Mar 15th 2012 9:50PM Life imitates art, and when the accepted standards for what constitutes "art" are as debased as they are in our current culture, this kind of behavior is inevitable.
Feb 27th 2012 5:57PM When he started out with the 49ers, he seemed like a well-balanced individual. He acted as a team player should and never shot off his mouth. But things changed soon, and the rest is very sad history. As Limbaugh says, T.O. never stopped being a child.
Dec 7th 2011 3:29PM Obviously not the mayor's home.
Feb 16th 2011 5:06PM Nice try . . . but it still sounds bad.
Feb 16th 2011 4:57PM And you think those government death squads will be more palatable?
Nov 7th 2010 1:36PM Typical of today's PC mentality. Gee whiz, we just might damage the self-esteem of the other schools' players if they actually had to suffer a defeat in the playoffs because of Sedalia's superiority. How are these kids ever going to learn that life is full of defeats and disappointments?
Oct 22nd 2010 6:49PM Just more of the usual double standard. Celebrities get off with a wrist-slap, while those of us among the less publicly adored would probably end up doing the jail time.
Oct 15th 2010 2:03AM So the argument boils down to whether "Muslims" pulled off 9/11 or whether an extremist fringe of Muslims pulled it off? Perhaps the latter is literally true, but how many Muslim church leaders in the U.S. and elsewhere actively and vocally condemned the 9/11 attacks after they occurred? Maybe someone else can enlighten me, but I don't remember much from those leaders except silence. For me, silence suggests approval.
Oct 14th 2010 8:51PM Agreed. All those drug ads on TV do is make people think they need every medication on the market -- and then their doctors no doubt get pressured big-time to "cough up" (pun intended).
Oct 14th 2010 8:37PM I'm afraid this sort of commercialism was inevitable once the state bar groups decided back in the '70s that it was ok for lawyers to advertise. What had been a profession, at least on the carefully cultivated surface, rapidly degenerated into a racket once the low-life was given permission to come out of the woodwork and reveal itself for what it was (and, in truth, had always been). Little wonder that lawyers occupy such a low position on the public totem pole of esteem nowadays. (By the way, we're also seeing a lot of ads now by doctors and dentists -- and these results really ARE scary much of the time.)
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