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Apr 29th 2011 11:57AM Victoria was wearing navy blue from her dress collection. They described it and the color on the tellie. I guess it just looks black in the pictures.
Nov 19th 2010 9:37PM I have a neighbor who started collecting SS disability and VA disability when he was 23 because he's an alcoholic. He has three kids and he drew benefits on them from both funds for years and this sent them through college (free for him, but at taxpayers expense). He also owns two businesses that are in one sons name and his wife's name so he was never credited for working them. The VA was going to take away his benefits several years ago so he faked a stroke in the doctor's office and spent a week in the hospital and he still has his benefits. I know this is all true because he brags about it and my son was at the VA when the guy faked the stroke. We told his doctor that he did this and also that if they would send someone to his house to watch they would see him out chopping and loading wood to sell, see him come out of his house with a leg brace and walker and then when he determines no one is watching he takes the brace off and goes about his business taking care of his property. He still works at his business which is in another town near here. He owns land in CA, AL, MS. We paid for all this for years - he's now 64. He doesn't have to pay any taxes on his property because he's disabled and it's a state law. He and his kids have gotten free everything all their lives. It's not just him, it's thousands. He's had free insurance through Medicare (family included) all his life and all of theirs. His wife worked for the VA disability service for 25 years and found out just how to do this. As I states above, they know he faked this as my son told the doctor and she said she didn't want to hear it - she said he's black and this is a civil rights state and there's nothing that they WANT to do about it as he threatened to go to the NAACP if they eliminated his disability. All you have to do is cry racism if you're not Caucasian and you get whatever you want. The reason he gets disability is because he's an alcoholic and blames the service. He was NEVER injured and he never went out of the USA while in service. He served just enough time to be able to claim benefits and then perfected his act and he laughs about it and rubs people's faces in it.
Nov 12th 2010 5:19AM Here is the information from the website as stated above for the Scottsboro, AL Store - 7,000 new items daily - the store covers a city block - do you actually think that baggage handlers don't sell your baggage to this store - there should be an investigation into the workings of this store by the FBI that's for sure.
The store is located at:
509 West Willow Street, Scottsboro, Alabama 35768.
Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. CT
Saturday 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. CT
Note: Pets are not allowed in the store.
We accept cash, personal check with valid driver’s license, Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover cards.
We sell gift cards at our Concierge Desk in the Scottsboro store.
There is only one Unclaimed Baggage Center!
Unclaimed Baggage Center covers more than a city block! You should be sure to allow yourself plenty of time.
We stock over 7,000 items DAILY in the store.
Everything is clean, fresh, and ready for you to take home!
It will be a VALUABLE trip.
General Return Policy
Nov 11th 2010 12:13PM Actually, Lisa, I've been to that store as well because I couldn't believe that a store is in operation selling stolen belongings. The 'Unclaimed' luggage supposedly has the check-in tags missing and so they couldn't find the owners. Have you ever tried to rip those tags off your luggage?? You have to CUT them off, they certainly DO NOT fall off. They're removed and then since this store is in business, after whatever is taken out of this luggage that the thief wanted, it eventually makes it's way there. Maybe they pay a certain amount of money to "purchase" this luggage - I'm sure they don't just get it free. Wonder how many other stores there are like this one around the country? Anyone know??
Nov 11th 2010 6:35AM I have a suggestion. Look at the "Lost Luggage" store at Scottsboro Alabama. Oprah went there a few years ago to ask where they got enough airline luggage to open a "Lost Luggage" store and they told her to get out of their store, off the side walk in front of it or they would call the police and have her and the crew removed. They stated that they didn't have to answer any questions and it was no one's business where they got the merchandise, it was from all over. I do know that they hire just anyone as baggage handlers at airports and they don't have to go through any sort of background check, etc. I do know that they steal luggage to go to this store and others and that they have hand held scanners to see if you have jewelry, etc. They can tell a lot. And, if you don't lock your suitcase with a good lock they simply can open it if is looks promising and you'll never see it again. I don't think there are very many stores like this in the country, but I do know that recently that store was selling a many carrot diamond ring on E-bay and other sites. I would go in person, with pictures to see if my items were there - if you call they WOULD NEVER admit or tell you what was there. I think it's disgraceful that we have that store in this country and people's belongings keep being funneled into it for sale. My husband's luggage was "lost" twice on international flights - the luggage made it to Charlotte NC and suddenly disappeared in one instance. The other time it was logged into Pittsburgh PA and then disappeared. Both times his destination was Virginia.
Nov 7th 2010 7:37PM No, she's not mentally ill, you are. Have you put on some nastiness in your life??? Looks like you're an addition to the bullying that has plagued her all of her life. You would be fortunate to be so talented and be such a beautiful person. I doubt that her weight really concerns your life or changes it in any way. I also doubt that you change anyone's life in any positive way - however, Susan changes lives - she rivals Barbra Streisand as the most talented female singer of the ages. She has a voice quality that is just magnificant. So happy that her life is soaring and that she shares her talent with the world.
Oct 17th 2010 12:24AM I agree about the two and I'm sure MORE very convenient bad calls by the refs. They are manipulating to make sure that an SEC school is undefeated as ESPN wants to protect their product for the national championship. Wait until either undefeated LSU or Auburn play Alabama. Alabama will be given the gift of bad calls as they have already been defeated. Last year the Arkansas coach was fined $50,000 and suspended for a game because he complained about the cheating referees. I think this is one of the most blatant referee controlled games ever. It's sad that college football and basketball is so political that there cannot be fair games played. I think most of the referees should be fired, new rules put in place that are much more stringent for those refs who continuously make blatantly bad calls to promote the winning of a team and the coaches should absolutely be able to comment on things when they're CHEATED that badly. Cudos to Tyler Wilson who stepped up to the challenge when his team needed him. Too bad it was accompanied by the disappointment of being stymied by referees with a completely sinister agenda - wonder what they got in payment for this scumbag performance???
Sep 11th 2010 2:27PM For the past two years Doc has been the assistant head coach at WVU until he took the Marshall job. He's been practicing all spring and fall for this game against WVU. Yes, WVU didn't look good, but they won in the end against someone who I'm sure has the WV playbook, knows all the WV players' strengths/weaknesses, knows them in and out. Doc has apparently turned out to be a mini-RR. By his own admission, spending time to send spies to WVU to rat on them to the NCAA for infractions, etc. "At a Marshall preseason practice last month, a Thundering Herd staffer, at the behest of Holliday, summoned a Charleston Daily Mail reporter to point out that West Virginia players were wearing illegal "spider pads" during the first two days of Mountaineers practice, and said Marshall might report the violation to the NCAA." "Stewart coached that bowl game -- and led his team through workouts the week leading up to it -- knowing that Holliday, a University of Florida assistant at the time, wanted the job and had already interviewed for it." "Despite all of the issues, both coaches have lauded each other's programs this week. But underneath there is a different story. One of whistle blowing, mistreatment of colleagues and recruiting tactics that have pushed these two men apart." Quotes from Charleston newspaper. My take is that the job was open, Stewart was instrumental in keeping the team together and leading them to a bowl game win. Doc acts like Stewart, who was already the assistant head coach under RR had NO RIGHT to want a job as head coach. Doc was an assistant coach in Florida and he didn't win the bowl game - the way I see it they were equal and Stewart worked for it. He may not have been the best choice, but the team was behind him 100% and they had already been crapped on by RR. He left WVU under Nehlen and it was his choice. He doesn't have any RIGHT to anything and after his acts of revenge, he doesn't need to be at WVU either. The coach who deserved to be the head coach is Steve Dunlap, but he doesn't fit the "image" of who the powers that be want - he's bald. He's coaching special teams this year and they look better than they've looked for twenty years. If not him then they need a young and dynamic coach with vision for the future to light a fire in the players and fans to re-ignite WVU's passion for WV and the game of football.
Jul 20th 2010 5:29PM God does not inflict disease on individual people. It's out there and your genes and environmental processes work on everyone's body. Some are just luckier than others. God doesn't tell you what color car to buy, what color dress to wear. He's too busy trying to save souls. He doesn't sit over your house waiting for you to ask him ridiculous questions; he lets you make decisions based on the brain power he gave you. He doesn't sit in traffic or on an airplane and say "I think I'll crash that car or that plane." Everyone hates something, lies, cheats at something, some more than others. Many try to be better people, but NO ONE is perfect. Glenn isn't spewing hate, he telling you the facts so that you can make informed decisions about your little world. If you don't like him, don't listen. Change the channel and listen to someone who has your values. He's there for the ones who want to listen. Turn him off if you don't. God didn't wave a wand and zap his eyes. Get a grip.
Jun 1st 2010 6:35AM Dirk Benedict is a fine actor and made the original A-Team a show worth watching along with the original actors. Remakes are usually not as good as the original. You don't know Dirk, but he took parenting seriously and raised two sons in Montana - he is an inspiration to many as he has overcome a devastating illness with perserverance and determination. He's done several projects during this time as well and is an author with very interesting readings. Just because he's not in the limelight of Hollywood and people like this pathetic critic, doesn't mean his life has been unsuccessful or uneventful. I for one, am happy that I have known him as he is an inspiration, a fine person and a class act.