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Magazines - are the editors human?.. I think not
Member Name: Laura_lu_uk
Date: 14/07/00, updated on 31/07/00 (25 review reads)
Advantages: realising that being a celebrity really does have a dark side..
Disadvantages: You get unwanted infomation that is useful only as the paper to put in the rabbit hutch..
Magazines would blame it on the paparizzi when things are put in the spotlight about their lack of respect for the privacy and freedom of others. Yet, they are the ones willing to publish something that may incriminate or embarrass another member of the public. It is their responsibility also.
I don't understand why people are fascinated with the lives of others. Are people nosy, sad, or just looking for a way to reach their idols level? I have not a clue.
The royal family are always on television news, radio news, they even manage to impose on sporting events. What is so interesting?
Please, I have not really got a clue why people wish to impose on others in the ways that they do. Whether it may be through magazines, or actually being an editor.
WRITE AND GIVE YOUR OPINIONS! I'd be only too pleased to understand this.. its ludicrous.
On that note, I shall leave you with this..
You are an up and rising pop star, you've wanted this all your life. Your big break. Your at number one, and coming from the Eastend of London do not expect what you get when you open the door to the postman one monday morning to sign for your parcel.. three photographers take a picture of you in your nighty. All to be published in gossip and pop magazines...
Are you happy about it?