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"Jodie Foster's Self-Defeating Plea for Privacy".
"The Sheer Gall of Celebrities Demanding Privacy".
Posted by Craig on 05:32:00 AM in Current Affairs
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After Tiger Woods won his first Master's, he had dinner with Arnold Palmer. During that dinner Tiger began complaining about all the media attention he had been receiving and how he just wanted to go back to being a "normal" person. Arnold reportedly said to Tiger something to the effect that Tiger was not a normal person, he has won $50 million since turning pro and that if he wants normalcy, give the $50 million back.
January 17, 2013 at 05:52 AM
No need to demand that I respect her privacy. I couldn't care less about her or her work - excuse me, her "art".
Joe R. |
January 17, 2013 at 11:58 AM
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