Mar 18th 2011 11:56PM He can not get sued as there is no patent available for scents, that is why you see knock offs and they are legal. He is using original names as they can be copyrighted. Jane you need to do a bit of business research and yes it is not www.mandles.com, it is http://www.mandleco.com/ Perhaps you are the one who needs the computer lessons.
Jan 12th 2011 1:55PM Wow, Many of you really did not read the artical at all just the headline and went straight to your comments. It was not the lack of dancing, it was that it was all about him, his feelings, his needs. He did not care that she wanted 1 dance, did not care that he crushed her feelings, more than that embarrased her in front of her family and friends. Yes clearly this man was a winner. caring, sweet, doting, loving. I am sorry, but was his foot broken? Was he stuck in a wheel chair? Was he tapped to the chair he was sitting in? Hmmmm sounds like he was lazy, inconciderate, and self absorbed. She is better off without him. Sometimes we reveal our true selves in a single moment. Seems like that was the case for him!
Nov 23rd 2010 6:17PM With her being a minor, under the influence of alcohol, and saying "NO" loud enough for everyone to hear outside.... only 1 of those three are needed to classify it as rape. She had all three. I do not care if she slept with half of the school, if she says no even once, that is all it should take. The first round of judges were morons to let him off and the administrators are complete idiots. I am saying this as a teacher, I saw one of my students yell at another and made them apologize! And these morons want her to cheer for the guy who violated, raped, and threatened the life of her and the other party goers? In the post columbine age I am suprized he was not expelled simply for the threat.
Oct 11th 2010 8:30PM I agree with so much being said on here.As a teach I will agree with the fact that parents need to do their job, seriously DO THEIR JOB!!!!! You can sit around chatting with your friends be out all night, ignore your children and not expect the TV to raise your kids. You must be proactive, teach them your values and live by your values. Turn off what needs to be turned off or at the very least explain your feelings about the video and how you think she is devaluing herself.
Now not looking at this like a teacher, but someone who has at least one foot in reality, the chick is 17, what were you doing at 17? Now I was pretty tame, but most of my peers were at parties, binge drinking, and having sex. Shocked I know, teens do that stuff? What? Yes wake up to the fact that this is what happens in every part of America, whether your are fed by silver spoons are watching your parents trying to make ends meet. I was lucky that my parents taught me to value myself in a way that most girls are not. They are told to but they are shown otherwise.
Sep 27th 2010 7:41PM Those earrings are simply stunning!
Sep 19th 2010 3:09AM When your in a relationship, being faithful is a choice made every day. Biology or not it all comes down to a choice. Do you choose to respect the one you made a promise to, do you choose to honor that promise or not. If you do not than you love yourself more than your partner. It is that simple. People can either choose their beloved or themselves. It sounds like he choose himself.
Sep 10th 2010 5:47PM Actually, many restaurants will throw out a screaming or nasty adult as well. I teach, work retail and have been working with people my entire life. I teach many autistic children and have had no problem helping them to quiet down. Screaming children, adults, and cell-phoners should all be shown the door, this is not discrimination it is common sense. If a parent knowingly brings their child to a place where they are A. bored, B. not appreciated, or C. not willing to do their job as a parent then they are making a poor decision. I see in my store, parents who drag their kids around, bring no toys or coloring books and then smile as they chastise their child for touching our products. If I let my child wreck your home, you would be pissed. Why are they refusing to parent. If you bring your child, then bring toys, bring distractions, and walk them when they need to get up, hold them when they need a hug. This is not rocket science here!
Do you bring your children to your office? No? Why not? Are you discriminating against them? Do you go to the spa with your 2 year old in tow? What no? Why ever not? Because you would be tossed out on your ear, it is unfair to the child who is bored and to the others who paid good money to relax.
And speaking of Autism, it is a bit cruel to expect your Autistic child, ADD, ADHD child to sit unoccupied through an entire dinner when they can not do so at home. You clearly are more interested in getting the sympathy card for having a handicapped child than you are in seeing to it that their needs are met. It is the poor me syndrome boo hoo let me sue, rather than look at what it is that is making them unhappy. Perhaps they do not like the food, too much time to be still, no toys or movies, restricted movement; lots of noises to their sensitive hearing.... why are you torturing them to make your point?
Aug 18th 2010 9:46PM I have been teaching for ten years and never throw out the supplies at the end of the year. I have never seen my peers do so either, so I do not know where you get your information, but perhaps you should check before saying things simply to say them.
Aug 18th 2010 3:06PM Do you pay for your office supplies? If you work as a nurse, do you buy the bandages and medicines? If you work as a mechanic for a garage that you do not own, do you personally buy the auto parts? If you work at a grocery or retail place do you buy the clothing and items you sell? Do you supply the store with pens and pencils? No why is it that every other career works for the time they are paid, are given the supplies they will need for the job they are doing, but teachers are asked to pay for $1,000 in supplies? Work well into the night and weekend without extra pay, and make phone calls and e-mails on their own time, to parents who in many occasions don't give a crap about their kids or their education?
Just a thought
Aug 11th 2010 9:21PM I do not think she was lipsynching, however as a music teacher and vocal coach I am conserned at some of her techniques. She is recreating the adult sound by placing it in the wrong place. It is all coming through her nose, listen to those first few moments you can hear it there. The way she gasps after the phrases, is a tell that she is lacking the lung capacity to do these kinds of songs for more than one at a time. She will have to be careful and well managed in order to not ruin her voice.
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