eat them. yes, you could say "she should learn to eat other foods". you could also say, "maybe peanut kid should be in a isolated place where they won't be harmed by my child's only choice of food". she's 6, and 6 yr olds aren't known for their daring sense of menu selections. now, since one child suffers, my child can't have a sandwich. so yes, the regime has already started in schools nationwide. my baby has to forgo sandwiches....what's next!?
Apr 19th 2008 8:57PM Maybe if society allowed for parents to raise their kids, we wouldn't have problems. When I was growing up, a parent was always home. Putting your children in daycare as a permanent solution at 6 weeks of age was unheard of. Now a stranger spends more time with your children daily than you do. Now a stranger gets to watch your children act up, and doesn't do anything because THEY DON'T CARE! No one raises children as well as their own parents. For the past seven years, only one parent has worked at a time in my household. My husband and I sacrifice extra money and one of us is ALWAYS here with the 3 children we made. Yes, we can't go on vacation. Yes, we can't splurge on that new huge plasma TV. We do, however, have 3 very polite and well behaved children who never act up in public, and who wouldn't harm a fly. Maybe we should all stop being selfish about material possessions, and start being involved in our children's lives more.
Apr 13th 2008 11:18PM If you haven't seen the documentary, watch it. He's insane for sure, but he really is very musically talented. If you like weird. :)
Apr 8th 2008 9:42PM the below poster must not be a parent. the best advice for parents from parents is just this, "pick your battles"
if my son wants crazy hair, hell, he can have it! if my son wants to dig holes in the backyard and fill them with water, no. you pick your fights within reason with children because they CAN'T reason. sometimes you have to let them go out in snow boots and rain jackets when it's 70 degrees out. what's the harm in teaching your kids self expression and freedom of choice?!!? i've let my daughter go out in her old halloween costumes when she wants to be a princess for the day because it's fun. you are only a child ONCE. after you grow up, you can't do fun crazy things without the police getting a phone call about a crazy old bat running around in a supergirl costume. let them be kids. don't parent the fun out of childhood you conservative chuckleheads!
"Pick your battles"?? WHO is the parent?? The boy is seven!! Your son is sixteen, and (hopefully) capable of living with the consequences of his decisions. For heaven's sake, we need parents who are willing to be PARENTS and not friends to their children. Be responsible and set limits for your child. If you don't do it with haircuts (when they are seven), you won't set bed times, get them real nutrition, etc. Be responsible, if you are going to be a parent.
Mar 4th 2008 9:38PM wow.....if they're considered pretty, i must be a friggin supermodel. i am very sad with the level of "pretty" in this country; quite the outrage. we need to have more stringent controls on who we can call pretty. that's news to me :) LoL (and in case you're retarded, this is something called sarcasm people)
Aug 5th 2007 12:38AM i used to weigh 115-130 pounds during my high school and college career. I also was incredibly unhealthy because i smoked cigarettes, barely ate food (and when i did it usually wasn't good food), and i did a lot of recreational drugs. I also did not own a car so i walked everywhere everyday. after college i met a great guy, got hitched, and got pregnant. as soon as that happened, out went the drugs and cigarettes. we bought a car so we could drive to and from work and haul a kid around. during my pregnancy i gained 40 pounds (which is terrible i know!). since i didn't smoke, i ate. after my pregnancy i went on birth control for the 1st time in my life...another 20 pounds!!! i went of birth control and had 2 more kids in 2 years. that's 3 kids in 5 years. that does quite the little number on your body and metabolism. people treat you like a leper when you weigh a lot. i topped out at 220 pounds...a hideous version of the past me. now i eat only good food, no soda, no birth control :), and i exercise. i have already lost 20 pounds in one month...and i can tell by the way people treat me that i look better. i don't like being fat, i am working on being skinny. but people don't know that. they assume i am a slob because i look this way. everyone should find out facts before pointing their fingers. when i get back to my old weight, i will look at "large" people much differently than i used to. that's for damned sure!
Jul 24th 2007 1:11PM ---i think this study is stupid everyone knows that people who have moles obviously have bad skin due to skin damage and that's how they got so many moles and freckels of them on their bodies---
i have had many many "beauty marks" (as my mom used to call them) on me since i was a little girl. i am fair skinned and avoid the sun as much as possible. ever since i can remember, i have applied spf 50 before i attempt to go outside. otherwise my complexion is perfect. i have even had pre-wedding make up ladies tell me, "well, your skin is so nice, i don't even need to use foundation on you." so no, it's not skin damage you ignorant fuck :) at least i know that i look 6-7 years younger than you.
Jun 28th 2007 1:37PM i remember when i was a sophomore in high school (about 13 years ago). there was a girl who had just celebrated her 16th birthday. i heard her in homeroom discussing how mad she was at her mom over her main present. "i mean, she bought me a mercedes. sure, it's a convertible and blue like i wanted, but i WANTED A BEEMER!!" all i thought was, "what an ungrateful bitch." if my parents bought me a mercedes, i would wonder if that was a farewell gift for me to leave them or something. now sadly, they have a series highlighting what is wrong with the spoiled youth of america. it makes me sick. also, this is the face we show the rest of the world. no wonder they hate us.