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  1. Because of Madonna. M posted this on May 30th, 2015 Lady Joancel's first performance of the song? May 31st.
  2. First "The Cure", then "Heal Me", even the songs are all disease-themed now.
  3. Janet Jackson thread

    Originally intended to be featuring Sharon Bryant
  4. These "look at what I'm wearing, here's who gave it to me" posts are the new walking out of hotels wearing stupid outfits.
  5. Janet Jackson thread

    It's hard to imagine what producers she'd work with and what sort of music it would be. Have Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis done anything good recently?
  6. President Donald J. Trump Proclaims October 15 through October 21, 2017, as National Character Counts Week NATIONAL CHARACTER COUNTS WEEK, 2017 - - - - - - - BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA A PROCLAMATION We celebrate National Character Counts Week because few things are more important than cultivating strong character in all our citizens, especially our young people. The grit and integrity of our people, visible throughout our history, defines the soul of our Nation. This week, we reflect on the character of determination, resolve, and honor that makes us proud to be American. As President Reagan declared, "There is no institution more vital to our Nation's survival than the American family. Here the seeds of personal character are planted, the roots of public virtue first nourished." Character is built slowly. Our actions -- often done first out of duty -- become habits ingrained in the way we treat others and ourselves. As parents, educators, and civic and church leaders, we must always work to cultivate strength of character in our Nation's youth. Character can be hard to define, but we see it in every day acts -- raising and providing for a family with loving devotion, working hard to make the most of an education, and giving back to devastated communities. These and so many other acts big and small constitute the moral fiber of American culture. Character is forged around kitchen tables, built in civic organizations, and developed in houses of worship. It is refined by our choices, large and small, and manifested in what we do when we think no one is paying attention. As we strive every day to improve our character and that of our Nation, we pause and thank those individuals whose strength of character has inspired us and who have provided a supporting hand during times of need. In particular, we applaud families as they perform the often thankless task of raising men and women of character. NOW, THEREFORE, I, DONALD J. TRUMP, President of the United States of America, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and the laws of the United States, do hereby proclaim October 15 through October 21, 2017, as National Character Counts Week. I call upon public officials, educators, parents, students, and all Americans to observe this week with appropriate ceremonies, activities, and programs. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this thirteenth day of October, in the year of our Lord two thousand seventeen, and of the Independence of the United States of America the two hundred and forty-second. DONALD J. TRUMP https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2017/10/13/president-donald-j-trump-proclaims-october-15-through-october-21-2017-0
  7. Madonna would view such a thing as alarming and pathetic coming from her own fans. Michael would derive satisfaction and pleasure from knowing that people offed themselves once he overdosed.
  8. Trump Tells Conservative Christian Audience: Times ‘Are Changing Back’ In an address to the Values Voter Summit Friday, President Donald Trump celebrated the power of the presidency to enforce Christian values. Though much of Trump’s 30-minute remarks ran through his list of “promises I made you,” not one involved a successful congressional action, aside from the Senate’s confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch. Echoing the introduction of the Family Research Council’s Tony Perkins, who introduced the President, Trump bragged about his re-instating the Mexico City Policy by decree, cutting off funds to international organizations that at all promote abortion as a method of family planning. He also noted an executive action “to prevent the horrendous Johnson amendment from interfering with your First Amendment rights.” The Johnson amendment prohibits non-profits, including religious organizations, from explicitly campaigning on behalf of political candidates. Though Trump signed an executive order instructing the Treasury Department to loosen its enforcement of the law, he does not have the constitutional power to eliminate it. The President also mentioned that he had made “official” the National Day of Prayer. So did former President Barack Obama, via executive proclamation, eight years in a row. And Trump reminded his audience of a peculiar focus of his since his early days on the campaign trail: “We’re saying ‘Merry Christmas’ again!” Trump is the first sitting President to address the summit, which is organized by the Family Research Council, a conservative Christian group with deep political roots. During his speech, the President extolled the values of the religious life and positioned them opposite an oppressive government bureaucracy. “For too long, politicians have tried to centralize the authority among the hands of a small few in our nation’s capital,” he said. “Bureaucrats think they can run your lives, overrule your values, meddle in your faith, and tell you how to live, what to say, and how to pray. But we know that parents, not bureaucrats, know best how to raise their children and create a thriving society.” He added separately: “In America, we don’t worship government, we worship God.” The second half of Trump’s speech strayed into a laundry list of more general accomplishments, which were met with polite applause that grew louder at times: Promising tax and regulatory cuts, celebrating the trillions of dollars in stock market value “we’ve created,” and predicting “great health care in our county.” “We’re taking a little different route than we had hoped,” Trump said of the latter point, weaving his hand through the air and noting that members of Congress unable to pass legislation repealing Obamacare had “forgotten what their pledges were.” Trump on Thursday announced the White House would be ending key federal payments to insurance companies that subsidized coverage for the poor, among other changes, essentially sabotaging central elements of Obamacare. Concluding his remarks, Trump made explicit the underlying message of his speech: that the church is the cornerstone of American life. “We see it in the church communities that come together to care for one another, to pray for each other, and to stand strong with each other in times of need,” he said, after referring to the “strength of the American spirit.” “As long as we have pride in our country, confidence in our future, and faith in our god, then America will prevail,” he said. http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/trump-values-voters-summit
  9. Rather transparent, wouldn't you say ?
  10. Britney Spears thread

    So this is what Lucky Guy's been up to
  11. For all the endless WEEPING she does on a daily basis, has there ever been a singer who seems less able to comprehend music as an emotional conduit? You can sort of get the same effect that she always gives off when you look at kids in talent shows doing songs that they have no real understanding of besides maybe that they like the melody.
  12. Given the way extreme yo-yo dieting can cause heart damage among other things, it's nothing to envy.
  13. This is absolutely what happened. Imagine, she goes on about Madonna in her documentary hoping for a shady feud-igniting response that will give her lots of publicity, and instead she gets a box of luxury skin products delivered to her
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