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Mar 28th 2011 6:51PM C'est la vie.
Mar 25th 2011 2:31PM It's not her size, it's her personality-she'd be a pig if she was a size 2. He's no prize, either. They deserve each other.
Mar 21st 2011 6:16PM Well that makes two of us-I'm kind of terrified to watch.
Nov 19th 2010 8:35PM There's a Ben Franklin in Oberlin, Ohio
Nov 11th 2010 9:53PM They're terrific and if done correctly it's perfectly safe. The problem is there's no accounting for the stupid things people do. And, goose-the bird should be dry and the oil isn't boiling. But there you go.
Sep 26th 2010 9:12AM Is anyone else thinking this guy doesn't look like enough of a catch to have one wife let alone four? I'd have to be pretty indoctrinated to bed down with that nasty man.
FWIW, the third wife from the left looks like she's going to be trouble...
Sep 16th 2010 4:15PM The words Tom Brady and male model should not be used together without the word 'not'. He's not attractive-he's got serial-killer crazy eyes and he reminds me of an old David Bowie song 'he looks like a man but he smiles like a reptile'.
There are plenty of cuties in the NFL but Tom isn't one of them.
Sep 16th 2010 8:00AM I agree some make too much, but 60K? For all that talent, hard work and physical punishment? Tell that (if you could) to Mike Webster or Earl Campbell. How many of our heros are in chronic pain or passed on too soon because they played hard? No, that's not enough, but I'll agree a kazillion dollars for a prima donna is too much.
I enjoy a physical game but I also don't want some guy to suffer a lifetime of pain for my entertainment. We need to keep the hits clean and the players safe.
Sep 14th 2010 3:34PM Just because you're twenty doesn't mean you've been through any grammar lessons, either.
Sep 14th 2010 3:27PM I agree, 20-somethings and their *lifelong* regrets. I'd be much more interested in those from people 50-60+, people who have had a chance to do some real living. When I think of what was important to me in my 20s, it's laughable. With the exception of the one whose boyfriend died and the one who worried her parents, they were all about losing some guy. I bet if you asked them in 10 years they'd probably be glad he was gone.
Real regrets are when you've harmed another being, or, if it's going to be about you, that you didn't realize your potential as an independent person-not that you missed out on a guy who would 'make you complete'.
Far from 'not being able to click away', the list was ultimately forgettable.