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Justin Bieber Snubbed For Polaris Prize, Again

Justin Bieber Snubbed For Polaris Prize, Again

Commented Jun 14, 2013 at 15:57:21 in Entertainment

“"See which artsits did get the nod in the gallery below."

I'm embarrassed to comment on an article that I'm embarrassed to have read, but aren't there any proofreaders? Artists isn't a hard word to spell.”
Passion Pit On Coachella, Pop Music And How The Band Stopped Hating Touring

Passion Pit On Coachella, Pop Music And How The Band Stopped Hating Touring

Commented Apr 9, 2013 at 12:40:01 in Entertainment

“Wish there was a diagnosis for ignorant. You earned it.”
ABC Midseason Schedule 2012-2013: 'Zero Hour,' 'Red Widow' Get Premiere Dates

ABC Midseason Schedule 2012-2013: 'Zero Hour,' 'Red Widow' Get Premiere Dates

Commented Dec 6, 2012 at 10:45:38 in TV

“Don't usually watch TV but caught an episode of Suburgatory. At least the episode I saw was pretty witty, especially living near the NYC suburbs. Seems like everything else listed was pretty silly, but "How to Live With Your Parents (for the rest of your life)" is downright terrifying.”
Thighs: Show Us Yours (PHOTOS)

Thighs: Show Us Yours (PHOTOS)

Commented Jul 3, 2012 at 19:47:38 in Women

“Not particularly.  Not even easily offended.  You're pretty judgmental aren't you?”
Thighs: Show Us Yours (PHOTOS)

Thighs: Show Us Yours (PHOTOS)

Commented Jul 3, 2012 at 19:20:33 in Women

“The purpose of this was what? To help convince someone else there's nothing wrong with her thighs? I didn't walk away with that feeling. I'm actually now wondering if the cellulite I thought was no big deal needs to be defended, and I'm a size 2. Please stop with this "real" beauty stuff. It doesn't ring true, and it's doing women a huge disservice to make them defend parts of their body and then wait to be congratulated for being either "beautiful" or "real," but not both.”

Bigdaddy Milkman on Jul 3, 2012 at 19:42:19

“Well said. I also noticed their version of "real Thighs" is not my experience. About 4 out of 38 looked like they weren't from 25 or under aged women. Go to a nude beach if you want to see really "real" thighs. It's far from what society has decided is attractive.”

ILoveGreatDanes on Jul 3, 2012 at 19:40:30

“You're really insecure, aren't you?”
Friends With Ex: Should You Be Friends With Your Ex Post-Split?

Friends With Ex: Should You Be Friends With Your Ex Post-Split?

Commented May 15, 2012 at 21:04:09 in Divorce

“Thank you. Why can't a split between people who have shared lives end in an amicable way if both handle things well. Not every relationship must end in hate and long-standing grudges.”
Friends With Ex: Should You Be Friends With Your Ex Post-Split?

Friends With Ex: Should You Be Friends With Your Ex Post-Split?

Commented May 15, 2012 at 21:00:52 in Divorce

“What a narrow-minded, horrible way to look at things. My husband is ending our relationship, and I am devastated. I hope the best for him in light of both of our mistakes, but I still harbor, deep in my heart, a desire to "be friends." I love him too much to let go. That's not selfish. That's not "not dealing with grief." It's part of an unimaginably painful process, in which both of us now have to grow. The desire to see him, after a split that was jarring and quick, is not selfishness on my part, but part of the grieving process. Denial and bargaining are long-standing, proven parts of grieving. I don't call him because I do want the best for him and want him to be healthy and move on, but to have such things said as the person who wants to maintain the friendship, or lines of communication is narrow and one-sided.”

Trompe loeil on May 16, 2012 at 02:22:34

“I feel your pain. I'm still grieving and occasionally in denial about being able to be friends with the man I broke up with some months ago. I still love him but it was an untenable relationship. Even though I made the decision to end it, it's been wrenching at times.

Still, the longer I go without contact the easier it gets. I even have moments when I feel like I'm over him.”
Healthy Vending Machines: What Would You Stock In Yours?

Healthy Vending Machines: What Would You Stock In Yours?

Commented May 10, 2012 at 00:48:44 in Healthy Living

“I guess that's why I'll have to keep packing my lunch. Nothing that could come out of a machine could be something I want in my body.”
Healthy Vending Machines: What Would You Stock In Yours?

Healthy Vending Machines: What Would You Stock In Yours?

Commented May 10, 2012 at 00:46:18 in Healthy Living

“The best vending machine would have small bites of dark chocolate, organic greek yogurt, multiple options of sliced fruit, and reasonably sized packages of nuts. And please, some real water, not "Vitamin" filled, but real, distilled, healthy water. I try to bring it with me, but when I forget, it would be so great to be able to refill!”
Healthy Vending Machines: What Would You Stock In Yours?

Healthy Vending Machines: What Would You Stock In Yours?

Commented May 10, 2012 at 00:41:50 in Healthy Living

“That Quaker Oats recipe is the best. It's the only recipe I'll ever use for the best oatmeal cookies ever. Organic butter, flour, and brown sugar (or even the family molasses to make regular sugar spectacular) make not too sweet, perfect oatmeal cookies. And definitely with you on the half bottle of white with a little brie. A perfect snack.”
Having A Purpose In Life Could Protect Brain From Mental Decline, Study Suggests

Having A Purpose In Life Could Protect Brain From Mental Decline, Study Suggests

Commented May 10, 2012 at 00:34:53 in Healthy Living

“I love that quote. Use it every time I feel like quitting. Life is hard, yes, but if you have a reason to keep going, a "why" you can survive so much. Heartache beyond what you think you can bear.”
Having A Purpose In Life Could Protect Brain From Mental Decline, Study Suggests

Having A Purpose In Life Could Protect Brain From Mental Decline, Study Suggests

Commented May 10, 2012 at 00:32:30 in Healthy Living

“So true. I walk past so many homeless, hungry people in NYC every day, just trying to catch the 4 train. I wish I could give them all something. Purpose is trying to do something beyond just dropping 50 cents in one person's basket. It's feeling like you have a means to help fix the problem on a larger scale.”
Tan Model In H&M Ad Gets The 'Tanorexic' Treatment, Has Doctors In A Tizzy (PHOTOS)

Tan Model In H&M Ad Gets The 'Tanorexic' Treatment, Has Doctors In A Tizzy (PHOTOS)

Commented May 10, 2012 at 00:27:13 in Style

“I'm brunette and not so tan, but still find that ridiculous. My sister has blonde hair and brown eyes, the exact opposite of me, and we both read Scientific American and subscribe to Dictionary.com word of the day. What does hair color or how tan we are have to do with anything?”

lovelyliberalchick on May 10, 2012 at 00:38:49

“It does not have to do with anything more than insecurities people have about changing everything unique about them,including the skin color through tanning and bleaching.”
Tan Model In H&M Ad Gets The 'Tanorexic' Treatment, Has Doctors In A Tizzy (PHOTOS)

Tan Model In H&M Ad Gets The 'Tanorexic' Treatment, Has Doctors In A Tizzy (PHOTOS)

Commented May 10, 2012 at 00:18:16 in Style

“That's all I could think of through this whole article. Terrible terminology.”
L-Carnitine, Nutrient In Red Meat, Linked With Heart Disease

L-Carnitine, Nutrient In Red Meat, Linked With Heart Disease

Commented Apr 9, 2013 at 16:04:34 in Healthy Living

“Wow. If you want people to listen to you, to trust you more than their doctors, try writing something valid, or in proper grammar, so that maybe people will take you seriously.”
The Word You're Probably Misusing

The Word You're Probably Misusing

Commented Jul 4, 2012 at 18:44:24 in Books

“:-) Wow. Good catch! I can't believe I did that. Funny how these things catch up with us even when we're critical of other people. Good lesson.”
The Word You're Probably Misusing

The Word You're Probably Misusing

Commented Jul 3, 2012 at 19:39:40 in Books

“Recently heard a teenager say they wanted to become a poemist. Sure hope that happens for them.”

The Ezekiel Ray on Jul 4, 2012 at 16:02:57

“I hope she understands pronoun agreement.”
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If You Use This Word, People Will Think You're Stupid

Commented May 10, 2012 at 01:10:29 in Books

“"I" think they are teaching "them" the basics of modern English, which seems to reflect the self-centered "I." "I" before "me" especially you see. This article touched "me" and also my roommate. "We" appreciate it.”
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If You Use This Word, People Will Think You're Stupid

Commented May 10, 2012 at 01:04:29 in Books

“I like totally agree with you.”
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Opening Up to Healing

Commented May 10, 2012 at 00:58:49 in Healthy Living

“This is a beautiful post. So much of our struggles to heal emotionally have a bearing on our physical and spiritual health. Psychological wounds can cut deeper than physical wounds and have more lasting effects. In fact, without treating the deep emotional wounds, we are in danger of not healing from our physical ailments. The body is a beautiful whole, and hard as it may be, we have to address the whole problem.”
Fat-Free Half-and-Half?

Fat-Free Half-and-Half?

Commented May 10, 2012 at 00:54:41 in Healthy Living

“Very true. Just eat real food, exercise your body, and don't worry about fat. Our brains rely on the right, healthy fats to function properly. In fact, protective myelin is 70% fat. So we just have to get the right kinds, and in moderation. But never excluding fat. We need it!”

DrP on May 11, 2012 at 00:09:05

“You are basically correct. However, a 65 to 80% fat content in a well-formulated low-carb diet can be the optimal % to induce ketosis, a very efficient way to fuel the body and brain and enhance athletic performance and overall health.”
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I Wanna Be Sedated

Commented Apr 28, 2012 at 00:06:09 in Healthy Living

“I'm sick of sleeping pills. I also know I can't function on one hour of sleep per night, which I was getting before and not functioning. Now I sleep, but I feel awful in the mornings, and I'm terrified of being without the pills. What an awful vicious cycle I want out of. But how to break it when you're self-employed and can't take a week off to stay awake all night and "reset" your sleep clock. I hate sleeping pills and wish I had never started.”
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The New Scoop on Calories From Two Eating Experts

Commented Apr 27, 2012 at 23:55:41 in Books

“I agree. Why are still talking about ways of trying to trick our bodies into thinking they need less food? If we would just honor them and eat in a healthy way, dieting would become obsolete. I guess that would put a lot of people out of business.”
Infertility: You Can't Always Get What You Want -- And That's Not All Bad

Infertility: You Can't Always Get What You Want -- And That's Not All Bad

Commented Apr 27, 2012 at 23:41:59 in Women

“I didn't get what I wanted either. I thought I didn't want children, found myself reconsidering, and then got slammed with the end of my marriage - also not what I wanted. I realized I knew nothing about myself or what I wanted, and that maybe, just maybe the hell of losing what you really want can be an extraordinarily catalyst for change, but only as you said, in the long run. It's hanging in there for the happiness later that's the hard part when you lose what you think you want.”
Are We <em>Addicted</em> to the Idea of Perfection?

Are We Addicted to the Idea of Perfection?

Commented Sep 16, 2011 at 11:09:37 in Healthy Living

“Thanks for this. Addiction to perfection is one of the hardest addictions to break, with some of the most devastating emotional consequences.”
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