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Old 10-15-2020, 12:52 PM
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Maybe people missed the intended irony in my previous post.
You're so well educated and blessed.

She could just say to the interviewer "He's a jerk. I don't want to talk about him" But she immerses...
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You're so well educated and blessed.

She could just say to the interviewer "He's a jerk. I don't want to talk about him" But she immerses...
Yes, missed by a country mile.
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Yes, missed by a country mile.
Don't explain. Just continue thinking you're perfect and anointed.
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Hahaha "Oh, there you are, Satans angry daughter."

That's a pretty great line.
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$he killed her baby so $he could remain a member of the band $he ended up destroying. They would have been so much better off without her. Tom Petty was wise not to let her join the Heartbreakers.
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Old 10-15-2020, 04:21 PM
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Yup, it is pathetic to see people so bitter that they ruin things and pray at shrines
I have no shrine, Mr. Buckingham hater.

The sun shrines directly out of my ass.
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Jealous? Of a bitter old hag, who fires the ONE MAN for whom $he OWES her stardom?

NOT AT ALL.

Pissed that $he ruined the band of my life?

Absolutely.

Now go pray at your $tevie shrine...
The shrine is quarantined
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Old 10-15-2020, 10:28 PM
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What an awful interview. I cringed reading it. What has happened to this woman I used to admire? It's honestly upsetting.
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Old 10-15-2020, 10:30 PM
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(I can't help but wonder if Stevie's comments about abortion [& how having one saved Fleetwood Mac] will cause a backlash.
No, because the majority of Americans support the right to choose. That's just the fact.
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Old 10-16-2020, 01:05 AM
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The self-branding as a "feminist" gets tiresome fast.
Its weird that shes trying to play the feminist card. Neither Stevie nor Christine faced professional challenges because they were women. If anything, being women gave them some advantages. Mike Vernon disproportionately released songs sung by Christine as singles when she was in Chicken Shack, probably in a move to capitalize on the novelty of a woman in a blues band, while Stevie was brought into Fritz because they wanted a woman in the band as was common for San Francisco bands in the late 60s. Outside of that, they were equals to the men in their bands before Fleetwood Mac as well as in Fleetwood Mac.
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What an awful interview. I cringed reading it. What has happened to this woman I used to admire? It's honestly upsetting.

It is very upsetting ..
I dont get when it happened.
We all change over the years....but crikey
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Old 10-16-2020, 08:48 AM
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She's a baffling individual. I'd love to understand how long she has considered RBG her hero and what about her specifically it was that makes her a hero to Stevie. Or, is it just the hot topic these days and she wants to sound woke?

I'm as pro-choice as anybody (I'm a man, it's not my choice to make) and the current Supreme Court nomination process is 1) preposterous and 2) as expected as humanly possible (if you didn't vote in 2016 or don't pay attention to elections that are outside of the Presidential years, then please don't act shocked about what's happening today)......all that being said, her comments about the abortion she had just make me want to vomit. As if you can't have children and be successful in music (Madonna...Beyonce...I mean, do I really have to keep going?)? If she didn't want children, just say it. It's okay. But this nonsense she's been selling for years is so ridiculous and stupid.
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Old 10-16-2020, 10:14 AM
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I'm as pro-choice as anybody (I'm a man, it's not my choice to make) and the current Supreme Court nomination process is 1) preposterous and 2) as expected as humanly possible (if you didn't vote in 2016 or don't pay attention to elections that are outside of the Presidential years, then please don't act shocked about what's happening today)......all that being said, her comments about the abortion she had just make me want to vomit. As if you can't have children and be successful in music (Madonna...Beyonce...I mean, do I really have to keep going?)? If she didn't want children, just say it. It's okay. But this nonsense she's been selling for years is so ridiculous and stupid.
This has always seemed odd to me too. I wonder if there's an unspoken foot note to what she's saying. She wouldn't have to give up music to have kids, but she would have to give up the drugs and the craziness, which were obviously tied in with her rock n roll lifestyle. I think to her, giving up music meant giving up the whole crazy lifestyle that went with it.
It maybe never crossed her mind in her child-bearing years that she could be settled and grounded (a la Madonna or Bruce Springsteen) and balance kids and work.
I don't judge her for not having kids. Lots of people don't for various reasons. I just don't believe she had to choose one over the other.
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This has always seemed odd to me too. I wonder if there's an unspoken foot note to what she's saying. She wouldn't have to give up music to have kids, but she would have to give up the drugs and the craziness, which were obviously tied in with her rock n roll lifestyle. I think to her, giving up music meant giving up the whole crazy lifestyle that went with it.
It maybe never crossed her mind in her child-bearing years that she could be settled and grounded (a la Madonna or Bruce Springsteen) and balance kids and work.
I don't judge her for not having kids. Lots of people don't for various reasons. I just don't believe she had to choose one over the other.
Yeah, but she needs to stop bitching about "there was no time. I was in the Army".

Other stars who wanted kids MADE the time. It's a lousy excuse, and she needs to stop milking it!
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Yeah, but she needs to stop bitching about "there was no time. I was in the Army".

Other stars who wanted kids MADE the time. It's a lousy excuse, and she needs to stop milking it!
I agree, her army references were eye-roll inducing at best (and I'm not typically a Stevie basher.) But even by her standards, that reference just went too far!
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