Dec 29th 2011 1:51AMI wouldn't want anybody from the most offensive reality shows like Jersey Shore or the Real Housewives of ...name your city as a next door neighbor! I'd rather see them on TV instead with their exploits. I'm even surprised Nancy Grace made the worst neighbor list and even on the best one (given her turn on Dancing with the Stars this past fall). She SCREAMS too much; saying BOMBSHELL over and over and sounds so angry, even puts down some of her panel guests on their counterpoints! On EVERY show on HLN. Yes, you've made your point Nancy, but you don't have to scream so much that the veins tend to pop on your neck!
Dec 29th 2011 1:44AMI think that Tim Tebow's deeply religious values and his positive attitude is what made most people chose him as the most desirable neighbor. I don't think that people went for someone shallow like celebrities who are so used to playing pretend or make believe roles in television and movies. Tebow has been very open about his faith and I don't think he's overdoing it one bit. His approach is very inspiring and I commend him for his platform in encouraging people to have a more personal relationship with God to handle all their difficult problems.
Jul 18th 2011 2:50PMI went to South of the Border in 1988 and 2003. It's a nice and fun tourist attraction. I think the signs in North and South Carolina are what drive people into there. The signs save I-95 from being boring at times. They've changed the signs lately, even removing some of the older ones. It's between New York and Florida and this is a good break for those who don't want to drive nonstop. It can be funny with some of the sayings on the signs. They did try to get current with that new LCD sign at their exit rather than the tower they used to promote it in the past. I do think that the Florida sites such as Disney World have taken a chunk of its audience the past few years as well as the faster speed limits of 65 and 70 on I-95. They don't advertise it as much like in its '80s peak. I loved their neon lettered signs in 1987 when the neon trend in signs was the thing. After 1988, they discontinued those signs. I think that guy wanted to insult South of the Border since he lives in another part of the country and hasn't traveled on the East Coast. The first time won't grab you, but the second time will keep you hooked.
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