Nov 4th 2009 7:45PM I love celebrities. They taste like chicken!
All kidding aside, these delusional stars don't seem to realize that if no one eats domestic animals which are raised for their meat, there's no reason for them to exist and no money to care for them. These are not wild birds that can actually fend for themselves, so you can't just "release" them. Nor are most people going to pay for these animals to live out their lives. Sheesh.
Feb 17th 2009 12:42AM Sheba--hate to tell you, but my wife thinks I don't look either. Respect means not ogling like a classless clown, drooling and yelling "look at the rack, nice to meet them, er-you". You can see, appreciate and move on without making a production of it. Doesn't mean that you can't still respect the person--I've certainly heard enough women going on about a guy's butt, legs, abs, strong hands, etc.
Feb 10th 2009 9:30PM Wow, geeks had a hard enough time propagating. Now, there's even less incentive for the to try.
Feb 2nd 2009 10:25PM Considering I wouldn't be able to drive the car for six months of the year here, I'll go with the model, Alex. Maybe she'll keep me warm those six months...
Feb 2nd 2009 10:23PM Working with criminal masterminds here. Put them in jail where they can learn how to run the Nigerian scam.
Jan 17th 2009 12:11AM He's 15! He's NOT a kid who doesn't know right from wrong. Kids laugh off detention.
Theft is an appropriate charge. Had he shoplifted this in Wal-mart or some other chain he'd be charged; why should it be different if he does it at school? However, a punishment of 50 hours or so in the cafeteria also seems an appropriate punishment.
Bail him out of this now and he could be the next Enron or AIG exec...
Jan 11th 2009 11:36PM Kay (#6) They're only given food as you've described in solitary confinement. Most jails and prisons have cafeterias, so yes, the stronger could steal from the weaker. Think how labor intensive it would be to go to every cell, drop off trays and come back later to get them; not cost effective and prisons are always about the cost.
Jan 10th 2009 7:24PM Dumpster diving, the college fave. When one of my buddies moved off-campus, he drove around town, got furniture for the living room, lumber to build a bedroom set, washer and dryer, and microwave. Granted, he's handier than most, but all the washer and dryer needed were new belts. Wonder if he's still a treasure hunter now that he's married and has children.
Jan 9th 2009 12:02AM Couldn't help but notice a woman's name is attached to this article.
My wife does #3 and #9. I suppose you're saying I should be a happy, happy guy, right? Guess what? I cook and clean more than my wife does, as well as cover the "man stuff"--vehicle and home maint, and I put the toilet seat down.
Articles like this just get all the man-bashers all riled up so they can spew their invective. After all, the man should take care of the woman with no thought for himself, right? Sounds like all you man-bashers who are criticizing the article have just decided that the men should adopt the stereotypical 1950's housewife view, then will run of on the back of Dirk's motorcycle because we're "not manly enough".
Oct 26th 2008 9:31AM Van Gogh had other issues and would likely have cut off his ear if he'd been drinking beer, gin, wine, whisky, or any other alcohol that lowers inhibitions and increases pain tolerance.
Seems historically speaking, it was the wine and cognac producers who created the "madness" myth to scare people away from the cheaper, more popular absinthe. Along the line of the US government's "Reefer Madness" film to scare kids away from marijuana...
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