“I'd like to see a RHO St. Louis, where we work for a living, have things like a college degree or Master's, raise our children in loving homes, get along with our friends and have a really good time doing it. Oh wait, no one's interested in that because that's reality. Still a fan of all the RHO series, and Bravo!”
Jp Everyman on Apr 9, 2012 at 14:59:34
“No one's interested in that because it's St. Louis. bleeh.”
miramar03 on Apr 9, 2012 at 11:26:39
“Good comment. I agree with most of what you said----except for the RHO. It's just as bad in its own way, as the rest. Amazing that currently the loud minority has the viewers while normality is considered boring. Too bad-------”
“You can cover up bad skin from an unhealthy lifestyle, get your teeth fixed, wear a gorgeous gown, and strike a pose. But you can't hide the fact that your hair is giving away your obvious mystery diet, darling. You just can't fake full, sexy, lustrous hair that comes from taking care of yourself. You don't, and most of us aren't fooled. Sorry. Great lipstick though.”
Feb 9, 2012 at 11:22:22
“Please god keep Taylor Swift off that stage. Everything is better than her music (and I LOVE country) and if I have to see that "OMG?! YOU LIKE ME!?" fake face again. Really. Here's to great lyricists and talented instrumentalists making a much needed comeback.”
Sharon Odom on Feb 9, 2012 at 12:38:52
“Thank you so much for saying that! Her fake, 'Oh I won? What a surprise!" look has got to stop! I noticed it at the Grammys two years ago then again during the 'highlights' of one of those country music award shows. No wonder they decided to recast her in Les Misérables!”
jazabelz on Feb 9, 2012 at 12:26:25
“I agree with you about Taylor Swift -- talk about bubble gum music and lyrics. She has no range, no depth and I just don't get why she has such a strong fan base!”
“As an educated working professional who was a day care kid myself, my husband and I made the choice to put my child in daycare 5 days a week after 12 weeks. He's more than thrived and I'm amazed at his skill and language ability. Being around other children in a safe environment has done wonders, and we will absolutely do the same for our next child. While it's nice to stay at home and think it's better for your kid, it's absolutely not, in my opinion. I've yet to meet a kid from a stay at home environment who was as bright, social and well adjusted as mine.”
beachbunni307 on Jan 23, 2012 at 18:09:29
“You should probably get out more, then. Children from both sides can be bright, social, and well adjusted....it depends more on the parenting.”
Barbhp on Jan 23, 2012 at 17:30:03
“I agree. There are pros and cons to both stay-at-home and daycare - for both the mother AND the child. I worked part time and frankly would have gone crazy at home 100%. So some say I shouldn't have kids? frankly it's MYOB. Daycare was wonderful for my son.
I grew up in the 1950s and 1960s when women stayed home. And I knew a LOT of very unhappy women (and their kids - my friends - yes even at a young age I knew) because some people are just not the stay at home kind That goes for men too. So if you want to stay home - fine. If not - fine. EACH INDIVIDUAL FAMILY MUST MAKE THIS DECISION FOR THEMSELVES and those who judge must think they are God.
It is none of anyone's business if a mom or dad goes to work or not. And why should it be only women who have to stay home? Unless one is the Virgin Mary it took 2 to make that child.
And who the he!! can afford one paycheck anymore? Cost of everything is going up yet pay is not.
Again. People who criticize (either working parents OR stay at homes) really need to MTOB. You have no idea what someone else's life is like.
and for the record I didn't know parents where both worked to have that extra car or fancy house. I wish.”
“It's like she was trying to take the necklace off and it got stuck around her massive, makeup covered forehead. Stupid. Another strange grab for attention, but at least it draws your eye away from her positively vapid-looking groom.”
Aug 9, 2011 at 16:01:44
“Thank you so much for doing a story on this, something my doctor told me years ago when I was diagnosed with type 2, as it ran in my family and I was next in line. My inital A1c was 10. After two years of self imposed strict diet and exercise my "magic number" was 6. Since then, I've managed to keep it around 4.5 to as much as 5.2 when I was pregnant, essentially "beating" diabetes, as the cut off is 6. I think if more people knew it IS NOT a death or amputaiton sentance, they would act like they could kick it's butt, which they can. But, it takes work. Effort in, results out, every day. It requires a serious life style change and it CAN be done. I'm proof at 33, diagnosed at 28, that I don't have to subscribe to the stereo type of a diabetic on any level.”