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Oct 19th 2011 12:44AM Seriously?!? Being that thin you look like a corpse, no "young" or "older" about it!!
Jun 28th 2011 3:35AM Oh my...it just might be. Let's wait a few more months and see, shall we?
Jun 22nd 2011 7:33PM Funny! Nicole is soooo over bimbo Paris. Priorities change when you have kids and Nicole moved on...good for her! Paris is and will always be a dumb~ss.
Jun 17th 2011 9:30PM Well no duh, sh!thead!!!
May 26th 2011 11:39PM Kim...you disgust me!
Apr 25th 2011 5:58PM I'm sorry, but Elton John could sing for his own baby on his 1st birthday...with EJ's voice anyone elses would just make his baby cry. This guy, on the other hand has a very good voice with nice pitch and a decent falsetto range (that is, once he caught the groove into the first number - before that he sounded horribly nervous and off key). All-in-all a great stand out performance! Too bad 'gimicks' play such a roll, but is the rule of the day now.
Mar 12th 2011 7:34PM I can't believe I just read this article!! I'm gonna go wash my brain out with soap now and cry that I just wasted another minute of my life reading something about Charlie Sheen. Sheesh...when will I learn!
Feb 20th 2011 11:07AM Chris, my-my stupidity rides high...climb down off that high-horse and join the real world. In case you hadn't noticed everyone's name is derived from something and just because you don't like original names doesn't mean you can squat and dump on a parents right to name their child what they please. Read the US Constitution some time. This is supposed to be a free country (for a little while longer anyway) and while I agree you have the right to express your opinion so do I...keep your useless and obtuse opinion to yourself!
Jan 14th 2011 9:17AM So I guess I could actually use this on my next job interview. What is my greatest weakness, "Politely correcting the use of archaic language hopefully to the benefit of my employer and to me, as well." That will definitely get them to ask "Can you explain?"...answer, "The term 'greatest weakness' is a negative connotation and should be replaced with "What skill could I improve on to make me a more viable candidate." That would prompt them to reply with the same question (cuz it's a good question and they can't resist using it)...I could then answer the question more accurately. All we need sometimes is for the words to be changed around.
Jan 14th 2011 9:01AM Yes! Yes! Yes! I've been saying this for years, Zaxxon! When I would interview people that is the exact the thing I would ask them. "Knowing what you know is required of the job, what skill do you currently have that would best qualify you for the job?" Using this phrasing weeds out the dumbass answers like sex and chocolate. Then follow that question up with "Knowing what you know is required of the job, what skill would you need to improve to be more successful at it?" When the interviewing process steps out of the caveman era, the interviewee is 1) taken of guard cuz they're so used to the same crappy questions and 2) whenever you rephrase a question toward the positive you always get more honest answers. When I changed my interview approach my candidates stepped up to the plate and I got more useful answers.