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Originally posted by tothetenthpower
Isn't it because her father is a former US President?
That seems to make sense.
Maybe I'm thinking of Dick Cheney's daughter...
Originally posted by Jenna
I hate the country's obsession with delving into the personal lives of celebrities
Originally posted by Jenna
I can't think of a single person who cares if a former president's daughter is getting married.
How was that opinion "informed"? Basically stating you dislike something twice doesn't fall under the category of informed. It was just a general, run of the mill negative statement on the subject.
Originally posted by Dookzor
reply to post by Emilyh
How fallacious can you get?
Expressing ones opinion of something doesn't imply a personal interest in said thing.
Also, I find it funny that you berate those who know a lot about something they dislike. I personally laugh at those who claim to hate things they know nothing about.
I appreciate an informed opinion. You obviously don't.
Originally posted by Emilyh
Yet you posted in the thread twice in an hour.
Reminds me of all the people who claim to hate Coulter, Limbaugh,etc. yet can recite every word that comes out of their mouths, or those who say they despise remakes yet run to the theater opening night.
If you don't like it, don't watch it or read sites discussing it. Then it goes away and the media moves on to something else to grab your attention. Pretty simple concept. Repeating that you don't like it just shows you're paying attention to it, thus giving it ratings and keeping the cycle going.
Start with $100,000 to $200,000 to rent Astor Courts, where workers have been buzzing about for weeks, and more if landscaping and other improvements are required, she said.
The property -- designed in 1902 by famed architect Stanford White for fur and real estate mogul John Jacob Astor IV, who went down on the Titanic -- was on the market for $12 million, but the listing has gone inactive. Does that up the rental fee?
Owners Kathleen Hammer and Arthur Seelbinder, refuse to discuss the house or the alleged wedding. With a reported three caterers working separately on two dinners and cocktail hours, food and drink could run $500,000 to $750,000, said Hanlin.
She calculated that tents would add another $200,000 or more, with a "pretty conservative" $250,000 for flowers. Society bandleader Jimmy Vali, plus up to 25 musicians and singers to cover everything from salsa to Sinatra, could run as high as $40,000.
Don't be surprised by a Bill Clinton saxophone solo, Hanlin says. A good wedding photographer costs from $25,000 to $40,000, with another $25,000 for a videographer. Ka-ching. Ka-ching