Originally posted by THENEO
What really shocks me is that with the internet and ability to record CD's cheaply and to market music that there is not a lot more small indepent
music companies out there.
I am sure there is a good number of them but they do not seem to be garnering much attention.
The problem is the big conglomerates who own just about everything. There's such a huge concentration of power in ownership. They suffocate
independents right out of the market. It's nearly impossible for private companies to compete.
Here's the latest:
Britney showed up yesterday on MTV (in a phone interview) to promote her latest (and sleezy) video. It's kind of a take on Gwynyth Paltrow's movie
"A View From the Top." I think it's called "Toxic." She hunts down her lover, leaving a trail of sex casualties in her wake. She finds her lover
and poisons him. How very appropriate for Ms. Spears' current mindset.
She was asked questions about her 55 hr. marriage and annulment. Guess what? It was Las Vegas' fault! Don't you all feel better knowing that?
She said, "I totally believe in the sanctity of marriage," before adding: "I was in Vegas and it took over me."
What does 'sanctity of marriage' mean to her? It's like NEO said, she does one thing and then says something completely different, sending out
these horrible mixed messages to young girls who idolize her. MTV cameramen panned the crowd of teeny boppers and they were eating it up. Laughing and
cheering at Spears' pathetic excuses. This is a sad commentary on America's youth, if correctly represented. Whether Spears is knowingly involved
with or sponsered in some way by members of the Illuminati, she is certainly doing their bidding. And doing it well.
What was MR. SPEARS' (Jason Alexander) point of view on the matter? He had this to say in an interview with Access Hollywood:
"We were just looking at each other and said, 'Let's do something wild, crazy. Let's go get married, just for the hell of it."
This guy's pretty sad. You know he was slobbering over her, dying to get into her pants. And you know the poor sap totally
wanted to marry her
- to use Britney's vernacular. He got played. And too bad. Maybe he shouldn't be such a dolt. He knows her now, though. The pop tart's been dissing
him steadily. Who will she go through next?
Maybe Djarums is right. Look for Britney to show up soon in a future issue of Playboy. That's the only place left for her no talent a$$.
[Edited on 19-09-2003 by EastCoastKid]