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I see your website is not visited often or either people just don't comment on some of the bullshit you are talking about. First off how are you going to say things about people and make rude comments when you are a complete and total idiot for talking about some of the retarded things you have on this site. Victoria Gotti isn't a bitch and the only way you could truely judge her is if you personally met her and I dont think you have. As for her boys, they are hot and I would marry one in a New York Minute, And what her brother Peter does is his business not yours. Your just mad because your not famous and most likely will never be. Get a LIFE and a MAKE-OVER!!!


You have got to be kidding me. I am an educated uber-Italian and do not think this show gives us a bad name at all. It is meant to be light and entertaining, which it is. The question is, 1) Why are you taking such a personal offense to it?; and 2) Why did I just waste 20 seconds reading your self absorbed, holier-than-thou shit?

I happen to love the show as well as The Sopranos. It shows Italians in real life settings and circumstances. So if the way they make a living doesn't agree with you, then perhaps you should find something else to piss on. The ironic part of this all is -- you sound just like Livia.


hey, growing up gotti is now my fav show. i love it. Victorias three sons are so HOTTT. they are so adorable and i love them. they have to keeep the show on air. All girls love them and if the take off the show, all girls will go crazyyyyyy.


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