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  1. Well, yeah we can see how they support the individuals not the war, but military people are not going to see this. And, really, Joan Baez should have known better. I love her and I hate war, but how can she not realize that most wounded soldiers obviously would not care to see her. They are trained and I believe brainwashed to fight for a pure cause. While they may be rethinking that in recovery, someone with a well known history of protesting the war/government is not a good choice for a hospital setting.
  2. OMG! THAT IS HILARIOUS! God, can you imagine Bob snarling through a few mumblings for the six year olds?? My son would be mortified. LOL
  3. I knew if anything could get Diggs to post again, it would be Bryan Ferry.
  4. I have never heard Imus. He sounds like a jerk. I posted the article because I believe he has a big point! Scapegoating is not going to solve the bigger issues. And, it has to come from within. I disagree with his ageist statement about Orpah and Bill, but overall, I think points need to be made about how all women, especially black women are portrayed by rappers with no peep about it.
  5. http://www.kansascity.com/182/v-print/story/66339.html osted on Wed, Apr. 11, 2007 Imus isn’t the real bad guy Instead of wasting time on irrelevant shock jock, black leaders need to be fighting a growing gangster culture. By JASON WHITLOCK Columnist Thank you, Don Imus. You’ve given us (black people) an excuse to avoid our real problem. You’ve given Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson another opportunity to pretend that the old fight, which is now the safe and lucrative fight, is still the most important fight in our push for true economic and social equality. You’ve given
  6. This may be a jaded view, but I would not doubt if this story was a plant to drum up publicity. God knows it does not matter if it is good or bad press, it all sells. Ever notice how some story starts circulating before someone's new album or movie? I mean, really, Disney knew all about Keith. Who doesn't?
  7. Okay, Keith has spoken. Says it was a joke. Actually Pops is under a tree and happy about that. I still am glad they printed it because I got lots of chuckles out of it. For some reason, I find Keith's adventures hysterical. He stated that the only reason he would do coke at this time in his life would be if he wanted to kill himself. What is this? Keith growing up to be an adult?
  8. This headline was a great laugh! It reads like a Monty Python skit! HILARIOUS. And, eerily, probably true!
  9. So if you take a Clapton solo and wobble it up, it turns Beatlesque? Great video, Floyd. Thanks for sharing. I just loved George.
  10. God at the Super Bowl. I can think of nothing better.
  11. I am not sure I believe this. I think there is more to the story simply because why would he not know he was that sick before he went out to sing? And why wouldn't he tell the fans before he walked off stage? And, why do all these famous people need hospitalizations and IV drips and us normal people just keep working. I wish I could be hospitalized for exhaustion. LOL And then go to a $50,000 a month treatment center on the beach.
  12. My theory on this whole cruel circulating photo of Eddie is this: our generation freaking about their own age, mortality and time passing. Eddie was gorgeous, talented and full of life. We can't stand seeing what has happened to him. Sure, he has abused himself and had cancer so that shows (not QUITE as bad as the unfair photo circulating!), but still he is 52. Society hates to be reminded that we all don't stay pretty. I had a HUGE crush on Eddie. And, I still love him. I hope he pulls through for his son and himself. He still has some soul in him if he gets himself together. Si
  13. So, he has been pursuing a comeback for 17 years? I cannot believe anyone would make a movie out of this! I am sorry the other guy died of a drug overdose. I feel sorry for people in the limelight who become laughingstocks. I dont think they can recover if they are very focused on fame. Maybe I will open a nature camp for disgraced public figures to find their true selves again...in my next life!
  14. Laurie, I was in love with the LRB. Ahhh, fond memories of the skating rink! You really have made me nostalgic. They had some awesome songs. I have to DL some of them. Night Owls, Lady, Take it Easy on Me. And one of my theme songs..COOL CHANGE. Great tune! Great band! No recollection of hair color, though.
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