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Jun 11th 2013 5:06PM And exactly what are the "major damages" you speak of? Unless you got heatstroke or were physically injured, you got nothing. Being inconvenienced is not considered "damages", no matter what you think. If you read the article, you would have seen that they were not on the plane for four hours, either.
Apr 25th 2013 7:10PM Stories like this make me physically ill. The utter greed & hunger for money that people possess is despicable. This man is 91 years old & she is trying to evict him? If that eviction goes through, he should hire about 10 large, burly men with sledgehammers to knock every wall in the house down, put holes in the floors & destroy whatever's left so she'll have to spend more than what the house is worth to fix everything. She's a rag.
Mar 23rd 2013 2:11PM Insurance companies make me sick. They'll take your premiums for decades, then reject your claim & cancel your policy over something. If there was nothing written in this woman's policy, or if she was never sent anything from the insurance company with respect to dog breeds, then she's got a great lawsuit on her hands. We are being manipulated & screwed over by insurance companies: health insurance, auto insurance, homeowner's insurance. There is no regulation over insurance companies, which is bad. Rather than just canceling a homeowner's policy over a pit bull, what the insurance companies should do is just put a clause in the policy that states that no injuries/damages resulting from dog bites FROM ANY BREED will be covered. People freak out over pit bulls & Rottweilers, but any dog can bite if provoked or threatened. It's not the dog's fault or its owner's fault if there is a 2 year old kid yanking on its ears or taunting or threatening it to where it bites out of fear. Instead of trashing the breed, we need to start trashing the people who CAUSE the dogs to bite.
Jan 27th 2013 2:46PM Well, it doesn't look as if the house is in ill repair---he seems to be taking care of it. And I doubt that BOA gives a crap because the house is being maintained. Until BOA gets what they want for it, this guy will continue to live there. The neighbors are just jealous. I would think that eventually BOA will auction the house since it was a foreclosure--but it could take months for that to happen. If there is a law of "adverse possession" supporting him, no one can really do much about it. However, I find it hard to believe that BOA can't evict him. They are the legal owners, and should be able to come right in, change the locks and prevent him from entering. It just seems like because there are so many foreclosures in Florida, things like this are not being attended to by the bank. BOA probably has tens of thousands of foreclosures to deal with---many I'm sure that are older than this. It sounds like this guy is a bit of a head case, but he isn't bothering anybody.
Jul 28th 2012 12:21PM Oh brother----God forbid the family place any blame on their daughter for drinking herself into oblivion & deciding to try to slide down a 4-story banister. The mindset of "Let's sue the place that had this Halloween party" is absurd, and the lawyer & family should be sanctioned for filing a frivolous lawsuit. The way this family has acted is exactly why kids today are growing up with these giant entitlement syndromes----because they're not being held responsible for anything they do!! If the parents get a call from the school, they say "Not my child". If the child fails a class, the parents blame the teacher. If the child gets in trouble, they blame something or someone else. When parents begin teaching their children that their behavior warrants results that may not be good & that they have to learn to accept responsibility & be accountable for their actions, things will change. Nobody is going to tell you to stop drinking when they are making money from the sale of the alcohol----the person has to have the brains in their head to realize that they are drinking too much. No place should have to "baby-proof" so that full-grown adults don't do something stupid. This wasn't a day-care facility, for God's sake.
Jul 15th 2012 3:19PM The problem in this country is that our government & legal system does not advocate for the plaintiff. It is a system that is so hung up on "Innocent until proven guilty" that it has moved to the side of utter absurdity in favor of the guilty parties. Why on earth this family had to wage a legal war & spend God only knows how much money to get back in to their own home is downright unreal and ridiculous. If it were me, I would have gone into that home, changed the locks and threw all their stuff out into the garbage pile. "Abandonment" does not mean draining the pipes, moving somewhere else for employment reasons & keeping it on the market for sale. The court & legal system is so f***ed up, it is unbelievable. Our country & our "system" has become a laughing stock to every other country in this world. The simple fact that our own president & national government is not only overlooking very clear immigration laws that state a crime has been committed when someone enters this country illegally, they are fighting the states that want to actually act on implemented laws to protect their own land!! Soon, somebody that murders in cold blood won't be considered a criminal---they'll overlook those laws too.
Jun 16th 2011 8:46AM She can say what she wants, but I would put money on the fact that this had to do with a pre-nup that she didn't want to sign!! "It was moving too fast"???? Did she not think of that when he gave her that giant rock she wears on her finger? (That I'm sure she didn't give back to him.....that will sustain her for a while) Did she not think of that when she started the whole relationhip with him? She knew what kind of lifestyle he led, it's not like he was a private type of person, and all of a sudden having a televised wedding was a problem for her? I doubt that very much. This chick was nothing but a gold digger who would have been waiting tables for the rest of her life if it weren't for Hefner.
May 23rd 2011 6:21PM It can happen to anyone--not just the famous or "gifted". People need stop thinking this way.
May 21st 2011 5:22PM Whether this person is male or female, they have to lose some weight! Just because you became a man doesn't mean you can walk around with 50 extra pounds and consider yourself "masculine" because of it. Look at all the fat on his neck, and the belly hanging over his waist!! This "man" is seriously heading for a heart attack if he doesn't lose about 50 pounds!
Apr 30th 2011 10:00AM So, if Sarah is so horrible, why did she get full custody in the first place? The judge didn't even give Craig 50% custody, or supervised visits for Christ's sake! This freeloader is only trying to get some child support payments from her. How this couple's marriage fell apart is a shame, and I'm glad that Sarah found happiness and got married again.