“If they can accidently stumble upon a 1000 year old village, then you tell me how the world that is LOOKING for a plane, can't find it. ?”
Carole Mellin on Apr 15, 2014 at 22:47:51
“Because the plane is probably twice as deep as the Titanic. It's said that looking that deep for the plane is like standing on top of the Rocky Mountains, looking for a suitcase at the bottom...in the dark.”
Haleyhompstead on Apr 14, 2014 at 15:14:47
“Well for starters, the plane is under water. These settlements are under sediment and dirt.
Second, the most likely don't want the plane found for whatever reason. I share your sentiments.”
prawn259 on Apr 13, 2014 at 18:48:00
“I hope you didn't stay up all night trying to think of something witty to say, because it didn't work out.”
Autora on Apr 13, 2014 at 14:08:42
“They didn't stumble on it. They knew it was there, which is why that scientist used his drone to use thermal equipment to try and map it more accurately.”
Stickman125 on Apr 13, 2014 at 13:43:42
“Maybe because the plane is under 3 miles of water! It took 70 years to find the Titanic. Maybe one day researchers will stumble across this plane.”
Frabjous Day on Apr 13, 2014 at 13:23:30
“I know that we think of planes as being large objects, but compared to the ocean that one is somewhere in, they are tiny. Even the smallest village is probably thousands of times the size of an airplane.”
“I believe it! I KNEW a woman with a brain tumor that was like that!! She'd say things inappropriate in public AND she'd laugh about EVERYTHING, she'd tell a story about a nieghbor dying and laugh as she told it - yes... it's true - I wouldn't have believed it either had I not known this woman.”
Feb 2, 2013 at 14:58:21
“Ilived in Chelsea on 20th and 7th ave for many years..a walk up. the first floor was a chicken store with big grills and open flames. i went away to fire island with my goldren on memorial day weeknd (this was about 7 years aho). As I was laying on the beach , taking in the sun for the first time after a long long winter, I looked back and everybody was waiving for me to come to them.
They gave me the news. THe chicken store;s flames were to high and the building exploded.
I left the dog at the beach and headed back on the ferry and ended up back in chlesea..this was all in the same day i left...to see the sky from my living room. I was on the top floor and things exploded. I basically lost everything.. I had the super drive me back out to the ferry, back to the house.. had a few shots of tequila and went to bed. "i';ll deal with it tomorrow!"”
“she will never have the quality of life as one knows. this is an expensive turn-to- god or better yet, fear of god.”
ladymulti on Oct 28, 2012 at 02:41:14
“Besides your comment not making much grammatical sense; I am taking your comment for you saying that the baby being alive is too expensive for it to be alive.
Honestly, though, I have no idea what this comment has to do with my comment at all. Besides, is there really a value you can put on life? I suppose when you get a headache, you don't take a Tylenol or Advil... I suppose when you sneeze, you don't use a tissue... I suppose when you get sick you don't go to the doctor... I suppose you also don't wear coats to keep yourself warm in the warm in the winter... They're all expenses to life and health.
Regardless of the expense, I don't think the parents care. They have that baby girl whom the doctors said would not even survive to be born... they have that baby girl whom the doctors told them to kill before it even could be born... they have that baby girl whom the doctors said would not survive being born... They have that baby girl, whom is their daughter and, even if only for a year or so, they have that baby and that baby has them. She is part of their family.
Someone I know had a baby whom had a genetic disorder; she only lived a few months, but you know what? She lived; and her mother talks about her and puts pictures of when she was alive on Facebook every so often. She was there.. she lived and”
“totally agree. why am i paying for this child whose maintenace just to breath costs millions.
abortion shoud have been mandatory”
Bafun on Nov 4, 2012 at 11:28:03
“"God has designed Pearl the way he wanted, for his glory and our good."
well, god is a s@dist
All fanatic religious, for sure against mandatory health insurance... so we can guess who pay for this.
Fanatic religious wanting to make this country Americanistan.”
Jene88 on Oct 28, 2012 at 11:27:15
“East, if any woman wants to carry a baby full-term, that's not anyone's decision to make, but the mother. I can't understand how you see this mandatory thing working. I'm pro-choice, but mandatory abortions? How do you decide that? Do you realize that ultra-sounds can be wrong, (they occasionally make mistakes, they're not foolproof yet), and that genetic testing cannot precisely predict the outcome, that amniotic fluid cannot exactly give the answer. But, putting all those doubts aside, what gives anyone the right to force someone to do something with their body? I don't understand your point at all.”
Lorelei340 on Oct 28, 2012 at 00:40:41
“And what should be done, then, if someone is left a paraplegic after a terrible car accident? Not help them?”
naomizane on Oct 28, 2012 at 00:38:59
“Mandatory abortion ? You sound like Hitler. You think you have the right to decide who lives and who dies ? That's SICK !”
“100% correct. but their numbers still do not add up. 20 million.. so, they owed 600000 plus 400000 plud the landscapist does not all up to 20 million. If they scammed their way into this money, something else is not quite right.”
“Absolutely . If you are truly afflicted with panic attacks, of which boviously you have no understanding, you can be an out patient for so long and concoct different cocktails from now until doomsday. You need to be watched 24/7 for a peeriod of time in order to nip a panic attack in the butt. They are very serious and dibilitating as I know first hand. I committed myself after learning that an outpatient was not ther answer. You are also riddled with fear. that is panic. so you need that positive reinforcement of psycotherapy in conjunction with medication. a doctor will always as you on a scale of 1-10 how bad is (the pain/) panic attacks are a 10. you are very lucky to have no knowledge of them. stay that way!!”
“In 2003 I suffered for 3 years non stop from panic attacks. Everything is involved, both psychologically and eventually physically. It's truly too complicated to go into and I feel terrible for Dani. Whomever said get rid of the cameras, is correct. Or put yourself away for 30 days. I bet you she eventually ends up with volutentary commiment. Kim Bassinger suffers from panic attaks as well. She didn't leave her house for years and it led to a divorce. Doubtful that Dani's family has any understanding what she is going through. This doesn't help matters. in fact, it works in the reverse. I broke my hip two years ago and I will take a broken hip over panic anyday.. Good luck dear.”
pandamama on Oct 16, 2012 at 00:39:18
“Put her away for 30 days, committment? Aren't you a sweetheart? For someone who claims to have suffered from panic attacks you have no empathy! Obviously, you have more problems than panic attacks.”
“martha, i so agree with you. a person is not in their right mind to continously do this. do you know the definition of insanity: A PERSON WHO KEEPS REPEATING THE SAME BEHAVIOR , HOPING FOR A DIFFERENT OUTCOME....period”
“the breed of middle class has been dying off for decades now. with the onset of technology, it sped things up and allowed the wealthy to become wealthier and the middle to become poorer.
there is really no such thing as a democracy or equality. socialism, yes.”