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Nov 24th 2011 12:11AM Obviously the obese person didn't give a shit if they inconvenienced someone else. They knew they wouldn't fit, they knew they were supposed to buy a second seat, but of course they didn't want to pay for 2 seats. The airline should have booted that person since he/she didn't buy the 2 seats they needed. The person who had to stand should get way more than $200. And people are right, they totally violated FAA rules by having him stand through the whole flight, landing and takeoff. Not all obsese people are this rude or cheap, I've seen people buy two seats, and they weren't even this big, though bigger than the seatbelt would reach and needed the extensions they have available. Heck, I've seen parents bring kids on board to sit on their laps (actually, the floor at their feet) who while they MIGHT meet the age limit, they are too big and active to be on board that way, and the seatbelt totally wouldn't work, not to mention it made it quite uncomfortable for the people next to them. I actually thought only like infants could be held on the lap, but I could totally be wrong. Anyway, the fact is that a lot of travelers are kind of rude, and don't think about others, whether they be obese, a smoker, a heavy perfumer, a limited hygiene person, etc.
Apr 29th 2011 11:59PM she certainly has some sort of lump there. Spanx would have helped. She just looked a mess.
Apr 29th 2011 11:56PM Exactly! I totally agree! Her makeup looks bad, her hair is a mess, she looks hungover!!!! I think Harry could do better!
Jan 15th 2011 4:09PM I'm thinking "Skanki" would be a good choice.......
Oct 6th 2010 12:19AM Well, this is a nice house, but for that amount of money the rooms are kind of small. The lot is small and lord help you, the neighbors are right on top of you! I'm sure Brentwood is nice to live in, but wow, that's expensive.
Sep 27th 2010 5:01PM Would love to win these earrings, beautiful and different!
Apr 19th 2010 2:35AM Wow, this is one hot topic. I actually don't have a dog, just two cats, but I think vet visits are vet visits, no matter the pet. I've been lucky in that no vet has tried to push things on my pet that wasn't warranted. I take them in for their annual checks and shots, and bring up any issues that have been a problem, though usually it's my vet asking if there is anything else I need to ask about. Previously I had an 18 year old kidney failure cat and my vet was great about telling me my options in treatment, giving me pros and cons, and letting me make my own decisions based on what I knew my cat would tolerate, what would be worth the price/pain/discomfort/etc. Like the author I go in to the MD office mainly when I have a specific issue that needs dealt with, usually only after the issue has not resolved with common sense treatment and time. Good luck with your dog. I would suggest another new vet, as the stress on you and your dog is not worth the short drive. Good luck, hope the paw heals quickly.
Apr 4th 2010 9:59PM I was Toad from birth to 13, when apparently there was a family meeting to stop using that nickname. The nickname came from my mom saying to my grandmother (her mother-in law, who she did not like) that I looked like a little toad laying in the crib. My grandmother was shocked someone would call their child that and my mom did it just to annoy her, plus it stuck. No one calls me that EVER anymore, but then I'm 40 years old! I was called "Keebler" (yes, as in the elf) in college because someone couldn't remember my name and, I admit, I had pretty short hair, I wore a lot of green including green shoes and leggings with long shirts over them (it was the 80s, give me a break!), and I tended to have rosy red cheeks. I do occasionally get called "Elf" by one friend.
Feb 1st 2010 2:18AM No, you're not alone. He's got an awesome personality and a great sense of humor and those are sexier than just about anything.
Jan 14th 2010 11:36PM I bought the magazine just to see her horrible extensions. The picture on the cover was awful, her hair looked super thin, fried, and fake. The interior picture was better, but still, they looked bad. Pictures I've seen since look much fuller and less processed, so I don't know what the People photographer was thinking or doing. Would I sit for 20 hours to get extensions? I honestly could not sit still that long, I'd just opt for a wig I think! And are they are really good idea for someone with 8 kids? I wouldn't think so since the extensions will take a more maintenance on a daily basis. If I had 8 kids I'd probably stick with something short and easy. But hey, here choice, and I can see wanting a big change, especially from a hairdo that was so linked to her, after her divorce. I just wish they had been done better.
Oh, and whoever thinks she paid $7K for them has got to be joking. She didn't pay for them, I'm sure someone else did, as usual with her and her hair, and tummy tuck, etc.