Oct 17th 2009 12:56PM undrgrndgirl: If that comment was directed at me, I don't remember saying anything about "American" morals ... maybe you should learn to READ ! ! !
Oct 17th 2009 12:49PM And, Liz ... just how do you propose we "keep the kiddies from seeing it?" Huh ? ? ?
Oct 17th 2009 12:41PM Is nothing sacred any more? Do companies have to advertise their products in such a manner? Can they not just advertise the way businesses used to ... show their product, tell what it is/does ... explain why you "should" buy it and ask you to please do so? Do they not have enough confidence in their wares that they have to "distract" you by using such tactics? Do they HAVE to make potential customers think their product will make them something they're not ( sexy, popular, etc.)? Does EVERYTHING have to be so risque that you can't even pick up a magazine or turn on the television without being offended or without having to "hide" it from your child? I have actually NOT bought products that I would have otherwise enjoyed simply because of their distasteful advertising. I do BOYCOTT ... without apology ... and will continue to do so. Call me an old "fogey" if you like. I am not offended. I embrace morals, scruples, integrity and take great pride in doing so. I am not easily swayed by others. I maintain control of my life and don't fall victim to fashion, materialism and tasteless tactics ... what I have the most fun with is that by just "looking" at me and my possessions, you would never be able to tell it ... so don't think that by having "values," you have to be a frumpy, old-fashioned, eighty year old somebody. Marketing firms, listen up ... the LAST laugh in on me ! ! !
Sep 14th 2009 6:58PM Kayne West gives black a bad reputation.
Nov 10th 2007 5:24PM I believe this young woman was sincere. This song, resonating a chapter in her life, has to be very difficult for her to perform any time she sings it. This special night was emotional for her, at best. The song reflects the pain of her past, the triumphant hope of her future as well as her very real present. I admire and applaud Kellie. She is a classy lady, a talented artist and has the voice of an angel. She is generous enough to share with all of us who she really is through her music. How gracious of her to give us that! ! ! I am a fan ... and I sooooooooo admire her for being so real. I am a 61-year old grandmother and have all the respect in the world for what she represents. Thank you, Kellie, for being all that you are. I love you dearly. Your performance touched me and I "felt" your message. You are a real class act! God bless you ...
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