Donna Deegan: Why the name change?

Hello Folks, Donna Deegan here. For those of you who haven't been watching this past week, where've you been? Seriously, if you haven't had the time to tune in, I have changed my name to, well, my name. Full Story
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spike

Saint Augustine, FL

#1 Dec 10, 2007
i'm sure dan is happy with name change and kathleen deegan is probably once again hurt...tim and donna have caused so much pain in this woman, it is a shame that they portray themselves as good people.
Happy for the Deegans

Jacksonville, FL

#2 Dec 10, 2007
Divorce is always painful,no matter what the situation,but if you have ever seen Tim and Donna in person you would realize how much they love each other,it shines out of them like a galaxy of stars. Tim and Donna have been married for a while so shame on you for being a hater,you must have a miserable life.
I'm sure that Tim's ex is over and done with him and hopefully they are friends like Donna and Dan so obviously are,you cannot fake that on screen friendship on live tv.
I'm sure they have put their children first and foremost that is why alot of exes end up becoming friends and not screaming, hating, bitter enemies.
BIG FAN OF ALL OF CHANNEL 12 NEWS TEAM!
spike

Saint Augustine, FL

#6 Dec 27, 2007
you obviously do not know the terrible pain tim and donna put dan and kathleen through....their selfish "love" for each other did not leave any room left for wounded spouses and most of all their children. how would you feel if your spouse had an affair with your co-worker that you see daily and have a friendly repore with only to then find out and to make matters worse have to look at these two lovers everyday and be forced to be nice to them....i don't think dan or kathleen appreciated their respective spouses finding a "galaxy of shining stars" and having their lives blown up in front of tv cameras. i agree with you that divorce is always painful, however, the only people who end up with the miserable life is sadly the kids. shame on you for defending two people who are clearly selfish. wake up and see that the tv image does not give a true representation of what goes on in real life.
Think about it

AOL

#7 Dec 28, 2007
Here's the real question...

Does Tim Deegan perform his duties well?
Does Donna Deegan perform her duties well?

Get over it folks, these people are tasked with delivering the news, not having their personal lives discussed.

Do you get involved with the personal lives of your Doctor? Your Dry Cleaner? The firemen at your local station?..and how would your personal life hold up to being reviewed in your workplace?

With no offense to the Deegans, they are just a couple of many people who provide us with a daily service, I expect no more from them, or need to know more about them than my newspaper delivery person, landscaper or mail carrier.
Hammer

Jacksonville, FL

#8 Dec 28, 2007
Hey Think, if it they didn't have all this dribble to "post" about what would they do all day?
spike

Saint Augustine, FL

#9 Dec 28, 2007
Hammer wrote:
Hey Think, if it they didn't have all this dribble to "post" about what would they do all day?


the same thing you are doing all day....
DTU

Orange Park, FL

#10 Dec 29, 2007
Think about it wrote:
Here's the real question...
Does Tim Deegan perform his duties well?
Does Donna Deegan perform her duties well?
Get over it folks, these people are tasked with delivering the news, not having their personal lives discussed.
Do you get involved with the personal lives of your Doctor? Your Dry Cleaner? The firemen at your local station?..and how would your personal life hold up to being reviewed in your workplace?
With no offense to the Deegans, they are just a couple of many people who provide us with a daily service, I expect no more from them, or need to know more about them than my newspaper delivery person, landscaper or mail carrier.
when you are on t.v. you become part of the publics buisness, thats why these rag mags sell so well!!
DUT

Green Cove Springs, FL

#11 Dec 29, 2007
Not to mention that both Tim and Donna now look like two old prunes. That sun does a real number on your skin, kids.
tommy salami

United States

#12 Dec 30, 2007
change her name to donna homewrecker

“Formerly "Richard"”

Since: Dec 07

Jacksonville, FL

#16 Dec 30, 2007
DUT wrote:
Not to mention that both Tim and Donna now look like two old prunes. That sun does a real number on your skin, kids.
George Winterling aged better than Tim Deegan. Donna has an excuse, but it doesn't change the fact that she looks like a grandmother now.
cracka

United States

#17 Dec 30, 2007
Lifelong Jax Resident wrote:
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George Winterling aged better than Tim Deegan. Donna has an excuse, but it doesn't change the fact that she looks like a grandmother now.
What is wrong with looking old? There is just so much discrimination on this board.
Sniff

Jacksonville, FL

#18 Dec 30, 2007
Well, they both look like they spend a lot of time in the SUN. It wouldn't surprise me if the next diagnosis is Melanoma.

When is George W going to retire? That man must be 90 years old, puttering around in that vegetable garden for decades.
cracka

United States

#19 Dec 30, 2007
Sniff wrote:
Well, they both look like they spend a lot of time in the SUN. It wouldn't surprise me if the next diagnosis is Melanoma.
When is George W going to retire? That man must be 90 years old, puttering around in that vegetable garden for decades.
It is about continuity. People do not like change.
Sniff

Jacksonville, FL

#22 Dec 30, 2007
cracka wrote:
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It is about continuity. People do not like change.
I guess people got real upset when Darryl Tardy had to leave. haaa

By the way, what happened to Nancy Rubin? One day she was there, next thing I knew she was gone. Was she arrested for being rude and constanting interrupting all her guests?
Sniff

Jacksonville, FL

#23 Dec 30, 2007
"constantly". That's it. I'm going to bed. You'd never know part of my real job is ....PROOF READING!!

“Formerly "Richard"”

Since: Dec 07

Jacksonville, FL

#25 Dec 31, 2007
Sniff wrote:
Well, they both look like they spend a lot of time in the SUN. It wouldn't surprise me if the next diagnosis is Melanoma.
When is George W going to retire? That man must be 90 years old, puttering around in that vegetable garden for decades.
OK Sniff ... I'm gonna defend George now. He's pushin 80 now. He is been a part of Jacksonville culture now for 45 years. He's also married to the same wife and there's NEVER been any gossip about him screwing around with co-workers.

The man will NEVER retire. He will forecast the weather to his dying day, and most of us lifelong folks hope he's around for ANOTHER 45 years!
cracka

United States

#26 Dec 31, 2007
Sniff wrote:
"constantly". That's it. I'm going to bed. You'd never know part of my real job is ....PROOF READING!!
Hey, don't spell correctly on my account. It is proven that as long as the first and last letters are correct the brain can figure out what the word is supposed be when it is used in a sentence.

“Formerly "Richard"”

Since: Dec 07

Jacksonville, FL

#27 Dec 31, 2007
appears on your post wrote:
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NAMES NAMES!!! We want NAMES!
It wouldn't do any good to post names. FCN is watching this post very closely and deleting many posts.
cracka

United States

#28 Dec 31, 2007
Lifelong Jax Resident wrote:
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It wouldn't do any good to post names. FCN is watching this post very closely and deleting many posts.
They do that on a lot of threads. The comments don't even have to be vulgar. If you do not agree with their spin, bye, bye.

“3 words changed my life ”

Since: Nov 07

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#29 Dec 31, 2007
cracka wrote:
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Hey, don't spell correctly on my account. It is proven that as long as the first and last letters are correct the brain can figure out what the word is supposed be when it is used in a sentence.
i got my mstasgtadl stuck in a crack! whats the word? hahaha

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