ANSWERS: 100
  • $3.03 for a gallon of freakin' gas.
  • little white boys trying to be gangster .. like, im talking 7 year olds .. yeah, i live in a weird place
  • One of the people I work with.
  • Whenever my brother tells visitors the same story that I have heard over and over again at least 50 times.
  • My hubby!
  • My dad claiming to have "the mac daddy" sports viewing expirence.
  • "marijuana makes you go crazy, go sterile, get cancer and do heroin"
  • Middle-aged white men who claim that they're being racially discriminated against and that there's no such thing as anti-black racism any more.
  • Women who are a size 6 or below that whine about needing to lose weight.
  • when people see that i have some tattoos and say .. "but don't you realize that's on your body FOREVER? .. until you DIE?" .. yeah, no shit .. :)
  • Geeks who believe they are authorities and that differing opinions have no value.
  • Pants hanging down to the knees on guys. Hoochy momma's that wear boyshort shorts so small they hang out everywhere!!
  • politics
  • Lovehearters...she thinks I'm going to lose the bet. Hilarious I tell ya...absolutely hilarious!:P
  • Whenever Hilary Clinton throws a hissy fit on TV like she did this morning over stuff that Obama sent out criticizing her.
  • My sister claiming she'll be ready in, '5 minutes'. Yeah right.
  • When I see my roommate hold up one finger telling me he'll be off the phone in a minute
  • I do not roll my eyes, I consider it juvenile.
  • Whenever my friends put on reality tv
  • When my wife gets annoyed with me over something silly and trivial.
  • My husband's jokes. Not funny.
  • The idiocy of the people I work with....never fails.
  • Whenever I actually get on AB and YOU are not here. Whats up with that? It makes me roll my eyes each time. I miss you girl!
  • My mother and both my sisters'
  • a seizure
  • When I go to the ATM and it asks me if I want to read it in Spanish.
  • Paris Hilton... EVERY TIME...
  • ummmm . . . apathy, stupidity, ignorance, wen girls act like the 'princess', wen ppl stand on a pile of shit and complain about the smell while waiting for the violins to come around and begin the pitty party. just a few things.
  • Melodrama on Answerbag, LOL.
  • American Idol
  • oh! when my 25 year old sister calls my father "daddy". or anytime an adult calls their parent "mommy" or "daddy" in a non-crisis situation.
  • News programs that feature updates on reality shows.
  • People who are lost and refuse to do more than 10 miles UNDER the speed limit or let people by on a two lane road. "Panic Brakers"-- people who slam on the brakes even though the stop light is a mile away or the car in front of them is equally as distant. Grrrrr.
  • I don't "roll" my eyes about anything. It seems rather rude to me to do so. If I have something to say, I usually say it out loud to whomever rather than "rolling" the eyes, winking, smirking or in general engaging in any other kind of mannerism that is, in effect, a putdown! :)
  • girls who find out that i have an eating disorder and ask me for advice on how to purge, starve themselves, abuse laxatives and etc, and then get bitchy when i refuse to tell them. I Also Hate It When People Capitalize Every Word In A Sentence, Even Though It Isn't A Title. Doesn't It Take Extra Time To Do That?? Aren't You Just Putting Needless Strain On YourSelf???
  • My husband's gas passing. LOL!!
  • Stupidity yo... And there's a never ending supply.
  • When I see some of the answers and questions on AB that are just something you would never expect. Mean, ignorant, nonsensical things I would never think an person intelligent and educated enough to use a PC would think of.
  • People who assume things and don't know what they are talking about.
  • men behaving badly.
  • whenever i get somebody walking around with an "air" about them making me feel like i'm supposed to think i'm pretty much the luckiest person on earth to have them grace me with their presence. i hate that intensely
  • Bad as hell little kids, and their crappy parents who let them get away with it.
  • The free flowing motorcycle traffic on the sidewalk here in Saigon!
  • Sometimes i roll my eyes when i realy think about something...or if i can't get a point across, or if someone isn't listening lol...or being ignorant..
  • Stupid people, that make stupid or ignorant comments.
  • The self check-outs at the grocery store. There's always a shorter line, but damnit I know when to put the item in the bag! Those machines are downright annoying.
  • cocky people
  • Nothing really, I think it is kind of mean.
  • Stupid People.
  • hmmm good times in bed make my eyes roll back in my head, in a *good* way.
  • Selfish inconsiderate people who only think of themselves and their own needs and try to justify their actions by making it soemone or something elses fault.
  • all of the religious references in government activities. "separation of church and state", my eye!
  • ...14 year old Josenoel sitting in the front row of class...there's nothing that boy won't do for a laugh!!! Can't help but roll my eyes...damn, I'll miss him next year!
  • Police.
  • Teenagers. I'm sure people felt the same about me when I was a teenager.
  • About 75% of what comes out of my husbands mouth!
  • Anyone who is stupid enough to pay over $100 for shoes or purses.
  • Religious zealotry.
  • I'm still rolling my eyes over this one. Tutor in Amery, Wis., student sex case is banished from community Wisconsin sex offender banished for 15 years after refusing to stay away from victim By Kevin Harter kharter@pioneerpress.com Article Last Updated: 07/11/2008 09:18:24 AM CDT Brenda K. Baillargeon Brenda K. Baillargeon An Amery, Wis., tutor who had sex with her daughter's high school classmate has been banished from her hometown. Brenda K. Baillargeon, a mother of four who was once engaged to the 16-year-old boy she tutored, was ordered out of Amery on Thursday for the next 15 years. The unusual order, part of a sentence that includes one year in jail, was made because she repeatedly violated past restraining orders by contacting the boy at his home, work and elsewhere in the western Wisconsin village of about 2,800. Polk County District Attorney Daniel Steffen said the sentence was just. "It's not common," he said. "But where there's a clear victim and a threat, it is done." A judge has discretion in sentencing and terms of probation, and given the actions of the former teacher's aide, the punishment could have been worse, a Hamline University School of Law professor said. "She has found it difficult to discipline herself, so this is just another way of accomplishing that," said Robin Magee, who teaches criminal law and procedure. The 40-year-old Baillargeon, who in March admitted to the relationship, also was ordered to have no contact with the boy the duration of the banishment. If she violates any part of the conditions, she will be sent to a state prison for at least five years, Polk County Circuit Judge Molly E. GaleWyrick said. GaleWyrick granted Baillargeon work release, which means she can leave jail for up to 50 hours a week for work. But Advertisement Baillargeon, who resigned her seven-year post as a teacher's aide during the investigation, is employed by her parents in Amery, so she will have to find another job, Steffen said. Court records say she now lives in Luck, Wis., some 20 miles north of Amery. The judge said gender did not play into the sentence, which would have been the same for a man who had sex with a teenage girl. "He relied on you to say stop, 'This is wrong.' He is blameless. You are not. You were 39 and he 16. It is not too much to ask what you were thinking," GaleWyrick told Baillargeon. "I have never encountered a less likely felon," GaleWyrick said, noting she was a mother, had been employed with the school district, and had family and strong ties to the community. And "no criminal record, which in the law is significant." Those factors weighed in her favor, but Baillargeon "clearly needs to be punished," the judge said, ordering her to have no contact with her victim, who is now 17, during her 15-year probation. "You are going to prison if he contacts you and you respond," GaleWyrick said. "It's that simple." As a convicted felon and a sex offender, Baillargeon can't vote or use firearms and must submit to polygraph and DNA tests, and register as a sexual offender. She must also pay restitution to the victim and his family, but the amount will be set at a later date. Before entering no-contest pleas to sexual assault and child enticement as part of a plea agreement, Baillargeon faced 10 criminal charges and up to 31 years in prison. Steffen said Baillargeon has failed to take responsibility or show remorse. But Baillargeon's attorney, Owen Williams, disagreed. The boy remains interested in his former tutor and is "sorry for Brenda," he said. "She came to this relationship as a damaged person ... in a damaged state of mind as her marriage deteriorated." Baillargeon remained stoic during the proceedings and never turned to face the victim's mother and family, even when she addressed them. "It doesn't paint a good picture of me," she said of a blistering letter — read in court — that the boy's mother wrote detailing the damage to her son and family. "I do realize what I did, and I am very sorry for the hurt it has caused. I do apologize to you in public. I think that shows I am trying to be remorseful. I am not a sexual predator who seeks out young boys." She, her family and attorney left court without comment. The boy's family, according to the court's victim advocate, said they were satisfied with the outcome. The teenager's mother became suspicious about the relationship last fall — a relationship Baillargeon and the boy first denied to investigators. The mother obtained a restraining order, which Baillargeon repeatedly ignored. She had sex with him at his home, at his grandfather's cabin, on a bench at a nearby park and at her cabin near Amery over the course of seven months, Steffen said. Baillargeon also took him on trips and sneaked into his home in the early morning hours for sex, the court records said. He saved his summer earnings for an engagement ring, and after she got a divorce, they planned to marry and move to North Carolina, where he wanted to become a NASCAR mechanic. Under Wisconsin law, marriage applicants must be 18. But 16-year-olds may marry with parental consent. There have been banishments similar to the one imposed on Baillargeon, including the 1992 case of a 61-year-old Bloomington man who molested a 9-year-old girl. A judge ordered him to move permanently from the neighborhood or go to prison for more than five years. In 2003, an Alaskan village of 110 grew tired of a troublemaker with a history of drunken violence and banished him. The Native Village of Perryville Tribal Council and a state judge told the man to leave and not come back. He was given a one-way ticket to Anchorage. Kevin Harter can be reached at 800-950-9080, ext. 2149. http://www.twincities.com/ci_9845261?source=most_viewed
  • Propaganda (right-wing, left-wing- doesn't matter). It insults my intelligence.
  • When people say things in a serious manner about a serious manner like they are certain they know what they are talking about when in fact they are only making themselves look like complete idiots to me because they are dead wrong and I know it.
  • Simple stupidity...like locking your car keys in the car.
  • Certain family member's comments :)
  • When a Female comes up to me and tells me all the reasons I should be with them and not the current female I am with at the time.I hate that! Get some respect!
  • Stupidity
  • People who support universal healthcare.
  • when people are smart arses
  • people who think the answer to the energy problems in america is to drill for more oil instead of finding alternative solutions that don't rape the planet...
  • Terra Cotta roofing.
  • People who state the obvious.
  • People who take themselves way too seriously. Cheap toilet paper. Silly mistakes. Bad pick up lines. Stupid punch lines. Dumb excuses. The cat pouncing on me in the middle of the night. My brother-in-law. Too much rum. Him getting off before me. Phone calls an hour before I need to get up. My ex's tricks. These are few of my eye-rolling moments.
  • AB questions attacking religion. I find it ironic that people who don't believe spend more time obsessing over God than churchgoers. That, and guys wearing pants so low you see the crack o' their azz. WHY?
  • One of Baccusses wise "QUACKS"....
  • OK HERE IT IS...THE DUCK I WAS REFERRING TO IN MY FIRST ANSWER>>>>>>
  • lame answerbaggers. there are like, sooo many.
  • Someone who lies.
  • climax
  • Marbles.
  • people. drama-causing people. grr. people that have nothing better to do but put down others. i've never been put down, but i've had that done in front of me. and to my friends. i can't stand that. i pisses me off.
  • people playing games with serious things likeother peoples lifes
  • Reading this question. I just had to roll my eyes cus I hadn't done so in a few days.
  • anoying comments from friends.
  • sheer stupidity
  • people taking all long in lines arguing with the cashier that something should've been on sale holding you up having someone go check the price which is not close by because we are at Walmart Super center
  • people on AB that ask stupid relationship questions, pregnancy questions, pill questions. People that ask for advice and then go do the opposite and then complain about the results moms that try to dress like their daughters anyone wearing sweatpants with a word like "hot" "Phat" or "Princess" etc on the ass cliche tattoos a $1000 car with $3000 rims and a $4000 stereo....oh and a racing fin..puhleeze people that insist on taking their 10 kids out in public places and then get mad and yell and chase them around and then act like it's not their fault the kids are unruly brats people that just don't listen how my gf puts ketchup on everything the look people have when you are explaining something to them and you can tell they have no idea what the heck you are talking about but they still nod their head ghetto fashion, redneck fashion most bumper stickers no matter how short or long the line I get in at the grocer the person in front of me always needs a price check or the scanner goes down
  • Calvanism
  • Whenever a woman says.........."BUT.........I LOVE him." They seem to think this sentence excuses behaviors you wouldn't put up with from your dog.
  • omg... lots. those people who pretend not to know because for some reason playing dumb or pretending not to know amuses some people. when people who know they did better or are better try to rub it in in a "subtle" way by asking around but trying not to smile because they know they did better or something. lots of others, but i can never remember it when i need to.
  • Excess drama
  • men with HUMONGOUS egos,and when a female says "i dnt do #2s im not nasty!" come on now: u shit...i shit...your mom shits....everyone shits...get over it!!!!
  • Societies ignorance.
  • The attention paid to celebrities. I swear it seems like we know when Britney Spears is taking a shit sometimes!
  • Fake people...
  • Really bad smells! [funny how that works] ;-)
  • My sister complaining about the parents.
  • Soap Operas.
  • Nancy Grace.
  • FOX News.
  • Arrogance and conceit.

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