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Apr 29th 2011 4:53PM She does look awful, from her head down to her feet! Except for her bracelet, that's kind of cute. Why do people think just because it is a designer dress it looks good. This certainly DOESN'T! Maybe she can get her money back, especially after reading these comments.
Apr 28th 2011 12:16AM Where is it going to stop? Why bother wearing anything at all? Everyone says "express yourself", "if you got it flaunt it", "you should be able to do and wear what you want". People, don't you think it's time to get back to modesty and class or are we way beyond the turning point? If we are, that is really sad! Some people say women are asking for it by the way they dress, I believe that is true. Dress like a slut, you'll get treated like one. Just my opinion!
Apr 2nd 2011 10:03AM There also is one up in Door County, WI. Too bad we can't go back to those days, life was so much simpler. Remember going in with a car load of friends, finding your spot and opening the trunk to let out a bunch more, SUPER. alot of GREAT memories! The kids now have no idea what they missed out on. SO SAD! I truly beleive the 50's and 60's were the best decades, glad I was a part of it!
Feb 13th 2011 3:21AM I think it is about time that parents start being held accountable for watching their own children. It is too easy in this country to put blame on someone else and then make money in the process. The only thing that Disney should have to pay for is any medical bills and THAT IS IT!!! The parents are at fault for not watching their child, so take the blame like you should. The cheese from nachos is hot, or didn't they know that?
Oct 29th 2010 2:06AM Family show??? What are you watching? But that's not what this is about. Charlie does get away with whatever he wants, but to me the issue should be, why do actors/actresses get away with any of this stuff? The law is the law and they should be treated just like you or me. Where would I be if I did any of the stuff they do. That goes for any person who is in the spotlight, example, athletes, dancers, politicians, media... why do they get special treatment? And I'm sick and tired of turning everything into a racial issue, what does that have to do with this? Get over it already!
Sep 15th 2010 12:39AM Keep women out of men's locker rooms and vise versa, let's get back to common sense and forget about the things we allow now a days. Way to permissive. If women want to be treated like professionals then why not dress the part. Save your sexy clothes (revealing and tight), for when you go out and you are on your own time.
Sep 10th 2010 5:35PM I am a single parent of 2 grown adults, so I went through the terrible 2's and all the other phases kids go through. Neither of my kids were ALLOWED to act up in public no matter what there age. Infants you can't do much about except leave, but then they usually are fussing for a reason. When they are toddlers and older they should be taught respect for others and respect for the parents. No talking back or hitting when they can't get what they want, that just is not acceptable. I have seen too many times where parents totally ignore the outbursts or give in to them and REWARD them for their tantrum, to keep them guiet. I thought the parent was suppose to be in charge! If they can't behave, LEAVE THEM AT HOME and if you can't get a sitter to watch them because they are brats, STAY HOME! This not only goes for restaurants, but also super markets, shopping, church, etc. As for parents with children that have a disability, that is a different matter. I believe what is being discussed here is parents who don't discipline there children and let their chidren run WILD, not children that have a disability and can't control their sudden outbursts. There is a difference.
Apr 27th 2009 5:52PM I can't understand why pregnant women felt/feel they need to have their belly exposed. Wearing their pants down below their belly and their tops so small that it could fit a 10 year old is not attractive at all. Being pregnant is a wonderful time in a women's life and exposing the belly, to me, is discusting and makes the person look cheap and like a tramp.
Sep 17th 2007 1:24AM Breastfeeding is a wonderful and personal thing. It should be done in private, you can pump and bottle feed when you are in public. There are too many women that breast feed in public and don't do it discreetly. As for the pictures that are posted of half naked girls and women, I am totally against them. More is being accepted now a days and everyone uses the excuse that's the way it is. Let's start turning things around and start covering up. Back to breastfeeding, a comment was made that it is perfectly natural so it should not be hidden. That is your opinion, and you are entitled to it. But who makes the final decision on what should be private. You think it's okay to breastfeed in public, then who puts the stop to someone who thinks it's perfectly okay to have sex in public because that is a perfectly natural thing too. You might not agree with it but that couple says it's okay.