“I see her evil mindet every day. Movies, TV, the media, a Sociaist agenda hardening hearts.
When a man gets 50 years in prison for shoplifting, yet a murderer only get 3 years—something is very wrong! When children are forced against their own will (and the parent's will) to take unnecessary dangerous drugs—something is very wrong! When states are resorting to gambling casinos and lotteries to make ends meet—something is very wrong! America is being assaulted from all angles”
Barno1 on Aug 20, 2013 at 00:41:56
“It is amazing how gullible people are. And the media too. On AOL's homepage the headline screams "Woman writes outrageously cruel letter to mom of autistic boy." Oh really? How on earth does AOL know who wrote it if the police don't have a clue? Oh right, because the letter is signed "one p***ed off mother" and the person who wrote it seems like such an upstanding, mature adult, why wouldn't we believe them when they claim to be a mother? Lol. It's most likely an immature kid who wrote it, we don't even know if it was written by a female let alone a mother. Like I said, it's amazing how gullible people are.”
Jun 9, 2012 at 01:30:10
“I completely agree with Stephanie's advice!
I am Vanessa Taylor, author of “Text. Love. Power.: The Ultimate Girls Guide to Texting and Dating in the New Millennium” available on Amazon.
In my book, I advise women to not text on a date with a man. Some even think texting will make her date wonder if she's texting another man. They hope this will make him more interested. Stephanie hit the nail on the head -- it's disrespectful. She's also right about the no sexting and certainly no bickering or having conversations that should be had in person. In my book, I advise women to not text at all and answer their 20 most frequently asked questions if they just can't live without texting. Either way, Stephanie's pointed out problems I'm finding more therapists and dating coaches are noticing as patterns/problems with texting.
Excellent article, Stephanie! Thank you for sharing!”