Am I seriously the only person who can read this article and recognized 50 cent has entered into a deal to promote Effen Vodka on his social media account? Its probably their money. There are probably ten people in the room staging these photos.
Its the FREE MARKET people! God bless America.
December 20, 2014 at 6:06pm
That explains much about this story.
 December 13, 2014 at 7:03pm
Life happens Einstein. I took my infant on a cross country flight because there was a recession and my husband found work on the west coast. Me driving alone for five days cross country just didn’t seem reasonable. It wasn’t perfect but everyone lived.
Also I took my middle child to NY at 18 months old to say goodbye to dying grandfather, but I guess you probably think that was selfish too. As for Disneyland, we went there too and it was great. If you don’t like kids Disney might be a place for you to avoid.
December 11, 2014 at 3:20pm
Oh, don’t get your panties in a knot, teddy.
I thought it was pretty clever, airborne.
 November 15, 2014 at 9:36pm
I’m not the hunter my dad is, so maybe I don’t know, but I thought I heard bear meat was nasty.
If somebody ate it….then fine, but I’m with you shooting things for no reason is baffling.
 November 9, 2014 at 4:28pm
Actually most of the people I know with BS degrees can’t have an intelligent conversation about anything outside their field of study.
 November 9, 2014 at 4:26pm
My husband is 20 years older than I…………and we’ve now been married…..20 years!
 September 2, 2014 at 1:53pm
My husband and I are both proud members of the ‘I got a bogus speeding ticket in Waldo FL Club”
Oh dear. I didn't get one in Waldo, but I did manage to get one in Wildwood.
 August 23, 2014 at 4:23pm
My husband’s EX stole his identity. (she also had a little “‘shoplifting problem”) When we found out we told her that we’d prosecute the next time….so next time she stole my 13 year old step daughter’s identity. Sadly, my husband didn’t have the heart to put his children’s mother in jail, so to this day they still don’t know that he spent thousands of dollars quietly cleaning up their credit before they were even old enough to drive….but if you ask them…he’s the bad guy for leaving her.
 July 30, 2014 at 11:14am
For however “loony” you think Ventura is, Kyle’s story never made since to me.
Ventura is a former governor who travels with a security team.
He doesn’t drink because of medical reasons.
The bar owner who knows both men came out immediately and said it never happened.
At no other time has Ventura ever said he was “glad servicemen were dead”.
..and if CK “beat up” a 67ish man with 2 hip replacements just because he said something he didn’t like, why the hell wasn’t he arrested? That’s a felony.
I can't go into it too much, but Kyle had to have lied. Seals do not go after seals and there is something fishy pointing out that any type if dust up happened in a closed door event for seals.
Something is fishy about the publisher.
It's time for people to forget this episode and move on. Even if the estate pays the bill, his widow is still worth millions. A far cry more than the average seal who does his duty.
 July 22, 2014 at 2:35pm
Rather then argue with you may I share a story?
A few years back I was returning to my job in Downtown Jacksonville FL wearing a business office appropriate skirt suit and some doofus decided to hang out the window of his vehicle to cat-call me. In doing so he slid right into the back of another vehicle sitting at the intersection’s red light.
I wasn’t dressed proactively, but this dope wrecked his car trying to harass me anyway.
About a year later, another guy was whooping and hollering at me when I was seven month pregnant wearing a maternity dress. NOBODY would have argued I was “trying to look sexy” in Navy blue and white polka dots.
 July 19, 2014 at 2:21pm
Before I had children I used to wonder about those low-class people who left the house without shoes on their toddlers. Then God gave me a toddler who refused to wear shoes for about six months just to teach me a little humility.
I couldn't agree with you more 3monkeysmomma! How perception and reality change when your toddler is running rampant throught the store shoeless and screaming lol!
Great point. I would like to share that I also used to be very judgmental of "lazy" parents. I was blessed then with a toddler who was autistic and would scream - socks hurt, shoes hurt, sun in his eyes, I don't know what caused it - he didn't have fully developed language and so it was difficult to know why he was screaming. It was eye-opening. I now attempt to always remember to help rather than judge.
I remember when I was embarrassed if my small boys were having a little too much fun in the grocery store, or too "busy" in church, and I'd see older women smiling at us, and then they would come up later and tell me to ENJOY them now, and don't worry.
Of course, I would also have the other ones who would look at us disapprovingly. I would assume they were parents of one quiet little girl! Or not even a parent at all.
Perspective is everything.
Whoa, is that the truth! My favorite "misbehaving in church" story was not mine, but told to me when I apologized for my busy youngster. Apparently her little one crawled away under the pews before mama could stop her. The tot came back with a woman's high heels! And the nice barefoot woman collected her shoes, smiling, after the service.
A big change for me was with food. Before the babies, I would have never even THOUGHT about eating food off of someone else's plate. But when your own 2 year old will not finish her meal, and you hate to see the food go to waste, then it's like "flesh of my flesh, bone of my bone, if she has a cold, then I'm going to get it anyway . . . . "
Well this, fluoride in the water, common core, mercury in vaccines, TV, etc.
useful idiots all around....Including the people who think reporting about reporting classifies as news
April 14, 2014 at 11:23pm
I have got to get me one of those!!!!!!
April 14, 2014 at 11:22pm
Most of our fights start when my husband walks in on me having a snack and says something about it.
(apparently is fine for him to be fat and ugly, but I’m still supposed to be the anorexic 22 year old he married 20 years ago)
April 14, 2014 at 8:40pm
Ah, yes…the Glenn Beck who use to agree with Ron Paul and then threw him under the bus has just reared his lily-liver head again.
The difference is, this time no one is surprised….and I continue to be glad I stopped buying Glenn’s books and refused to buy his online TV and merchandise.
Glen reminds me of that establishment RINO shill "Schnitt" of the Schnitt Show who claims to be a patriot and for the constitution yet takes his marching orders from Carl Rove & Clear Channel Communications.
I used to listen to them both but now realize they are nothing but establishment RINO darlings of talk radio. Hard to believe Beck is bad mouthing a fellow conservative Mormon & the people that support Mr. Bundy.
Yeah I've never gotten over that either. Nor the purist libertarians being Nazi's remark. Now it's his reluctance to go after Harry Reid that's my biggest concern.
April 2, 2014 at 11:16pm
I’m enrolled there now and its beyond disappointing.
April 2, 2014 at 11:13pm
He might be teaching in one of the online programs. I took a class online from ASU recently and my TA was located in West Virginia.
April 2, 2014 at 10:18pm
I just sent this to ASU:
Dear Dr. Crow,
I am a relatively new ASU student enrolled in the Graduate College of Education. I thought long and hard about entering graduate school as I’m sure many people have in such an uncertain economy. After much soul-searching and doubt, I finally committed to enrolling at ASU largely because I thought the reputation of ASU as a serious institution of higher learning would make the degree worth the investment of both my precious time and money. Given that, you can imagine my shock today of learning we have a “professor” making national headlines by writing to an organization with whom he disagrees in language so vulgar and juvenile, it would make a feral 13 year old seem ignorant. Now , if the professor has strong opinions and wishes to engage in the exchange of “ideas” in a public forum he certainly has that right, but I think “Go F. yourself” hardly qualifies as an idea of any merit regardless of his personal views. Are we really this hard up for qualified faculty?
It is my understanding that the University has chosen to take the opinion that “academic freedom” trumps any standards of decency or professionalism. This is disappointing, because I really don’t want to go job searching a fifteen months from now and have to be embarrassed or ashamed of the name on my degree. Does ASU have no responsibility to those of us making GIANT PERSONAL SACRIFICES to be an ASU alum? I am really unhappy and embarrassed by this and I hop
March 20, 2014 at 10:35pm
@ Old Guy
You clearly know next to nothing about autism. Did you know that with proper support 1 in 25 ASD children will reach a recovery level of function by age 9 and 1 in 10 will reach a recovery level of function by adulthood?
The “support” necessary for this to happen is for them to learn to interact and cope with the real world. Are you seriously suggesting that my little ASD son (who has a genius IQ by the way) should be doomed to life as a shut-in just so it doesn’t annoy a few morons?