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Old 12-31-2011, 12:41 PM   #21
 
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Im just happy he started combing his hair.
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I didn't even know who he was until the "Greek" movie he was in. I love her music for working out. Maybe more good songs will come from this. I know that's lame for me to say.
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I didn't even know who he was until the "Greek" movie he was in. I love her music for working out. Maybe more good songs will come from this. I know that's lame for me to say.
It's not that lame. I do the same. Some one has to make good work out music! In my everyday, I'm more of a slow jams, RnB, neosoul, electronica/down tempo listener, and that music just doesn't cut it during a work out.

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I find it interesting that she comes from a very religious background.
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I always thought he was a bit strange though. Just a weird guy.




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He's supposedly bipolar, which would explain some of his shenanigans.
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I have to say that Russell has not made any single claim to KPs 10 mil that he could have while she made when they were married, which, of course, he is entitled to.

Hubby and I have had many interesting convos about this subject. I think, and yeah, she had no prenup...he should get nothing, especially since he worked and was doing fine this whole time.

However, one thing hubby and I DO agree on...if you are the one that wanted the d-i-v-o-r-c-e, then you should get n-o-t-h-i-n-g...tg no kids were involved and don't EVEN get me started on cheating ish....

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Was he cheating?
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However, one thing hubby and I DO agree on...if you are the one that wanted the d-i-v-o-r-c-e, then you should get n-o-t-h-i-n-g.
Um, what? I cry foul on this one.
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However, one thing hubby and I DO agree on...if you are the one that wanted the d-i-v-o-r-c-e, then you should get n-o-t-h-i-n-g.
Um, what? I cry foul on this one.
Glad I'm not the only one.

So by this logic, if you initiate the divorce because you are the partner being cheated on, or abused, or your partner is a raging drug or alcohol abuser .... you should get nothing?

No. That's ridiculous.
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However, one thing hubby and I DO agree on...if you are the one that wanted the d-i-v-o-r-c-e, then you should get n-o-t-h-i-n-g.
Um, what? I cry foul on this one.
So a woman who is being abused begins the divorce proceedings and she should get n-o-t-h-i-n-g?

Surely I'm missing something here.
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However, one thing hubby and I DO agree on...if you are the one that wanted the d-i-v-o-r-c-e, then you should get n-o-t-h-i-n-g.
Um, what? I cry foul on this one.
Glad I'm not the only one.

So by this logic, if you initiate the divorce because you are the partner being cheated on, or abused, or your partner is a raging drug or alcohol abuser .... you should get nothing?

No. That's ridiculous.
Sorry, LA - I missed your post and basically posted the same thing!
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However, one thing hubby and I DO agree on...if you are the one that wanted the d-i-v-o-r-c-e, then you should get n-o-t-h-i-n-g.
Um, what? I cry foul on this one.
Glad I'm not the only one.

So by this logic, if you initiate the divorce because you are the partner being cheated on, or abused, or your partner is a raging drug or alcohol abuser .... you should get nothing?

No. That's ridiculous.

When i read Wile's most i was thinking she meant people who want a divorce the nothing. like being different, which seems to be the reason for a lot of hollywood divorces. correct me if i'm wrong wile. i dont think she was refering to being in an abusive marriage.

it seems in hollywood people stick around longer when there is a "real" reason for divorce.
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I normally wouldn't comment because I don't give a flying fark about celebrity relationships, but it really annoys me when people who truly do have every material thing they could possibly want still can't manage to find a way to just be happy and enjoy each other and their good fortune. And, no, that's not to say that material wealth = happiness. I think most of you know what I mean.
Maybe it's because they're always chasing something better. I feel like part of being a successful celebrity is always chasing the idea that you could have more (more album sales, more income, more awards, more projects, etc). In their line of work, you can never be happy with your current station in life because if you're not in the pursuit of "bigger, better, more" then you're well on your way to being irrelevant and unemployed. It seems like today's celebrities also apply this thinking to their personal life as well.

Blame it on the cell phone...
I think this is true. It seems like the way celebrities' lives are they don't feel they have to put up with anything less-than-perfect in a marriage. They meet a lot of new people through work, are told how wonderful they are all the time... and it's relatively easy for them to get divorced. Easy to find a lawyer, easy to pay for said lawyer, easy to pull strings to make the proceedings go more quickly.

I've heard of some people staying together because they can't or don't want to pay for a divorce. I've also heard of people staying with someone because they think they can't do better, or will never meet someone else who is interested. This wouldn't be an issue with celebrities.

Frankly there are a lot of "normies" who go through marriages pretty quickly, too. A lot of us have gotten this message that we shouldn't have to put up with anything we don't like, nor should we have to work hard to make a marriage work. If yoru partner doesn't shoot rainbows and hearts out of his or her bum 24/7 you gotta kick that loser to the curb!
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I normally wouldn't comment because I don't give a flying fark about celebrity relationships, but it really annoys me when people who truly do have every material thing they could possibly want still can't manage to find a way to just be happy and enjoy each other and their good fortune. And, no, that's not to say that material wealth = happiness. I think most of you know what I mean.
Maybe it's because they're always chasing something better. I feel like part of being a successful celebrity is always chasing the idea that you could have more (more album sales, more income, more awards, more projects, etc). In their line of work, you can never be happy with your current station in life because if you're not in the pursuit of "bigger, better, more" then you're well on your way to being irrelevant and unemployed. It seems like today's celebrities also apply this thinking to their personal life as well.

Blame it on the cell phone...
I think this is true. It seems like the way celebrities' lives are they don't feel they have to put up with anything less-than-perfect in a marriage. They meet a lot of new people through work, are told how wonderful they are all the time... and it's relatively easy for them to get divorced. Easy to find a lawyer, easy to pay for said lawyer, easy to pull strings to make the proceedings go more quickly.

I've heard of some people staying together because they can't or don't want to pay for a divorce. I've also heard of people staying with someone because they think they can't do better, or will never meet someone else who is interested. This wouldn't be an issue with celebrities.

Frankly there are a lot of "normies" who go through marriages pretty quickly, too. A lot of us have gotten this message that we shouldn't have to put up with anything we don't like, nor should we have to work hard to make a marriage work. If yoru partner doesn't shoot rainbows and hearts out of his or her bum 24/7 you gotta kick that loser to the curb!

Ha, this is why I'll probably never get married again!
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I like Russell Brand.. I think he's very charming. A lot of things happened in that guy's life that are just so sad and tragic. I think Katy Perry thought she'd be his savior and in a way so did he. Katy seems pretty bossy and in the end I didn't think he'd want to be controlled. Relationships like that NEVER work out in the long run.

It's a celebrity marriage so I expected the divorce though.
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Sorry for the delay...got tied up w/ work issues yesterday and then my computer was acting up.

Anyway, not sure where the abuse aspect came in, but thelio was saying what I was trying to....

PTNB...As far as I know, he wasn't...unfortunately, the law cares not about morals...
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