30-Minute Madonna

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30-Minute Madonna
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Wed, 04-22-2009 - 9:47am

Yesterday, on the radio I heard that Madonna only spends about 30 minutes a day with her children (the rest of the time they're with nannies)--so people think she should be denied her latest attempt to adopt a child.

Kat

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Wed, 04-22-2009 - 3:23pm
Bwahh. Ok, that seals the deal for me. If you actually believed what you claim to believe in this thread, this post wouldn''t sound so utterly snarky and ironic. Had you referenced CNN or maybe NBC I would think to myself "Hmmm, maybe she really DOES believe the Nat'l Enquirer". But now??? Ok, you can stop trying to pull my leg now. It's really not going to detach.
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Wed, 04-22-2009 - 3:25pm

"So I did what anyone would do, I defended my position down the silliest road possible."

You got everyone all confused by starting this process early. Usually people don't get this silly/stupid until about 200 posts in. I have been laughing out loud for the last fifty posts or so! Good job!

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Registered: 03-27-2003
Wed, 04-22-2009 - 3:25pm
S(omebody with)Twinns. There. Spelled it out. We all needed a break from the freakiness anyway.
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Registered: 06-20-2006
Wed, 04-22-2009 - 3:27pm
I've been laughing, too =)

Kat

Kat

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Wed, 04-22-2009 - 3:28pm

I burst out laughing over the fox news bit, lol...that and Elvis!


PumpkinAngel

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Wed, 04-22-2009 - 3:29pm
OT. During the presidential election and continuing to some extent now, I saw a pattern in the tabloids that made me wonder who was calling the shots. Star and US Weekly always ran softball pieces on Obama and his family while the Globe only ran smear pieces on them. This was so consistent that it really had me wondering about what was going on behind the scenes. US Weekly and Star would run pieces about Obama's favorite vacation and Globe would match it with a story calling him Satan. And so it went. Interesting.
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Wed, 04-22-2009 - 3:32pm
Outline view won't let me see which post you responded to.

Kat

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Wed, 04-22-2009 - 3:33pm
For what it's worth, Madonna doesn't strike me as the world's greatest mother, either. I haven't been disputing whether or not the story was true, only the idea that all sources of news are equally reliable or unbiased. So I have no beef with you. I just like getting into the conversation sometimes. :-)
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Wed, 04-22-2009 - 3:35pm

That's not the point. If mom_kat wants to discuss something, it should be allowed. If the ppl find her source unreliable, they can pass on the thread or state their peace and move on.


Let's face it, most of the information, articles and such, aren't really all that reliable and without seeing the actual study, an article on it doesn't mean much either.


Nearly everything someone offers as support isn't accepted as proof anyway.


So, if it's true, well, I don't really care much for Madonna, but yeah, 30 minutes a day doesn't seem like much.

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Wed, 04-22-2009 - 3:35pm
By the way, it's been a TOTALLY fun thread! :-)
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