#3 Posted on 5.3.05 0938.40 Reposted on: 5.3.12 0938.40
I was watching E! this morning, and with the amount of information they gave just about the prison experience, I think we can be assured that this whole sordid tale will never die. I must even admit that I was a little interested in the incarceration.
Now I can't wait for her time in prison/on house arrest to be over so we can go back to ignoring her and her show.
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#4 Posted on 5.3.05 1202.42 Reposted on: 5.3.12 1206.24
I was in a diner yesterday that had CNN on. Unless something had changed since the day before, I was pretty certain we would be still living in a world where things were happening. By that I mean...
A war going on and the whisperings of the next step therein.
A whirlwind tour of the country the president has going for him right now trying to convince us that Social Security privatization is the way to go.
One of the world's major religious leaders appears to be on his last legs.
So what was Wolf Blitzer talking about yesterday while I enjoyed a broccoli and cheddar omelet?
How Martha must have lost 20 pounds in there, her jeans, described as "tight" and her "fashionable poncho". He really went off on a weird tangent about how great she looked for her age. At least E! doesn't pretend to be a real news source.
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