May 8th 2011 12:25PM lol is that his girlfriend or his child?
Apr 25th 2011 2:44PM "It essentially gauges the treatment of women"
Doesn't sound like a study about equality. Sounds like a study that is itself, sexist. Gauge the treatment of both sexes rather than just one, and perhaps the title would be factual. The US is one of the most sexist countries in the world today, but that is now to the detriment of men, not women.
Apr 9th 2011 3:11PM If he were smart he would've got Charlie Sheen for the part.
Mar 16th 2011 12:24PM It's unfortunate that she is so insecure. Has she really never even seen the show before?
Mar 14th 2011 12:36PM Great misleading story. They wrote it like he was a deadbeat dad who refusing to go to his childrens' birthday. His piece of crap wife has a restraining order on him to keep him from being there with his kids on important days like this.
Feb 26th 2011 12:30PM I'm glad to hear that you were one of the lucky ones, but don't be so naive. Most single mothers do not handle things as well as you claim your mother did. I personally can't even imagine growing up in a household where my mother wasn't around for me and my sister. Living in day cares, being raised by nannies or by the TV while my mother was off trying to pay the bills. I wouldn't have near the appreciation I have for my mother if she were out working all day like my father.
Don't get me wrong, I appreciate my father for supporting us, but nothing matches my appreciation for my mother, who stayed home and raised us personally day in and day out, rather than leaving every day for a job.
Feb 18th 2011 8:10PM I like how she is now acting like the innocent "balanced" one in the relationship. When a few years back all the stories were about her and her psychotic outbreaks, Sheen didn't go on any talk shows acting all high and mighty about the ordeal. Now that Sheen is the one in the news, though, she's certainly taking the opportunity to make herself seem level-headed and responsible.
However, some of us still remember she's a nutjob.
Feb 15th 2011 1:22PM Why should a flirting boss ever scare you or make you uncomfortable? Are you afraid that person is going to rape you?
Legitimate question. I'm a guy and I've never encountered a situation with a female boss because women in high roles are pretty rare in most businesses, but in the event I did, I couldn't see myself becoming fearful or letting it get me down. If anything I'd just see it as a little ego boost and continue on with my work. Big deal.
Feb 15th 2011 3:35AM Judging by the last sentence of the article, I'm convinced I just read an ad. Seriously, what a strange and just plain dumb story to write about, Just trying to get hits so they can tell people about their stupid giveaway.
Feb 15th 2011 3:27AM So wait, this girl who says she doesn't even go on dates is going to teach women about how to find a husband? Yes, "JWooww" I'm sure your countless experiences of hooking up with guys in clubs as all of America has witnessed, makes you the perfect candidate to tell women how to find a man that is looking for a long term relationship.
Unless the book is one sentence long. "Just do the exact opposite of everything you've ever seen me do". That would be the best advice you could give a woman looking for a long term relationship.
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