April 5, 2010


Posted: 07:00 PM ET


Plus! Tiger Woods’ Dramatic Return to Golf!

The four-time masters champ takes full responsibility for what he's done.
Now can he put his cheating scandal behind him?

And! Movie icon Jane Fonda!

She's 72 and better than ever.
She talks film, politics, and getting fit at any age.
And, she's taking YOUR questions!


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A. Smith, Oregon   April 5th, 2010 7:23 pm ET

Gallerys and interviews of the Golfers at the Masters is fairly restricted.

However, many of the other major Golfing Tour venues which make up the professional golfing tour are not restricted.

The public is going to pretty much be right in Tiger Woods face for the first time since the dozens of cases of adultery were lodged against him.

I imagine several in those future tour gallery's are going to voice open condemnation and likely a few bible thumpers are going to shield their childrens eyes when he approaches.

How Tiger Wood's handles public condemnation in the golf tours gallery's and during the future games will likely reveal how ready Tiger Woods is to proceed with his golfing legacy.

I'll be rooting for Tiger Woods to overcome the boos and caustic comments from the golf gallery's and hope he surpasses Jack Nickolaus's golfing records.

For some reason, I've always felt Jack Nicklaus was a poster child for South Africa's apartheid movement. Regardless if Jack Nicklaus is a white supremacist or not, it seems entirely fitting for Tiger Woods to surpass Nickolaus's golfing records with his own.

A. Smith, Oregon   April 5th, 2010 7:26 pm ET

Larry King Question for Jane Fonda:

Did you ever smoke Marijuana with Jerry Brown?

What is Jane Fonda's thoughts about Jerry Brown as the Next Governor of California?

What does Jane Fonda think of the Republican troll billionare Meg Whitman?

Eddie   April 5th, 2010 7:28 pm ET

Its more time for Johnny Public & Market Magazine Mary to get a life and stay out of the man business. He's an athlete! The best golfer of our time! Bow down and kiss his golf club! Get a life of your own...Try to keep your own man and decide if you forgive him or not. Let his wife decide if she loves him enough to forgive & forget....

Cajazz76:24:8   April 5th, 2010 7:51 pm ET

Jane Fonda....TRAITOR..

CRODY KENNETH LLOYD : 304589968 : USMC : CPL : E4 : 6113 : 18 : GRIFFITH : IN : 19720711 : hostile, crash, land : Crew : body NOT recovered : Quang Tri : 01 : 19530803 : Cauc : Protestant/single : 01W : 055 : remains buried in Arlington National Cemetery, Sect 60 Site 7956HENDRIX JERRY WAYNE : 509441056 : USMC : SSGT : E6 : 3261 : 29 : WICHITA : KS : 19720711 : hostile, crash, land : Crew : body NOT recovered : Quang Tri : 10 : 19421227 : Cauc : Protestant/married : 01W : 055 : remains buried in Arlington National Cemetery, Sect 60 Site 7956
NELSON CLYDE KEITH : 173366845 : USMC : SSGT : E6 : 6113 : 25 : CONNELLSVILLE : PA : 19720809 : Hostile Crash Land (died of wounds): Crew : body recovered : Quang Tri : ** : 19461213 : Cauc : Protestant/married : 01W : 062

Above are only three reasons why millions of veterans cannot, to this day, stand to look at you or hear your name. These were fellow Marines of mine in Vietnam who, on my second and final tour, lost their lives as you looked forward to take up your position in North Viet Nam.

You were there, along with Tom Hayden, and Joan Baez, and others chumming it up while those boys died. You empowered the NVA (North Vietnamese Army) to strike hard to the south costing the lives of many. The fact is Jane, your still a TRAITOR to MILLIONS.

Kenny. Jerry, and Clyde all deserved more from their country than what you, and so many more like you, did not give them..respect. Remember they didn't start the war..they were just casualties of it..defending your right to demonstrate and denounce them, as you so irreverently did.

Jerry's and Kenny's remains were not recovered for over 30 years, while you led a life of continued fame and luxury. Their families were crippled by the fact they were not recovered and repatriated soon after they had freely given their lives. They were not buried until 2004.

Please note dear Jane, Kenny was only 18 years old and wasn't in Viet Nam long enough to even receive his first Dear John. This was also his first and last combat mission. Whereas, you had numerous years over him to decide what was right and just and worth dying for. I looked at him as a kid brother. He and I were never what you could call extremely close, because I didn't allow myself to get that close to fellow Marines, since I had the unfortunate experience of having been there and done that once before.

Both Jerry and Kenny are buried together in a common, but hallowed grave in Arlington Cemetery in section 60 site 7951, because all that was left, from both of them, were two tiny bone fragments fused together, following the shoot-down, crash, and burning of their CH-53 helicopter they crewed in. Nearly 50 ARVN, South Vietnamese combat troops died with them.

You'll also see Jerry's and Kenny's names, side by side, on the Viet Nam War Memorial, although I suggest you not visit it. I'll say, on behalf of the nearly 59,000 names enshrined there, that your not welcome to visit.

Like million's of veterans who survived, we remain fused together in our solidarity that you are still and, will forever, be a TRAITOR.

One other thing Jane, while you were having a blast in Hanoi, Clyde was dying in a burn center in an army hospital burn center on Okinawa. He too, would have been appalled by your uncommon ignorance and indecency. His name is not far from Jerry and Kenny's names on the wall in Wahington, D.C.

The rest I am saying to myself and do not wish to print, because it cannot be allowed onto the this site. Like you, it is too vulgar. I have been too busy to blog lately, but a dear friend said you would make a presence on LKL tonight, so I wanted to welcome you, in the way you deserve.

Your past will probably not be revealed tonight on LKL, so I will do it for you and the nation. There are many today who never heard of you referred to as HANOI JANE...I will never forget, neither will MILLIONS of others. Here's one of our little slogan's...WE ARE NOT FONDA JANE...or ever will be.

Cajazz76:24:8   April 5th, 2010 7:54 pm ET

Above was submitted via e-mail by Navajo Joe.

Idzan Ismail, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia   April 5th, 2010 8:18 pm ET

Dear Ms Fonda

You were famous for opposition to the Vietnam War, earrning you the nick-name Hanoi Jane.
Why aren't you as vocal against the war in Iraq and Afghanista?
Is it because you have mellowed with age? Or because you had embraced Christianity?

A. Smith, Oregon   April 5th, 2010 9:04 pm ET

Since the last large Coal Mine collapse there were laws emphasizing hard phone lines and radios which specifically would be used for survival and rescue operations. Also rescue capsule areas in the mines and a steel cable which trapped miners could follow to safety.

What is the word on all of these?

No emergency mine phone communication?

No radio communication from the trapped miners?

Certainly any escape capsule would contain communication gear and likely oxygen tanks. No signal that any miners reached any of those escape capsules?

IF there is a NO to each of the above questions, it sounds rather grim.

greg wv   April 5th, 2010 9:07 pm ET

@larry they are showing the wrong graphic of the coal mine. they are showing a mine named elk run not the performance mine

A. Smith, Oregon   April 5th, 2010 9:07 pm ET

Escape shelters with extra oxygen, ok but they would certainly also have flashlights and communication gear as well. And the lack of communication seems to bode ill for rescuing 19 or 20 men alive in that coal mine explosion.

Suzy   April 5th, 2010 9:18 pm ET

I think it is sad that there are people's lives at stake right now in West Virginia with the mine explosion and you are more intrigued about Tiger Wood's sex life and martial affairs. Funny how so many things become a priority in the world these days. It makes me sick.

Sean B   April 5th, 2010 9:22 pm ET

@Suzy: So true. CNN should be devoting their airtime to important issues, not tabloid scandal stories.

IKHAN   April 5th, 2010 9:27 pm ET

Hi Larry,

I'm all for Tiger Woods to be what he is again, a great golfer. He has said what he could in the aftermath of that huge scandal .Let him move on & the game of golf retain one of its greatest.
That mine explosion in W.V & the casualties are heart rending lets all pray for the safety of those still trapped.

Marley Rhatt   April 5th, 2010 9:30 pm ET

Tiger does not need to explain anything further to the public. It is not for us to forgive him we are not god. Only his family and god can forgive him. I will always be a stroing supporter even though I was disappointed in him.

IKHAN   April 5th, 2010 9:31 pm ET

what was that all about? Was it just her opposition to Vietnam War, we were all opposed to it, or something deeper which we don't know about?
"Hanoi Jane"! anyone care to explain.

kathleen kryviak   April 5th, 2010 9:34 pm ET

i think that this is horrible, that tiger woods is coming back to the masters, He has not earned the right to come back. He is supposed to be a role model for the up and coming young golfers, what has he taught them,,,,,Well i guess it is alright to slam your club into the ground, say the F- word, say the s- word, and he knows the cameras are on him. He is telling everyone that you dont have to take your marriage vows seriously, because he certainley did not, it is okay to have as many affairs as you want, i think this is terrible that tiger is returning to the masters, he has put a black cloud on all the golfers. You would never find ernie, phil or davis acting like this, they are real professionals, and they deserve to play in the masters, tiger does not, he has changed the name from the masters. from kathleen, port colborne, ontario canada

Edem   April 5th, 2010 9:50 pm ET

As we share in Tiger's pain of being away from his family and missing a birthday celebration in the process, I pray all Americans pause for a second and imagine the pains immigrants suffer when they have to wait years and years for their loved ones (spouse and/or immediate family) to join them. The situation in which it takes more than 5 year to have one's spouse join him/her is causing them untold pains and hardships. They are suffering silently and stories like that of Tiger's only amplify and aggravate their pain.

Jean   April 5th, 2010 9:52 pm ET

When I first heard the news about Tiger Woods accident on CNN, I did not get excited. I also did not get excited about the Tabloid which released Tiger Woods affairs. People act as if they are narrow-minded. This Tabloid did a very bad thing, scandalizing a person's name for all the world to hear and read about. There should be law against this. Actually, there is but it appeared not to apply in the case of Tiger Woods. The VIII – Eighth Commandment of God is: "Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor. I cannot elaborate on this further at this time.
Those of us who are adults should not be excited about such news because there has been so much of all sorts of news that is broadcasted and printed through the general Media daily. If Tiger Woods was the only married man who has had affairs I would have a different view but he is not the only man and he will not be the last. Just as married women themselves have had affairs and some may still be having affairs. Do human beings ever cease having extra marital affairs unless they are too old and sick or incapable, if you know what I mean.
I do not think that Tiger Woods has or had a sexual addiction. People do exaggerate and misinterpret other people's attitude be it what they state. The opportunity was there to have affairs and he had affairs. It may be too that the women threw themselves at him, those kiss and tell women who further scandalized his name. A man of his caliber with a lot of money to give them, they frequented him and would not stay away from him. I do not think much of those women.
Tiger Woods does not owe the public any apology or divulge any information to them. People are too curious.
It is my feeling that His wife did not go with him to the golf course because she may have felt it would be like a zoo with fans shouting at him and calling him names which may have embarrassed her if they did. This did not transpire and I am happy about that.
Tiger Woods is human. He is not a bad person. How many people did he hurt aside from his wife? It is sad that a few of his endorsers turned their backs on him. So much for them. They lacked sincerity. People do not forsake others when they are in trouble and down and out as in the case of what occurred to Tiger Woods. He is a different person because he had the time to reflect. Human errors can cause people to change for the better. Again, he is not alone. Many have changed because of their human error. As always, I do wish TIger Woods all the best and wish him good luck.
Toronto, Canada

Cat   April 5th, 2010 9:56 pm ET

So Coke is a sponsor of WFD? Having a hard time thinking of Coke as a healthy product? Do they make anything w/o splenda, artificial sweeteners or HFCS?

Captain   April 5th, 2010 9:57 pm ET

I cannot believe the bias and igorance and the bashing that comtinues over Sarah Palin. Jane Fonda stick to working out,
what you know.

trishNwv   April 5th, 2010 10:00 pm ET

OK now that that bs is all over can we find out about things that are REALLY important- say O the miners that are trapped,, that are bringing you the energy so you can watch the mindless bs about Tiger- who really gives a rats butt= besides his wife! EfreakinEnuff already!

Boggles the mind! Working people dead and dying and we are force feed this mindless garbage by what is supposed to be a top NEWS agency!!!!

leonard   April 5th, 2010 10:04 pm ET


Jane Fonda was an Anti-War Activist during the Viet Nam War. I see what the posted blog by Cajazz meant. It looks like while she was in North Viet Nam there was American troops dying in South Viet Nam. It looks like he posted for Navajo joe who I used to see on here before.

john abbott ? nam vet 67 & 68   April 5th, 2010 10:29 pm ET

navajo joe __ thanks for your entry ++ shame (( larry ) feels the need to have her on show >>>>>>>>>>>> nam vet 67 & 68

Patricia G   April 5th, 2010 10:31 pm ET

I think Jane Fonda looks great! Good for her! Plus, she is so gutsy (always has been)! Don't mess with her Larry! Jane, don't ever stop speaking your mind–you're a decent and smart woman who stands up for what you believe. There are a lot of us women who admire you for that!

Believer   April 5th, 2010 10:34 pm ET

Who's the man with a black hair ????( 05.04.2010 Murray's court )
I think it's Mike and I need to tell I am sure that.
I'm looking for answer..

Dodie   April 5th, 2010 10:48 pm ET


I am not exactly sure of the year, and I guess I could google it. I suspect it was around 1972. Jane Fonda was on tour in Vietnam. She was offered to visit a POW prison in which the North Vietcong had captured some of our men called the Hanoi Hilton. She was given a chance to visit OUR men in the POW setting. She would shake their hand and within each handshake was a small slip of paper in which the person had written their social security number so families and the US government would know they are alive. After the camera was turned off, Hanoi Jane gave the slips of paper to the North Vietcong in which several of our men were horribly tortured to death because of her behavior that day.

I just cannot understand how anyone would want to behave so horribly. I would have given my life for those men! These are men were sent to Vietnam in order to keep American's safe. How the hell could she behave like that? To this day, she makes me physically sick. I have such a visceral reaction when I hear of Hanoi Jane!

Cindi   April 5th, 2010 11:25 pm ET

At this moment,lives have been lost and families have been torn apart because of the mine explosion in WV. When will the media STOP reporting on the stupidity and mindless adventures of a golfer, when fellow Americans who are working 8-12 hours shifts, 5-7days a week have been killed? Please stop reporting on tabloid scandals and become a true American-someone that will show care and concern,someone that will offer a prayer or a helping hand for his neighbor in their time of need!!!!!

Idzan Ismail, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia   April 5th, 2010 11:51 pm ET

@Patricia G

Yep, Ms Fonda is lookig so good. She's a bit younger than my mom but she loooks like she's 50-something.
I admire American women. The older they ar,e the younger they get.
When you are in your teens to your 30s, you look more matured than us Asians. But after 40s, you look younger than us.
Is it the climate or the diet?
Don't talk about Botox. Its not within the reach of us everyday people.

Idzan Ismail, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia   April 5th, 2010 11:59 pm ET

Condolences to the grieving families of the victims of the W Va coal-mine disaster.
We pray there are more survivors than deaths.
Coming in the wake of the China mine tragedy, its all the sadder.
West Virginia is a beautiful place which John Denver song said: Almost heaven. Blue Ridge mountains and Shenandoah River.
But now the situation is like the Bee Gees song New York Minng Disaster.

A. Smith, Oregon   April 6th, 2010 12:01 am ET

Larry King, thank-you for providing the viewers with the 2nd. edition of Larry King tonight.

A. Smith, Oregon   April 6th, 2010 12:11 am ET

What very few realize is that while a gas or dust explosion in a mine is almost entirely a concussion blast without shrapnel, the extreme air-blast from the explosion is contained and focused on the inside the tunnel.

Dodie   April 6th, 2010 12:17 am ET

My thoughts and hopes are to the families of the coal workers. This must be a very difficult time for them. There are some refuge chambers, lets hope we will find them and in good spirits.

A. Smith, Oregon   April 6th, 2010 12:21 am ET

Good evening Dodie, yes I hope they find the miners alive also.

Dodie   April 6th, 2010 12:27 am ET

Good evening A. Smith, Nice to see you on line. I just cannot imagine what the families are going through right now. How sad....

A. Smith, Oregon   April 6th, 2010 12:42 am ET

Sounds like another case of Corporate greed in regards to all of the citations and safety flags on this mine. I'm certain if the Democratic congress hadn't pressed for stronger mine safety tools, more injury's would have certainly resulted before now since 2007.

A. Smith, Oregon   April 6th, 2010 12:51 am ET

Nice visual work on long wall mining and the actual mining of a coal face. You could actually see the Methane Gas being released and sucked into the mine exhaust system.

In modern mine operations COAL DUST is minimal and unlikely if standard safety equipment is functioning correctly. Methane Gas however can pour out from pockets in a seam or during the mining of the Coal Face which nearly immediately can reach the 5% minimum for an explosion to occur if the tiniest spark is encountered.

Alicia White   April 6th, 2010 12:54 am ET

My father has worked for Performance Coal Massey Energy for over 15 years now. He was one of the 9 men on a man bus, over a mile inside, when the explosion happened. My Daddy lost numerous members of his family today. When you are making your anti coal comments. This is a time of mourning of for so many. It's a time to pray for your the men who risk their lives on a daily basis to keep your lights on and mine the coal for your steel.
It's not the time for anti- coal topics or arguing over what type of energy is better for the ozone. Say your prays and keep the negative comments for another time.
Thank you
A Coal Miners Daughter

Judy Knight   April 6th, 2010 1:00 am ET

I thought Tiger did a great job on the Master's question and answer seeion today at Augusta. I have been a Tiger fan since he became a pro. I have never, in my life seen anyone who can captavise a crowd like Tiger does. He is the world's #1 golfer, and yes he made many mistakes the past few years, but he is on the right track now and he is definitely working the 12 step program. It is so beneficial for anyone, whether they have a problem or not. It becomes a way of life.
I wish Tiger and Elin the very best in their marriage, and I hope the media will leave them alone now. You have gotten your story out there so many times. You can't keep just expecting to make money off of your shows and magazines by re-hasing all of the things that all of these unreputable women keep bringing up.
Please leave them alone!!! Go get the green jacket Tiger!!!

a murphy   April 6th, 2010 1:05 am ET

has anyone checked the barometric pressure in that area. it can dry the mines out and make it dangerous if the pressure is low.

A. Smith, Oregon   April 6th, 2010 1:31 am ET

@ Alicia White, my thoughts go out to your father and his fellow miners. Was your father injured, were his ear drums damaged by the blast?

Any thoughts on the large number of safety violations that were logged and pending on that mine?

Thank you for taking a moment to post your thoughts and any updates that you have during this difficult night and time for you and your loved ones.

Lee Grey   April 6th, 2010 1:48 am ET

I just finished watching your special on the mine disaster.
Thank you for your thoughtful and sensitive coverage so far. Anderson is on now and he has a tendency to be overly dramatic and speculative. As a matter of fact, he just implied that it was the company withholding information in the previous Sago disaster, that lead to all the misinformation that went out over the airways. Most West Virginians remember that the media and their incessant probing contributed to the horrible erroneous announcements of that evening.
Please note that non-union mines are concerned about safety as well. Mines are inherently dangerous places. Each mine site gets visited by either state or federal inspectors almost on a daily basis. You just can’t work miles underground with massive equipment, day after day, without the law of averages finally catching up. Everyone needs to know, these coal mines provide the coal that keeps more than 50% of the lights on in this country. The United States would not be the global power we are without the efforts of these men. Pray for them all.
Please don’t mention the names of any of the victims until the coal company or the governor’s office gives you names.

And please check your facts carefully; it is sometimes almost comical to hear you’re analysis of what a mining operation is like.

A. Smith, Oregon   April 6th, 2010 1:55 am ET

Reports indicate 5 or 6 ventilation safety violations in this mine since January 2010.

Reports also indicate a large amount of Methane being routinely emitted in this particular mine.

That would underscore the critical need for more than adequate active air ventilation for safe operation in this particular coal mine.

Betty Harrah   April 6th, 2010 2:32 am ET

Please pray for our families. My brother was one of the first men that they bought out of the mones tonight.

mcmargie, Prescott, AZ   April 6th, 2010 2:37 am ET

Tiger said he was happy & excited to be back where he was when he first started playing golf professionally. I predict that he will do well in the Masters.

As far as his personal life, he is working on his issues and trying to make amends. We will never know all the details from him but I think we have heard enough to know what went on and we shouldn't care because quite frankly – it is his private life. He knows he only needs to look forward now to a much brighter, happier & better life with himself and family and being a great athlete again.

Betty Harrah   April 6th, 2010 2:50 am ET

There was meth in there. They told us that my brother was dead from the gas.

mcmargie   April 6th, 2010 2:53 am ET

I really feel sorry for you. I've been here on the LK blogs a few only have hatred in your heart. You continually bash people all the time. Jane Fonda came out years and years ago and acknowledged her betrayal of American forces. She said she was sorry. I suppose you are perfect and never made a mistake, never ever did anything wrong? Look up the word "forgiveness". It is in the English language. You are a bitter person, never have anything nice to say – stop holding on to grudges.

Cajazz76:24:8   April 6th, 2010 3:13 am ET


If you read the blog it was posted for Navajo Joe who e-mailed it to me. I suggest you re-read it an get a sense what he was saying. You seem to be blinded by the light...and fail to see the trees for the forest.. It is quite obvious your loaded for bear...Read what others have said who read it correctly..don't kill the messenger..The fact Fonda acknowledged her "betrayal of American forces"...your words..I would think still maintains her status as a traitor to most Viet Nam vets there at that time. At the same time, if you read Joe's Blogs, there is three men dead during the time she was comforting their enemy...You explain it to the million's of vets who see her as a traitor..Sorry seems to be rather weak words for her actions...The problem I see in your attack on me is denial of the truth..something you and I have recently discussed..Look up the words Treason and Treachery and Traitor...I will gladly go head to head with you in any will just have to find time to feed your chickens, milk the cows, slop the hogs and still have time to sing your EI-EI-OOOOOOOOOOOOooooooooo's

Just Simple Loves To Watch Larry King Show!   April 6th, 2010 4:40 am ET


I think Normal Public People Who CHEATS!!! IS DISGUSTING!!!!



A WORLD FAMOUS FIGURE !? and is STILL USED AS A Role Model to Children, Teenager AROUND THE WORLD ???!!!



I mean regardless whether it is the men who is cheating his wife or the other way round I think it is disgusting if thaty one cannot kept or stay loyal to the one they FIRST VOW TO LOVE IN GOOD TIMES OR BAD, IN SICKNESS IN HEALTH TILL DEATH DO THEM PART! IT IS REALLY (x3) SAD!

True No one ever written or say marriage is Easy!
Marriage is like a set of cutlry for a steak meal! Like a pair of hands in every human body! One Cannot Do Without The Other!

Every time a Young Couple Fells in LOVE OH ! It Is SOOOOooo SWEEeeT ! And the bells rings, the bees and birds are Singing! BUT
AND THEN they forget to continue to
2. forget what the reason they first love the person soooooooo much!!
3. Allow themselves to fiind excuses to be a coward and RUN AWAY from a situation instead of sitting down to settle problems!
4. knocking some sense into the other party and sit them down to talk without all the vulgularity and shoutting match at each other like when they fall in LOVE MADLY WITH EACH OTHER!!


The above reason is somehow also contributes to the Asia & some other modern cities LOW RATE OF BIRTH OTHER THAN THE FINACIAL SIDE OF THINGS mainly inflation!
Problems = to new couples fear and it is better also to stay childless so just in case we decide to divorce
To loving couple = too much to bring a child into such a messy world! Just like many(x3) of my married friends!

mcmargie   April 6th, 2010 12:18 pm ET


Who cares that Navajo Joe submitted it. It's an ugly post that you posted here. You don't get it and only proved my point that you keep a a lot of hatred inside your heart. You post mean-spirited words therefore you are mean-spirited. It is obvious that you think you are perfect and have never have made a mistake in your life.

You missed the boat on everything I said in my post in regards to forgiveness. Who hurt you so badly in life?...because you never have anything nice to say and never forgive people even when they say they are sorry. Jane Fonda said she was sorry. She regrets that part of her life that happened 38 years ago. She knows there are people like you who would never hear her, listen to her words of apology although you have a brain that can process her words through those ears on both sides of your head (that you don't use). No remorse or words of apology from anyone who made a mistake in life will ever be good enough for you, therefore, I feel sorry for you to live such a life of hatred and sarcasm. You need to grow a heart and get some anger-management "tools" and serious therapy.

IKHAN   April 6th, 2010 12:53 pm ET

Thanks for the info. This is indeed horrifying. Yes why would someone be prompted to act like this- beyond me. However read what @mcmargie has to say about it.

the casualties in W.V mine accident have climbed. Our thoughts & prayers go out to the families. I sincerely hope that those still trapped are rescued. What a tragedy.

Letty from Prescott,Az.   April 6th, 2010 6:02 pm ET


Boy does cajazz have you pegged. You're from here in Prescott and I think I know who you are, a zero. You can not read very good. It looks like to me you are the angry one. I suggest you get a person you know to read to you, then explain it to you.

Dodie   April 7th, 2010 12:05 am ET

@ mcmargie

Sometimes it is very difficult to forgive when you have lost so much due to Hanoi Jane's behavior that day. I would have died before I behaved like she did. Handing over those slips of paper, she knew people were going to die.

That is like you taking an AK47 and shoot someone in the head, killing them and then say... opps I am sorry. Will you forgive me!

Sorry, but you not only missed the boat, the fact is, you missed the entire ocean!

leonard   April 7th, 2010 1:15 pm ET


I see your very angry at Cajazz...why? It must be luv....

Alicia White   April 7th, 2010 3:34 pm ET

@ A. Smith, Oregon . First off thank you for your thoughts they are greatly appreciated.
As for the safety violations...There are numerous inspectors at mines numerous times in a week. There are "safety violations" noted on a daily basis and fines are given This could be a wrapper from a snack cake it's still a safety violation. Every mine site are issued violations, numerous violations, not just Upper Big Branch and not just Massey mines.
We as a whole should not speculate. When people speculate is causes more pain for all of those involved.

John Wills   April 8th, 2010 9:34 pm ET

I found the Tiger ad weird, and smelled of desperation on the part of nike and tiger using his dead fathers words. Did I hear one of your guests say poor tiger? Lets face it, this isn't a man who can be trusted. His poor wife.
I think i'll skip the Master's and Nike.
Tiger is what he is, Some weeks of sex rehab, isn't changing the man inside.

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