Oct 14th 2010 4:28AM I enjoy some of the articles here on Lemondrop, but this is beyond revolting. How about Lemondrop employees try 26 (?) days in a mine and then we can all rate your attractiveness. I can guess the attractiveness scale for the Lemondrop employees would be pretty low seeing as how this is an article that could only be thought up by a group of inbreds.
Jun 22nd 2010 5:01PM Well, actually, Cleopatra was an inbred, and according to historians very ugly. Cleopatra being beautiful is just a great big myth fueled by literacy and cinema.
Jun 22nd 2010 4:53PM I know we're all people here, but it seems that every time there is some sort of disaster, celebrities use it to their public relations advantage. I think the reason why they only raised 1.8 million is because something smells rotten in the state of Denmark. People are getting really sick and tired of celebrities riding on the backs of other people's misfortunes like a bunch of parasites. Who would it have hurt to get volunteers from world wide organizations such as the Red Cross to be answering those telephones? Celebrities seem to froth at the mouth every time something like this happens, posing as an average joe, or throwing a party for some awful pediatric disease. In other words, open your wallets, stfu, and leave the rest to the trusted, reputable organizations.
May 22nd 2010 12:07AM At least Hispanics don't fly right in into CEO positions the same way a certain group of individuals do here in British Columbia, but what will my griping do about it? It seems that Hispanics do nothing but work hard for very little money, whilst bigoted upper crust ironically invade their Puerto Vallartan beaches over Thanksgiving, patronizing locals and being waited on hand and foot. Hatred will never provide a resolution to this, only logic will, and logic states that not every Mexican is a criminal.
May 9th 2010 9:07PM I'm not sure what exactly you're complaining about–the dirty jokes or the fact that Betty White was telling them. SNL is on at 11:35 at night and runs until 1 in the morning–it's not exactly made for young kids or even the Sarasota crowd... so, yeah, it can get a little smutty. I thought this was one of the best episode in years–a host with good comedic timing and that's willing to be self-deprecating to an extent. As for the cast, I was shocked to actually see them perform and put some effort into it–perhaps the great Betty White set the bar for them, because most of the time when I flip by SNL, the cast members do nothing but pose, waiting to be the next big thing.
Mar 24th 2010 6:16PM Okay, seeing as how my last post didn't make it in because I mentioned plausible medical situations that contribute to weight gain, particularly corticosteroids for disease conditions, I'll just sum it up and say that Susan's talent is being a 90s industry cling-on whose diet book basically promoted excess exercise, and deriving energy from lollipops and bagels. Wow, Susan, your 90s theory of high carb diets for weight loss really worked :P. More masticating on organic pears, less philosophy. And perhaps before she goes on about the dangers of this and that, perhaps she should try looking into the risks of ruptured silicone and and all the crazy elements they had to use to draw out the massive tattoo descending from her collar bone. To conclude: Gabby is a former Academy Award nominee, and she's not. Enough said.
Jan 27th 2010 6:14PM I know many people are talking about the price "in the good ol' days"; the cookies may have cost 50 cents a box back then, but your parents were only making a 1.75 an hour... so it all evens out. As for the issue of the cookies, back when I was a Girl Guide in the 90s, people didn't care about the fat content or calories- and that was just about 15 years ago. Health obsessed individuals and bored doctors need to stay away from dessert. I had a girl guide cookie a couple of years ago, and it tasted like a card board disk.
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