Feb 9th 2011 9:37PM ...And to boot, who wears white after Labor Day? That in itself deserves house arrest.
Jan 29th 2011 1:14AM Dear Mr. McMurphy: You've brought a grown-man to tears. Thank you for your poignant essay on these outstanding guys. May God continue to bring solace to "The Ten"s' family and friends.
Jan 24th 2011 11:12PM I'm also a "W" and, to boot, was one of the last-placed in the shortest-to-tallest category in school. Talk about your double-whammy.
Dec 16th 2010 9:36PM Ms. Ryder is talented, and yes she has made mistakes, but Gibson's just a plain PIG.
Dec 16th 2010 8:16AM I mean, "like" c'mon people, let's start "thinkin' outside the box"; can't we "bring something new to the table" here?
Dec 9th 2010 3:51AM What a scumbag. Firstly: He says the "alcohol had not gotten into my system yet." That is so bogus. Because as a recovering alcholic I have learned that its content is introduced into the system immediately. Secondly, a yellow traffic light means "proceed with caution," not "speed-up before it changes to red"; and possibly avoiding an accident. Lastly, how dare this man (and I use that term loosely) rail against this woman in death. If he were truly innocent he would showing his utmost respect for her and her family, and not just be worried about covering his sorry ***.
Dec 7th 2010 7:56PM This is in reply to “Allen,” “JumboTweep” and “Cowboy“: First, to “Allen“: I myself am gay and take offense to the term “homo.“ That being said I, agree with your disdain for pedophiles. It’s a heinous act to prey on under-aged males. P.S. Other than that, you do sound like a swell “hetero” guy. Now onto “JumboTweep”: I agree with your message of “just find yourself a consenting [legal] male; problem solved.” Finally to “Cowboy”: A high-five to you. Keep loving your brother as I’m sure he loves you.
Dec 3rd 2010 8:43PM Hmmm. Another "homo" movie you say? Guess I should give the heads-up to my merry band of "hetero" friends.
Dec 3rd 2010 3:14AM Hmmm. Lee Harvey Oswald's original casket? Seems to need the citing an an old standard: "If you believe that, I've got a bridge to sell you." But if this coffin is indeed a genuine piece of history why not place it in the Texas School Book Depository Museum in Dallas.
Dec 3rd 2010 3:02AM Hmmm. Lee Harvey Oswald's original casket? Citing an an old standard: "If you believe that, I've got a bridge to sell you." But if this coffin is indeed a genuine piece of history why not place it in the Texas School Book Depository Museum in Dallas.
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