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Old 04-09-2012, 04:02 PM
 
Location: Earth Wanderer, longing for the stars.
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Default Leslie Stahl

This is a woman who is very intelligent, but I think she's gorgeous, too.

I think she has a great plastic surgeon, and wish I knew who that is.

I believe she wears a half wig (on the top of her head) that blends well with her hair.

She has, with a few variations, had the same look for perhaps her entire career, and it is a classic look that still works (except for a few times when the wig needed fixing).

I don't know how old she is, but she's had a very long career and I hope it lasts for a long time more. I like her mannerisms, her style, the questions that she asks.

I like Barbara Walters a lot, too, but she's seemed to take the easy road of just chatting with show biz people, unfortunately.
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Old 04-10-2012, 10:57 AM
 
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Well, Barbara Walters is well into her 80s. I remember when she was hired to be the first woman national co-anchor with Harry Reasoner (who obviously loathed her) and wondered why she was the one to be "first," as she hadn't been a hard journalist before at all.
Lesley Stahl looks amazing and doesn't have that rubbery plastic look. However, it's a shame that women have to "get work done" to stay in journalism, at least TV/visual journalism. Andy Rooney sure didn't. His son at ABC doesn't. Does his daughter at PBS?
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Old 04-11-2012, 07:09 AM
 
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Well, Barbara Walters is well into her 80s. I remember when she was hired to be the first woman national co-anchor with Harry Reasoner (who obviously loathed her) and wondered why she was the one to be "first," as she hadn't been a hard journalist before at all.
Lesley Stahl looks amazing and doesn't have that rubbery plastic look. However, it's a shame that women have to "get work done" to stay in journalism, at least TV/visual journalism. Andy Rooney sure didn't. His son at ABC doesn't. Does his daughter at PBS?
Oh, I think there is some variation among plastic surgeons, or maybe some people tell them they don't want that tight look and are willing to go back more frequently for a little touch up.

I see, on some of these forums, people commenting on some personality aging gracefully, and I believe that we really cannot tell who has had work done if they had a great cosmetic surgeon or maybe their skin is just superior.

Now, I walk down city streets and try to spot who has had work and who not.

Yes, we do not accept women just as they are as we do, men. It takes, in my opinion, more and more courage for a woman to say 'no' to surgery.
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Old 04-12-2012, 06:44 AM
 
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I think she looks good as well. I hope I look that darn good.
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Old 04-18-2012, 08:46 PM
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her hair is a mess and it drives me batty. i can't concentrate of what she says with that rat nest on top of her head.
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Old 04-19-2012, 03:55 PM
 
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her hair is a mess and it drives me batty. i can't concentrate of what she says with that rat nest on top of her head.
I have not found that to be usual, but there have been times when I could agree with.
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Old 04-20-2012, 03:05 PM
 
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her hair is a mess and it drives me batty. i can't concentrate of what she says with that rat nest on top of her head.
For some reason, I started laughing when I read this and had to go google Leslie Stahl to see her.....I started laughing even harder after looking at that mop..... I don't know why it struck me so funny but I enjoyed the laugh....thx
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Old 04-20-2012, 04:31 PM
 
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You must have gotten some bad pics because she usually looks very attractive. I should look so good.

Of course, the two prior posters are probably real knockouts and if I saw them I would know that I am surely out of my league in conversing on such a topic that they are obviously so expert on.

(not!)
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