258 definitions by krock1dk@yahoo.com

The ultimate act of betrayal and dishonesty against your spouse by sleeping with someone else or as they say "parking your car in another woman's garage."

As wrong as adultery is, its primary cause is one of the married partners not reciving something they need emoptionally or physically from their spouse.
Adultery is wrong, wrong, wrong with a capital-W!
by krock1dk@yahoo.com March 16, 2008
One of the winniest coaches in college basketbal history and one of its most controversial. He was the head coach at Indiana University for over 20 years and had numerous reports of alleged abuse toward players, staff and reporters. He is notorious for his outbursts of temper and red sweaters to match his face when the referees made a bad call against his team. One of Knight's most famous incidents involved throwing a chair onto the floor during a free throw shot resulting from a technical foul. His demise came in 2000 after a "final warning" issued by IU President, Miles Brand reagarding a videotap of Knight allegedly choking a player during practice. Later, a student at Indiana University allegedly made a sarcastic remark to Knight which resulted in his firing after reports surfaced accusing him of putting his hands on the student. Knight was fired in September of 2000 and is now head coach at Texas Tech University in Lubbock.
Bobby Knight has a serious temper problem and should be on medication. I love the guy.
by krock1dk@yahoo.com July 23, 2007
Something there is way too much of in America. Statistics say approximately 50% of American marriages end in divorce. This is a very sad statistic if true. Divorce has numerous affects that can lead too emotional or financial insecurity for the couple, depression, and children and the family lose the foundation. It causes an awful lot of pain for the children involved. Often the children rarely get to see/visit one of the parents. Divorce can also create insecurity and a lack of trust for the children of divorced parents in their future relationships. Divorce affects much more than just the immediate party involved. It has affected much of American society, because the breakdown of the home leads to the breakdown of society with no foundation. Marriage and the family is the foundation of society and divorce breaks it down to produce an unstable society. This is a FACT. I'm tired of the politically correct nitwits claiming divorce is an improvement to the quality of your life for those who want their freedom again. This is bullcrap. If you want your freedom, then don't get married. Divorce has affects on society and always will. Period.

Most religions despise divorce and with good reason. In some rare instances, divorce can be an improvement. For example, the Bible and Christianity teach that divorce is acceptable (but not necessarily the first option) in marriages that involve infidelity, abandonment and abuse, BUT only as a last resort if things cannot be worked out. Who’s marriage doesn’t have problems and challenges? But divorce should NEVER be an option because any marriage can be rejuvenated. Don’t like your spouse anymore? Then do something to get closer to them: take a weekend trip together, have a date night once a month, ALWAYS apologize to each other after a disagreement, talk your disagreements out, focus on the good things about your spouse, etc. But divorce should NEVER be considered.
Divorce is a social cancer in America that has lead to instability in society.
by krock1dk@yahoo.com December 17, 2007
A bigger version of Dallas. The 4th largest single city in the United States and largest city in Texas. America’s 7th largest metro area. As big as the Houston area is, it isn't even the largest in Texas. Dallas-Ft. Worth is the largest. It’s economy has a broad industrial base in energy, manufacturing of chemicals and petrochemicals, aeronautics (NASA is headquartered in the city), technology, biotechnology and healthcare and research institutions. It is home to the most Fortune 500 companies outside New York City. It’s numerous high-paying jobs followed by a low cost of liviing makes Houston a very easy city to live in. It is one of the fastest-growing metro areas in the country and is a classic example of urban sprawl gone ammock, like many Sun Belt cities including its rival, Dallas. Houston saw a surge of New Orleans refugees in September of 2005, after Hurricane Katrina. It is believed that its crime rate (already among the highest in the country) escalated rapidly after receiving the evacuees. Houston is almost an urban hell to live in because it has no zoning regulations whatsoever, thanks to its voters. Not suprisingly, it has the second-worst air pollution in the country after Los Angeles. For a city of such large size, Houston has very abysmal public transportation and just about everybody drives everywhere. The roads are overused, overcrowded, underfunded and in need of repair. Houston has among the youngest populations in the nation,partly due to an influx of immigrants (both legal and illegal) into Texas. It has the third-largest Hispanic and third-largest Mexican population in the United States. An estimated 400,000 illegal immigrants reside in Houston if you can believe it or not. That’s perhaps why the city has such a high crime rate. Houston, although not with a profile like the crowded East Coast cities, has just about everything: professional sports teams from every sport except hockey, museums, a theme park, tons of bars and nightclubs, an active nightlife, and ranks high in the arts. Houston is just damb big all over the place and an urban nightmare if you want to live there. It’s a nice place to visit or conduct business, but you don’t want to live there. Houston, we have a problem.
Houston is just too dam big and crime-ridden to be good for anything.
by krock1dk@yahoo.com November 29, 2007
A sitcom airing on ABC from 1988 to 1995. The sitcom starred Bob Saget as Danny Tanner, a San Francisco widowed father of 3 who gets help raising his daughters from his brother-in-law Jessie (John Stamos) and best friend Joey (Dave Coulier). As the show progresses more characters are added who eventually live with the Tanners. John Stamos' character, Jessie Kotsopolous married Rebecca Donaldson in season 4 and they move into the attic. They had twin sons in the last 2 seasons. For some reason the central character Danny Tanner, never remarried when the show was cancelled.
Full House was one of those popular sitcoms that orginiated in the 1980s and tv has reached its lowest ebb since sitcoms from that era were cancelled.
by krock1dk@yahoo.com August 18, 2007
Where you live when you dont want to live in the inner city. It's a place of mostly middle-class homes, Walmart, soccer moms, SUVs, strip malls and the homes of corporate bigwigs. Suburbs in the United States began to spring up during the post WWII years as families left the central cities for a quieter, safer and more relaxed lifestyle. However some suburbs are just as poor as the inner-city itself. According to the US census, the number of persons living in the suburbs now outnumbers those in the central cities.
Most Americans would probably rather live in a suburb than in the crime-infested inner city.
by krock1dk@yahoo.com April 1, 2009
An interstate and one of the longest roads in the U.S. from Boston to Seattle. Nothing for thousands of miles from Western New York State to Central Montana.
90 is very dull to drive if you can stand to 3 or 4 day drive.
by krock1dk@yahoo.com December 9, 2007