User Profile: lmalley

Member Since: March 26, 2012


  • November 12, 2013 at 11:10am

    My husband and I had a busy and lucrative hotel business until the economic collapse wiped out about 80% of our occupancy. My husband decided that in order to survive he would have to work full time in addition to running the hotel. Eventually we lost the hotel and got out with the clothes on our backs. I have been looking for work for over 2 years now and usually don’t even get an interview. And Glenn tells me to pick up a rake? Would he ask his wife to do that? I don’t think so. I am not afraid of hard work. Most work days were 12 to 14 hours long, but raking yards is not going to cut it.

  • August 19, 2013 at 3:02pm

    Being shallow here, but did anyone else notice how smokin’ hot that guy is?

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  • [25] July 24, 2013 at 4:14pm

    This guy knew exactly what buttons to push to get her as frustrated as possible. Then he acts like he’s the innocent one in this situation and she’s the crazy one. He’s a serious jerk and he’s loving every minute of it. It isn’t about “the lake”. Her frustration is a result of his behavior and his refusal to empathize at all with her or listen to a word she says.. Glad they’re getting a divorce. Both need therapy.

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  • May 2, 2013 at 4:29pm

    Yeah, but if your kid chews his pop tart into a gun shape, BOOM, out the door!

  • April 25, 2013 at 4:19pm

    The guy who left Korn was Brian “Head” Welch and he wrote a book about it called “Save me from Myself”. He was a hopeless addict when he was in that band and was finally able to kick his drugs and find God. He also was able to raise his daughter after he got clean because the child ‘s mother was even more messed up than he was. Korn did not jibe with his new found faith, so he left. I think he’s doing Christian music now. Not all Metal is violent or drug fueled, but definitely not kid friendly. I have seen 4 year olds at metal shows and I think their parents are nuts. Its supposed to be intense, for adults!

  • January 20, 2013 at 12:43pm

    BOHICA, BOHICA, bend over here it comes, BOHICA, BOHICA again!
    God help us.

  • [1] March 26, 2012 at 3:18pm

    Safety and rescue workers at NASCAR tracks are volunteers usually made up of former fire fighters or EMTs. They are not paid. Also Dover only has 2 races a year not exactly a demanding schedule for a disabled former fire fighter. This man earned his retirement and is volunteering his services to give back to the community in which he now lives. There are lots of jobs a disabled person could do to assist in the safety and rescue capacity. Give him a break. He should be applauded not vilified. Who among you would be willing to help save a driver in distress?