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New Jersey Teen Who Sued Parents Is Back Home, Attorney Says
Wed Mar 12, 2014
I hear everyone calling her names, but it seems she was a pretty decent kid until she came under someone else's influence, namely the boyfriend, and the parents of the bestie she moved in with. SOMEONE encouraged her to do this, and it had to be an adult she trusted who convinced her that this was a …
Judge denies teen's attempt to sue parents for money
Wed Mar 5, 2014
In reply to: John Bryant-3991939 #438.1 I've sat back and watched, since the 60's and 70's, (era's I am a child of) as parents gave & gave & gave to their children without expecting anything in return, and all with the excuses and ideas that children are more important than any other member …
'Downton Abbey' was a fixer-upper this season
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Let me guess, you're under 30, right? No understanding of history, story-telling, or what is entertaining. If you hate the show so much, stop watching it. Better yet, stop criticizing it. And if your ideas are so much better, where's your script and why haven't any networks or cable channels decided …
Mac Attack: Burger King's New Heavy Sandwich Targets Big Mac
Tue Feb 11, 2014
I haven't eaten anything from McD's in 4 years, and I don't miss it at all, especially that sick feeling after eating one of their 'bottom of sod' burgers. Wendy's, yes...about once a month. Not a huge fast food fan.
Sun Feb 2, 2014
I think what the fast food purveyors should be found guilty of is bundling meals and forcing people to buy more than they want. No option for 'small' drinks or fries, everything is medium, large, or super-sized. So called 'value' menus are worthless. I eat at Wendys' maybe once a month. What I …
'Downer Abbey' should spice up plots, stick to key characters
Sun Jan 19, 2014
I think the 2 authors of this should stick to Disney movies if all they want is sweetness and light in everything they want. I find the show ENTERTAINING, based in quite a bit of historical fact laced with drama and occasional comedy. For those determined to hate it, go watch 'The Bachelor' or some …
Bold bride? J. Crew debuts a wedding jumpsuit
Fri Jan 10, 2014
For $700 I could design a far nicer one.
Wal-Mart defends controversial food drive for employees
Mon Nov 18, 2013
In my years as secretary for a union, we often had drives to support members who had unforseen problems arise: serious illness that drained savings, houses burned down, people injured in accidents, etc. We collected everything from food to clothes, housewares, furniture, baby items, backpacks for ki …
Flats are the new heels -- do you agree?
Thu Nov 8, 2012
hey, Patter...just for the record, most larger/taller people seem to be more graceful and spatially aware than those who are smaller/shorter. And I can guarantee that they have far more class than you ever will. As for heels, I prefer a 1-2 inch heel, wider width if possible, in anything from an 8 …
Boy falls into Pittsburgh zoo exhibit, mauled to death by African painted dogs
Sun Nov 4, 2012
Thank you for stating what no one else seemed to get...the child might have lived, most certainly wouldn't have if the animal had not been shot. For those who didn't read the article, the mother put the child on the rail and lost hold of him/her. These barriers are waist high on most adults, so the …
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