“Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. To most, including myself, she is indeed, very attractive. However, I totally understand where you are coming from. For me and my eyes, I'll never understand all the fuss about Brad Pitt. He's 'okay' looking - at best - to me. Obviously, millions disagree with me, :-)”
“I like it! Have always thought he was hot, but never cared for the hair. Kudos to the stylist. The cut makes him look more current. And come January, when he'll have hotness competition with Harry Connick, Jr. (my all time fav), it was time for a change.”
“It's truly mind boggling how some people just can't get through their day without putting down or making fun of others. No, my life is not 'over' because because FB is down, but it is an inconvenience. Go outside and smell the fresh air, you say? Well, I would if I could, however, the disease I have won't allow that. But that's okay, you just keep making your simple minded statements to make your simple minded self feel better.”
benofbens on Oct 21, 2013 at 10:51:14
“I have an autoimmune disease, currently in remission(yay!), so I understand not being able to "get out", and I understand how Facebook can make up a little of the social interactions one can lose. I really hope your condition improves.
Many have a love-hate relationship with the site. People get stupid, posting before thinking, and getting education for pictures with a simplistic, often misattributed quote. It's also the only way some of us have now to be in touch with certain people. It feels good to vent our frustrations with the site, while at the same time knowing we're really not going to stop our collective addiction.”
BannedFromCommenting on Oct 21, 2013 at 10:48:08
“Why do you sit on FB and put down and make fun of others?? I don't , usually only teens do. So why you sitting on your high horse here, trying to tell people WHO they are and actually putting them down? Hypocrite much???”
William1950 on Oct 21, 2013 at 10:47:40
“amazing how your first and last sentences go together...”
“We all have different opinions on what we think makes a woman's body beautiful. To me, rock hard abs do NOT look sexy on a woman. Unless you are a professional athlete, I just think it's too much. But hey, to each his own...”
“Wow! Having a baby at 46 is pretty dangerous; for the mother and the child. Prayers for them both.”
CdngrlinUS on Apr 6, 2013 at 18:55:42
“It isn't anymore dangerous than at 25 or 35. The monitoring is very thorough and if early tests don't detect anything you have nothing to worry about. I'll be 7 months on my 42 birthday and my ob tells me that older mothers are often healthier and more aware than younger mothers.”
“Another slam 'just because' by a liberal media commenter/moderator; well color me surprised. NOT!
At least she admitted her mistake and then provided the correct information. Sheesh. Give the girl a break.”
Mort on May 28, 2012 at 04:43:38
“Just because? This is a forum where we express ourselves on all kinds of topics. Whether you're conservative, liberal, or an unaffiliated vote-by-your-own-choice person like me, you're welcome to speak or spew. In this case, she has a history of making bad decisions. Here's another one where she touts false, inflammatory info, like her mom, then downplays it by calling it a mistake. Once published the damage is often done and goes viral. But if you want to be a Palin fan, that's entirely up to you.”
Motie on May 27, 2012 at 06:40:00
“Bristol didn't admit anything. Nancy French writes her blog. I doubt Bristol even reads it.”
“Shaking my head at some of the comments here. Wow! Number one, this is an autistic child. That in and of itself makes everything different. Two, the parent should have been called and told of the situation before any action was taken. I am in full agreement with this parent that SOMEONE needs to be held accountable. I am curious though, how a different tooth was pulled. You can't just pull out a strong, stable tooth. It must have been loose as well. Will definitely be following the story as it develops.”
btheladynred on May 24, 2012 at 16:14:03
“The point isn't if the other tooth was loose or not, it was the wrong tooth that they said was causing all the fuss to begin with that they felt the need to take it upon themselves to pull it out.”
“Let’s understand that Paul was not saying that the women should dress in an unattractive manner. Dr. Wilbert Welch, former president of Grand Rapids Baptist College and Seminary, says; “[Paul’s] instruction that the women of the church ‘adorn’ themselves modestly is not part of an ‘anti-attractive’ campaign. In fact, he said they should ‘adorn themselves,’ not detract. Their apparel was to be modest. There was to be no extravagance or undue emphasis placed on a woman’s physical attractiveness.” (W. Wilbert Welch, A Charge to Keep, pg. 43 RBP, 1982)
In the Greek the word the NKJV translates modest means well arranged, seemly, decent and orderly. A Godly woman’s apparel will be marked by modesty and decency.
We don’t have to look very far for examples in our culture of immodest apparel. We are assaulted with images of scantily clad women on television, in the check out lane magazine racks and just by going out in public we encounter individuals who’s dress is immodest. Let’s face it. We live in a society that does not respect the bounds of common decency in attire.
As followers of Jesus Christ, we need to allow the Word of God, not the culture, to set the standard for the way in which we dress.”
“An article on Sarah Palin's hair - No video necessary. Just show the pic; one before and one after. Leave politics out of this, PLEASE! This is a STYLE page. So, on that topic, no, I don't particularly care for this look. I think it ages her.”