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User Profile: fabercastell

fabercastell

Member Since: June 24, 2011

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  • May 18, 2014 at 10:45pm

    I agree. I’ve seen worse and who doesn’t want to buy what was once the twin towers? as a rememberance of those great buildings.

  • May 18, 2014 at 10:44pm

    I forgot to mention in my above statement, that this was in a History classroom in my 11th grade class back in 1991. Not a single student was bothered by it. It was what it was. That was about it.

  • May 18, 2014 at 10:40pm

    People are too sensitive. Every place has a gift shop. It is the capitalist way of doing things. I remember a photo of a nazi camp showing the ovens and it was a postcard. The teacher had gone there and let her students pass it around in class. I was shocked to see it at first knowing the history of the place. Nobody in the classroom appeared shocked by it. It was a postcard for crying out loud. Then I realized people need memories of everything in life, good and bad. I think people are getting way too sensitive. Either that or I’m desensitized, which if you aren’t by now, then you will have a much harder time living in this world we live in. If you can’t take the pain in life as an adult, you will surely fail or not succeed much.

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  • August 22, 2012 at 12:04am

    Before all of you get excited, I’m sure the horseless carriage or automobile was amazing as well. Guess what , you get over it after seeing it a second time.
    The same way a monkey gets over looking at a glittering piece of gold jewelry. Although maybe some humans might take a longer time to stop looking and staring at a piece of bright colored gold jewelry.

  • August 22, 2012 at 12:00am

    was it necessary for me to watch a diaper commercial before the main Newscast which wasn’t even in english? please put subtitles in there next time and leave the diaper commercials out. it is just a suggestion. other than that, nice clip. I got the point with the jets flying around that something might be brewing. probably an old clip, but nonetheless somewhat worthwhile.

  • August 21, 2012 at 11:55pm

    CAN SOMEONE EXPLAIN TO ME, Why does the media say “alleged suspect” when the suspect is a muslim involved in a shooting or mass shooting and it was clearly seen by everyone as to who did the shooting and the suspect is in jail. Yet they use “alleged suspect” in the report. They don’t give the same respect to an ordinary american citizen born here in some ghetto or whatever and call him an “alleged suspect”, they just look into the camera and act as if he or she is guilty already because he is a non-muslim. In this case, they pounce on the guy. He was saying, “legitimate” in the sense that if it was proven. Clearly he should have not said it at all, or said it in a less inflammatory way that would stir up the politically correct crowd, but tell me, why the anger over this..when he clearly said “sorry”, but no anger over the first instance, whenever it happens every year or so??

  • August 21, 2012 at 11:48pm

    Whenever there is a questionable shooting based upon a muslim religion, the media calls it “alleged” when clearly it was done by the person involved because everyone saw it and the person in question is awaiting justice. In this case, legitimate was meant as saying, if it was proven to be so. It is the same as saying “alleged”..so why the anger over this and not the first incidents ?? Can someone explain it to me? And he apologized and said he was misquoted or whatever. What more do you want? I thought apologizes were good enough. Now they aren’t??

  • August 21, 2012 at 10:11pm

    Am I reading this wrong? How did it deteriorate so fast after acquiring the painting? 2 years? That is why the woman tried to restore it in the first place. There is no explanation however on why it would go from good to fair condition to poor in 2 years. Where is that part of the story????

  • July 6, 2012 at 12:30am

    If I had a son, he would look like tom cruise.

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  • June 27, 2012 at 1:44am

    A friend of a friend of mine I overheard talking at a large gathering mentioned that we have given our country, a country we were brave enough to fight a Revolution for, over to a bunch of laughing hyenas at the airport. I wasn’t sure what he meant at the time, but I think I have a clue now.

  • May 4, 2012 at 10:11pm

    how is the view from under that bus?

  • May 4, 2012 at 9:57pm

    Retire to work on a community garden?? It is difficult growing a garden just on your own, why would you want to share it with the community. lol Do they know how hard it is to grow your own garden? You would want to share very little of that unless it is with your family or close friends. Why does she want to go to college? Maybe she wants to go to a trade school or learn how to drive a truck. Those jobs are still in high demand. By the time she goes to college, it will probably cost a couple million and she will never get that money back. A few thousand at the very least a year at a community college.

  • May 3, 2012 at 12:36am

    Can someone please tell these young kids that not even in China is college free !!
    Even they have given up on that idea decades ago.

  • May 2, 2012 at 7:07pm

    As the saying goes, “once you go black..you don’t wanna go back.”

  • April 9, 2012 at 12:01am

    I wonder if they would be upset if they saw a State flag, a southern Confederate flag, Abraham Lincoln, or our founding Pres. Washington in the blue space??
    what do you think?
    I’ve seen the Confederate flag, large and high up, even here in liberal los angeles flying over a house without one word being mentioned. This is appropriate? and no complaints at all? I don’t think California was even involved in the Civil War, at least not in a big way, so what is this flag doing in 21st Century America in los angeles and not one peep from any War veteran that fought on the Union side or for the whole USA after that Civil War. Okay, maybe in the south it is fine. But in California in Los Angeles?!

  • April 2, 2012 at 10:14pm

    Well what is the situation in Canada? Is this worldwide or just within the USA? There is not a lot of answers but more questions to this story. This shouldn’t even be news. If it is an emergency, the government would just step right in as it does with everything. You get more security in airports when something happens right? So what is the problem here. Many unanswered questions if you ask me.

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  • March 28, 2012 at 7:27pm

    It’s sushi ! Get use to it !!

  • March 25, 2012 at 2:53pm

    We buy oil from Canada and Venezuela. Both socialist countries that provide socialized healthcare and medicine. Canada pretends to like us while saying things behind our backs, mainly the Canadian people themselves. While in Venezuela, they also elect a President who just says stuff without fear right in the open, and not behind our backs. He just says stuff in our face that every leader in every country says behind our backs!! What is the difference then? lets analyze. Venezuela and Canada has beauty pageants. They don’t hide their women behind veils or not let them drive like the Saudi King. They also have extravagant beauty pageants and intelligence answers in Venezuelan contests..the national one lasting over 3 hours long and costing millions. So you get beauty, brains, and a number of different jobs they can do in the workforce. While the King in Saudi Arabia doesn’t allow some of this. So you buy from the country that doesn’t bring oil from the middle east or try not too. I know, it is like a choice between buying a product from China or Vietnam. would you rather buy from vietnam..a country where we lost 10s of thousands of american soldiers and trauma and injuries up to this day? or buy a hat and shirt made in China, where we have a large chinese community bridging ties between our two nations and closer economic interests..like plastic toys for kids. I’m just bringing all this up so you may think of your choices..although not the best choices.

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  • March 23, 2012 at 9:26pm

    Aren’t they just admitting reality? I thought most muscular guys were full of themselves. Thinking about what the gals think of them or maybe so into themselves they don’t care much about their GFs. I thought some might be a little light on their feet..not saying that in a bad way, just the way some people are. okay. well i offended some I’m sure. just saying, they were going with reality in my opinion.

  • March 17, 2012 at 4:54pm

    JFK made Clinton look like an abstinent preacher. how can you compare the two. lol but I understand the point you made.