Feb 27th 2011 11:57AM Yeah, I'd pay to see that. Looks a lot better than 99% of the crap they are passing for movies these days.
Aug 26th 2010 10:44PM My favorite is, I was once a life lesson. I was working as a clerk at a grocery store when a women and her son came up to me. She pointed at me and said to the boy "See what happens when you don't do well at school"
Jul 26th 2010 1:12PM I recently saw a new Orbit ad, I don't think that is Ms. Branch. Has she been replaced? P. S. Check out the "Exersist"(?) ad on you tube where a orbit girl look-a-like is trying to Regan (?) to have a "Good Clean Feeling".
Jun 21st 2010 10:15AM Sort of like Pauline Kale years back when she, in the same column, gave a positive review of "Zoro, the gay blade" and a negative to "Star Wars". The guy who gave "Johna Hex" a positve and "Toy Story 3" a negative should have about the same impact.
May 25th 2010 10:08PM #4 says that buying tickets online will only knock off a few bucks. A one day park hopper that the window will cost over $100.00. If you go on line and buy 10 tickets with the no expirection opption, it comes to around $50.00.
May 23rd 2010 11:53AM I'm a bit confused. Pam woke up and the entire previous season was a dream. But, some of the events that happened in the last season were in this season (i.e. they happened in the "Dallas" reality). Is Pam a witch? (And speaking of witches, how about Dick York taking over for Dick Sargent with no explanation or anything).
May 22nd 2010 2:25PM I just blocked on my nephews name. And your screaming because she mixed up two men?
May 19th 2010 7:24PM From the picture, those look a lot more like beef ribs than pork. While I'd balk at paying over $8.00 for pork, I would gladly pay that for well cooked beef ribs.
Mar 2nd 2010 11:37PM Puerto Rico is not a state, it's a principality. IE, the land is owned by the US but we haven't incorporated it into statehood yet.
Mar 2nd 2010 11:23PM Get ready for my sob story (cue the violins). I work for all of $7.50 an hour. Not only that, but it's not full time work (if they gave us 40 hours, they would have to pay benefits. So, they keep us at 37-39 hours). Not only that, but they won't fire us (you see, the way it works is the employer has to pay 1/2 of unemployment). If they want to get rid of us, they cut us to 1 or 2 hours a week and wait for us to quit. Not only that (by the way, this is all true) but the heater has been broken for 3 weeks and because of the coolers and freezers (it's a grocery store), it's often 5 to 10 degrees colder than outside. As a result, around 1/3 of our staff has gotten sick without benefits to pay for a doctors visit (have to wait till you get really sick and get taken to the emergency room). At least I have a job, which is more than I can say for a lot of people right now. One of the problems with the stimulus package is who it goes to. This is basically a tickle down act. Now, trickle down may (repeat may) work during good time, but during bad it lays there like a lox. The money is given to banks, wall street and CEO's and the theory is they will use this money to build up the business and spread it to the workers. Yea, right. They will pocket the money and just make what they have left work harder. I think the Smothers Brothers (ask you parents) may have been right, It's been 200 years since our last revolution, it's about time for another.
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