Everyone’s Been Waiting…and…She Delivered!

As we all know it’s just been a matter of time. Each and every person reading this post knows that Brit was stirrin’ the Witches Brew, for the ultimate act—the final curtain call.

What so many of us have dreaded just about came to fruition last night. We all know that Britney’s got problems; who on this planet doesn’t? Ms. Spears’ difficulty is so multi-faceted that it’s going to take awhile.

She’s human but not one of us knows what it’s like to be that rich, pampered, lonely, and manufactured. I need to look at these facts in my reality. What in the world would I do with $750,000.00 per month allowance? Easy for me but I am a bit older, wiser, and centered.

Britney Spears has been performing since very early in her life. The lady was an international superstar by 16 years of age. And to boot, she’s dating (and frolicking) with the most sought after person alive—N’SYNC’s Justin Timberlake. Matter of fact, they are touring together in the same act. I am not certain if Ms. Spears ever had to do anything for herself.

Face it people, in this convenience-oriented society that we live in, that literally produces stalking pedophiles, here we have a 15-year-old girl dress in a plaid skirt, white shirt tied at the belly, sitting on the floor with white knee-highs. Every male (and most females) 14-years old and older got wet just looking at her. She was a made for prime time live, little, breaking-the-rules, suggestive Britney Spears.

So who can get close to a person like that? Is it a clinging to the money my ‘lil superstar darling’ mother who couldn’t have possibly been instrumental in her child’s life? Just look at what this mother has done—and I mean, d-o-n-e! No parent…Oops sorry, real parent would ever allow their children to endure this kind of career. 

 And career, c’mon people! Who at ten years old has a career? I don’t want to hear, Dakota Fanning, Abigail Breslin, Drew Barrymore, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, the Calkin’s, or any other child who thinks they are embarking on a career when they don’t even know the meaning of the word.

Dare I say, Corey Feldman, Corey Haim, or any of the other children working on their careers and what problems have manifested in their lives? One of the larger problems that I see is the loneliness of not having friends, not hanging-out, no real parents, and the people one is literally forced to be around and influenced by—omg!


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