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Discussion in '2007 Archive' started by webdog, Apr 10, 2007.
Well, now we've identified the <edited - LE>, now he'll be rewarded. Great society we have here.
Sometimes when I read these stories, and the response of Christians I want to hold out a handful of stones.
(see John 8v7)
Hey, wait a minute: why am I laughing at this?
I would like to think that this story will simply go away; however, I am sure that Greta on FoxNews still has about seventy angles on the story with her legal eagle, and will continue to discuss it.
Regards, FWIW, I pray for you and your ministry every day,
Don't do it!
Hilclimber just might take them. :laugh:
OK, i told everyone that i wasn't the baby daddy!:laugh:
Personally, i just want this story to go away; is that wrong?
That would be great! It should make us wonder why it is news? Because there is a lot of money involved? Nah, there's much bigger deals going on everyday that we don't hear about. Because its a scandal? Nah. Lots of peoplein our society are involved in similar scandals of some sort. So why is it news? Because its a famous person. And thank pretty much puts Fox News and any other news program that covers it on the same level as the tabloids at the check-out counter.
But the bigger, more important question is: why does celebrity makes us feel we have a new right to judge?
Hillclimber- when was the last time you called someone a "whore monger" to their face?
My comment was not condemnation against the man but against our fallen/falling society. I was not advocating punishing anyone.
Larry King, The Insider, Nancy Grace, et.al. are going to continue to milk this for all it's worth. This whole thing is a train wreck. What's sad is more people watch this and can name the American Idol contestants than can name their senators or representatives or who keep up with substantive news. Obviously, who the baby's father is is not trivial; we're talking about human lives. But this soap opera-esque pursuit of this money....er, I mean baby, is just pathetic. :tear:
It's a shame when they have to do a paternity test to see who your father is.
It's even more of a shame that this is considered "news".
Think about 20 or even 50 years ago when a blood test and especially a DNA test was not around. I am sure there are many among us raised by those who just think they were actually the Dads but in reality were not. Sad thought I know, but nonetheless very true. Maurey would not have a job either!
I think this is more newsworthy than the Tychickensaurus Rex thread.
I just hope and pray the baby ends up with someone that will have a good influence considering the rough start she has had as a baby. :type: