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Senior trips gain popularity with local teenagers as graduation gift

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  • posted at 9:09 pm on Tue, Jul 4, 2006.


    Obviously, someone here enjoys impersonating me and others here on this blog. I guess we should be flattered. Too bad the impersonator is a bit dim. I'd like my impersonator to be at least as brilliant as I.

  • posted at 5:22 pm on Wed, Jun 28, 2006.


    Obviously the rotten apple doesn't fall far from the tree! LOL! Guess I hit a nerve. Why so ANGRY? You must know you are wrong for sending the little guy to Hawaii and you can't help feeling so guilty that you have to attack me! Great values there, "cont".

  • posted at 3:20 am on Mon, Jun 26, 2006.


    Wow: That's the point. Some/most of these families are NOT "rich" and they still send the teen to Hawaii with a 2K price tag.

  • posted at 8:46 am on Sun, Jun 25, 2006.


    Overindulged, lazy kids getting extravagant gifts from mommy and daddy for graduating high school with no babies in tow. Great...They are raising a bunch of veil calves. Soft, squishy, lazy little people that have no back bone to stand on their own. They're pretty though!

  • posted at 5:58 am on Sun, Jun 25, 2006.


    Damn, the girls on the picture are fine a$$ looking!

  • posted at 1:53 pm on Sat, Jun 24, 2006.


    (con't) That is why there are so many young people sitting at home when they should be working or they want the BEST job out there even if they aren't qualified yet. They expect too much too soon. The work ethic is dying in America.

  • posted at 3:46 am on Sat, Jun 24, 2006.


    I could be wrong on Megan, but that sure looks like her.



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