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Jul 26th 2010 5:21PM This is another good argument to have your child's fingerprints on file at home. Not just in case they get abducted. If the child is so injured that identification by sight is impossible, they can still get some fingerprints which someone in local law enforcement can compare quickly and easily. That's how we identify John Does who are brought in to the hospital or morgue, so why isn't it done when there is even the slightest possibility of a tragedy like this?
Jun 9th 2010 12:51PM Most brides who are so proud of their expensive, flouncy white dresses never seem to realize that to everyone else in the world, they pretty much look the same. Other than length and neckline, they are all just big white dresses. I always knew I'd wear a non-white dress when I got married, for just that reason. All the beading in the world doesn't change the fact that it's yet another white dress. My wedding dress ironically almost looks white in pictures, but was actually a light silvery grey, with buttons down the back that opened at the top and bottom to reveal a darker silvery grey. It was beautiful and more memorable than plain white. Kudos to those who wear what they like. By the way, I found a style I liked in a bridal catalog of mostly bridesmaid dresses and ordered it in the colors I wanted. There are a lot of bridesmaid dresses these days long and fancy enough to work as a wedding dress.
Jun 3rd 2010 5:49PM Facebook could easily mitigate this problem, by allowing users to create joint profiles. My hubby and I share a profile, and so do a ton of our friends, but you have to lie to do it, and create a weird name that no one can find, and it only shows one person's birthday, occupation, etc.
I guarantee that millions of people would flock to create such profiles, and it would allow our friends to find us better. With our illicit joint profile, there are exes of both of us on our friends list, and since we both can see what goes on with our profile, there is never a worry that the other is trying to "hook up." Plus, if your spouse objects to a joint profile, that should be your first warning sign that there is a problem in the marriage. Wonder if there's a FB page to get FB to allow joint profiles, and if not, should I start one?
May 18th 2010 8:29PM Okay, say it with me, what we're all thinking: "Wonder who the sperm and egg donor are." At the very least the egg donor. Guarantee that ain't her old egg that created that pregnancy. That's a case of donor egg and IVF if ever there was one. Why do celebrities give regular people the idea that this sort of thing happens naturally? It's just mean.
Apr 22nd 2010 8:45PM I used to have a dalmatian who got very carsick. It got worse and worse until she would throw up even from a 3 minute car ride. Interestingly enough, when I drove her home from getting spayed, the anesthesia made her even sicker than usual on the car ride home, and after that she didn't get carsick any more. It was as if once she had been through the worst carsickness, a regular car ride didn't seem so bad any more.
I agree that the drooling means she is uncomfortable, even if she isn't vomiting, but it is possible for her to adjust. You might get a low dose of medication from the vet for the longer rides until she becomes more confident about riding in the car without nausea. Some dogs overcome it and some don't. Hopefully that long trip helped her get past it.
Apr 17th 2010 12:52PM Really, these plans call for a mattress to be plopped down on top of a shiny wood platform?? Did they think that through at all? Clearly Aniston's mattress is set inside the frame at least partially. Otherwise, every time she went to sit on it (or other things), the mattress would slip around on the platform. Guess they don't think readers are smart enough to figure that out, or to build a platform with an inset area for the mattress.
Jan 21st 2010 9:40PM The author is acting shocked that Julianne Moore would be involved in the whole girl-on-girl kissing thing. Why? She's done it in movies before, at least as far back as "The Hours." And really, so what?
Nov 10th 2009 11:26AM Would have been more believable and useful if she'd actually used a model with dark circles and a blemish or two.
Oct 30th 2009 3:03PM Okay, I'm a real viewer in Bakersfield, and I will tell anyone who asks (and anyone who doesn't) this movie was bad. Boring. Not scary. It had so much potential, and we kept waiting for something interesting to happen that never really did. It is such a copycat of Blair Witch, but without the originality and actual fear inducement that made Blair unique. Was nothing but setup for almost an hour, and then the actual "scary parts" were lame and completely predictable. Holes you could drive an 18-wheeler through. Ugh. Could have been great but missed by a mile. I recommend it as Netflix rental at best.
Oct 27th 2009 12:43AM Why didn't they give the right option: SAW IT AND HATED IT!! Wow it is so bad. The hype is just that: hype. This is Blair Witch but not as good and not at all original. I loved Blair Witch but hated this movie. My husband hated Blair Witch and hated this movie. It was boring and the parts that could have been made good missed the opportunity every time. My husband is a jumper at scary movies and never jumped once. Please don't see this movie unless you put it on your Netflix queue. Do not pay to rent it or see it in a theater. I am begging you! You will thank me.