Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Camille Grammar, Maria Shriver and Jennifer Aniston

While I realize that when famous people become....famous, they concede to the fact that their lives will be profiled in the media.  To define this further, "news" about them is expected to be broadcast.  Do you think it stop at that?

Why couldn't it just be announced that so and so had an affair with so and so, so now so and so and so and so are splitting up.  That's it, that's all.  Do we really need to know the details of the matter, the nitty gritty?  Will it make our lives easier knowing the when, where and why of it all.  Do we need to see their pained facial expressions blasted on the tabloids?

Bad things happen to good people, unfortunately that's the world today.  I feel badly for Camille, Maria, Jennifer and any other person the planet that is experiencing emotional pian.  I hope that they are able to heal within a support group who will listen to them and then keeps their mouths shut.

Even though famous peoples lives are public knowledge, isn't there a boundary....there should be, everyone and everything has boundaries.  What responsibility do we have as far as respecting these boundaries. 

Tabloids and the Perez Hilton's claim that it's all part of being famous....but they are getting rich exploiting these people and these stories. When did the tabloids and the Perez Hilton's of the world get to decide the definition of our ethics?  Who said they could?

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