Sep 15th 2010 11:06PM I think that Kate is ambitious and that's great. She's obviously worked hard to get in the shape that she's in. I think it's interesting when people call her a man hater. On the show, sure, she got loud and stern with Jon, but the guy was rarely with the program. He walked around with his head in the clouds...If I had 8 children depending on me and my husband, you can bet I would expect a lot of myself AND of him. She was never shown to be some lazy prima donna who didn't pull an equal share of the weight...
and as for taking her show off of the air so that she can disappear from the spotlight, I hope that doesn't happen! I adore her kids. It's so neat watching them grow up, and they really seem to love being on the show. The proof of the child rearing is in the kids. They seem very well adjusted and normal to me! Sure, Maddie is going through the normal pre-teen stuff, but that's true for most pre-teen girls.
Jul 17th 2010 7:04PM One step closer to cars that can drive themselves, and navigate traffic effortlessly! I can't wait. Won't road trips be great when you don't have to stop off to sleep, and can just take a nap while your car does the driving? I loved the Jetsons, and I LOVE living in a time where most of the gadgety dreams that the Jetson's inspired are coming to fruition.
Jul 17th 2010 7:00PM Ford's Sync (so far, the only system that is built into a car) is hands free, which means you are talking to it and telling it what to do. I think that this is more safe than actually using your hands to operate a device. People do text, talk, whatever while driving. Better to have them do it without using their hands! Also, while on road trips, it is nice to have information available to you. The driver doesn't necessarily have to be the one who operates the device, but wouldn't it be nice to know that there is a car accident that is blocking off traffic ahead, and there is an alternate route that will save you hours? Or perhaps if you are traveling in a group, and one of the vehicles in your group becomes separated in an unfamiliar city, wouldn't it be nice to have an ap that could help you find that person easily?
Jul 17th 2010 6:53PM As long as the car's computer and the auxillary computer that runs the aps aren't allowed to communicate, there is no way for a virus to be transmitted that could take over the car's acceleration and braking controls, etc. The computer that runs your car is not wireless, so there would have to be an actual wire connection to a computer that was wireless or hooked up to the internet in some way. Hope that puts your mind at ease!
Jun 19th 2010 2:25PM You are kidding, right? This article is clearly just celebrating the humor that is a part of daily life. What teenager/young adult didn't think that their parents were totally uncool, and that they "ruined their life?" What kid didn't think that their dad was the smartest strongest guy on earth? What adult doesn't realize that their parents are human beings with human flaws who have helped to shape them into the people that they are today? Of course, I'm not speaking of absentee or worse fathers, but seriously, in a healthy family, there is room for some healthy humor. There's nothing wrong with this article. Laugh a little.
Sep 25th 2009 4:51AM Rose,
This happened in Indonesia, and I would strongly suspect that the woman didn't have access to ultrasound technology. Also, just because the baby was large doesn't mean that his lungs and other organs were fully formed. It's always better for a baby to be full term, if possible.
May 25th 2009 6:36PM My dogs used to eat Breeder's Choice "Health Food for Dogs." I loved feeding them this food. Their coats were so shiny, and they didn't have that "dog" smell. It's a food for all stages of life, so it works for puppies through seniors. Also, for cats, Felidae II cat and kitten formula balanced out my cats weight and make her shiny and soft.
Jan 11th 2009 12:17AM I see what you mean about the physical stuff initially...if someone isn't "attractive" (which can mean a gigantic array of things, I know I've been attracted to guys who weren't by the book hotties), good luck finding someone willing to give you a chance. The only problem is that a chance, or maybe some action between the sheets, does not mean that a thing will last. I agree with this article that for something to be lasting, physical attraction is the least meaningful part of sex appeal. I was, if I do say so myself, super hot in my 20's. I'm 6' tall and man, was I thin. Now that I'm in my early 30's, I've got a little more, um, I'll call it cushion. I attracted my wonderful husband 4 years ago and he really likes the junk in my trunk even though he appreciated me when I was about 20lbs lighter. The fact is, though, if our attraction weren't deeper than they physical, it probably wouldn't have survived the 20 lbs I've gained or the future aging that he and I are sure to experience (you know, if we don't have a fatal car crash or anything equally deadly). Sure, being physically attractive gets you in the door, but being smart, funny, caring and creative gets you down the aisle and keeps things interesting enough to be lasting. I think that's what this article is getting at.
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