Jul 14, 2011 at 16:41:31
“Since when has "reality" been a priority in network series'? Who cares how long they are in high school? But I think their big mistake is in underestimating the importance of Lea Michele to the success of the show. She is the most truly talented female performer since Judy Garland.”
SteveDenver on Jul 14, 2011 at 19:02:59
“Like the "castaways" who went for a three-hour cruise with enough wardrobe for 120 days?”
“The thing I never hear mentioned is that our species has only been around for, in cosmological terms, a very, very short period of time. What if intelligent life outside our solar system had started only a million years before ours. Can you imagine what they might be able to do? Even if they were 10,000 years ahead of us they would be able to do things we have not even imagined yet! So assuming there is other life out there, and that at least some of it developed a significant amount of time before us, why is it so hard for some to believe that we have been visited? I would be surprised if we haven't.”
Artos on Jul 12, 2011 at 19:56:14
“Some might be even more advanced than us by leaps and bounds, especially if they don't have governments run by Republicans and Democrats.”
“Wendy's quality started going downhill as soon as it's founder passed on. I used to go there regularly, but almost never now. They used to make your burger right in front of you as you paid for it but now you are lucky if it isn't dry. I also liked the way the meat hung out over the edge of the bun, but you don't see that anymore either. They cheapened their product, and the product now sucks.”
“You don't have a clue! You are part of the problem.”
John Owings on Jun 15, 2011 at 21:18:18
“I’m part of the problem? Here I was thinking that I was just another one of the unfortunate workers - workin’ for ‘the man’ . Thank you for setting me straight. I shall hence forth quit my job to free up the time to plead my Senators to step in and regulate my (former) boss’s pay – then I’ll really know how you feel.”
“What the hell is wrong with us? Why do we continue to let ourselves be treated this way? We need a leader who is outraged by this and who will take this to Washington DC and fight for us. How about a 5 million man march to show these people we have had enough? I don't know who said it but, "All evil needs to succeed is that good men do nothing", and that is exactly what we have been doing....nothing! And look at the result. And trust me, this is evil. It is greed, selfishness, and a total lack of concern about the workers that keep these people in business. What are we going to do?”
“As you certainly should! If you knew me you would understand that I have no political affiliation. But I do know that every time an interviewer tries to hogtie a guest they make a fool of themselves.”
Jun 5, 2011 at 20:06:12
“You don't have to be "ignorant" or "bigoted" to not like rap. You just have to not like the cursing, the subject matter, the images (this video being a good example), the violence...and all the wonderful feelings these things generate. When my 12 year old granddaughter once played a rap cd in my car, as soon as they started "rapping' about "oral sex", I started rapping about turning the damn thing off....now! I have had no use for it since and I never will. Ignorant and bigoted?? Nope...intelligent and concerned about what our civilization is becoming.”
FlangeSqueal on Jun 5, 2011 at 20:26:35
dsjj251 on Jun 5, 2011 at 20:21:24
“Im petty sure this video isnt about sex, it is just an art form telling a story about a Monster.
do you turn off the TV when a monster movie comes on, do you say its about violence or do you just say it is entertainment ? that is the problem with society. We pick and choose what to say is wrong and right instead of actually giving a set definition of what is wrong and right.
if you think violence is wrong, then you should worry more about the 1 hour and 30 minute film that your grand child is going to talk about for weeks instead of the music video that they will talk about for 1 day.”
“You can't talk about "breeds", as each individual dog has his/her own personality. Just as with humans, nurture can affect a dog's behavior, but so can nature. Some dogs are more prone to violence than others, just as some people are, so without knowing all the facts you cannot place blame.
On the other hand, some people are just idiots. Dogs are just dogs.”
MB79 on May 29, 2011 at 23:18:25
“I believe you can talk about breed-specific characteristics. For hundreds of years, aggressive traits have been bred into some types of dogs. Some have protective traits that have also been bred into them, such as sheep herding dogs, which might translate into aggressiveness to strangers. Dogs that have been bred specifically for guarding or hunting are the same way. That kind of breeding doesn't go away; it's in the genes.
I agree that both nurture and nature play a part in behavior. But I also believe that a potential pet owner needs to research the origins of a breed before deciding on a purchase or adoption.”
“These posts are so funny, and are a good example of why peace in the middle east, and the entire world, is many, many years away. Until we realize we are brothers and sisters there will be no peace. It will probably take an attack by aliens to bring us together. We are such a narcissistic species: we talk about how advanced we are...how intelligent we are...when the truth is we are still hateful, greedy, just recently out of the trees barbarians, and like the narcissist who will never change until he is able to admit to himself that he is wrong, we will never change until we can admit to ourselves that we are not as advanced as we like to think. Until then there will always be two sides to the story.”
“They make educated guesses at best when they don't have enough facts. That is what I object to. If you read the article again you will notice that the word "may" figures prominently. We "may" be able to travel backwards in time...but I don't think so. There are far, far too many possible causes of movement inside the Earth for anyone to say it was caused by some ice age 25,000 years ago. Common sense. Sometimes I think scientists lose track of that.”
Bones Rhodes on May 12, 2011 at 01:55:44
“keyword = educated”
apiazza on May 12, 2011 at 00:35:08
“How would you know that? Have you reviewed their 'facts' and 'theories'? My guess is that you haven't. Which means you are just making this up because you don't like the conclusion.”
“There comes a point in someone's life, someone like Osama, where it becomes irrelevent to speak of that person's rights. If I were to go out and kill 3000 innocent people right now, and admit to it publicly, I would expect the survivors to come after me with everything they have, and if they did not I would lose all respect for them.”
European1919 on May 12, 2011 at 07:50:12
“I hope the Arab world comes after the Americans for the almost 1.5 milion innocent Iraquis killed due to the US invasion. I would have as much respect for them as I have none for the USA as an actor on the geopolitical stage.”
ruolivert on May 12, 2011 at 00:00:49
“I used to feel that way but then I realized that rights that can be made irrelevent for any reason, just or otherwise, aren't actually rights but merely priviledged.”
“Let's see...an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth. Your father was only one eye against over 3000. We still owe you. I don't care if he spent every Christmas with you singing "Oh Little Town of Bethlehem", which all good fathers should do, he was still a mass murderer and deserved everything he got and more. And he justified his murders through his belief in his "god"!? If your "god" requires murder of innocent people to further his greatness do you really believe that one day all people will be muslim? Jesus...how ignorant can you be?”
dhinds on May 12, 2011 at 00:44:30
“How much money was spent and how many lives were lost chasing after him?”
“Show me the evidence to back up this theory. Scientists today pull s*** out of there a** just to justify their career choice, and this is a prime example. There is an unwritten rule in physics that if a theory cannot be tested or proved it is simply invalid. Does this apply here? What evidence do you have that leads to this conclusion? Anyone? Anyone??”
vigoddess on May 12, 2011 at 00:20:14
“Scientists live off foundation grants so they'll say anything to
cover their tracks.
They studied coffee and said it was bad, and
now they said it is good and helps senility, and breast
cancer. Then it's bad again, and they move on to theories that are
tested on mice that drink coffee every morning at Starbucks.
It's all conjecture!
Sticking your finger in the air to see if it's raining has more credibility.”
Daniel Hicks on May 12, 2011 at 00:03:57
“You think rocks are incompressible? Explain to me then how coal turns to diamond under pressure.
Other lines of evidence for this are ancient lakeshores at higher elevations around the Great Lakes. As the land rises after the ice recedes, the water falls to a lower level and farther north.
This is predicted, tested, and valid as a theory.”
jancf on May 11, 2011 at 23:20:08
“You seriously want this in 100 words or less? Try several advanced science books and publications. You don't trust the US Geological Survey? Do you trust ANY science? Maybe if you ever need blood you would prefer to forego it because the scientists who did the research just pulled types out of their hats.”