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May 18th 2011 9:39AM I used to have a figure like their's but marriage, children and time will always change it. You'll see.
Apr 30th 2011 12:06AM Jude, I have to agree with you!! When I saw her today on TV I also thought someone had thrown a molding pancake on her head. Just one of some of the horrible hats worn but then some were really quite pretty.
Mar 22nd 2011 6:45AM It seems to me that since man began to walk upright, they have had a desire to worship something...anything. Rocks, cows or bugs would be made sacred and worshipped. Then, someone came up with the idea that there should be only one god, Recently a person toasted a slice of bread and imagined he saw the image of Christ in it (as he believes Christ looked according to where on the planet he lives) and wants to proclaim that the toast is sacred. (I read about that a few weeks ago.) It's said that Jesus died on the "cross" for us to have everlasting life. The cross then became sacred and we wear these ornaments often as necklaces to express our religious philosophies. Why is the cross so special? Hammering criminals to cross-shaped structures was one of the Romans favorite and most painful method of execution. Jesus of Nazareth was one of thousands upon thousands killed in that manner. There were other men (or prophets) who roamed around and preached and they also had followers. They also claimed to be the son of God. They were also executed. There are men in the present day still doing the same.
When I was a child in Sunday school I sang "Jesus Loves Me, This I Know" just as loud as the kid next to me. But even as a child of very religious parents, somehow the teachings of the Bible just didn't seem to make a lot of sense. Now, the older I get the more doubtful I've become about the afterlife, God, Jesus and most of all, the book called the Bible. So, if it just so happens that after we take our last breath there is nothing more for us, then it really won't matter, will it? How can it?
Mar 15th 2011 5:45PM Her hair looks much darker in the 'after' picture than in the 'before' although she says she went a few shades lighter. Just how yellow were her teeth before she whitened them? We can't see them. There's just not enough difference in her appearance to make such an issue of this. Is this an advertisement for Radiesse? Seems so!
Mar 12th 2011 11:25PM The dogs are so cute and sweet. Graham's pretty darn cute too!!
Jan 21st 2011 4:51PM I always thought that Robert Redford was such a handsome movie star, but I recently bought "All The President's Men" and realized what a fantastic and natural actor he is. He's never gone for the glitz and glamour of Hollywood and has lived mostly an everyman's kind of life in Utah. A super guy!
Dec 16th 2010 11:05PM I intensely dislike and absolutely cringe whenever I hear the word hundred pronounced hunderd. It seems to be in most commercials going out over the air waves teaching youngsters how to misprounouce the word. Hunderd! Oh, for Pete's sake...what's happening to the English language!?
Sep 25th 2010 2:19PM It was much easier in the days of Emily Post's rules. I grew up in the 50's. You always knew exactly what to do and what not to do. I was shocked to find that by the time my son was dating in the 80's, he and his friends were running around in circles not knowing how to act or what to do. Anything went. What a shame! Feelings were hurt because of ill-mannered dates or even dates for proms called off at the last minute because a girl or boy had decided to go with someone else. I couldn't believe how messed up and rude our culture had become. Very sad! Rules are definitely needed for guidance.
Aug 28th 2010 4:23PM I've noticed that it just might be better for movie stars to age gracefully without cosmetic surgery. Those who have, especially actresses in England, seem to keep working. True, they get parts as mothers and grandmothers, but they don't fade away as the stretched-skinned, wind tunnel looking actresses do when you really can't put them in a specific age group. I'm almost 70 and had a nose job when I was about 21, but that's it for me. (I just hated my nose!) I have pictures of myself as a baby, little girl, teenager, bride, mother and grandmother. I'd like to have pictures of myself, hopefully, as a very old lady without any touch-ups to chronicle my life.
Aug 16th 2010 1:27PM I think that Neil Patrick Harris is a terrific actor and seems to be a fantastic and intelligent person. I'm sure these babies will have all the love and care from these parents as I received from my wonderful heterosexual parents. All it takes is love. Good luck to them!