Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Lindsay Lohan's out...but not really.

Just another reason why I hate most Hollywood celebrity...Access Hollywood has interview excerpts from Harper's Bazaar's talk with Lindsay Lohan and here is some of what was said:

While Samantha is the first woman Lindsay has admitted to dating publicly, when asked if she had previously "been with a girl" by Harper's, the actress replied, "I don't know, maybe."
Lindsay said she does not consider herself a lesbian, but as for whether she thinks of herself as bisexual, she told the magazine, "maybe."
"I don't want to classify myself," she continued. "First of all, you never know what's going to happen -- tomorrow, in a month, a year from now, five years from now. I appreciate people, and it doesn't matter who they are, and I feel blessed to be able to feel comfortable enough with myself that I can say that."
Now, I'm heterosexual but it seems to me that her "You never know what's going to happen..." statement would be rather demeaning to homosexuals who feel that their sexual preference is not a choice but who they are and have always been.

"I was living here [at the Chateau] for almost two years. Who blows that much money on a hotel?" she said. "I could have bought a house!"
Now however, with rehab behind her and her relationship with Samantha making her happy, Lindsay suggested she is on the right track.
"Now I feel clear. That's my past, and I'm a different person now. I have goals and I'm working to achieve them. I'm not hanging out with people who are out every night getting f***ed up," she said. "And... I think that I'm happy."
I guess, we'll see.  After all, you never know what's going to happen.

Tuesday, November 04, 2008

Election Day 2008: A Day of Change.

"America, the time for change has come. And now, to all of those who’ve joined us from across this country, I say that in six days, we can choose an economy that rewards work and creates new jobs and fuels our prosperity, starting with the middle class.

In six days, we can choose to invest in health care for our families, and education for our kids, and renewable energy for our future.

In six days, we can choose hope over fear, unity over division, the promise of change over the power of the status quo.

In six days, we can come together as one nation, and one people, and once more choose our better history.

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That’s what’s at stake. That’s what we’re fighting for – for the small business owner in Denver to keep his doors open; for the hardworking couple in Cincinnati to retire in comfort; for the young student in Ft. Lauderdale to afford her tuition; for men and women in every city and town across this nation to achieve the American Dream.

And if in this last week, you will knock on some doors for me, and make some calls for me, and go to and find out where to vote; if you will stand with me, and fight by my side, and cast your ballot for me, then I promise you this – we will not just win Florida, we will not just win this election, but together, we will change this country and we will change the world.

Thank you, God bless you, and may God bless America."
-From Barack Obama's campaign infomercial aired October 29, 2008.

"...choose hope over fear, unity over division, the promise of change over the power of the status quo". Amen to that.