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  1. phil says

    It doesn’t look to me like he had anything to do with putting it out, it went out on its own. He’s not looking as handsome as he used to be, is he?

  2. says

    I am deeply conflicted about the torch and the protest; as their are two sides to every story.

    As far as Ian, he looks great because he did not say he has a problem with himself.

    My grandfather always said,”When you comment on someone’s looks it is based on how you want to see them and not how they are; they don’t look bad they just don’t look like you want them to.

  3. Jimmyboyo says

    Didn’t the ancient greeks consider such a bad omen and would quietly kill off said offender in the hopes of averting the bad omen?

    :-)

    Ian wouldn’t have lasted in the classical era. What a waste

  4. James says

    “My grandfather always said,”When you comment on someone’s looks it is based on how you want to see them and not how they are; they don’t look bad they just don’t look like you want them to.”

    Why is anyone famous featured here always first valued or devalued by how hot they are, used to be or should be? It seems to be the single defining factor in determining many peoples’ opinion here is looks. People who should be admired are dismissed because they don’t look like movie stars, and creeps are lionized because they are somewhat attractive.

    Yes, he saved an entire school of orphans from a burning building, but he’s not hot…and look how old he looks…

    Yes, he killed 12 women by burning them alive, but what a hottie….WOOF!

  5. Sayke says

    According to some Australian news sources, pro-China demonstrators have outnumbered pro-Tibet ones, and have been responsible for the majority of violence in Canberra, beating down anyone with pro-Tibet messages and tearing down their banners. And apparently the police say they’re unable to stop them.

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