Updated: December 26, 2012 6:29AM
Yes, one can be thankful that he or she has a job. But I sure as hell won’t be thankful for America’s greed! Let’s go back to the ’60s, when every store was closed on a major holiday, except for a gas station here and there for travelers.
It’s a very sad story about the problems concerning depression and alcohol dependency. Finding a dependable support person and therapist you trust is the only answer. You can get through this.
How come only rich people get to enjoy living on the water’s edge, like Ogden Dunes, or any coastline for that matter? It only drives up the cost of insurance for the rest of us.
We’re moving forward at such a rapid pace, that soon we will have talking dogs and perfect weather at the flip of a switch. And I am not kidding.
I don’t get it. The executives at Hostess gave themselves huge raises worth millions of dollars, and people say it’s the union’s fault that the company will close. Wake up and face reality.
Yes, your nonunion home is bigger than mine. The difference is that yours is in foreclosure.
I am a white middle-class male and have to accept the fact that I am the minority.
If you had to choose between your wife and winning the lottery, what kind of car would you buy first?
The reader complaining about the garbage called entertainment should not blame people in the industry. That garbage exists because there is a market for it; blame those people who support it with their money.