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Post by jd on 29.04.13 1:21

The truth about the music industry.....There is so much more that can be said and shown but this video says it very well. Make the connection to everything else

Who pulled the strings?...THE SYMINGTONS..And the Scottish connections...Look no further if you dare

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Post by plebgate on 29.04.13 10:25

I have been saying for a long time that these celebs are bebing "idolised" by their fans.

Thanks for posting. I would make it required viewing to all parents who let their children watch these celebs.

I used to love watching Beyonce but haven't bothered for a few years as it quite clear that her routines now are nothing short of "soft porn" imo and I certainly would not let any young child or young teen watch. Same as Christine Aguilera. Her dirrty song was nothing short of filth imo yet mothers and daughters "idolised" her and the video.

Madonna is the same, an old lady trying to keep up with young women and doing anything required to stay there. Pathetic but again she is "idolised".

A very old saying about A listers. You don't become A list material without being prepared to do ANYTHING to get there.

Their choice but I don't think it's worth it and we see it more and more with other professions too. Do ANYTHING for money, but many are still not and will never be happy.

Sad, very sad imo.

Not for nothing the old saying of money being the route of all evil.


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