Trolling dates all the way back to 397 B.C. - People began following Plato around and would make fart noises after everything he said.
Yep, looks like he got the good genes from each parent.
I give Arnold credit: He bought into the whole pursuit of happiness/American dream and went after it: first as an athlete then in Hollywood and then with political royalty. And as for Maria: Everyone talks about the Kennedy men but in a different time and place her mother might have been POTUS. Maria is proud of the Shriver name and given her late parents and her brothers activism I think she should be. I wish them both well: I too have heard Arnold (much like his Kennedy uncles) has a roving eye. And I think they should amend the constitution so someone who is American but not American-born can run. (NO MORE BIRTHERS!) I don't think I'd support Arnold though.
"Michelle would never be caught with sausage grease staining her Vera Wang." - rfisher
Arnold may have walked out on her, but...he'll be back.
It's official. I am madly in love with Meryl Davis.
I still think you're better off being not-quite-so-thin as you get older. But then again I'm surrounded by naturally-thin female relatives who get FRAIL AS ALL GET OUT when they age. I'd rather have some junk in the trunk than be relegated to that!
25 years is a long time to be married. Sometimes people just grow apart and want different things as they age. It's hard to remain "in love" with someone. At least they had the guts to move on and instead of remaining in a marriage they both are no longer happy in anymore.
"“My bronze feels like gold,” said the bronze medalist Carolina Kostner
Edited to add: Only Maria Shriver herself knows all of the reasons why her marriage no longer works for her. However, she lost both parents during the past two years. I know that losing a parent can make you examine your life once you're past the initial grief.
Last edited by Civic; 05-11-2011 at 11:15 AM.
I am sorry to hear it but hope they can at least they can make a amicable arrangement for the sake of the kids.
“Love all, trust a few, do wrong to none.” William Shakespeare