Boobs all around – I am not sure who qualifies as the bigger boob. Dentist Mark Anderson, who is trying to keep his dental license by arguing that his breast massages were appropriate because he was “treating” women for TMJ (without telling them about it I presume), or at least some of the women that were his patients. Now, don’t get me wrong, I am not saying they “deserved” what they got, but in one example, they talk about a woman that was “fondled” six times over a two year period. It goes on to say she took to wearing tight shirts (probably not the best idea) with high necklines, and still he managed to get under her shirt and bra. You think at some point, if you are that uncomfortable (and rightly so), that perhaps… just perhaps… you stop going to that dentist?
Still think Net Neutrality is no big deal? – You may not feel that way if you are a Comcast subscriber and try to use a program like Bittorrent or other Peer-to-Peer program.Â It was reported and cofirmed by a test done by the Associated Press that Comcast blocks some internet traffic. Comcast stated that it does not specifically block any particular program, but does have “thinks in place” to keep the traffic on their network running smoothly. (Unless of course, you are the person they are “fiddling with” to keep it running smooth)Â Now many (if not most) P2P programs are known as a place for the transfer of illegal downloads and music swapping, but in particular Bittorrent has emerged as a place for LEGAL software downloads, legal movie previews and such.Â It is a fine example of exactly WHY lawmakers MUST include Net Neutrality.Â Because even if you just follow Comcasts supposed logic, they are clearly messing with traffic for their own (make pipes appear less congested) purposes and benefit.
Somebody has been sleeping in my bed – I have seen similar stories before, and they never cease to amaze me.Â A woman comes home from an “extended absence”Â to find people living in her house, including a woman that was wearing her clothes.Â They never in these cases say how long “extended” is, and I would really like to know this.Â How long do you have to be gone to have Buglars move into a person’s home while you are away? Â The funniest part being them questioning the woman who owned the home, what she was doing there, as if they had been there long enough to feel completely comfortable with the idea of this being “their house.”Â Also… don’t people, in this case, in Alabama have neighbors?Â Doesn’t anybody notice when somebody just moves into somebody else’s home?
Opinions Please – I am stuck.Â I just don’t know what to think about the case of a Mom given a 2-1/2 year sentence after serving alcohol to minors.Â The commentary in the article that the sentence does not fit the crime is well argued and I see the point, that this is not quite as “clear cut” as one would think on the surface.Â But on the other hand, if I was the parent of one of the kids she served alcohol to, I would probably be livid.Â The author argues that non of the kids (who were all given a Breathalyzer test) were “above the legal limit,” but technically since they are underage the “limit” is zero. Â On the other hand, I get the “idea” (however misguided) of keeping the kids in a safe controlled environment rather than out on the streets drinking who knows where.Â What do you think?Â Does the punishment fit the crime?