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Oct 15th 2011 12:22PM You need to think more seriously about the real problem you are causing allowing your dog to do this.
I'm sure you love your dog. Why allow him to slowly kill himself? Keep any chocolate away from him.
My young niece loved her dog and wanted it to be happy, so, as she claimed with a smile, I only gave her a little!
All that meant was that the dog was going to die down the road, after several times of "ONLY A LITTLE".
Keep your dog safe, and you will be able to love it for a long time.
Jul 4th 2011 4:19PM I tried something similar to the cornmeal idea. I was told Oatmeal and/or Grits would do the same thing. Did Not Work! They quickly even stopped taking it and I had to clean up the mess!
May 13th 2011 4:06PM "foxy..", read the article again. It was only women, and they were in England. Puts a whole different light on the subject, doesn't it? They may want to shrivel up and die young, but we don't!
The only thing that this article has accomplished is letting StyleList know if we are reading their stuff. They get ratings too, just like TV. And they had to know that this would incite us to comment and make them look good. (But not if they are in a swimsuit at 62...) The whole article should be read, then dumped. Take a real survey of everyone from everywhere, especially the men. It might not get the comments, but, at least, it would make more sense.
May 13th 2011 3:33PM Brenda, I was going to suggest we could just skip the bathing suit, sexy or not, but then I re-read the article. They surveyed only women, and British women at that. Now, if they surveyed the men, from anywhere, you would get a different picture. At 70, the stilettos don't work physically, but you can bet I am still going to look better wearing tall ones. And my bathing suit isn't bad either!
May 13th 2011 3:20PM Great comment! Wish I thought of it first. Can I be second in line for that job? My heels won't be stilettos @ 70, but tall enough to make me look much better, than the drabs in flats. And I won't have to show my boobs to look good, but you'll see me coming. You might even see my ponytail if it looks OK with the rest of the outfit.
May 13th 2011 3:06PM Good for you, Willie, for supporting her AND GOOD FOR HER! She will stay young feeling a heck of a lot longer than others who don't.
Mar 13th 2011 1:32PM Guys,I totally agree! Everytime I see those letters, I get aggravated and push the "report" button. But it becomes more and more obvious that they say they will check out that email, but they obviously do not. If they are not going to check the email, why bother with the "Report This". And how many times do we have to complain before they block this person. It ruins the comments for a lot of us.
Yo ding dong, we are tired of this. If you can't leave a sincere comment about the article, PLEASE GO AWAY. YOU MAKE US WANT TO STOP READING COMMENTS. And it is sad that you can't get a life and leave us alone.
MyDaily and Aol and all the others really let us down by continuing to print this nonsense.
Mar 6th 2011 12:38PM Every one of you who are defending the use of the word are obviously adults who are fortunate enough to not have a child with a disability. If you did, it would rip your heart out every time you tried to explain to your child why those people want to hurt them.
As an adult, yes, it is easy to overlook it. But, a child suffers from it, and so does the parent who loves and tries to protect them.
I wish you could walk a mile in their shoes. Your responses would be so different.
Mar 6th 2011 12:24PM You are very fortunate. You do not have a child with a disability. If you did, your heart would hurt every time you hear the word used at someone. My daughter was socially immature. It tore my heart out when other people, mostly her age, called her retarded. She did not understand why they wanted to hurt her because she was always good to others and thought they would be the same to her. And for the record, she made straight A's thru school and college. Only when you knew her would you realize she did not deserve to be hurt like that. The older she got, the more people would come to her defense. But, it would still hurt so much that I know you people don't understand and won't unless you walk a mile in her shoes. Or mine. I applaud what this Mother is trying to do, because I understand the hurt. I will and have done my part and will continue to try to make people understand, as I do, that you can be an unkind person without even realizing how much, just by using that word directed at someone.
KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK, MOM.
Mar 5th 2011 12:11PM I agree about walmart's strategy to keep moving things around so you will have to look and might see something else you like.
As far as grocery items, I always shop based on what is on sale that week at Publix. Yes, Publix. They are the best price you can get for that week, and neither Walmart nor Target can even come close. We have a Walmart Super Center a block from Publix, and they have started reducing their prices temporarily based on what Publix has on sale. But even then, they don't beat them, and I don't even find Target trying to compete.
You might have to change your menus around for that week, unless you have a freezer, BUT, for the difference in savings by buying this way, it is worth it. I usually save 10 to 20 dollars this way and if I compare it to what I would have spent at Walmart or Target, it would have cost a lot more. So if you are a smart shopper and take the time to see what the other stores have on sale, you can beat the prices of both stores!
Makes sense to me!!!