As a life long Alabamian I was definitely aware of Alabama’s coasts. They offered an affordable, peaceful vacation getaway for as long as I can remember. Now, possibly thanks to this nationwide campaign, they offer an expensive, crowded, “I can’t believe this room costs $2K a week!” experience.
 January 30, 2015 at 9:39am
our 6 Mbps DSL does everything we need. My only complaint is they put a data cap on it after over a decade of no cap. The FCC decision does nothing to cause our rural area to be upgraded to faster speeds. Seems to me if anything it serves to embarrass companies and will drive them to abandon the technology we’re currently relying on and are happy with.
I always enjoy EATING Pizza Hut it’s the GETTING Pizza Hut that’s a deal breaker. They always have horrible service. The waitress is always the only one working that night and the restaurant is always filled with angry frustrated employees and customers. Their menu was fine the problem is management.
Of all the hundreds of replies, your is the best and makes the most sense. That's why Obama would never do it !
 May 8, 2014 at 10:59am
there ya go!
 May 8, 2014 at 10:51am
I enjoy a couple of shows on HGTV and their sister station DIY but have been annoyed that they seem to make it a priority to seek out gay couples for their shows, We’ll see them buying a house or fixing a house, whatever. I’m no intolerant simpleton mind you. I’d expect a network’s programming to reflect the population as a whole but it seems to me they’ve stacked it toward the LGBTLMNOP crowd disproportionately compared to actual society. Well this is the last straw. I’ll just have to make do without Mike Holmes from here on out.
I'd love to see some evangelical Christians walk through a large crowd of atheists at night.
Because that's probably one of the safest places they'd ever be.
March 13, 2014 at 12:03pm
Not that it’s her fault or anything BUT I see a lot of folks out there with little kids that walk like she was there, way ahead of the little one without any hint of what’s happening to him behind her. When I’m out with my young ones they’re constantly in my sight, they’re never behind me.
How can they "waterski" behind the shopping cart if they're not behind you? I have video of my youngest at about 3-4 doing just that.
I agree with Shootist and ybgrsfd -- that aunt was walking WAY too far ahead of the kid! If there was no video surveillance and no Mohammad to witness the incident, I would have liked to have heard the aunt's account of what happened. She would have had a helluva time giving a description of the thief/assailant, seeing how she doesn't have eyes in the back of her head. "I didn't even realize what had happened! I was up here, and he was behind me . . . . um . . . ." The only way she could look worse is if SHE had been texting on her phone while she was walking ahead of the kid. Heck, someone might have easily kidnapped him as taken his iPad. Now maybe the kid shouldn't have to worry about someone stealing his iPad, but he should first be paying attention to where he's walking, and his aunt should have had him beside her. As for the iPad thief, HE should have hit a patch of ice or snow and been knocked out cold once he hit the ground.
March 12, 2014 at 8:46am
At our church we drop a bag into the night deposit box at the bank. I guess $600k is too big a bag to fit in there I reckon.
March 12, 2014 at 8:22am
I don’t get why it was there to be stolen. In our church we don’t have near that amount (over the course of the whole year, let alone one week) but when the ushers take up the tithes two of us take it straight to the bank that very minute. Nothing stays overnight.