Skip to comments.1ST-CLASS MOM(Saron Stone is Mom of the year!)
Posted on 04/05/2006 9:51:15 AM PDT by Mrs. Frogjerk
THERE'S a good reason why Sharon Stone had a first-class seat last Friday flying from New York to Los Angeles while her 9-month-old son, Laird, sat in coach with his nanny. "First class was sold out," a spokeswoman explained. "She tried to get them seats in first class but couldn't, and she didn't want them on a separate plane." Stone - whose "Basic Instinct 2" was savaged by critics and grossed a paltry $3.2 million its opening weekend - did venture back among the hoi polloi to visit her tot and to tell the nanny to keep him in his seat, for safety's sake, even if he wailed - which he did.
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She didn't want the kid to be screaming in the First Class section, don't you know!
The thing that kills me is that she is supposed to have a very high IQ (154), but, to quote the immortal Phil Hendrie, "Every time she opens her mouth she sinks into a deeper swamp of dumb." Where do all of these supposedly intelligent fools store all of this so-called intellectual ability?
I have a theory that these so called smart people really do think they 'know it all' and so they don't bother to analyze cause-effect relationships. for example- giving money away to people for not working (welfare) will get you a whole lot more people not working
In my career field I work closely with graduate students of a range of intellectual abilities. One thing that most of the 'best & brightest' have in common is that they are very used to being right, and find it very difficult to see where they might be wrong.
While they will be the first to tell you how open minded they are, my expeirnece with 1,000s of these types is that in some respects (though certainly not all) they are remarkably closed minded to the possibility that they are wrong, and also that someone who they don't think is their intellectual peer might be right.
It's not a sign of smarts, that's for sure.
Decimal in the wrong place.
I wish I had a nanny who could drive all my kids in a separate car from mine!
(Sorry, just having one of those days ...)
Well, except for the baby. He's perfect.
She's becoming more fun than Tom Cruise. LOL!
He wants to be mom of the year when he gets out of the closet.
I hear ya, boy oh boy do I hear ya!
I have had plenty of those days, but unlike Sharon Stoned, we have to cope with those days. She just passes the baby off to the nanny and does something constructive like getting a manicure.
That reminds me - I was going to cut my 4-year-old's toenails, before he has to register them as a deadly weapon.
Everyone cover your ears! I've had eight babies with less wailing than a boy getting his toenails cut :-).
Don't you mean "Sarin" Stone? ;-P
To me, the most upsetting thing is learning that this skeezer has a child. Lord help the poor little thing. Who know what he has seen already in his short life. Doe she know who the father is?
??? Saron Stone Cottages
I did not even see that until you pointed it out!
Gets you some good quality time with your kid, and gives you some good cheap PR with your workers.
She may be smart, but she's completely senseless.
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