missannthrope
Miss Ann Thrope
missannthrope
Jan 25 2015
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This incident is the distilled essence of everything I can't stand about Paltrow, namely her need to come up with ridiculous terms to describe common things. I don't want to live in a world where chocolate is "sex bark" and am amicable split is "conscious uncoupling".

Jan 24 2015
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Which creates a catch-22 for the Right, because the era of a Presidential contender - even a Republican one - being able to get away with opposition to marriage equality is closing rapidly. At some point the dam that separates GOP primary voters from general election voters is going to burst.

Jan 24 2015
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It shouldn't matter what a fictional character would have thought about it at all.

Jan 24 2015
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Yeah, I'm not at all cool with throwing people in jail for merely the intent to do something bad, especially when the individual is clearly struggling with mental health issues.

Jan 23 2015
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He may very well be full of shit, but the processing he's referring to with regards to salt is much different than the processing of preparing a buttered coffee. The former is an industrial process, the latter is a recipe.

Jan 23 2015
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While we're on the topic...it's ludicrous that employees are often charged for uniforms. If the employer insists on a specific outfit they should provide it for free. This should be true for places that have a branded uniform and places that force you to go out and buy certain items. Read more

Jan 23 2015
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But if the face of an average jane/joe was plastered on a t-shirt, the plebe would be able to make the same case as Rihanna, no? Is it really about celebs having special rights, or is it just that this issue only really affects celebs?

Jan 21 2015
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Lennox is absolutely right...the controversy over her Smiley interview is drummed up vacuous nonsense, and Gawker (especially resident idiot Rich Juzwiak) should be ashamed of themselves for perpetuating it.