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Jun 9th 2011 11:35PM I'm actually tired of reading this.
Apr 22nd 2011 10:40PM That is really a stupid interview with very dumb answers. Exactly how is the "right way" to cheat on one's husband?
And she's telling us that had she been a male CW star it would have been OK....that there's a double standard?
She must have an IQ of minus-127
Apr 7th 2011 9:17PM She's a total fool for doing this, and DWTS will be foolish if they keep her.
And,parenthetically, the woman isn't particularly attractive in the first place, showing that Hef is going blind.
Jan 25th 2011 12:05AM Almost all attorney fees can be deducted that are defending the person against potential financial loss. I believe it would be wise for those who incur attorney fees to check with their CPA or attorney before dismissing the fees as non-deductible.
Dec 31st 2010 8:26AM I've never known the king cake to be used for anything other than Mardi Gras.
Dec 8th 2010 6:30PM A couple of years ago I applied for a commission sales position at Neiman-Marcus. Now understand, this means you only make money if you sell stuff.
Neiman's turned my application down because my credit score didn't fit their model. My accounts had been totally current for more than two years.
Neiman-Marcus, however was reported to be teetering on bankruptcy and many of their business accounts were delinquent and vendors hat put them on a cash only basis.
Neimans was able to recover and save it's skin. I was able to recover without their job, and save my own skin.
Dec 4th 2010 8:29PM Please advise the writer that "moot" and "mute" do not mean the same thing. "Moot" means debatable. In the context Stefanos Chen used it, "moot" was not the proper word.
Oct 14th 2010 2:17PM I've been selling high end real estate for most of the past 45 years. A home decorated like this one would have a very limited market.
Use all of the bold stuff you want. But if you plan to sell, better get rid of every bit of it.
Oct 7th 2010 10:59PM I absolutely don't believe Playboy would have paid her anything like $5 million to pose. First, that would raise the demands on them from future potential Playmates, and second they would have to sell many times the current number of ads and substantially increase their circulation just to recover the $5 million.
The audited figures for Playboy indicate that its total monthly circulation is about 4 million copies, and that's about where it has been for a long time. Gone are the days when that figure was 8 million.
Finally, it's reasonable to assume that this woman would sell out for a great deal less than $5 million. Consequently, one would reason that this offer as it has been recounted here simply didn't happen.
Sep 28th 2010 10:27PM Two Christmas ago, I bought my wife a Kodak 10.3 mpx MX1063 digital camera from Target. It teplaced a Sony Mavica that we had bought at least 10 years before for about 600 bucks. It used floppy discs.
One would think that since Kodak all but invented the camera, they would at least be able to deliver a reasonably competent digital camera.
This thing and the program that it takes to download the pictures is a total nightmare. It is next to impossible to use, and the instructions that accompanyed it are no more than cryptic. DO NOT BUY A KODAK PRODUCT.