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John Ivan

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Re: "the show must go on" ? Britney 'attempted rehab suicide'
« Reply #15 on: March 13, 2007, 06:46:15 pm »

Ya Know, I'm not a fan of her music either but I've certainly never met her and have no reason to dislike her. Looking back at how she went from a young mostly normal girl to a pornish pop star almost over night, I can see how she could be very sad and confused about nearly every aspect of her life.

I don't feel bad for her Financial situation but I really feel for her when it comes to her personal life.. I hope she gets healthy and lives to be an old woman. I hope she can look back someday and smile. "Wow, was I ever a piece of work" kind of smile..

I wish her the best..Truly..

Ivan.....................
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Re: "the show must go on" ? Britney 'attempted rehab suicide'
« Reply #16 on: March 13, 2007, 07:30:32 pm »

She was 17 years old (by a month) when her first CD was released - Baby One More Time.

Like her or not, what a huge fishbowl existence and tremendous amount of work and scrutiny from then to now.

One can only imagine.
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Re: "the show must go on" ? Britney 'attempted rehab suicide'
« Reply #17 on: March 13, 2007, 08:05:16 pm »

all i know for sho is

God is a healer and restorer in my live and

HE is an equal opportunity healer and restore

so she can have as far as she can see...

the only question she must ask herself is :

"how far am i willing to look?"
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J.J. Blair

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Re: "the show must go on" ? Britney 'attempted rehab suicide'
« Reply #18 on: March 13, 2007, 08:41:08 pm »

This devoutly religious farmer starts to experience turbulent times.  He has a bad crop one year, and the bank calls in his loan, so he's scrambles to make ends meet.  He tried to stay upbeat and positive, knowing God will take care of him and it will all work out.  

Then his barn burns down with all his equipment inside.  Yet, he tries to stay upbeat and positive, knowing God will take care of him and it will all work out.

Then his wife comes down with pneumonia and dies.  Yet, he tries to stay upbeat and positive, knowing God will take care of him and it will all work out.

Then the bank confiscates his farm for being behind on the mortgage, and his only daughter runs off to Hollywood to be a porn star.  This is finally too much, and he gets on his knees and cries out, "God, why me!?!?!"

God replies, "I don't know.  There's just something about you that pisses me off."


BTW, if the Christians want to help Britney, they better hurry up before the Scientologists get a hold of her.
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