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Reading this blog was like taking a breath of fresh air. I normally haven't paid much attention to gossip in my life, but am signed on to MSN.com for my home page. You really can't read what's going on in the world without seeng all of the continuing tearing apart of Hollywood's featured artists. They really do have to respond with uber standards of how they live their lives. Some of the reporters and commentators on these little Hollywood news blurbs are just plain nasty. Thanks for exposing this as being not derirable. Glenn
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