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Shadow.

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  1. 3 minutes ago, MM said:

    it's so pathetic all they care about is money 

    yep. everything since 2008 has been about making money (i know that was the intention previously but she still showed more of an interest in her career back then). nothing to do with making herself the best artist/performer she can be. its quite sad to see what she has become.


  2. 2 minutes ago, MM said:

    so many things i have to say but will not. however, she said herself that she's an anxiety ridden person, so why put yourself into positions that make your anxiety even worse? can't she say no the the m&gs? $1700 for this? nah :whitneyshade:

    she won't say no to doing this cuz it makes her more money.  if her anxiety was that bad she wouldn't put herself in this position. i know i wouldn't especially with the money she makes off of the shows.

    2 minutes ago, BoyToySoldier said:

    Because it's honestly the only contact we can have with her. She doesn't write to us anymore, she barely does anything on those live chat things, at least she's accessible to us in some way. Cutting out the M&G's would just make everything seem so impersonal and cold... like Beyonce and her fans.

    as personal as britney jean 21985106_317553902044576_8554211450623623168_n(1).jpg


  3. 6 minutes ago, hibiscus.berry.TEA said:

    Okay but in her defense, he does look like he recently had a face lift and his skin is to tight for his face :lostney:

    okay but that's no reason to look like you've just seen ghostface come for your ass 21985106_317553902044576_8554211450623623168_n(1).jpg


  4. 1 minute ago, danny1994 said:

    I’d usually agree, but she didn’t post about it on Instagram so I’ll cut her a break. If she did or does post about it, it’s definitely for attention.

    with taylor it seems like everything she does has some sort of hidden agenda, like its always got to have some sort of benefit for her. she's taylor swift does she really need to post it on instagram for it to give her attention? no she doesn't because she knows news outlets will cotton onto it. still, it was a kind thing to do and id like to think she didn't have any other reason for doing so other than to be kind.


  5. 24 minutes ago, fucknfurter said:

    Oh no, I agree with that, too. Some sort of stricter access should be applied (personally, I've always been for psychiatric tests), but that never happens either, and I don't know if it goes back to people thinking its a threat to have guns taken away from them to even suggest such a thing, or our healthcare system being completely corrupt/fucked up, too. Probably both.

    psychiatric tests was what i was thinking of aswell. honestly if a person feels like there is a possibility a gun would be taken away from them then they obviously shouldn't own the gun. they must know of a reason why they shouldn't own one otherwise why worry?


  6. Just now, danny1994 said:

    I get that, it’s important that they don’t end up in the wrong hands. There are some people that you can’t trust to be responsible with a gun, the entire country needs an overhaul of its mental health services.

    mental health services in a lot of countries are an absolute shambles. there is no REAL support for people and they wonder why no one wants to come forward with their issues?

    suicide is one of the biggest killers in men all because we still have this ridiculous mentality that men can't have feelings, u have to "be a man" like stfu honestly i didn't realise we were still in the 1900s. there seems to be this correlation between asking for help and being "weak". we all have times where we need help not specifically for mental illnesses obviously but we can't do everything on our own & having a mental illness or asking for help for anything does not make anyone weak, ever.


  7. 11 minutes ago, BoyToySoldier said:

    Personally, I believe in the constitution and people do have a right to bear arms. Break-ins are pretty common in the US and not everyone knows how to defend themselves in the case of a home intruder, most of which could be armed themselves.

    However, I want a reform on gun control. Civilians should not be allowed to purchase military grade weapons. If you want to shoot one, go to a shooting range. You don't need to own one. What's the point. To protect yourself, a simple handgun will do the job.

     

    6 minutes ago, CashmereCat said:

    I don't know about the north, but I know the south here loves their guns.  I don't mind simple glock for protection especially in high criminal areas.  Some people like a collection.  Some people hunt.  My father in law has multiple rifles, scopes, guns because  I think some people really just like the "collection" - he never uses them.

    I wouldn't mind getting a handgun because I wouldn't take ANY chances with ANY robber, etc.  Especially if I have a child.  My life and my families life is worth more than you need for my TV and DVD collection.  (and you don't have time to get some mace/pepper spray or a knife especially if they're huge, or have a weapon themselves)

     

    5 minutes ago, danny1994 said:

    In an ideal world, guns wouldn’t exist. But unfortunately there are so many guns in circulation in the United States that it’s very easy for criminals to get their hands on them. I personally don’t have a gun, but I understand if people want to keep one for protection. It sounds a bit excessive, but most people would just shoot an intruder in the foot or leg and they would fall down.

    However, automatic and semi-automatic weapons definitely shouldn’t be sold. They’re used in every mass shooting and there’s no reason why people need them.

     

    1 minute ago, fucknfurter said:

    Guns just scare me in general, it doesn't matter what kind they are. But, at the same time, I believe in someone else's right to protect themselves with them if they choose to, and the fact is, trying to ban them completely wouldn't work. (I live in the South; it definitely will not work here.) Too many opposers, including the government itself (it's well known they take money from the NRA), etc etc... I mean, if they did ban them completely, that doesn't stop the black market sales and distribution, either. So I do believe reform on gun control would be what's best. And no high-powered automatics or semi-automatics in a no-combat/war zone, are you kidding me? The fact that citizens can own them bothers the hell out of me.

    We've had so many mass shootings, and still, nothing ever gets changed because the second its brought up, people start screaming about their rights and NRA lobbyists attend every gun control meeting in every state, etc, that they can to prevent it from happening. And then it happens again. It's just... a really sad cycle.

    i can understand doing the most to protect the people u love and i get what u say fucknfurter about it being pointless to ban them, makes sense. i just think there are sooo many risks with having guns, i guess what i would say is it should be difficult to get a hold of a gun. people can be careless and i just don't know how i feel about civilians being allowed access to something as dangerous as a gun.


  8. 54 minutes ago, danny1994 said:

    This is how I feel too. No need for assault rifles, but people should be allowed to keep a handgun in their house for protection.

     

    Just now, BoyToySoldier said:

     A simple handgun will protect you from an intruder, if you're even at risk.

    i don't really understand why anyone would need a gun for protection. do u not think there are better ways to protect yourself? :gross: im not american but it would seem from an outsider's perspective that it would be better if guns were banned? not trying to argue im just genuinely interested to hear a different side


  9. Just now, Serafiana said:

    It's relevant because it's where it happened. 

    Now moving on... I wonder if Britney is going to be okay hearing this... I hope it doesn't make her anxious but at the same time, I hope security will be increased.

    she should've explain what her point was, she did not. that is the issue. anyway like i said not discussing it any further. i am sure britney is fine. its the poor families & friends who have lost loves ones & other festival goers i am worried for. so sad