Apr 26th 2010 5:25PM Who cares if it works for them? Aside from the fact that no one bats an eye at older men with young women, consider that a 19 year old in Africa may be married, running the family farm and caring for his parents, siblings, and children, while the average American 19-year-old is playing video games. Just because we don't *expect* 19-year-olds to be mature doesn't mean they can't be - it means we don't ask it of them.
Mar 28th 2010 3:43PM In Scientology, from what I have read, they advocate treating children as little adults, because they believe in a kindof reincarnation and so kids are really adults in new bodies - so you should let them decide what to do and that includes what to wear. There are a lot of photos of Suri taking off coats or jackets, so I would guess she told her mother that she would not wear a coat, and Katie being an obedient mother to her 'adult' child, let her.
Mar 28th 2010 1:11PM Please do not abuse legitimate threads for advertising your anger. You're being uncivil and rude. The fact you needed an email account to post makes you more than a bit hypocritical, by the way.
Mar 28th 2010 1:09PM I'd probably go with the Kodak - I'm not sure where she's going to be, but even most cities are dusty, and the fine dust and sand can seep into the camera over time disabling lenses and clogging the cable ports. "Ruggedized" devices are intended to be exposed to dirtier conditions and have better seals to keep grit out. Thanks to Kodak's photographic genes, they often put superior lenses even in their lower-end products, and the lens determines image quality as much as the pixels - if the image coming in isn't crisp, high pixels won't make it clearer!
I would add one caveat: If she is going to be really "out in the hinterlands" - i.e., if she will have only sporadic access to electricity, you should include a solar-powered charger, or consider one that uses disposable batteries instead of an on-board one. If you go with batteries, buy her a supply of Energizer Lithium disposables - they are silver with a bright blue stripe and run about $10 for 4 AAs. These are specifically designed for electronics and will provide 4x-10x the battery life of standard alkaline AAs.
I highly recommend CNET.com for unbiased, detailed evaluations of products - they've never steered me wrong.
Mar 16th 2010 4:45PM Frank, is that really the only criticism have? She doesn't look hot enough to be a matchmaker for other people? Bottom line, these men are PAYING her to weed out anyone who's not exceptional. When she tells a girl she looks like a hooker, she's usually right. She's not always classy, but I love that she calls egocentric, often eccentric, immature man-boys out for wanting her to find them a cookie-cutter "sweet bimbo" who worships them and will cook and clean and be their s-xtoy-for-life BUT morphs into a brilliant conversationalist when he needs to impress someone. They need to grow up, and she calls them on it.
Feb 12th 2010 9:41PM Megan's hot - so why did they photoshop on her body so much? Her stomach looks oddly contorted like they twisted her torso, and the shadow under her is all wrong . I'm so sick of photoshop!!!
Jan 20th 2010 8:51PM Agree totally with the idea that there's not enough affectionate, non-sexual touching between friends and even families here. Drives me crazy how homophobic and uptight people are most of the time. My family isn't that way.
As for the gay angle...well, I became besties with a gay guy who no one in our group knew was gay except me. Everyone - I mean, everyone - kept teasing us that we were into each other... even people at work. We'd constantly trade innuendos and we were definitely touchy-feely... But you know what happened? We ended up sleeping together - and he initiated it! We dated and slept together for six months, and it was the best s*x i've ever had LOL It was all about the chemistry...
We ultimately decided we were better as friends, but I love him dearly and we're still very close, but are both in relationships with other people. However, to this day, people who haven't seen us together before think we're a couple.
So I say, love is love and chemistry is chemistry no matter who you find it with. It's rare to find it, so just enjoy it when you do!
Jan 8th 2010 1:01PM A)ALL children deserve a chance - not just American ones.
B)If you had ever actually set foot in a foreign orphanage and seen the horrific conditions many children live in, you wouldn't be so high-and-mighty about where the child's being adopted from.
That said, a woman of 58 is irresponsible for taking on an infant who will be lucky to have just 20 years with her parents when there are so many older children who also need families.
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