Given the Balloon Boy debacle, the White House party-crashers, and the 11 or so women who have (conveniently) revealed THEIR extramarital affairs with golfing legend Tiger Woods, has America's obsession with trying to achieve 5 minutes in the limelight (at any price) gone too far?
The most ironic thing about those White House party crashers is that days later Obama announced escalation of the war in Afghanistan to help keep us safe from terrorists.
I mean, isn't there a sort of a disconnect there? On the one hand we're spending one million dollars per year per soldier to fight in no man's land halfway around the world, but while we're busy with that, two total yahoos walk right up to the President, the Vice President, and the leader of India with no security clearance whatsoever.
If terrorists had just thought of taking along a cute blonde and crashing a White House party, Nancy Pelosi would be President right now.
Yes, the obsession with being famous is frightening. I'm old enough to remember the days when people dreamed of being famous FOR something.
For instance, a little girl might dream of being a ballerina, or a novelist, or an Olympic athlete. Those dreams might have been unrealistic, but at least they meant the little girl had aspirations to do something worthwhile, even if she didn't reach the heights she dreamed of.
Apparently these days, a majority of little girls just want to be famous, period. And they're more likely to try to achieve that by stunts, because that's what they see working, than by doing something worthwhile. Sad.
I have to say this topic has arrived awfully late. I think there's always been some element of that among humans, but we should've realized as Survivor, The Real World and American Idol type shows reared their ugly heads that the whole thing has gotten completely out of control.
It's not just America. It's happening in a lot of Countries.
Here, a lot of ladies hang out where ever Footballers are, so they can get a "Kiss n Tell" story out of it and sadly it happens. I think the last big story in the UK was Ashley Cole (Chelsea football player) with a girl he met in a bar.
They tried it with David Beckham (Rebecca Loo) but he was lucky it didn't bring him down.
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