Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Madonna: cheap attention greedy vulture throws Haiti loose change

What kind of vapid slag worth over half a billion dollars and who netted close to 300milion dollars last year alone, "issues a statement" to announce they are 'donating' less money than they've spent on their facelift or their young man for hire?

Going into Africa building Oprah imitation schools and stealing babies with a "Kabbalah only clause" is disgusting enough but spare us the grandstanding, oh Giger armed troglodyte corporate jingoist in bad 80's clothing.

Tiger Woods: 3 million
Gisele Bundchen: 1.5 million (I have a new found respect for her)
Sandra Bullock: 1 million
Brad Pitt and Angelina: 1 million
Madonna cheap ass stank: 250,000

Madonna's only real respect from her peers and those within the music industry is because she has amassed so much money. She can't sing, she can't act but she is greedy; something that many low lifes respect.

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Blogger Lucy said...

She must have a very empty soul.

I feel sorry for her.

Meanwhile I'm wondering about the best way to help, personally. There seem to be endless outlets and possibilities but I haven't figured out which yet...

Prayer's worth something too, isn't it?

8:54 PM  
Blogger grace said...

$250,000. to Madonna, is like $250.00 to us. lame.

10:17 PM  
Blogger par.nordstrom said...

Well...I believe 250 grand to Madonna´s more like a NICKLE to us. But she probably figured ´well enuff nickles make a river of...nickles´./ Da tragedy in Haiti sure makes ye wanna cry a river & so does super skank MadOnan too, so le´s all drown da lame bitch in our river of weepin--

6:52 AM  
Blogger Amanda and SuperAmanda™ said...

I've been prying a lot. The suffering is unfathomable enough but after becoming a parent it's like an unbearable wound.

8:55 AM  
Blogger Lucy said...

That's right Amanda! Becoming a parent heightens your senses and your fear radar all around. It's automatic, though it sometimes feels subconscious and barely perceptible, like just below the surface. I think it's an instinct that kicks in and then never leaves once activated. I find I feel (and act) bravest in potentially threatening situations when I'm in the company of one of my kids. So parenthood, while it makes us more sensitive, probably .. and more worry-prone.. also makes us stronger and more capable, I think... in the face of tragedy or danger.

1:47 AM  

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