Why is the defence considered 'odd'? It might not make sense in translation. I read this a few times, and it seems like that last line is sarcasm. Am I wrong?
It's front page news in TO, and also in The Globe and Mail. Not sure about the National Post because I don't read that.
Thanks for pointing out that the American Constitution doesn't apply in Canada. I feel like that would be lost in here otherwise!
The title, to start with.
She's Italian, working in Italy. The criticism in this article illustrates the arrogance and self-centredness that Americans are accused of having, from non-Americans all over the world. Maybe she was using a saying that doesn't translate the same way in to English, and/or maybe English is her second language. FYI:… Read more
I think it's excessive and extravagant, but it's her money. If I had crazy money I might spend some of it on very expensive beauty products.
I guess that in Paltrow's neighbourhood, privileged, rich snobs are happy to fork over cash to the children of other privileged, rich snobs. I don't understand why all these rich kids are busting out their lemonade stands recently. It would be great to include a 'for charity' statement on the sign.
Why would she dress up as someone else when she's the best?
Yeah, and she's left the party scene behind her. She's a lifestyle curator now. That's the title she's given herself. It will be a reality tv person.
From now on I'll call her Master of the Universe, since she transcends 'pop star' (even though all her music is Top 40).
They want to have their tea party, then come running back for the fun posh stuff.
That makes more sense, since it's followed by a vid of topless Tupac.
Agreed, 100%. The worst though, is when celebrities crash people's weddings! That has happened a lot. I would be pissed. Off.