“Let's be honest. Who didn't go through the entire Porn Star Gallery slideshow?”
ncal on Apr 12, 2013 at 15:28:43
“Porn was the driving force in the proliferation of the internet.”
doorlie on Apr 11, 2013 at 04:42:56
“I didn't. I went straight to the comments. But now that you mentioned the slideshow, methinks I'll check it out. However, I'm Rio, where depravity like this is expected. I wish I was in the Vatican, though, because that kind of depravity garnished by guilt is the finest kind. :)”
matt t on Apr 11, 2013 at 04:31:40
“I only did it to see how many have blonde hair.”
Camus A on Apr 11, 2013 at 03:06:05
“i prefer when their faces are full of c*m and sp*t.”
VinylHermit on Apr 11, 2013 at 01:33:26
“Re the Gallery:
How comfortable would the average woman be if she knew her gynecologist was a former porn star?”
thehuffpost1 on Apr 11, 2013 at 01:25:00
Erik Rieder on Apr 11, 2013 at 01:20:52
“Tori was the hottest.”
RVAnewsjunkie on Apr 11, 2013 at 01:11:43
“I can see why some went into the adult film industry, I mean, how much money can there be in being a classically trianed oboe player?”
“Riiiight. People starve in America while Obama sends borrowed money and guns while inciting people into killing each other over a book yet I'm greedy. Congress has few Senators and Representatives that don't owe their jobs to corporate money, but I'm greedy. We have troops in countries that hate us to protect them from a life they want, but greed fuels my heart. We ally ourselves with nations where private citizens and governments sit on hundreds of billions of oil dollars while there people live in mud huts and this means I an oh so greedy. Suuure it does.”
“Some oil spills since the BP oil spill in the Gulf (Listed events only include oil spills from pipelines. Does not include transportation spills, drilling spills, or holding reservoir mishaps that account for several more):
“As a current college student, it is sad (an a reflection on an entertained induced society) that if I delete my Facebook, I will miss out on events, old high school friends, and be virtually ostracized from an entire social seen.”
“Unfortunately, even with this lower tax rate to create jobs, the jobs report continues to stall.
My thought process: Businesses expand when they cannot keep up with supply and demand. During a down time in the economy, how do they expect businesses to expand while the middle class who support these businesses (the reason for expansion) are being handcuffed?”
ncal on Apr 12, 2013 at 15:43:23
“I cannot understand why the answer does not show up in the media, but the job situation is not what it appears (any more). 4 million retirees per MONTH for the next 14 years. Mitt predicted 12 million new jobs in the next 4 years; he's a 2nd-year boomer. OMB predicts 25 million new jobs in the next 4 years.
Here's how to read the jobs reports. The workforce participation rate is going down at 500,000 per month (greater than 60% employed). The 500,000 new hires are counted as a plus, and 500,000 "lost" jobs are counted as a minus. For net, no new jobs. But the unemployment rate keeps going down .2% per quarter.
For March, there were 759,000 new jobs, 'seasonally adjusted' to 88,000. Plus 500,000 more new hires that are not counted at all. Except in the unemployment rate.”
“I hear I can run around, go on a shooting spree, and then press "triangle-triangle-square-circle-up-down-left-right-up-down-left-right" on my controller and then my level of want for the police gets erased.”
“That's quite a generic statement that we've all heard muttered by the right. This is one of those times where you read the heading in the article and attempted to make a one-sided post in hopes of getting favorited by those who read it.
However, for anyone who read the article, your statement is quite the contrary to your claims.”
bryan72562 on Feb 11, 2013 at 14:09:31
“"If you're young and not a liberal, you have no heart; if you're old and not a conservative, you have no brain"? If your picture is accurate, I think you look pretty young.”
“Sometimes the notion of "Don't help them because they are not our friend" is not always the right motif. I agree, it is the Syrian people's civil war and not our own, but war does not always determine who is right - - only who is more powerful. Chemical warfare is an immediate win for the government. ”
Steamboater on Dec 24, 2012 at 12:42:54
“"Chemical warfare is an immediate win for the government."
Until he next dictator takes power after Assad is gone.”
“Random Thought/Note: I love reading comments on websites like this one. It's amazing how the more 'left target group' actually exhibits some form of a college education. It's easy to see this with their critical thinking mindset and their altruistic voting. However, if one were to go to a more conservative website, it's all about God, guns, and pro-life.
mdsman on Dec 24, 2012 at 12:08:57
“Ah, yes, I see your point....
Quick question about the fine eduaction to which you refer.
Did you order one of those altruisitc T-Shirts for the LSU game?”
“Not to pull a conspiracy card, but does anyone find it strange that there are SO MANY shootings just as gun legislation is attempting to gain support. Think how ridiculous this scenario is to pull on the strings of the hearts of Americans... "New York Fire Fighters killed on Christmas Eve attempting to put out a fire".
Like I said, I do not believe this to be a conspiracy, but it IS kind of absurd.”
“Unfortunately, as much as I wanted to allow Syria to remain their own sovereignty, I believe it to be necessary to step in if Chemical Weapons are used. Maybe not with military force, but with medical aid, protective equipment, and steps to attempt to remain unexposed to the airborne chemicals. Just like the nuclear threat, 'Duck and Cover'. It's a sad state of affairs when 'War Laws' are being broken, and the fact that 'War Laws' exist. We say dropping bombs on a town to kill 10 bad guys and 3 innocent civilians is acceptable, but chemical warfare is inhumane.
I think the best method of attack is to drop science text books via parachutes. This is the work of bigots controlling and attempting control of a Nation.”
Steamboater on Dec 24, 2012 at 12:07:23
“This is a Syrian civil war, not our civil war and we should have military involvement in this at all and especially since Syrians have never been our friends. We're stuck in one civil war as it is in Afghanistan and cannot afford the blood money of another war nor the blood it could cost us. Let the Turks or Saudis step in if they want to. Syria is in their backyard.”