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Why would I be bitter around my family that I love and friends that I care about? What I don't get is a grown man getting emotional about someone they have never met and never will. She wouldn't have pizsed on you if your guts were on fire yet you still mourn for her? I will save my emotional investment for my family and friends. Hell I bawled like a baby when my dog died - Princess Di or Mikey Jackson? Not so much.
Answer is no.
I believe that.
I miss the PWT poems of life struggles back in the day. Hope that boy is fine!
I think the reason why a lot of women got upset was because they saw her as an abused woman who had escaped and was starting to live the life she deserved. Then it ended tragically.
This is the stuff of romantic novels. Only this had a sad ending, and many many women around the world had aligned with that cause - and a little bit of them died with her.
love me some Punky B
Blah, blah, blah. :huh You are on a forum of American men, for the most part, and you expect us to remember what we were doing when she was murdered? Really?:huh WAKE UP!
Lightin' up man.
@ 5' 10" and 150 lbs I am light enough.
(yeah, I had a crush on her back then)
He ain't daeded yet...
I don't think the British women saw her that way. But they had more insight to her life living in the UK than the rest of the women around the world. She was no saint.
Why would you do that?
Anyway, my wife and I were at our annual Labor Day weekend at Table Rock Lake, AK. Back then about 15 of us, all college friends, would get together for a drinking, eating, boating, golfing weekend. It was always a really fun time. We were all there when we heard the news. Most of the women were glued to the TV. The guys would glance at it every once in awhile with little interest while we continued to carry on drinking, eating and talking like we would be doing if it wasn't happening.
These days we sometimes talk about doing it again. I doubt it will happen though. It's been about 10 years since we did a labor day weekend as a group. I do miss it.
He and Vanilla Ice are truly national treasures.
She's in her 80's, what do expect?!?!?
Princess Di's death isn't one of them. If it hadn't been brought up, I wouldn't have had a clue that it was 15 years, or even this month. Sorry.
Yes she was.
Leaving Florida... take a developer with you!