“Do you seriously believe that if Utash had been Black he would have been attacked by a mob of Blacks in this manner? I think not. If it hadn't been for the (Black) nurse that stepped up, he would be dead.”
“Your comment was meant to be taken as sarcasm, right?”
Alex Sabian on Apr 3, 2014 at 06:28:16
“No I'm serious! Why would this be a joke? Nether of these two was rich at the beginning of there careers. Beyonce wasn't poor but her daddy still needed to punch a clock to make ends meet and Jay Z came out one of the poorest ghetto's America should be ashamed to even have. So explain why this is sarcasm to you.”
“Yeah they work hard. But, the work they do doesn't warrant such an *obscene* amount of money.
People, all over the world, work as hard, or harder, for a yearly salary that wouldn't even pay for one of her trinkets. For example, nurses, paramedics, Drs. and etc, saving lives, under stressful and heavy work-loads.
No one, let me repeat, NO one, deserves, or needs, to have that much money.”
Alex Sabian on Mar 30, 2014 at 12:11:03
“Maybe, Just maybe you can think that about Bill Gates and family! Why these two? What did they do to deserve to be hated on?! They make music and millions of people love them for it! I don't see you thinking this about all these politicians who get into off with a regular working wage and come out of politics rich. Those are the one's you should be hating on! Give them your bad attitude! They do nothing to make you feel good. These two take you to a good place for a few hours during their concerts.
There is a whole lot of people who deserve to have all that negative energy thrown at them way before you get to these two!”
Athe15t on Mar 30, 2014 at 11:43:34
“You know this brings up the maximum wage topic. I think there should be one. Rich people get to decide how little we can pay workers. Let's flip the coin over and regulate how much people can make. Lately it has been too much. The rules should be different for different industries. For companies that hire at minimum wage the top dog has to make the lowest bracket of maximum wage and so on. It would stop employers from looking at employees as an expense and see them as humans.”
Further, I think he should go through a simulated pregnancy. Nausea, heartburn, squished up organs, agonizing labor, or C-section, life-altering or life-ending consequences and etc. Maybe he would rethink his stance.
As for his insulting, hurtful, clueless remarks....well, this kind of 'bone head' thinking has been oppressing women for eons. I hope the women in his life leave him....knowing what I now know about him, I couldn't stand to have him around.”
“The Olympics have become all about money 'puffy press'. I am in awe of the athletes, but don't feel like sitting through all of the ads and "puff". Same goes for all of the sports that are shown on TV. Too bad. There should be some way of finding a happy medium...more sport, less puff and moolah.”
“@Steve B. This isn't a matter of children making the decision. It is a matter of the parents being given the option to allow their terminally ill, suffering child, to die. Big difference. The only person that should be involved in deciding how much suffering is required of a patient should be the patient, who, after-all has to do the suffering. In this case, the parents should have the final say, since, as you said, a child is the patient. In any case, how a terminal and suffering person wants to be treated should be their decision, it is not our business.”