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May 21st 2011 1:13PM While I agree that what he did was despicable, I find it rather laughable that Sarah Palin would hold herself up as a family values defender. Her family is certainly not above reproach. But regardless, this really isn't the business of anyone but that family. We should leave them be and let Maria handle this the way she feels is best. Dragging his name through the mud in a public "lynching" will hurt his kids and his wife more than it will him and they don't deserve that. Let them deal with him and let's all get back to the important issues of the day. Because as salacious as this gossip is, it really doesn't have even the slightest effect on the day to day lives of the average American. We've got real issues that need attention, and I'm sorry but the tawdry affairs of the Terminator isn't one of them.
May 16th 2011 5:10PM I love that it's happening this way. People like Charlie Sheen think they are untouchable, and it's about time he realize that he's not. He's not irreplaceable either. This will either save him or kill him, and as narcissistic as he is, I doubt seriously that it will be the latter. He'll pull himself back up because it will be his only real choice. And perhaps be a more decent person as a result. His friends aren't doing him any favors by coddling him through this. He brought this on himself, and not until he faces his own demons and owns his own part in this will he recover. This is a very good lesson for him that most people learn in kindergarten......he's not the center of the universe. It's about time his antics and tantrums aren't rewarded.
May 16th 2011 12:12PM GOOD! Now they need to revoke the medical license of the moron who gave her the injections. Just because mom gave her permission doesn't make it right for the doctor to acquiesce. She should have been denied and reported for child abuse when the request for Botox was made. This whole case is a case study in child abuse from beginning to end.
May 10th 2011 1:48PM The riders didn't seem to be annoyed at all......even those not participating in the stunt. Why on earth would this even be a problem? They didn't get in anyone's way and no one seemed to be upset about it. Why would the MTA get upset? That makes no sense.
May 10th 2011 1:29PM This woe is me BS is getting old. Frankly, he'd been pretty much forgotten by most of the public until last week when he stated how much better in bed his new girlfriend was than Sandra Bullock. How low do you have to go before you quit blaming the world for hating you and accept that they hate you because you give them every reason to? I feel badly for Sandra Bullock that she spent so much of her life with this idiot, and he humiliates her at every opportunity. It's not her fault people hate him. Nothing about his is likable at this point. I don't want him to die, but I would certainly love it if he'd just crawl back under his rock and stay there. But really, what does he expect when he goes out of his way to be so vile? I mean really!!
Apr 26th 2011 12:17PM It's sad that they have no privacy in situations like this, but unfortunately it is what they signed up for when choosing a career as a celebrity. I wish we'd go back to the days when celebrities weren't the fodder of paparazzi while the public turns glutinous as we can't get enough of it. The days when they were still allowed an amount of privacy were better, both for them and for us. Those days are gone though, and anyone getting into the business knows this going in. It's been this way for decades now. Michael Douglas may have gotten in before this shift, but Catherine Zeta-Jones didn't. You can't have that spotlight today without a major sacrifice of privacy. That's just reality.
Apr 20th 2011 12:38PM What about the LA Arboretum or the Huntington Library and their gardens?
Apr 14th 2011 2:58PM How old is the brother? She's fairly young, her brother might be even younger. To criticize him for not chasing the guy or doing something to prevent this seems a bit insensitive. He probably feels terrible. To have people twist it and make him bear some responsibility is just wrong. I hope they find her and that she's okay, but people need to quit blaming her brother. He's probably a wreck already without people piling on him over this.
Apr 13th 2011 12:17AM It is in the inner-city. They don't have fresh produce in many of the inner-city neighborhoods in LA. They have a liquor store on every corner, and as many pawn shops as you can possibly imagine, but to find any fresh produce or healthy food at all really, you have to travel outside of the inner-city and many can't do that because they are dependent upon public transportation. That's why so many poor people are fat....they have processed foods, pastas, and sweets. That really is almost all that is available to them. It may not be that way where you live, but it is that way in many parts of Los Angeles. That's simply a fact.