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2007-02-21 - 11:52 a.m.
Britney Spears (or as a lot of media folk are putting it, Britney Shears) left rehab after less than a day.
I'm having a hard time finding the words to talk about this. On one hand, there are a lot more important things in the news to talk about than celebrities embarassing themselves. On the other hand, I feel kinda bad for Britney herself - she's having a major meltdown, and I'm not sure she'll survive mentally or physically.
For every one "child star" that makes it to adulthood stardom (Rick Schroder, Mark-Paul Gosselaar, and Ron Howard come to mind), there are about five or six that crash and burn.
I hope Britney gets a handler that isn't afraid to tell her she's in trouble, and gets Britney the help she desperately needs.
Nancy Pelosi is working to lower the college tuition for "young people, including those without legal residency".
Gee, you sneak across the border and you get tuition grants, health care, a driver's license, and more. Why bother becoming a citizen?
As usual, Walter Williams is a good read.
This just goes to show that Ernie isn't always guilty.
In the Suzanne Watch Dept.:
Rex tells me that Suzanne came home yesterday. Now the rehab begins. But everything seems good.
Thanks for all the prayers and support, gang.
The Day awaits.
Be seeing you.
1 comments so far
Brin - 2007-02-21 19:41:50 -
Yeah, and the illegal aliens can now get a credit card from Bank of America to pay for all their goodies. Today, Doctor Laura announced that she was no longer a customer of BofA. If only enough citizens would do that.
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