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"You can't talk to anybody, you feel like shit, and it's the only thing you have to express yourself." A year of unspeakable suffering channeled into sixty ripe minutes: In the hands of anyone else, it could be torture.
” Then came children as designer accessories and politically charged pawns, appendages and admissions statistics. For starters, Angelina Jolie and Madonna can’t even agree on where babies come from.
I thrill as quickly as the next People subscriber to a good catfight, but do we really need Angelina — who appears to have taken No Child Left Behind as her personal mantra — trashing celebrities for “jumping on the adoption bandwagon?
An annoying thing about children is that they nudge you toward the high road and the long view.
It’s our privacy, your patriotism; our delusion, your sacrifice; our tax cuts, your kids. Cheney so tellingly said of his Republican critics, “I’m the vice president, and they’re not.” The part for which some of us have no stomach is the sense of entitlement.