Friday, August 10, 2007


Hey, parents!

Concerned about rising college costs? Worried you can't afford to send your daughter to college?

How would you like a toy that will teach your girls how to make a great salary without going to college -- or even graduating from high school?

Introducing Prostitute Barbie! Complete with a micro-mini, fishnet hose and genuine hooker boots! She's just the role model your daughters need.

Pick one up today! At a street corner near you.



  • At Fri Aug 10, 04:36:00 PM, Anonymous Gem said…

    My 7yo would totally agree with you!!!

  • At Fri Aug 10, 08:02:00 PM, Blogger Sarah P said…

    When did Barbie get so skinny??!!!!
    When I had Barbies, granted her proportions were way off in terms of boobage, but at least the girl had a bowl of ice cream now and then.

  • At Fri Aug 10, 08:04:00 PM, Blogger Jacinda said…

    Ridiculous! We were just talking tonight with some friends about how it's so frustrating to see some of the things put out there in the world for our little girls. UGH

  • At Sat Aug 11, 10:22:00 AM, Blogger Sandy said…

    aka the Paris Hilton Barbie- yikes!

  • At Sun Aug 12, 04:10:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    I have the same feelings about BRATZ - not allowed in my house. Craziness...

  • At Sun Aug 12, 05:28:00 PM, Blogger Keith Brenton said…

    Mattel is about to catch up with its detractors and become a parody of itself: Trailer Trash Barbie.

  • At Mon Aug 13, 06:54:00 AM, Blogger Matthew said…

    I certainly like Barbie over those Brats

  • At Mon Aug 13, 08:17:00 AM, Blogger SJ said…

    I don't have just an email address for you, so I am sending this info to you here because you are the first person I thought of who goes to a church in LR. - Susan Jenkins

    Hey everybody. This email was sent to me by my brother from Texas. Please put them on your prayer list and I will keep you posted. Have a great week!
    Tonya Gambill

    Begin forwarded message:

    From: Jonathan Storment
    Subject: Fw: [RHCC Ministers & Staff] FW: know a church in Little Rock??

    Here you go sis, thanks for the help. Love you guys,

    ----- Original Message -----
    From: Pam Willingham
    To: AllRHCC
    Sent: Mon, 13 Aug 2007 09:14:44 -0500
    [RHCC Ministers & Staff] FW: know a church in Little Rock??

    One of my single dads' (Larry Parker) brothers family was involved in a bad
    car wreck in late July. They live in Central Texas and have one child with an extensive head injury still in the hospital. The husband will have to return to Iraq this week to retain medical benefits. He works there and was
    in the states on vacation to see his family when the accident happened.
    The whole story follows but if you know someone at a church in Little Rock that might offer support to this family please let me know.

    From: Larry Parker
    Sent: Sunday, August 12, 2007 10:50 PM
    Subject: Re: two prayer requests

    If you have contacts with the church in Little Rock, Arkansas, possibly they could offer encouragement to my brother Ron and his wife Diana while my
    niece, Cassie remains in Arkansas Childrens Hospital for an indefinite time.
    Ron must return to his job in Iraq soon to retain insurance benefits.
    Diana has been distressed since the vehicle accident and becomes very nervous in traffic.

    I plan to visit them in Little Rock next weekend.

    Thanks for your prayers,

    Update on my brother, Ron's family:

    Two of the children have been treated and released from the hospital:
    Garret, age 16, and Victoria, age 4. Montana, age 7, has improved (chest congestion) and been moved from PICU to a regular room. Her main concern is a neck injury with dislocation and extensive soft tissue damage. Cassie, age 13, remains in PICU with extensive head injury. Surgery was
    performed to relieve pressure in her head, and the pressure is closely monitored. She suffered a stroke after the accident which affects control of her right side, speech, memory, and not sure how much more. It is vital to her progress that she see something familiar and process the information.
    She is now breathing on her own, and opened her eyes for the first time Monday.
    Cassie suffered multiple compound fractures in her left leg - requiring reconstructive surgery. As a result, she has open wounds which must heal from the inside out. She is watched closely for signs of infection and fever. She remains in critical condition.
    Diana, Ron's wife, had surgery this morning to secure the broken bone in her left upper arm. The bone was separating and causing great pain. Diana had dismissed herself from the hospital against doctors orders, before a
    thorough examination was complete, in desparation to be with her injured children. She is complaining of neck pain, which we hope she will get
    treatment for.

    This family needs continued prayer for healing.
    My brother's wife and children were involved in a serious vehicle accident last Monday, requiring Care flights for 4 of them. Two children: Cassie and Montana remain in critical condition. They are in PICU at Arkansas
    Children's Hospital in Little Rock, many miles from their central Texas
    home. Please pray for God's healing and to strengthen the family.


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