Now That Madonna Is Gone, Where Are The Rest?

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    Madonna tells of love for England

    Pop star Madonna has fallen in love with English country life, she has told American Vogue magazine.

    In a interview with the magazine, the singer said she sees England - and not the US - as "home".

    She is pictured in the August edition of the style magazine with her husband, film director Guy Ritchie, and two children Lourdes and Rocco.

    The 46-year-old also said she is very different from her overtly sexual image of the 1990s.

    She told the magazine: "The last thing I thought I would do is marry some laddish, shooting, pub going nature lover.

    "And the last thing he thought he was going to do was marry some cheeky girl from the Midwest who doesn't take no for an answer.

    "But now I love England and want to be here and not in America. I see England as my home."

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/entertainment/arts/4697669.stm
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    Now...we need to work on..

    Robert Redford
    Jeanine Garafolo
    Roseanna Barr
    Larry Flynt
    Eddy Vedder
    Alec Baldwin
    Kim Basinger
    Robert Altman
    Pierre Salinger - Oh, he DID move.

    And we need to get George Soros to join that monestary. Vow of silence, etc.
     
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    Add to that list:

    Al Jourgensen
    Alyssa Milano
    Ani DiFranco
    Barbra Streisand
    Ben Affleck
    Bobby Fischer
    Bruce Springsteen
    Carlos Santana
    Cher
    Chrissie Hynde
    Danny Glover
    Dave Matthews
    David Clennon
    Dixie Chicks
    Dustin Hoffman
    Ed Asner
    Ed Harris
    Edward Norton
    Eminem
    Eric Roberts
    Ethan Hawke
    George Carlin
    George Clooney
    Gore Vidal
    Gwyneth Paltrow
    Harry Belafonte
    Jadakiss
    Jane Fonda
    Jennifer Aniston
    Jessica Lange
    Jethro Tull
    John Cusack
    John Mellencamp
    Johnny Depp
    Joy Behar
    Julia Roberts
    Kate Hudson
    Kirsten Dunst
    Larry Hagman
    Lauren Hutton
    Madonna
    Margaret Cho
    Martin Scorsese
    Martin Sheen
    Maynard Keenan
    Michael Moore
    Mike Farrell
    Moby
    Morrissey
    Oliver Stone
    Pearl Jam
    Richard Gere
    Rickie Lee Jones
    Robin Williams
    Sandra Bernhard
    Sandy Duncan
    Sean Penn
    Spike Lee
    Susan Sarandon
    Tim Robbins
    Uma Thurman
    Viggo Mortensen
    Whoopi Goldberg
    Willie Nelson
    Woody Harrelson
     
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    im sure there are others if we sit and think a bit
     
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    What the hell, why don't we just ban music and art?

    Oh yeah, then I guess we'd be living in Iran.

    :sleep:
     
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    cause its not the entertainment or music where the problem is, its how they abuse their status as celebrities to try to sound important and force their views
     
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    Add Michael Jackson to that list now :D


    Michael Jackson wants to move to Berlin: report

    BERLIN - Michael Jackson wants to move to Berlin because he has fallen in love with the city, his father Joe told Germany’s Bild newspaper on Thursday.

    The mass-circulation paper and several German dailies said the US pop star, who dangled his baby from the railing of a fourth-floor hotel window on a 2002 visit, was fond of Berlin’s zoo, the beauty of nearby Potsdam and supportive European fans.

    “Michael Jackson is going to become a Berliner!” Bild wrote on top of its front page. “His father is already looking for a house. The King of Pop wants to move to Berlin -- his father tells Bild in an interview.”

    Joe Jackson told a news conference in Berlin on Wednesday he planned to celebrate his 76th birthday in the German capital on Friday with several of his children and 1,000 fans. He said he hoped Michael would come but was uncertain if he would attend.

    Another German newspaper, Die Welt, quoted an adviser named Shawn Andrews as saying Jackson definitely wanted to move to Europe because he felt he was being poorly treated at home and that he was also suffering from the after-effects of his trial.

    “Michael wants to move to Europe,” Andrews said. “He is positive about that. He feels at home in Berlin.

    “No one in Germany ever let him down during the trial,” he said. “Michael himself can’t explain why he’s fallen so deeply in love with Berlin.”

    http://story.europesun.com/p.x/ct/9/cid/ab2402315313d795/id/1fa53f7665e6ea5c/
     
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    Brought to you by the Alec Baldwin moving company.

    We don't have any vans.

    We don't have any planes.

    We don't even have employees.

    Why is that?

    Because the only service we provide is a semi-legitimate name to make it look like you might actually move.
     
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    Sweeping quotes such as this is why we don't take these type of comparisons seriously. :tinfoil: :tinfoil:

    If you think our musicians and artists are the only difference between America and Iran.........then you need to do a little more research. :shocked:
     
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    They have.... just look at the crap that is being taught on campuses ......

    instead of the Illiad, the Rennaissance, Dante, Mozart and Beethoven and other "dead white males"....

    Yes, they still teach the above, but.... it's not required any longer and in many cases, discouraged....

    Now...

    it's Queer Art Theory, Marxist Feminist Approach to Beethoven, and blah blah blah.....
     
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    Yes, but did she give up her American citizenship?
     

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