Rupert the Stupert
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Oct 23rd 2012 1:40PM That's "Fall River." No additional "S" and it's not "FALLS RIVER" just plain Fall River, Massachusetts.
Aug 7th 2012 4:32AM The reason is: they're emulating their rap star idol. That dude dressed like that because he thought it was cool. And so his fans also want to dress like the way he did, also to be cool.
Aug 7th 2012 4:24AM Fined? Hell, they should be arrested...
Jun 8th 2011 2:39PM Amy you said it all, and I can't believe you didn't include any advertizements or url's imbedded in your comment as countless idiots have. Yes children can have abilities far greater than their years. Thank you for a brilliant story, I enjoyed it very much.
Apr 28th 2011 7:31AM he probably what 5 or 6 times?
Apr 20th 2011 9:49PM I've never met an "Overage" child, of course a lot of my friends can be considered childish not underage, but I don't think that applies. So I believe that it is up to the parents to supervise what is being served to their children, and if alcoholic beverages are served to their precious little ones, then it is up to the parents to bring it to the attention of those restaurant workers. We don't need to be shouting from the rooftops that Applebee's is serving children alcoholic beverages because it may well be a mistake. How about, if you made any mistake, how would you feel if everybody turned around and laughed at you? Think about it, or don't.
Apr 13th 2011 6:44PM 150 too fast? Naw, make it 200 MPH so that when you do get into an accident all they'll have to do is bring in the street sweeper and bury whatever remains. Yep, here in Massachusetts the maximum speed limit is 65, great for little old ladies, or "Cotton tops" as my kids used to call them, but I have a set rule that if it is safe to do so, then 5 mph over the speed limit is safe. I drive in the right lane, so as not to create any problems for those who have to drive at 80.
Apr 2nd 2011 12:15AM Do you, or anybody you know have the book: "The Patchwork Girl of Oz"? My mom used to read to me and my siblings when we were children before bed-time. I'd love to get ahold of a copy.
Apr 2nd 2011 12:13AM Did I mention that I'm a Psychologist? And no, people who collect are not hoarders. Hoarders collect living cats and dogs, and junk. Usually they live in solitude in their own homes. I once visited a woman who had 100+ cats. Her house stunk of cat feces and urine. The sheriffs department and ASPCA came to get rid of her cats, and place most in a pound. She was suffering from a psychological event that caused her to take in as many cats as was humanly possible. She later committed suicide. She couldn't live without her cats.
Apr 2nd 2011 12:02AM Those little funny-faced silicone-rubber dolls? My little sister (she's 55 now) used to get neat little dolls, mainly from me, she still has everything that I used to give her, including several hundred that others have given her. She has a great place for them, in her garage/studio where she teaches Belly-Dancing.