Feb 12th 2011 9:20PM Amazing - Obviously these parents can't control their child since they allowed him to grab the tray. An adult is much taller then a four year old so the child should never have been able to reach the tray and if he's so inclined to be such a misbehavior, the parents should have been more careful. Also permanent scarring from the cheese - I doubt it. Worked for McDonalds in my teens for 4 years and burnt my arm on french fry baskets several times - no permanent scarring, and you are talking very hot burning oil. As for the guy in the wheel chair - well he should already know his limitations and should have asked more questions before boarding the ride. Also, he must be getting quite a benefit of public tax payers dollars to be able to go to Disney. I can't afford to go there.
Dec 30th 2010 8:25PM Stop beating yourself up trying to figure out what to serve your child. My husband and I were brought up that you ate what was put on your plate or you went hungery. We never questioned what we got to eat. We just ate what was put in front of us to keep from being hungry. Your child will learn the difference between being fussy about what they eat and being hungry to the point they will eat whatever is put in front of them. Try it a few times and you will find your child will eat what is put in front of them to eat.
Nov 10th 2010 9:00PM Glad to see Wendy's is trying to improve. Years ago their burgers were hot and dripping with great flavor. The last time I ate at Wendy's which has been a few years now, the buns were cold, the meat dry and the overall taste was lousy, and their french fries seemed under cooked. Glad to see they are offering a toasted bun for their hamburgers. Makes a world of difference in taste, but I also hope they understand that not everyone wants a double 1/4 pound burger to eat. Good luck Wendy's. Hope you can bring it back up to the standards your founder intended it to have.
Nov 3rd 2010 10:18PM If you want to consume raw milk and cheese products that is your choice. But if you get sick and don't have your own healthcare or money to pay for your medical care when you do get sick then please do not ask the tax payers to help pay your medical costs.
Pasturization of milk and cheese products was put into place many, many years ago when it was realized that unpasturized milk and cheese can make you sick.
Those pushing their untreated products on you are putting you at risk.
Sep 9th 2010 9:06PM Sonja
You have never paid a PMI on your home??????? Do you even know what PMI stands for. PMI is Principle and mortgage interest. Everyone who has a home loan pays PMI. A portion of your monthly morgage payment goes towards the principle to pay down the amount you purchased your home for. The mortgage interest is what you pay your lender for letting you get the loan to purchase your home. After about 15 years of paying your monthly mortgage payment more of your monthly payment goes towards the principle (The amount of the original loan - say you bought the house for $150,000) The rest still goes to the interest. If you truly do not have a PMI monthly payment I sure as heck would like to know who you got your loan from. Also this article this guy wrote is a bunch of BS. Scare tactics at it's best.
Aug 24th 2010 8:22PM Why would she put a bag over her head after taking so many drugs. If she took as many as they say she did then I can hardly believe she needed to put a bag over her head too. And, why did this doctor lie and try to cover up what happened? Why did he hide evidence and cover up part of the crime scene. I feel for the family and regret their loss, but if I were them I would be doing a lot of digging and tearing apart the docs story and the cops conclusion about what happened. I just don't think things are adding up right at all.
Aug 13th 2010 9:18PM Italians aren't the only one's who age well. I'm Polish and was asked to see my ID in a restuarant at the age of 50 when I ordered a beer with my meal. Every nationality has women and men who look way younger then their years. Good for them and may they continue to have a great life.
Aug 13th 2010 9:04PM Sorry but the pink sweater doesn't go with the dress which has bright reds and greens. Totaly mismatched. A long, hip length red cardigan or jacket would have looked better with the dress. Her new hairstyle looks good but I doubt she'll keep it going. She needs something more practicle for her lifestyle.
Jul 19th 2010 8:47PM Adele you are wrong about there and they're. In this quote from the writers content -
An era where there was talented people to watch on TV and in the movies.
The word there refers to an era, not the people. If you rewrote the sentence to read "An era where they're (they are) was talented people to watch on TV and in the movies doesn't work.
I remember the show and it was fun to watch and I feel for her hardships in life, but we all have hardships that no one would want to read about unless we were once famous.
Jul 16th 2010 12:00AM Male menopause (did Mel ever abuse his ex-wife). Has he hit the age where he has no control over his emotions or was he always that way. No mention of abuse happening with his ex, but then with six or seven kids she might of just kept her mouth shut. Seems to me that once he left his wife of 30 years for this new women he's currently with shows that his true side came out or this new women is trying to find a way to scam him out of millions. Never heard about Mel being a wife abuser before all this happened. I think the new girl in town planned this whole thing.