“I'll send you a case of straws so you can spend the next 6 months grasping at them like you did right there.”
Mark 14 51-52 on Jun 20, 2012 at 19:20:41
“Really? More than
726,000 have all ready been purged in Florida, Straw one. And far less than
726,000 gave Bush Ohio in '04 so that'll be straw number two. That's one for Obama and one for Romney. You can keep the rest for the kool-aid party. ”
“HEY EVERYBODY, LISTEN TO MEEEEEEEE!!!!! I NEED ATTENTION! I HAVE A RADIO SHOW! I SAY CONTROVERSIAL THINGS TO GET MONEY BECAUSE I COULDN'T CUT IT IN THE MARINES! I HAVE A PROBLEM WITH AUTHORITY! TELL ME WHICH TEA PARTY TALKING POINTS TO PARROT SO PEOPLE WILL PAY ATTENTION TO MEEEEE!
And that's all that needs to be said about this inconsequential nobody.”
“HuffPo fighting hard to be the least credible bastion of "journalism" this side of TMZ. Whoever wrote this story has about as much writing credibility as whoever's writing the commercial scripts for Fast Cash. A sorry display. Same with anyone reading this that committed a single brain cell towards caring what shoes some random celebrity wears. Get a life.”
“"This would have been much more difficult just one year ago, before Facebook introduced its new commenting system. Prior to March 2011, the world's largest social network required users to press "comment" with their mouse before a comment would appear on a post. But as The Next Web reports, Facebook began rolling out a new system in March of last year, so now users only have to press "return" or "enter" to post a comment."
Because clicking a mouse button is really difficult. Who wrote this drivel?”
“I'm guessing you missed the obvious backwards pass that Roethlisberger threw in the third quarter that the refs tripped all over themselves to call an incomplete pass and let Pitt keep the ball. Steelers went on to score a TD in that drive to cut it to 20-13. If Denver gets the ball there, as they should have, they probably put the game away. Stop whining.”
“Only a Tea Party "Patriot" would believe that fellow Americans being able to eat and survive isn't a right, but a "privilege". It's hilarious how you fail to see the irony in complaining about poor people barely making ends meet as "entitled" while rooting for one of the most entitled presidential candidates in history: the multi-millionaire company destroyer, the man who's never worked a hard day in his life, never had to worry about making the rent, never had to worry about groceries, etc. Mitt was born with more money than you'll ever see in your life but you're gullible enough to think that he cares about you and the rest of us little people. He doesn't. Wake up.”
M547 on Oct 22, 2012 at 14:01:26
“It's ironic that he complains about that a nation has turned its back on biblical values because it wants to feed the hungry and heal the sick.”
chw777 on Oct 22, 2012 at 12:58:15
“Mitt Romney worked very very hard to become successful and was not handed millions of dollars to him by his father. You should not make negative remarks about someone without hard proof. And you have none. "Never worked a hard day in his life?" You are such a liar. Why? When the liberal candidate has a horrible record like Obama, all the libs can do is make up terrible lies about their opponent. How do people like you sleep at night. It is typical that indecent liars and ne'er do wells always personally attack decent me of honesty and integrity.”
If Bieber can't take the heat that comes with fame, then maybe his father shouldn't have let Disney scientists create him in their secret underground lab. So some New Yawkers are booing the irritating little teeny bobber multi-millionaire hack. Waaaa!!!! Cry me a river, whiners.”
ls1z28chris on Feb 3, 2011 at 18:16:01
“That is what I'm saying. Letting yourself be used by media corporations implies consent to being criticized wherever you go. That is what happens when you're a celebrity.”
“I generally don't bother commenting on stories like this, but are you #^*$@ kidding me? Philly, Cleveland, and Mt. San Francisco makes the list, but no Minneapolis? So the city with a lakefront path around every corner and one of the most walkable downtowns in the world doesn't make the cut but L.A. does? Seriously...get the h*ll out of here with this list. Terrible!”
LastStar on Nov 10, 2010 at 10:54:10
“Hmmm...you're absolutely correct! It's not about cities in general it is about "neighborhoods" with-in cities....but yeah, I've heard many great things about Minneapolis.
I attended a seminar once on city planning for growth. Portland and Minneapolis were the two top cities according to the speaker who was an "expert" urban design.”
ModerateVoiceofReason on Nov 10, 2010 at 10:49:30
I live in Minneapolis too. I tell people that the City of Lakes, translates to a city of walk paths, bike paths and parkays. Also, thanks to our skyway system, downtown Minneapolis is great walking year round.
Nevertheless, I have been to San Francisco and I loved all those hills and how all the great spots are so close together. Let's face it, downtown Minneapolis is kind of dull. Uptown and Midtown are better.”
“The only Republican strongholds in the entire state of Minnesota are the outer suburbs and that's where Bachmann governs. Anywhere else in the state, she wouldn't have a prayer. Not ALL Minnesotans are loons, just her base. She's an embarrassment to be sure, but MN as a whole is solidly blue. They do have Franken, so that's somethin'. :)”
“Thank the Flying Spaghetti Monster for this one. For all the setbacks we've had to endure today, there will at LEAST be no Angle, no O'Donnell, and no Paladino in the high seats of power, among others. Phew!!!!”
ProudObamacan on Nov 3, 2010 at 00:54:32
“Agreed; I just prayed to the Flying Spaghetti Monster and he told me.... that it is actually the Unicorns that now are to be prayed to...”
“Agreeing with Joe here. I lived in Grand Junction for many, many years and it's a BEAUTIFUL town. Surrounded on three sides by mountain scenery, nice weather, etc. Just don't get into a political discussion with anyone there, because they're all rednecks. Otherwise, you're fine.
Also, Colorado is as gorgeous of a state as it gets, so don't cancel your trip because of one moron or group of morons. West of the Rockies is heavily Republican, but east of the Rockies is just as heavily Democrat, so if you're going to Denver or Boulder, there's nothing to worry about. hehe”
“As somebody who lived in Grand Junction for roughly 20 of my 32 years (I now live in Denver), I can say that this doesn't surprise me in the least. Anyone who lives or has lived in GJ knows how huge of a hotbed of rednecks and Obama-haters it is. The city is "redder than a fire truck" when it comes to politics, if you get my drift.
To be frank, seeing this embarrasses me. Junction is a beautiful little city and I hate to see it end up in the news for reasons like this. Not surprised, but it's still mortifying to see.”
Oct 6, 2010 at 13:10:50
“Isn't it nice when you come to find out that an actor whose work that you really appreciate is also a great PERSON as well? Big ups for Franco and his support of a community that needs all the love and understanding that it can get. Good man, James. :)”
“One of the big reasons that I sometimes wish that I still lived in Minnesota (have lived in Colorado most of my life, but born in MN) is Al Franken. The man is brilliant, hardworking, and the people of Minnesota are lucky to have him. One of the very few Congressmen who stand up for what they believe in and stand up for what's right. Great article, Al! Keep up the great work! :)”
“Sounds like somebody forgot to hit the pharmacy on the way home yesterday. Words make more sense when they're put together to form coherent sentences, not jumbled together randomly. You're welcome for the tip.”
“I wouldn't expect you to know who Carlos Miller is - owner of the blog 'Photography Is Not A Crime". He's a photojournalist in Miami who's been getting a lot of press lately due to police in the news violating photographers' First Amendment rights. He documents issues of police brutality, civil rights violations, and arrogant cops who think they can do anything. I speak to him regularly and I also refer (regularly) stories to him regarding cops breaking the law. I obey the law, but am hardly a friend of the police, a good number of which clearly think they are above the law and think their badge means they can do anything.
So, no, I don't work for any police force. 9 times out of 10, I'd be on the victim's side, but maybe you should read again what led to his death and try to tell me how we was perfectly innocent. Just another pitiful Junction drunk who bounces off cars, who could have KILLED somebody while driving drunk, and then starts wrestling with the cops as soon as they show up to arrest him. Sorry, but I have zero sympathy for somebody like that. There are plenty of cops who deserve to be booted out of the force on their a** but if I had to deal with a crazed alkie, I'd have probably done the same thing. Oh well.”
stargazer13 on Jul 24, 2010 at 15:40:51
“getting drunk and crashing into cars and then fighting with the cops is no reason to lose your life !! I have in my 50 years on this planet known how drunk people can be combative you I am sure know this also about drunk people !! but losing his life I am sorry I don,t agree that is what he deserved !!
and I know that police are far to eager to use deadly force ! and to justifiy it after the fact !! sorry cars don,t feel pain drinking and driving and wrecking some cars should not = a death sentance by responding cops !! unless with out my knowing it they have become judge and jury and exacutionor !”