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  1. Thank God she wasn't part of it. I hate that song, the worst, so cheesy. And most of those people haven't done shit for Africa since then. Madonna has done more than all of them combined.
  2. Exactly. The ones who are wearing the glamour gowns like they're going to the Oscars are the ones who got it wrong. I think she looks sensational.
  3. She tries to be sexy but she looks more like a skank. That's why she's jealous and bitter. Plus of course her career is non-existent.
  4. Two things most of Madonna's female critics have in common - they're has beens and they have zero sex appeal. They're just mad and jealous cuz they can't pull off what comes so naturally for Madonna.
  5. Fuck Camille! It was convenient to be on Madonna's side when she was at her peak and was widely popular with the general public. I think that Camille is worse than the other critics cuz she was on board and then jumped ship when the going got tough. She's the one being dishonest and hypocritical by turning on Madonna during the Sex era & the present when Madonna needed her defenders the most. She joined the fray - the sexist, ageist, misogynistic critics Madonna had been fighting throughout her career. Madonna has always been consistent in what she stood for & if Camille stood by her in the beginning, she should stand by her till the end - during the good times and the bad. I agree - that DM piece is revolting!
  6. Watched it with 4 friends - not big M fans and everyone loved it. I mean really loved it. They thought she was hilarious plus sang along with every song. I thought it was really great! James seemed a bit nervous but he was fine.
  7. I think she's doing this on her own and not necessarily sanctioned by the campaign. New York (especially New York City) is overwhelmingly & solidly for Hillary so no need to campaign or waste resources here.
  8. Debbie Harry & Madonna

    I saw Blondie a few years ago in concert here in New York & I was stunned at Debbie Harry's performance. I love her to death but she had zero charisma and zero stage presence. I couldn't believe how uncomfortable she was on stage. She was better off just standing & singing in front of the mike rather than prancing around the stage trying to connect with the audience cuz it looked so unnatural, awkward & forced. If you're a fan, it's painful to see her live.
  9. Hypocrisy And Madonna

    Let's put things into perspective. I would liken pheasant shooting more to fishing than what transpires in this video of the Trump boys. Disgusting!
  10. Madonna in Cuba

    Is that Rosie behind Debi?
  12. This is probably how it went down: Jimmy Fallon: Hey Madonna, wanna meet Obama? M: How, when, where? JF: Perform Borderline (Jimmy's favorite Madonna song) on my show & I promise you'll meet him. Deal? M: Deal!
  13. Madonna bought another apartment in the same building in 2008 for $7+ million. I remember there was also a lawsuit cuz the coop board tried to stop the sale cuz they felt that she already owned too many units in the building & thus too many voting shares. Madonna won that lawsuit & was allowed to buy the unit. When she sold her apartment in the building & moved to the UES, the sale did not include the $7+ million apartment. She still owns that. I guess she lets some of her staff live there & now the building is disallowing that. That's the problem with coops. You don't actually own the apartment, you own shares like in a corporation. So it's run like a corporation with a board of directors & rules you have to abide by. "Lease" is just term that's also used even if you own the apartment & not renting.
  14. No Parking Bitches

    OK, I did a bit of research. I think the only violation that M committed was painting it yellow. As a rule, only the owner can park in front of the driveway. Here's an article I found: Is it ever legal to park in front of a NYC driveway?I frequently receive telephone calls and comments from wonderful members of the driving community asking whether it’s legal to park in front of a NYC driveway. Many friends want to know about the legality of saving spaces in front of driveways (It is never, ever legal to save a parking space on a NYC roadway…period). Other friends want to know whether a car is permitted to block an “unusable” driveway. While other friends want to know when they can park in front of their own private driveways. And, my Mom wants to know how to report the damn driveway blocker…(Mom, click on this link to report the scoundrel) In an effort to shed a ray of light on our NYC driveways, here are answers to some frequently asked questions. The NYC driveway rule“(f) General no standing zones (standing and parking prohibited in specified places). No person shall stand or park a vehicle in any of the following places, unless otherwise indicated by posted signs, markings or other traffic control devices, or at the direction of a law enforcement officer: (2)Driveways. In front of a public or private driveway, except that it shall be permissible for the owner, lessor or lessee of the lot accessed by a private driveway to park a passenger vehicle registered to him/her at that address in front of such driveway, provided that such lot does not contain more than two dwelling units and further provided that such parking does not violate any other provision of the Vehicle and Traffic Law or local law or rule concerning the parking, stopping or standing of motor vehicles. The prohibition herein shall not apply to driveways that have been rendered unusable due to the presence of a building or other fixed obstruction and, therefore, are not being used as defined in §4-01(b) of these rules.” It’s my driveway, and I’ll park if I want toYes you can, as long as: The vehicle is registered as a passenger vehicle; and, Registered to you; and, The private lot does not contain more than two dwelling units; and, Parking your chariot in front of your driveway doesn’t violate any on street parking rules For example, you are not permitted to park in front of your own driveway, if: Your chariot displays commercial plates Your chariot is registered to your business, or your Aunt Tillie (who doesn’t reside with you…Thank g-d) You are the proud landlord of a lot containing 3 or more dwelling units The parking space in front of your driveway is regulated by a parking sign that prohibits parking (i.e., no parking, no standing, etc) What if some joker parks in front of my driveway?You can remove Mr. Joker, as long as you comply with the procedures set forth in the free download below How ’bout if the driveway is no longer a “usable” driveway?You can park in front of driveways that have been rendered unusable due to the presence of a building or other fixed obstruction and, therefore, are not being used as defined in §4-01(b) of these rules.”
  15. No Parking Bitches

    I'm not sure about this, but being a NYC resident, I always thought that you cannot park in front of a driveway. Every driveway I've seen, public or private has a no parking sign - maybe a lot of them are illegal too.