VelvetRosetta comments

Posted in: Majority of weight-loss products fail to cut kilos See in context

I could stand to lose some weight, maybe some PPL think I am "typical fat American" as I heard some refer to us as...163 cm, and 67 kilos...actually like my weight I am 34 yrs old and have 3 children, I used to run track in school and play volleyball, then when older I used to walk alot, but as my kids got older, I seemed to get lazy and haven't done any exercise in over a yr, which I have gained 9 kilos..I tried to take some pills to lose the weight but they just accelerated my heart rate. So I have 2 things to do, or get off my butt and exercise or deal with it, as long as I don't gain more weight I am ok with it.I feel chubby but the Ideal weight for a 5"4 woman is 45 kilos to 65 kilos so I ma not far off the mark.

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Posted in: US braces for blowback over Afghan war disclosures See in context

Sarge...Then why is Obama sending even more U.S. troops there?..because he is an arse and couuld care less!

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Posted in: Do you think a man holding a door open for a woman, holding her chair for her when she sits down, or giving up his seat for her are outmoded gestures of politeness or do they still have their place in See in context

I agree it is up to the individual, I for one open doors and hold them open for others at times but I am not the type that expects ppl to do these things but when they do it does not go un- noticed I always say ty, it is a nice gesture...but not something that should be expected..

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Posted in: US braces for blowback over Afghan war disclosures See in context

Well lots to read here, Many good points.

The war in Afghanistan is a waste of time money, and lives.

This release of documents could do alot more harm than good, sad really, I think this was a huge mistake and hope the ppl who let this info out to be punished, in the right way...

But I also have mixed feelings, we all know war is not civil and is horrid, along many other terms we could find to use. Every country will go through harsh measures to "look good" and top the truth, not something I can condone but I am sure Afghanistan has many of these same types of documents of things they have done illegally and that could also shine the same kind of light on things that happen "behind the scenes" as well.

To have someone post this was wrong on their part, they did not think of the lives of others, and the damage it could do. I agree with…

nandakandamanda Some geek thinks he can get his moment of glory,

A moment of glory, good thing the govt. isn’t like the mafia, or the person/s involved would be walking around watching their backs all paranoid =0

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Posted in: Kan's wife criticizes him in new book See in context

Well she seems sincere but maybe too sincere, with a wife like that who needs enemies.

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Posted in: U.S., South Korea hold drills as Pyongyang talks war See in context

Yuri....The US is saying to North Korea, "you may draw when ready partner". Sort of like in the old west.

That is how I feel...It's childish and ignorant (on sll sides involved)...NK might just be blowing hot air, but can you imagine if they did attack and all for what..one sunken ship and 46 sailors..Don't get me wrong it is sad but is it worth a war? Seriously others measures could be taken to prove a point.

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Posted in: NZ teen survives 16-story fall onto concrete floor See in context

Not everyone has to be drunk to fall, accidents happen everyday, means nothing...

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Posted in: A pinch of Salt See in context

Beautiful words..Sinibadli...

Angelina and Brad, are very helpful and caring ppl, I do no think adopting these children were for publicity, and also remember , we the ppl only hear and read what others post, most of which is untrue as we know how the media works. It's easy to judge others when we really do not know them, ppl assume to much at times.

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Posted in: Ex-CIA chief: Strike on Iran seems more likely now See in context

Zenny11

Starting to wonder will the USA be the cause of WWIII?

They seem to be stepping on a lot of toes over the last few years.

I have wondered about this as well...

@Sarge.."How could military action against Iran be more likely now, with Obama as president, than when Bush was president"?

And just how is Obama different or better than Bush? Obama doesn't give a care if we go to war, if we create worldwar 3.."we" meaning the American govt. Have you really seen Obama trying to keep peace?

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Posted in: NZ teen survives 16-story fall onto concrete floor See in context

Klein..I have "heard" not saying it is true, but that ppl can get hurt more by falling into water at high altitudes than on the ground..

and ty I will ck out those links... =)

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Posted in: A pinch of Salt See in context

Thats Not brad pitt!

And her shower/flip-flop plastic sandals, more than likely cost more than 100 yen, they are not "imitation shower shoes",lol they are original..as for the kids clothing? "why one is suited up and others not"..maybe they are allowed to choose their own clothes? Where are the twins? Vivienne and Knox, home with daddy?

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Posted in: What would be your ideal summer fling? See in context

Anyways the post says your ideal summer fling, just cause ppl post something does not mean they will go out and do it, some will some won't..and I have to agree with tkoind..."something you will remember when you are 80 with a warm smile". Hell I ma not 80 yet and I get those warm smile moments,lol

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Posted in: Summer treat See in context

I dont think a bear this size has much troubles with the ice, besides he is a polar bear..he likes the cold, what would he be doing in his original habitat? Isnt their ice there? For him it is more than likely a treat and a way to cool off..And though he is soooo cute..i do not wish for any mant o look like this!

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Posted in: NZ teen survives 16-story fall onto concrete floor See in context

God and Angels..must be cause to live this, even falling on the roof after what 15, floors? not sure...he could have easily died, land the wrong way break the neck etc..extremely lucky!

And ty Cyborg, I will ck that post out..

A 22,000 ft fall..how can anyone free falling like that and with the velocity he would be flying threw the air towards ground..how could he not splatter? Wouldnt the bones and skull crush..truly amazing!

Klein..

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Posted in: What would be your ideal summer fling? See in context

To be with Daisuke Andou.."Die"..=)

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Posted in: NZ teen survives 16-story fall onto concrete floor See in context

editing...I would more than likely have a heart attack..

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Posted in: NZ teen survives 16-story fall onto concrete floor See in context

60 floors!!! wow, he's made of stone, thats crazy!..you would think that even at 16 floors you would be dead, they should ask him what he was thinking as he fell,n likely have a heart attack on the way down, be dead before I hit ground! I would more than imagine at 60 floors.. exploded insides and head busted open!..

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Posted in: NZ teen survives 16-story fall onto concrete floor See in context

I wonder if this is a record, for longest fall without death..well good thing he's alive, if I were him I would never step foot on another balcony!

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Posted in: Military drills up pressure on N Korea See in context

Funny how Obama come into office and wanted to "end the war", lol..now he is helping to provoke one..just to prove a point of "power"..it's not about overlooking 46 dead ppl, it is about being civil and knowing when and how to take action...hope Obama is on one of those ships..just in case all hell breaks lose. Hope not though..I read an article on Fidel Castro in an interview he gave, Interesting but disturbing as well..

http://edition.cnn.com/2010/WORLD/americas/07/12/cuba.castro.appearance/index.html?fbid=m8-K7MBT136#fbid=X_Ey_ApJV9M

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Posted in: Military drills up pressure on N Korea See in context

nuclear deterrence, and start a sacred war...

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Posted in: 4 U.S. troops die in bomb blast in south Afghanistan See in context

The enemy you leave alive today will only come back tomorrow.

right, as it has been forever this way, and has always been. But still it's a war that will never be won..test tech and tactic of course is far more important than lives!

Of course he/they dont have that power, they are ppl who have others wipe there arses for them, so they don't get their hands dirty...but they can at least have a heart and see being in Afghanistan, is a waste of time and money..

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Posted in: 4 U.S. troops die in bomb blast in south Afghanistan See in context

I wish I were president, I'd put all the big shots behind desks out their so they can feel what it's like, since they see and don't give a sh!t!

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Posted in: 4 U.S. troops die in bomb blast in south Afghanistan See in context

Not if they get hell outta their...

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Posted in: 4 U.S. troops die in bomb blast in south Afghanistan See in context

To me it doesn;t matter who many have died compared to the other...no one should die...one dead american is one to many!

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Posted in: 4 U.S. troops die in bomb blast in south Afghanistan See in context

Yeah I say put Obama and Bush on the battlefield, let them fight the damn unwinnable war!...Easy to command from behind a desk,they should get their hands dirty for once and act like real men, retreat and get the troops out! How many more ppl have to die?

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Posted in: N Korea tensions spike at Asian security forum See in context

To me this is scary...hope nothing comes of it..did anyone read an article on Fidel Castro claiming the U.S was who sunk the S.K ship?

Maybe they are not helping "meaning the U.S " with the nuclear tensions but to claim it was the U.S who did it, wonder where this is coming from..

http://edition.cnn.com/2010/WORLD/americas/07/12/cuba.castro.appearance/index.html?fbid=m8-K7MBT136#fbid=X_Ey_ApJV9M

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Posted in: Hot run See in context

Here alot of young ppl jog alot too and the heat is incredible..but this man in the photo seems used to it, he is def. a runner. But I agree with TokyoGas...evening or early morning is good, I used to walk and jog by the beach in the early morning alot of ppl do that, even the older ppl in their 60's and up take morning strolls, I miss it, ppl waving and saying good morning..I think I'm gonna start doing it again..I need it..

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Posted in: Sapporo city employee arrested for molesting woman See in context

I also agree with My2sense...

ppl are crazy and out of control, good thing this woman had the courage to report him...

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Posted in: Venezuela severs ties with Colombia See in context

He may not have lost all his senses, but he is acting like he has no sense...Then we ask ourselves why the world is the way it is, and the answer is because of ppl like Chavez a Bush and all these ppl who want to be leaders just to prove a point in "power" I say to much power is given to these ppl, the country belongs to the ppl not just who governs it...I hope they can finally come to some sort of agreement but to me it looks like it won't be so easy now...fire has been tossed on the wood.

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Posted in: Reaching for the universe See in context

I guess beauty is in the eye of the beholder..I think she looks beautiful but a full on face shot would have been better..

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