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Old 03-27-2012, 10:39 PM
 
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Yes...My point was more responding to someone else that Angelina Jolie makes choices that put her in the spotlight, and some of her stranger choices get her more negative attention.

There are other actors/actresses that don't behave quite as strangely as she does.

This whole thread basically started as a result of how she looked and acted on Oscar night.
I don't think she looked or acted strange on Oscar nite, but someone will make it so. Cut these people a break.

Shes thin, they have 6 kids. Perhaps shes vegan, IDK. If you look at photos of Brad, other than Oscar nite, hes looking old. I guess raising a family and working hard will do that to you.
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Old 03-28-2012, 08:00 AM
 
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Her choice to make movies put her in the spotlight or she'd just be any other women who took someones husband.

And from the comment in Anistons interview, she couldn't have been happy in her marriage and that was long before Pitt left Aniston for Jolie.
Gee, I know I'm repeating myself, but nobody can take someone's husband. The husband is the one who pledged loyalty (if he did) and HE broke the agreement. I am thinking if he is inclined not to honor his contracts or if that particular marriage just wasn't working for him he would have eventually done it with someone.

I don't blame a single woman so much for thinking the grass is greener elsewhere, it is human nature. I think, if you live long enough you get a better perspective on where the grass is greener.

'Took someone's husband', like they stole my piece of cake. As though the husband is some money making, sexy, entertaining toy that someone robbed.

I don't know. I guess that terminology makes me upset. You rarely hear men saying 'he stole my wife'. Often the men blame the wife. Sometimes situations just go bad, but certainly the errant spouse is deserving of being dumped on more than the other party.
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Old 03-28-2012, 10:23 AM
 
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I don't think she looked or acted strange on Oscar nite, but someone will make it so. Cut these people a break.

Shes thin, they have 6 kids. Perhaps shes vegan, IDK. If you look at photos of Brad, other than Oscar nite, hes looking old. I guess raising a family and working hard will do that to you.
Well virgode....many many people thought she looked strange on Oscar night, whether it be the leg thing or the arms that look like they belong to a thin sickly 60 year old.

I think how someone looks/acts at a public event is fair game.
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Old 03-28-2012, 10:47 PM
 
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I don't think she looked or acted strange on Oscar nite, but someone will make it so. Cut these people a break.

Shes thin, they have 6 kids. Perhaps shes vegan, IDK. If you look at photos of Brad, other than Oscar nite, hes looking old. I guess raising a family and working hard will do that to you.
She's thin and she did an awkward pose on stage. I guess that's pretty much the news item on the year. And yes, the devotion to talking about "what's wrong with Angelina Jolie" or any other celebrity we've never met is ridiculous and shallow.
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Old 03-28-2012, 10:51 PM
 
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She's thin and she did an awkward pose on stage. I guess that's pretty much the news item on the year. And yes, the devotion to talking about "what's wrong with Angelina Jolie" or any other celebrity we've never met is ridiculous and shallow.
and yet--here you are
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Old 03-28-2012, 11:57 PM
 
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I read that the "leg thing" was a poke at Brad Pitt and George Clooney, who was there with current girlfriend who is famous for her very long legs, and supposedly Brad and George joke with her about it.
Still, I thought that wasn't the time or place.
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Old 03-29-2012, 12:13 AM
 
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I read that the "leg thing" was a poke at Brad Pitt and George Clooney, who was there with current girlfriend who is famous for her very long legs, and supposedly Brad and George joke with her about it.
Still, I thought that wasn't the time or place.
I read an interview with A. Jolie and she said she didn't notice she was doing anything unusual Yea....right
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Old 03-29-2012, 12:15 AM
 
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Well virgode....many many people thought she looked strange on Oscar night, whether it be the leg thing or the arms that look like they belong to a thin sickly 60 year old.

I think how someone looks/acts at a public event is fair game.
Could be the photo angle.

Hey whatever, just added my 2 cents on the topic.
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Old 03-29-2012, 12:17 AM
 
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Gee, I know I'm repeating myself, but nobody can take someone's husband. The husband is the one who pledged loyalty (if he did) and HE broke the agreement. I am thinking if he is inclined not to honor his contracts or if that particular marriage just wasn't working for him he would have eventually done it with someone.

I don't blame a single woman so much for thinking the grass is greener elsewhere, it is human nature. I think, if you live long enough you get a better perspective on where the grass is greener.

'Took someone's husband', like they stole my piece of cake. As though the husband is some money making, sexy, entertaining toy that someone robbed.

I don't know. I guess that terminology makes me upset. You rarely hear men saying 'he stole my wife'. Often the men blame the wife. Sometimes situations just go bad, but certainly the errant spouse is deserving of being dumped on more than the other party.
I would have thought about breaking the agreement too after reading her interview. Although its not the same, he was in a committed relationship when Jenn got him. I guess thats karma.
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Old 03-29-2012, 12:42 AM
 
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She's thin and she did an awkward pose on stage. I guess that's pretty much the news item on the year. And yes, the devotion to talking about "what's wrong with Angelina Jolie" or any other celebrity we've never met is ridiculous and shallow.
I hate on Bravos Housewives...I only have so much to spread around.
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