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Have you ever met a Manhattan princess (or prince)? I have. It is unfortunate, but true, that some born in this culture would not have a clue that they'd actually done anything wrong. No human enlightenment there.
On a canceled flight once (due to weather conditions in Charlotte), I encountered a Manhattan couple ...more
People can call it a sixth sense all they want. I'd say that it's stronger. My coworker and I used to travel to Hong Kong to work for weeks at a time. Every time her small dog saw my coworker get out her luggage, she would tremble, and big tears would pour from her eyes. I saw it. It was heartbreaking, even though the ...more
If anyone is interested, the Start Making A Reader Today (SMART) program is an excellent way to help a disadvantaged child. I filled in one day before work for a volunteer who could not make her usual appointment with a disadvantaged, poor reader. I was amazed at how much the child improved his reading skills in just o...more
I think it's because these days murderers are generally caught -- and the crime investigation technology was not sophisticated back then. If detectives had been as savvy then as they are today, someone would be in jail. We can't go back 30 years (on this case) and use current technology and information to solve the cri...more
Natalie was so very beautiful. I saw "The Last Married Couple in America" shortly before her death. If I could look like anyone in Hollywood ever looked, I'd go for Natalie in a heartbeat. Plastic surgery, hair extensions, tanning beds, and starvation won't get us THOSE looks. Money can't buy that. Someone else? Yes. N...more
I don't recall whether there was a head injury. It appears that the dingy was nearby. I still think someone saw her get in that dingy and chose to let her die. Still guilty. As far as naming someone as guilty, I seriously doubt that justice will ever be served. All so very convenient for any guilty parties.
I don't think anyone instigated Natalie's death necessarily; sounds like she chose to consume a lot of alcohol, which impaired her judgment. However, perhaps someone saw that she was in danger and did nothing to prevent it. Very convenient. Guilty just the same.
Kinda reminds me of the circumstances surrounding S...more
So, Irish 145000: Calls home, cries to Daddy and he sends another check. You see, her Daddy has connections with the school and usually gives the president exams at his Dr's office."
How did Dad get his education and job?
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