Let it Out

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“I <3 Antiques!”

Since: Jul 07

Edinburgh

#64 Dec 20, 2007
Lee wrote:
Good global downhill day, 5 days till Christmas Thursday morning to all.
Thought for the day. Wonder why the socialist Al Gore got "snuffed out" by the communist KGB guy Putin by Time mag rag for "man of the year'?
If this doesn't get it started. nothing will.
Putin beat out JK Rowling, too! Although, I think it is safe to assume she would be time's person of the year before Gore.....
(NOW it can get started!)
Man in the Mirror

Brownsburg, IN

#65 Dec 20, 2007
Jude wrote:
<quoted text>
Maybe he is Billy Milligan. They guy from Ohio who has 26 personalities. Wonder who the others are.
Wasn't he a mass murderer?

“I <3 Antiques!”

Since: Jul 07

Edinburgh

#66 Dec 20, 2007
REASON #1 FOR ME TO BE HAPPY TODAY: At 5:00 p.m., I will be leaving work, and will not have to return until 1/2/08. Happy vacation to me!!!!

“May the Force be with you”

Since: Oct 07

Indy

#68 Dec 20, 2007
iaintagonnasay wrote:
<quoted text>*GEARING UP FOR MY SNOWDANCE!!*
Don't even go there!

Since: Jul 07

Indianapolis

#69 Dec 20, 2007
ruthnky wrote:
<quoted text>
Refresh my memory. Which song was it? It wasn't
The Little Drummer Boy was it?
http://www.youtube.com/wathck? v=gKTHvW2JcAA

Since: Dec 06

Indianapolis, IN

#70 Dec 20, 2007
Tis the season for big corporate business to shove marketing tricks down our throats to buy sh** we don't need and greedy, over indulged Americans to gobble it up then complain about their tax bills and maxed out credit cards.
Merry Christmas!
and what

United States

#71 Dec 20, 2007
Doggy Daddy wrote:
<quoted text>
"anyone with at least three active brain cells can get an anonymous yahoo or gmail account. "
I guess that would eliminate Billy/Paula/etc.! LOL
Good point!

“Hey, were you there when I....”

Since: Oct 07

Indianapolis, IN

#72 Dec 20, 2007
Thats Ridiculous wrote:
Did you know the Indianapolis Star charges $155-$1655 to put a small add on the celebrations page. My parents are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary, which is almost more unbelievable than the Stars prices!
I know...how dare the evil "Star" try to make money(profit). Billary won't stand for that. Anyone(businesses) who make a profit and pays people to work for them to feed their families and take care of their own....why, that's outragous!! Everyone(Billary) knows that any company's extra money belongs to the "less fortunate"(lazy poor people). Everyone knows it's the "gubment's" job to take care of us.
Oh Congrats to your parents may they have many many more!

“live well-laughoften- love much”

Since: Nov 07

Somewhere in Mississippi

#73 Dec 20, 2007
Almost Retired wrote:
REASON #1 FOR ME TO BE HAPPY TODAY: At 5:00 p.m., I will be leaving work, and will not have to return until 1/2/08. Happy vacation to me!!!!
Happy, happy vacation to you!! Merry Christmas, too!

Since: Jul 07

Indianapolis

#74 Dec 20, 2007
OH NO!!!
I messed-up big time.
Try-

I hope that one works.

“For a new start, Vote for Art ”

Since: Oct 07

Franklin

#75 Dec 20, 2007
Almost Retired wrote:
<quoted text>
Putin beat out JK Rowling, too! Although, I think it is safe to assume she would be time's person of the year before Gore.....
(NOW it can get started!)
Didn't she write all those kiddie books about that dorky wizard Harry. That all those adults read as classic lit. They weren't bad for second rate novels. Now this should start a ruckus!!!
iaintagonnasay

Indianapolis, IN

#76 Dec 20, 2007
southern miss wrote:
<quoted text>
I sure am glad you don't live close to me. I'd have to nail you to the floor and tase you to keep you from doing that dang snow dance!
mmmmm....bondage! LOL...

“Okay, I'm Ready for Spring!”

Since: Aug 07

Montgomery, IN

#77 Dec 20, 2007
Arthurr wrote:
<quoted text>With enough e-mail addresses he/she/it could have a registered name for each. Easy enough to have one or more with AOL, Yahoo, HotMail and others.
That's true. So there's nothing we can do to stop them. Aaaahhhhhh!!!!!
Thats Ridiculous

Beaver Dam, KY

#78 Dec 20, 2007
ruthnky wrote:
<quoted text>
I can't remember how we announced an open house in honor of my mom and dads 50th. What side of town do they live on? How about the smaller newspapers, Spotlight, etc.?
Luckily the Hendricks County Flyer only charges $25. I was just appalled by the Stars prices.

“Happy New Year!”

Since: Sep 07

New Palestine, IN

#79 Dec 20, 2007
Man in the Mirror wrote:
Oddest Christmas song duet: Bing Crosby and David Bowie.
Odd,but good! I remember seeing that on TV. It was kind of like the joining of two generations of music.
Man in the Mirror

Brownsburg, IN

#80 Dec 20, 2007
Can someone explain the necessity of retention ponds?
janetM

Winslow, IN

#81 Dec 20, 2007
Jude wrote:
<quoted text>
Maybe he is Billy Milligan. They guy from Ohio who has 26 personalities. Wonder who the others are.
I am sure that we will find out over time who the others are!

Since: Jul 07

Indianapolis

#82 Dec 20, 2007
Almost Retired wrote:
REASON #1 FOR ME TO BE HAPPY TODAY: At 5:00 p.m., I will be leaving work, and will not have to return until 1/2/08. Happy vacation to me!!!!
You will drop by once in a while? won't you?

“Happy New Year!”

Since: Sep 07

New Palestine, IN

#83 Dec 20, 2007
Almost Retired wrote:
<quoted text>
Putin beat out JK Rowling, too! Although, I think it is safe to assume she would be time's person of the year before Gore.....
(NOW it can get started!)
Time magazine has always picked some questionable characters for person of the year. Makes me wonder what their criteria is.

“peace”

Since: Jun 07

Indianapolis

#84 Dec 20, 2007
A neat thing happened to me this morning. I would like to share. I was on a shuttle bus on my way into work. When a former boss of mine that I had not seen in a few months askd how my son was and if he was back from Iraq. I told him yes and we began talking about the issues in Iraq. On my way into the building, a man that I have seen before but do not know, came up to me and asked me if I could do him a favor, I said sure what was it. He asked me to please thank my son for him. I thought it was so sweet. It brought tears to my eyes. I called my son and let him know he was very touched. There are still some nice people out there.

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