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LovelyLayla
South Dakota
Interests: The Beatles, Jimmy Buffett, Coldplay, Edward Norton, Italian food, my i-pod, reading, magazines, laughing
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OMG....How killer. Indeed...that pun was intended. See how I did that?
Toggle Commented Oct 8, 2009 on Killer Dexter Giveaway! at MamaPop™
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What scares me the most is that her family and friends rely on Twitter, Perez, or some other gossip chain to provide them with information about her well being. I too read perez, it's a bad habit. But i tend to read him more for these kind of mishaps, or when he starts another firestorm over calling someones kid a potato head, etc.etc.etc. I think he, King Spencer and heidi are riding on the same crazy train where the more assanine they are, the more followers they get. people need to just ignore him and his attention seeking ways... Which means I need to let go.
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At first, and I mean like...way back in the day, I thought their whole act was kinda funny. Keyword being: kinda. But seriously, it's really getting to the point where these two are ruining themselves and their families. It makes me sick when Heidi does the whole "Praise God" ordeal. Is that really necessary? I know she wasn't always like this, right? Spencer has to have some weird brainwashing mechanism going on in in his flesh colored beard. I just can't help but think that Heidi really could have made it on her own without him by now. Maybe even have done some crappy D-List movies or started her own reality show.
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This. We get it, you like having kids.
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Well... We can hope that he just goes away. I cannot imagine that he will have a major comeback if he decides to do so. I hope he takes his god-awful fashion sense with him too.
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Am I the only one who finds it Bitchin' that Larry King dresses like Justin Timberlake?
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A few things: 1) She does have a huge head. 2) Never underestimate the power of cleavage...I can bet half of those who tune in to her show are men...because I can name a handful of friends and family members who do just that. 3) Despite the fact she annoyingly does the slight Italian accent...I would rather watch her over Rachel Ray. Her voice makes my eyes water. Fin.
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This. mootz-a-rella
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Seriously, what happened to MTV? Gone are the days of Pedro and Jon the Cowboy. Instead we have been subjected to Sweet 16 and Next, which shows teens/college students that it's okay to be a spoiled brat and promiscuous. I was relieved when they premiered "True Life" and even more so when 16 came about. After the whole Bristol Palin thing, I think it's good MTV is offering a real life perspective on what pregnancy is like, especially at that age. I hope that MTV starts coming back to the programs they once had. Now that TRL is out of the way, I think they should focus more on these types of shows, instead of rich bitches getting BMW's and strippers at their 16th birthday parties.
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Are you on the Bump? LOL.
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In the Summertime by Mungo Jerry. Seriously...how can you not bre in a good mood after hearing that?
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* I'm merely pointing out that the figures of popular culture captivate the American imagination in a profounder way than religious figures * You totally made me think of John Lennon and his " Bigger than Jesus" comment from 1966. I think it's amazing how Pop Culture has been the Bible of our society. It seems like in order for us to live and learn, we are taught by living vicariously through celebrities, musicians, and athletes. Ryan Seacrest finds it necessary to produce shows about The Kardashians and Denise Richards. We spend countless amounts of money on magazines because Heidi and Spencer have managed to AW themselves again. But I truly find comfort in knowing that when I have a bad day, and all is said and done...that I can curl up in my blankets, push play on my I-Pod and find solace in music. Yes Michael Jackson was eccentric. There may have been a possibility that he did molest children. But when I listen to " The Way You Make Me Feel" I still get goosebumps all over. I'm not in any way, shape or form condoning any of his behavior, but merely suggesting that because of his enormous stature in Pop Culture, he lost control. And I honestly do not believe there would be anyone or anything that could have ever helped him. It makes my heart sad. But it also makes me sad that when someone I know personally dies, that no one knew of their accomplishments but those closest to them. You want to shout it out to the world that he/she did just as much for society as a celebrity, if not more. But it just doesn't work that way. My grandma always used to say that reading the obituaries in the newspaper was something she always looked forward to because they were the only thing she could read about that always had something nice to say about anyone.
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Okay, so I just watched the video of Perez's statement on his website. So here are my thoughts: 1) The whole gay slur thing angers me. Like you mentioned, why is it okay for him to call others by that word ( I hate that word, not going to even repeat it) and not expect to get slammed for that? Now if it had been Will.I.Am who had called him that we would ban BEP's albums, and he'd probably be kicked out of the group after Perez led a mob of angry fans. 2. He calls their manager "unprofessional" and has also written numerous blogs about how people should act more mature during arguments, act "classy" and here he is saying " F you Will.I.Am" " F this, F that" 3. While I totally understand that violence is not the answer...I don't understand why he can't grasp the concept that it's because of the horrible things he says about other people that caused this. I'm surprised that he hasn't been physically attacked before, especially for picking on the children of other celebs by calling them "fat" or saying they need nose jobs are a bag over their heads. You are right, violence isn't the way, but verbally attacking others because they don't bow down to you isn't the way either.
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I'm not one for violence...however if this story is true... ::::begins slow clap::::
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I was thinking that or maybe she is going to shave her head?
Toggle Commented Jun 20, 2009 on Jon and Kate Have A "Big Announcement" at MamaPop™
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First things first...the picture you have of Teresa flipping out is scary. Very, very scary. Moving on... Am I the only one in thinking Teresa's blow out was completely unnecessary and childish? I mean, the whole scenario was just...odd, but in true RH's fashion, but seriously. What was the point of her flipping out like that just for being told to pay attention? I know that there are many people who don't like Danielle, I don't, and I thought it was stupid for her to bring the book, but I think stuff would have come up regardless, I still felt bad that she had no one there backing her up until Jacqueline stepped in and yes, thank god for her husband, even though Caroline disappointed me horribly by being so over-dramatic at the end about their mother. I was pretty disgusted by everyone's behavior.
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Will she ever stop opening the door for drama? It's like that shark from the old SNL skits. She keeps answering the door, knowing full and well it's the shark...and opens it everytime. "candy gram"
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Wow Alyssa...I totally agree with what you said. I really disliked Britney before her whole meltdown. I didn't understand how anyone thought she was talented, and why she was so popular. She has a horrible voice...if you consider that a voice, she doesn't write her own songs, and if you listen to the music, it all sounds the same. She just wore a different skanky outfit to make sure everyone just paid attention to that. But then everything started to unravel, and I started to feel really bad for her. Like Lindsay, I felt like all she had were these people around her that were just there because "OMG it's Britney!" and no one really cared about her or her well being. Thank god for her dad, but I think her mom seriously needs to put herself in check. I hope she stays on track, for the sake of her kids. But I think they are going to still have issues regardless of how she changes now. Remember the photos of her letting SP hold the cigarettes? Let's face it kids, in the lives of celebs, the children always seem to suffer.
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I LOATHE these two. LOATHE them. And I will be so sick to my stomach if they have kids.
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Funniest - I grew up on Spaceballs ( uh-huh huh huh huh) I have every line from it memorized. When will then be now? Soon. Blazing Saddles is also another fav...Gotta love Mel Brooks. Scariest - The Thing and the original Third House on the Left. Scary movies that are about things that can really occur in real life are terrifying.
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I can only hope that the loss of his daughter made him refocus his life and he realized life is to short to wait another day. Agreed. I don't understand why everyone is upset over this. I know it's Mike Tyson and he's done some crappy things in his life, and god knows how long the marriage will last, but I think after such a tragedy he deserves to have some happiness.
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:::raises hand::: I have a question concerning this so-called "weave". I was just wondering if he purchased it at a Halloween Express or if he perhaps had a squirrel make it for him? Thanks.
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The Beatles - In My Life One of the greatest love songs ever written. Outkast - Hey Ya Amazing lyrics. I love the line " If what they say is "nothing lasts forever" then what makes love the exception?" Plus...it's just fun. Eric Clapton - Layla :::blushes::: I just adore that song, if you couldn't tell. Tori Amos - Winter I love listening to this song with the volume all the way up. It's soooooooooo beautiful Coldplay - The Scientist Heartbreaking but awesome. Schmutzie - Thirteen is great. I just got into Big Star, and I adore them
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Now that I think about it though... I started watching this show after I read about it on here. It is a train wreck, but I just have to watch. I think it stems from having all guy friends, and no ladies around to gossip with. But I think it's funny how gas prices are going up and people are losing jobs, GM is bankrupt, then you have these people on TV who spend THOUSANDS on clothes for their little girls who will probably wear that stuff once, and ugly bathroom marble, or yes, a car for flunking school. How many of these shows will they make us watch? I'm waiting for Real Housewives: Youngstown or Detriot
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I'm not the biggest advocate for Oprah, but I really feel bad for her. She puts all of this money and energy into these schools to help these girls out, and this is what happens? It's not her fault, but it's really making her look bad. It's so sad and disgusting how people take advantage of such a good thing. All these girls wanted was a chance to do something with their lives, and now they have been set further back.
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