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Scott Hamilton Undergoes Brain Surgery for Benign Tumor

Jun 24th 2010 6:18PM Scott Hamilton is, and always has been, a great voice for the sport and art of figure skating. I watched him skate against all odds and win a Gold Medal in the 1984 Olympics, and went on to form and perform in Stars On Ice. Having fought testicular cancer, in he married Tracie Robinson, a nutritionist. The couple have two sons. He has singlehandedly done more for his sport than any other skating star to date. He has always behaved in an exemplary manner, and at 5'2 1/2", is a man who deserves to be looked up to. God bless Scott and his family, and return him to good health soon.

The Daily Fix: Rescue Anything from Your P-Trap

Feb 16th 2010 1:25PM That's why they invented things like alcohol and peroxide to sterilize things. I don't know about YOU, but I could not afford to replace a pair or even a single diamond stud.

Woman Sues Toyota Over 'Stalker' Marketing Campaign

Oct 17th 2009 1:24PM Your spew has absolutely nothing to do with the article written. As for Amber Duick, I think she is totally justified in suing Toyota and the advertising firm who came up with this ridiculous ad. In this day and age of computer stalking, it is childs' play to find where someone lives and to do them bodily harm. I'm quite sure it has already happened, and will continue to happen. Shame on Saatchi & Saatchi!

Gratuity Proves Tipping Point for Notre Dame Employee

Sep 16th 2009 5:37PM Bottom line: she knew it wasn't hers, and even if she "tried to contact" Notre Dame about the mistake, she had no right to spend that money, regardless of her "bad situation".

'Dirty Dancing' Star Remembers Swayze

Sep 15th 2009 10:07AM Scooby...I do remember that mini-series, it was the first thing I saw him in, and he was very good. I think the other person you may be thinking of is David Carradine, who passed away earlier this year. As I've said in my other posts, Patrick Swayze was a great actor, and more importantly, a great son and husband. He will be missed.

'Dirty Dancing' Star Remembers Swayze

Sep 15th 2009 9:54AM Trina, you are without a doubt a very bitter and angry person to have made such comments about a man who had a great career and was a thoughtful and sensitive man. Your comment about the drag queen was partially correct, although I doubt that you know this. In 1995, Patrick starred in a movie called, "To Wong Foo Thanks For Everything Julie Newmar" with Wesley Snipes and John Leguizamo. He had the rare ability to laugh at himself, which I feel sure you are lacking. God rest his soul, and angels speed him to his rest.

'Dirty Dancing' Star Remembers Swayze

Sep 15th 2009 9:49AM While Trina had it exactly WRONG about Patrick Swayze not being able to act, she did have the drag queen remark correct, although I'm sure she didn't mean to. Patrick played a drag queen in "To Wong Foo: Thanks For Everything, Julie Newmar", along with Wesley Snipes and John Leguizamo, from 1995. Patrick Swayze had that rarely-seen quality, being able to laugh at himself, and that will be missed. He was a wonderful actor and person, and I am deeply sorry his life has come to an end.

71-Year-Old Gold-Medal Winner Fights Off Attacker

Aug 31st 2009 4:43PM Go, Granny GO! This was a wonderful story! It's good that she was able to protect herself and to send a message to robbers all over: Don't underestimate women everywhere, of any age!

Blogger's Husband Is Annoying

Aug 22nd 2009 10:19PM Dan,

Men like you are why women don't listen to what you have to say. We're tired of being treated as though we don't have the brain-power to understand when we are being put down and our opinions are given no merit.

I still say that you are a lonely, frustrated man who may or may not have been married at one time, and for sur you don't have children, because no women would willingly carry your seed to fruition. I, on the other hand, am very happily married, with three grown children and one grandchild. I am not now nor have I ever been on anti-psychotic drugs, nor do I know many women who are. On the other hand, I personally know several men who do take such things.

As for women having all the power-no. Men are still running this world, and in my opinion (which you will denegrate) they have done a piss-poor job of it. Because of the decisions of men, this world is in desparte trouble. We're running out of fossil fuels, food, fresh air, fresh water, all of the resources which sustain us. Because of men, there are people starving to death when there is food being donated all around the world. Because on man's greed, children will starve and our future generations will languish in hunger and ignorance.

It is past time for men who think as you do to go away. The time when you could force women down under your thumbs is coming to an end, as we are no longer going to accept our children being starved, being denied education, being made to fight wars that MEN start, and most of all we are sick unto death of the status quo. Men like you are afraid of women, because we can and do carry life within our bodies, and sooner or later, we will evolve to the point where we don't need you. Go away.

Newlywed Turns 'Annoying' Marital Gripes Into Funny Tribute

Aug 22nd 2009 5:56PM I beg to differ with you. Tow of my sisters have been married for more than 20 years, one for 27 and the other just celebrated her 25th anniversary. Both couples are more in love than when they married, which is as it should be. If I had found my current husband 32 years ago, we'd be clelbrating our 33rd anniversary instead of our 3rd, and if God is good to us, then we'll live to celebrate at least 20. I'm soory that you have such a bleak outlook on marriage. When it's done right, it can and does last a life-time.


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