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Chowhound's Top 10 Restaurants Under $25

Chowhound's Top 10 Restaurants Under $25

Commented Dec 29, 2010 at 13:09:05 in Los Angeles

“Disagree about Santouka; it's the best in L.A., while Daikokuya tastes fairly bland.

Also recommend Shin Sen Gumi in Rosemead and the South Bay.”

nuggett on Dec 29, 2010 at 22:19:07

“thats not the correct address that is listed is it? If the first poster is saying its in Mitsuwa in Torrance...... isnt it around 200th and Crenshaw?”
The 9 Most Awesomely Lame After School Specials (VIDEO)

The 9 Most Awesomely Lame After School Specials (VIDEO)

Commented Mar 26, 2010 at 09:33:38 in Comedy

“Bad Ronnie! The socially awkward guy who lived in the hidden room underneath the stairs after his mother died; that one was burned into my adolescent brain.”

CharlieMarlowe on Mar 26, 2010 at 10:06:04

“Bad Ronald with Scott Jacoby. His mothr hid him there after he accidentally killed the younger sister of a girl whose "in" group of cool friends rejected his attemots to be friends. That one got to me, too”
Library Computers Used By A Third Of Americans

Library Computers Used By A Third Of Americans

Commented Mar 25, 2010 at 11:26:34 in Technology

“Cheaper? I don't think so. And who is going teach them how to use the technology?

It's greener to have common computers (and books). Plus there's the social aspect too of coming together, something that counteracts the isolation of all that home/entertainment/lifestyle nesting. They have literacy classes and community rooms at the libraries too.

So I think there will always be a place for libraries.”
Library Computers Used By A Third Of Americans

Library Computers Used By A Third Of Americans

Commented Mar 25, 2010 at 11:02:02 in Technology

“I love libraries, and use them all the time, but this survey sounds crocked.

I'd be more interested in the random phone survey numbers as opposed to library patrons or people already using library computers which would skew the numbers.”
State Of The Internet VIDEO: The Truth About Zombie Computers, SPAM, And Social Networks

State Of The Internet VIDEO: The Truth About Zombie Computers, SPAM, And Social Networks

Commented Mar 1, 2010 at 23:20:07 in Technology

“Uh, the video is talking about North America (i.e., includes Canada and Iceland, etc.)”

spacechampion on Mar 1, 2010 at 23:31:48

“What makes you think Iceland is part of North America?? Technically, part of it is geographically on the North American tectonic plate, but not all of it, and politically it has always been part of Europe.”
Rachel Maddow Praised: 'Some Of The Finest Commentary Available On Cable TV'

Rachel Maddow Praised: 'Some Of The Finest Commentary Available On Cable TV'

Commented Feb 22, 2010 at 11:52:40 in Media

“Her show is the one of the few that actually provide new information or a new way of looking at an old problem. Everything else on TV or radio seems a rehash of what I've already read or heard. Except for her show, talk radio, even on the supposedly more intelligent left, is just a waste of time.”
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The Rules Redux: 4 Mind Games Men Play

Commented Nov 10, 2009 at 00:48:09 in Style

“Yeah, the problem with "The Rules" is that it assumes there is some universal standard out there that everyone understands and has agreed to. It just ain't so. And guys share much less information than women do. We don't process our relationships together generally, we just muddle through and often haven't over analyzed every sign and statement.

Whether you're a man or woman, if you go into it relying on playing games to keep the other person interested, Cosmopolitan-style, you'll deserve what you get.”
Joseph Cao: Voting For Health Reform Was

Joseph Cao: Voting For Health Reform Was "A Decision Of Conscience" (VIDEO)

Commented Nov 8, 2009 at 11:34:37 in Politics

“I think it will be too little to late because once they (hopefully) scrub the anti-abortion portion during reconciliation, Cao will vote against it, and with the next election he'll be out of a job.”
Tribune Company Loses $121M In Q3

Tribune Company Loses $121M In Q3

Commented Nov 11, 2008 at 10:41:40 in Media

“Because of budget and staffing cutbacks, the LA Times is a shell of its former self. I used to look forward to the Sunday LA Times, but there are fewer and fewer pages each week. It's getting as thin as the SF Chronicle. Great job, Zell. You've run the paper into the ground. Can you take over Fox News next?”

larry278 on Nov 12, 2008 at 02:11:34

“No, but his Rupertship is prepared to take over the Trib & all of the Trib's other papers, TV & radio stations. Even if the Trib becomes like another Murdoch paper, the UK, tabloid, SUN, Chicago will, at last, have something which resembles a newspaper. Chicago, can you handle a Page 3? Phyllis Schaley, Ann Coulter & Sarah Palin on the Trib's Page 3. It would be as big a thrill as Harry Caray singing, "Take me out to the ball game..." , or saying, "It might be, it could be (expletive deleted)...". Chicago, can you handle it? I didn't think so either. Both Chicago's current Cardinal & most famous whisky priest would go into gran mal siezures after seeing that.”
Colbert:

Colbert: "Rachel Maddow, Queen of Cable!"

Commented Nov 8, 2008 at 13:32:30 in Media

“I like her TV personae better than the radio one. Dressing up actually makes her look more authoritative, professional and creates an interesting tension that isn't there with her free-flowingness on radio. I think over time as she gets older and even more successful the TV Rachel will be more attuned to who she is. Yes TV makeup and contacts are superficial stuff, but it allows her to be more effective at what she does.”

snarkopolitan on Nov 8, 2008 at 14:49:09

“I like both avatars a whole lot.”
McCain Pulling Out Of Michigan

McCain Pulling Out Of Michigan

Commented Oct 2, 2008 at 15:13:49 in Politics

“I call ... BLINK!!”
The McCain-Palin Lies and the Neil Armstrong Principle

The McCain-Palin Lies and the Neil Armstrong Principle

Commented Sep 10, 2008 at 13:25:30 in Media

“This is ironic, because Begala was one of the Crossfire hosts slammed by Jon Stewart all those years back. Glad to see he's on board now. This is the natural progression of "spin." The connection of words with reality has been stretched so thin, that Republicans can now lie openly without being called to account.”
Obama Busts A Move - Again - For Ellen

Obama Busts A Move - Again - For Ellen

Commented Mar 1, 2008 at 02:17:36 in Media

“How Reaganesque.”
Obama Busts A Move - Again - For Ellen

Obama Busts A Move - Again - For Ellen

Commented Mar 1, 2008 at 02:16:07 in Media

“Wow, the Hillary folks are out in force. At least the election will be over on Tuesday.”
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When Losing is Winning

Commented Feb 29, 2008 at 13:10:32 in Politics

“I agree that this was a great growth opportunity for Obama as a candidate. As evidenced by his getting stronger and stronger in debates, he seems to be learning from it. Now he's starting to mix in town hall style meetings in TX.

The best part of this is how it made his supporters respond. As Americans we're used to easy quick solutions like on tv. The loss in NH made his supporters redouble their efforts (and he got the biggest online donation kick up to that time right after his loss in the state) after they realized emotionally that it wouldn't be easy (they already knew that intellectually). I think it taught his supporters about patience and endurance.”