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(New York Daily News)   Eminem's daughter continues the family tradition of pointless feuds with pop stars. Oh, they grow up so fast   (nydailynews.com) divider line 11
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2012-12-06 09:36:57 AM
6 votes:
Call we all admit that Twitter was a bad idea and shut it down?
2012-12-06 09:46:35 AM
3 votes:
I wonder how many other teen girls posted the same thing when their fantasy heartthrob was dating a beautiful star. Who cares?
2012-12-06 03:57:38 PM
2 votes:

NuttierThanEver: mjohnson71: scottydoesntknow: master_dman: Whoever it was.. they have a point.. Taylor swift has been on more weiners than ketchup.

She has some serious man issues.

It's her inspiration. Every D she's been on has produced a platinum album for her.

Can't remember which show it was, but they played clips from her concert and damn near every song started with "This song is about a guy who I thought I would spend my life with" or "This song is about a man who I thought was my soul mate". Pretty funny.

A friend works as an usher at the local arena. He said that when Swift played here two nights in a row, all hers cues and actions were the same both nights. The pre-song chatter/stories, the wide open mouth gasps, the hand to the heart move and the demure look down/look up combos. Every little action was planned down to Broadway play standards.

So what? My cousin worked in Vegas as a Black Jack dealer for years and he saw Wayne Newton 5-6 times over a 20 year period he said the act was nearly always the same right down to the time in the show he would untie his bow tie and take off his tux jacket.
If a schtick works most performers tend to stick with it.


this. a rock concert by seasoned performers is little different than a play. the performers practice, practice, rehearse, rehearse, and then perform. of course it is the same show over and over. seen slayer like 3 times. same show, same banter, same crap said before the songs, and these were shows YEARS apart. it is how it is. no different than a stand up comedian. you work out 45 minutes of material and practice it until you can do it in your sleep.

why are people surprised when they find out that rock concerts are staged?
2012-12-06 01:57:42 PM
2 votes:

mjohnson71: scottydoesntknow: master_dman: Whoever it was.. they have a point.. Taylor swift has been on more weiners than ketchup.

She has some serious man issues.

It's her inspiration. Every D she's been on has produced a platinum album for her.

Can't remember which show it was, but they played clips from her concert and damn near every song started with "This song is about a guy who I thought I would spend my life with" or "This song is about a man who I thought was my soul mate". Pretty funny.

A friend works as an usher at the local arena. He said that when Swift played here two nights in a row, all hers cues and actions were the same both nights. The pre-song chatter/stories, the wide open mouth gasps, the hand to the heart move and the demure look down/look up combos. Every little action was planned down to Broadway play standards.


So what? My cousin worked in Vegas as a Black Jack dealer for years and he saw Wayne Newton 5-6 times over a 20 year period he said the act was nearly always the same right down to the time in the show he would untie his bow tie and take off his tux jacket.
If a schtick works most performers tend to stick with it.
kab
2012-12-06 01:35:51 PM
2 votes:

The Stealth Hippopotamus: Call we all admit that Twitter was a bad idea and shut it down?


The only thing worse than twatter is supposed journalists writing articles about what transpires on it.
2012-12-06 01:15:43 PM
2 votes:

The Stealth Hippopotamus: Call we all admit that Twitter was a bad idea and shut it down?


People who care about what Eminem's daughter thinks about Taylor Swift are an unstoppable tsunami of stupid. With or without twitter, people like this will find a way to be annoying.
2012-12-06 10:28:34 AM
2 votes:

Slaxl: Diogenes: "OK so I'm deactivating my account now ...The media is BS."

Blaming the medium when caught saying stupid shiat? What's her Fark handle?

Kids are stupid, and kids say stupid shiat, they always have done, always will. The media is being "B.S." in drawing attention to stupid, pointless, teenage, childish drama. Can't they write about important stuff instead?

/I'm not Eminem's daughter, honest


I get that. But perhaps it's a valuable learning opportunity.

I'm sick of people who think they are immune from criticism of their stupid acts and words. It starts somewhere. End it early.
2012-12-06 02:03:44 PM
1 votes:

Uranus Is Huge!: A teenaged girl is upset that her celebrity crush is dating another celebrity? OUTRAGEOUS!!

I'm pretty sure this is exactly what Twitter is for.


No, it's for following the greatest feed ever...the Iron Sheik:

@the_ironsheik

I respect the intelligent Jew @Goldberg he my friend and i love him. He not like that piece of garbage Ultimate Warrior #teamsheikie
2012-12-06 01:45:56 PM
1 votes:

master_dman: Whoever it was.. they have a point.. Taylor swift has been on more weiners than ketchup.

She has some serious man issues.


ya, how exactly is this chick a positive role model for tween/teen girls when her whole shtick is to spread her legs for a new "popular" guy every two weeks, then cry about it through her "music"?
2012-12-06 10:19:19 AM
1 votes:

Diogenes: "OK so I'm deactivating my account now ...The media is BS."

Blaming the medium when caught saying stupid shiat? What's her Fark handle?


Kids are stupid, and kids say stupid shiat, they always have done, always will. The media is being "B.S." in drawing attention to stupid, pointless, teenage, childish drama. Can't they write about important stuff instead?

/I'm not Eminem's daughter, honest
2012-12-06 09:56:47 AM
1 votes:

Earguy: I wonder how many other teen girls posted the same thing when their fantasy heartthrob was dating a beautiful star. Who cares?


I have a 14 yo daughter that does the same kind of thing. It's harmless teenage drama.
 
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