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Lisa, we're on the same page about Pitt and Jolie. I think they were both pretty insensitive to not at leas wait awhile before getting her preggers.

As far as Tom Cruise, he never was "all that" as far as I could see. Don't these women wonder who their trade-ups will be? Sheesh.


I do the same thing. I mean, I don't honestly care about their lives but it's fun to watch in a trainwreck kinda way.


i do it too.. I'm an O.K. magazine addict and a Perez fag hag too!

LadyBug Crossing

I'm with you - they are all nuts!

Love your blog. I'll be back.


They are either all nuts or all Leos who crave the attention (I can only suggest this because you and I ARE Leos ourselves, Lis)...in any event, it is definitely like watching a trainwreck in that you can't look away, but remember, these are also people who have courted the media heavily. Take your lumps, TomKat and Brangelina...you used them for publicity, now it's time for the payback.

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