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Posted on 02/11/2013 10:44:53 AM PST by Perdogg
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“Close to the Edge” probably is my favorite as well.
there are other pics on the internet of her fully dressed, and yet you chose to show the HOTTT pic...
and why are we talking about a specific person anyway?
because when i mentioned that my niece just finished taping an MTV reality show, you jumped right on it and judged her without knowing her... and when i attempted to shed a little more light on who she is you have done nothing but continue to judge her... she was chosen for the show mainly because of her conservative views... against same-sex marriage... pro-second amendment... pro-life... pro-military... all of that coupled with her look and personality...
The best way to have a positive effect is to turn off the TV and to shun them in person
yeah--good luck with that... i disagree... the greatest impact on our culture would be to infiltrate the industry in droves...
Both bassists were amazing...but in the final analysis, I’d go with Squire. McCartney was quite good - more melodic.
My fav bassist I ever saw was Jaco Pastorius.
I was also a fan of ELP - saw them early in their “Works” tour when they had a small orchestra behind them.
But “Yes” was the absolute best of the “Prog rockers”. One Yes concert was in the round - a rotating round stage in the middle of Riverfront Colosseum. My late wife and I were in a luxury box - great visual but absolutely horrible sound quality up there.
I saw them on the “Union” Tour...I’d like to see them on their new tour, but I don’t know if I can handle hearing anyone other than Jon Anderson singing their classics.
and you have shown yourself to be far more of a depraved pig just by typing your thoughts... you didn't have to go on a reality show or anything...
LOL, I guess we know who the nerds on this thread, others are talking about how hot or not the women are, and we’re chatting about Prog Rock.
Pretty girls can go far in Hollyweird
depraved. more depraved than suggestive pics?
hahaha... and yet you promoted her even more by posting one of her "scantily clad" pics... :) .................
LOL - I was thinking the same thing!
yes--because more is expected of you since you put yourself above it all...as someone who is above reproach--well, you have proven not to be...
Women typically wear less than that on public beaches. Do you have a problem with that too?
Its just the natural female body. I dont see why its such a big deal, even nude. We all know what it looks like.
do they often pretend to be pulling the bottom down and placing the image on the internet?
i'm pretty nerdy myself... :)
I thought the topic was Christian, Conservative and morality and the entertainment industry.
Forget all the depravity on TV and in Hollyweird, someone online made a bad joke, that is SO much worse. heh
The topic is conservative values and Hollyweird.
If you think public nudity in todays oversexualized culture is moral, then you have lost your mind. They are grooming and desensitizing children at nudist swinger colonies, but hey whatever, right?
Immorality has become acceptable even to those who pretend to be moral.
Well, if you’re white...
the topic was some gal from Buck Wild was arrested... which led into what reality tv participants get paid...
my next comment should have been something like “Should have asked for more” lol
I imagine most don’t get paid very much, after all the motivation for the participants is to use the show as a starting point for an acting career.
yes--i don't think they can ask for what they want... it's all very standard... they get an allowance as well... and then if they do any of the promotions for MTV after the taping of the show, they get paid for that as well, as well as travel and allowance... they are not allowed to do additional contract work with anyone else until the show is done hitting the airwaves... i hear that's pretty standard for reality television... (not the on-gong shows)...
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