“Another Jodi Arias. Might these women be doing this just for the media attention?
Scary new trend perhaps.”
AngiLew on Sep 7, 2013 at 06:02:12
“It is called mental disease. No matter how you look at it: if these people are doing it for the media attention, or if they are sociopaths, it is a mental problem. (Did Ariel Castro kidnap and rape and hold hostage those women for "media attention"?)”
“Kourtney's hot fer shur...She looks a lil too overdone with the makeup however. Face looks rather unnatural, like Joan Rivers' facelifted mug. Her friends are dogs--woof woof! Maybe she surrounds herself with them to look all the better?”
“I guess what is the most disturbing part of his death is that nobody in Hollywood is talking about prevention! They all miss him, they all think it is a tragedy, and they all morn his death. But somebody needs to step up with some once of courage and say "Drugs kill!" Don't do them, unless you want to die early and break other folks hearts. That is the true message that nobody is talking about.”
“I don't think Tara's much relevant anymore. "D" list? "E" list?
That last breast enhancement she got was horrible and difficult to look at.
One breast going east and the other drooping southward. Yuck. I wouldn't even wanna see her naked, so maybe it's best she's with the ol' geezer.”
“The burka shows she has respect for other cultures. Something that many Americans sadly are lacking. Good for Ann. Her comeback is on track. She seems like a genuine nice lady, who was wronged by the Today Show.”
“This is an interesting case with a full reading of the story. Especially after the state was warned of impending danger. If wild animals are allowed, then wouldn't it reason that they should be regulated to protect the public (ex. Ms. Nash)? Guess this state is immune to prosecution, so no dice any which way. People sue California all the time. Are all states immune to prosecution?”
“I was a recent "99er." I wondered at times whether I'd ever work again. I got into security work at half the pay I used to make, but it got me back into the work world. Companies will always need security and this industry is less susceptible to outsourcing than others. Older, mature workers make excellent security guards. Here in California, you need a state issued Guard Card (basically a business license), but they're pretty easy to acquire. Once you get back into the work force, things usually have a funny way of working themselves out and you could look for other jobs too. As the old saying goes, it's easier to get a job when you already have one. Keep trying and don't ever give up.”
Dk Schae on Oct 2, 2011 at 07:01:03
“Do you need training and certified for that kind of work? I'd love to do security, but where I am they want you to have a piece of paper saying you went through some kind of training. I can't afford it.”
“Sue, this is where technology (i.e. cameras, suveillance) comes into play. You witness them placing the items in bags and then post an LP agent outside. Not really rocket science. If we just collectively throw up our hands and say "there's nothing we could really do," then we're all defeated by this. If you're a LP agent who is hired to PREVENT shoplifting and you can't or won't do it, then doesn't that mean that you've failed in your job? I mean, if you're a firefighter, but don't know how to put out fires, what good are you? Like all jobs, if you can't do yours, then there's plenty of people out of work and lined up to take your place.”
sue1mar3 on Jun 10, 2011 at 22:06:55
“Yes, all very valid points. Just sayin'..... So many people are always looking for a scapegoat.”
“These criminals are known as "boosters," among law enforcement and loss prevention departments. They probably are employed by a larger criminal entity. These goods will likely end up heavily discounted at the local flea market or listed on eBay. Loss Prevention agents have to take a more proactive approach and apprehend the suspects once they attempt to leave the store. If they got away with it, then that means L.P. couldn't or wouldn't do the job that they are hired for.”
sue1mar3 on Jun 9, 2011 at 18:04:21
“Sometimes shoplifters only have a short distance to get out the front door and nobody notices. Unless the L.P. was posted right at the door, what could they do?”
“Maybe we should default. Take our medicine now. Otherwise, if we keep borrowing and proverbially kicking the can down the road, then the pain will much greater later.”
Hawklord Tst on Jun 5, 2011 at 20:49:33
“jeez, default and the world economy goes in the toilet, and we would have to start selling bonds offering 12% interest for anyone to buy them. common”
Lavafalls on Jun 5, 2011 at 20:37:45
“maybe we should cut our military budget, raise taxes, and pay off the debt.
We paid off a bigger debt after WWII”
Sunset Pixie on Jun 5, 2011 at 20:36:34
“This right here is what's wrong.
Taking "our medicine now" would result in future generations plagued by the massive deficits in infrastructure and education they need to compete in this world. It's a no-go situation, and it should be a no-go in regards to this deficit as well.”
azxff on Jun 5, 2011 at 20:35:18
“Maybe we shouldn't and perhaps we can get the debt under control in a far shorter time than Ryan and still keep Medicare.
“I think CBS will regret letting Katie go. I thought she was pretty cool...able to register with viewers across a wide age and socio spectrum. I hope she eventually returns to doing an evening national news broadacast. Peace out Katie and good luck with the new gig. I'll miss your evening news broadcasts.”
whowhatwhywherewhen on May 14, 2011 at 08:11:44
“me too...it's a shame with all the negativity on here, but what can you expect from people in this country? Everyone was all about her a mere five years ago when she was on the Today Show, but look how quickly we turn on each other.”
“They used to be a semi-decent spot for picking up a slice when at the mall. Then, they jacked up their prices to rival seated dining options and got really stingy with their frequent dining cards and stamps. Several of their employees here in California probably wouldn't pass E-verify procedures either. This isn't rasict, just stating facts.”
nl711 on Mar 31, 2011 at 18:44:58
“Several of their employees here in California probably wouldn't pass E-verify procedures either. This isn't rasict, just stating facts.
HOW IS THIS STATING FACT WHEN YOU USE THE WORD PROBABLY?
IS THAT BECAUSE YOU BELIEVE MOST MEXICANS LOOK ILLEGAL OR BECAUSE THEY SPEAK ANOTHER LANGUAGE AND THEREFORE THAT MUST MEAN THEY PROBABLY ARE ILLEGAL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
IF YOU WANT TO STATE FACTS THEN STATE FACTS STOP BEING A RACIST IT MAKES YOU LOOK LIKE AN A**”