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Jul 11th 2011 9:44AM Quite an accomplishment for a starlet who can't sing or act. She turned lemons into lemonade and for that she has been justly rewarded. Cudos to her.
May 5th 2011 8:13AM Interesting to watch a person self implode. Here is a person who is in serious need of psychiatric care and there is no way to predict which road he will take in the future. David Koresh and Jim Jones were seriously mentally ill people who decided that suicide was better than living on earth. I sense that Glenn Beck is headed in the same direction, obviously with a different prupose in mind, but headed in the same direction none the less.
May 4th 2011 7:32PM In one of the first TV shows Jesse did, his then blonde and buxom wife was trying to keep the business together but Jesse was hell bent on running the business his way, which was into the ground. I felt sorry for his wife and son who appeared in the episode and I felt that Jesse was really a person with not too much happening between his ears. I think he is a gold digger and could never make it on his own. A real loser.
Apr 19th 2011 8:25AM A Lindsay Lohan wannabe...........ya think?
Apr 12th 2011 9:23AM CoQ10 has another added benefit. For those of you who are taking statin drugs for cholesterol, a 200 mg. capsule of CoQ10 taken with the statin drug will eliminate leg cramps.
Feb 21st 2011 10:45AM With absolutely no proof, I just have a gut feeling that Elizabeth Hurley is a b*t*h. Just not a nice person. Of course, I could be wrong.
Feb 20th 2011 3:43PM For the life of me, I could never understand why people buy bottled water. This week, I was in the supermarket line and a woman was in line with one item and one item only, a 24 case of bottled water. I let her go ahead of me since she only had one item, the case of water. I told her she could save many trips and money and be more environmentally friendly if she bought a reverse osmosis system from Sears. I am on my second system as the first crapped out after five years and the second one has a montor to tell me when to change filters. The original system cost under $200 and filters cost about $44/year. Filter replacement could be more with more use. The water is delicious and chemical free. I live in a community with really hard, highly chlorinated, stinky water. The Sears system is not totally "green" as it takes four gallons of water to yield one gallon of high quality drinking water. I don't use thousands of plastic bottles a year and I don't have to burn gas to pick up bottles of water. I bought some water containers and fill them up and keep them in the fridge. Seems to me to be a better idea than the old way of buying water in bottles in the supermarket. I used that system for many years but the reverse osmosis water system seems to be a better way to get a drink of great tasting water.
Feb 18th 2011 8:40AM In Paramus, NJ, when Dick's Sporting Goods opened up in the Linens N Things empty building, two competitors, with two stores each became vulnerable, Ramsay Outdoor and the Sports Authority. As I have shopped all three named stores, IMO Dick's will be the only survivor.
Also, how many times does KMart think they can redo their stores and think that they will survive against WalMart and Target?
Feb 15th 2011 3:52PM Her lips look like they were sucking on a Texas watermelon.
Feb 14th 2011 7:32PM Jaba is a classic case of a young and talented pitcher being ruined by the club, the fans, and the media. He is toast and it isn't his fault. Young pitchers need to establish an identity and a position on a ball club where they feel a level of comfort and confidence. The club, unfortunately, likes to screw around with the psyche of a young player and destroy that level of comfort that gives him confidence. What did Jaba lose? He lost a little off his fast ball and he lost his confidence because the club, the fans, and the media screwed with his head. Another potentially great talent down the drain. What a shame.