Apr 16th 2010 9:33PMI'm at a loss here...when did Ringo or the Beatles become a victim?
Neither were a victim of crime, John Lennon simply spoke his mind. It's called FREE SPEECH!
Why has some Vatican spokeman's comment about the Beatles decadence become a free for all here about the crimes you have endured?
No one here cares if you had '17 years of your life stolen' or that you're being 'exploited by your attacker'. No crime was committed by the Fab Four and there is certainly nothing to forgive. The Vatican needs to clean up their own back yard before they 'forgive' anyone. Makes me want to vomit. The rest of you should tell it to your therapist
Oct 28th 2009 6:02PMHe's so interesting, I had to try Dos Equis. Not bad.
Stay thirsty my friends.
Oct 9th 2009 6:21PMI am not a fan of Mike Tyson or anything that he stands for. Regardless, my heart aches for him and anyone that loses a loved child.
He deserves the scorn he has brought onto himself...but not for this. No one deserves this.
He and his family are entitled to the compassion, understanding and privacy that is needed to endure such an insurmountable loss.
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