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Who hates Britteny Spears???

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Ok I know it's so passe to go on about hating these crappy pop stars. But Brittney Spears really is the worst of a bad bunch.

a.) She's not that attractive. I mean she's ok, but you really lose faith in humanity when she appears top of some 'Hottest girl' poll. I bet most of the women on here are more attractive than her.

b.)She's clearly very stupid. I mean most pop stars are pretty stupid. But compare her to anyone, like Xtina or that new one what' her name...Jojo. They at least seem to know what they're doing to some extent..if you know what I mean...look she's clearly a total dunce ok.

c.)Her voice is total shite. When I here most pop stars sing, I think 'Overated, but I probably couldn't sing like that'. But when I here Brittney sing, I think I could do better, even after chain cmoking Malboro Reds.

d.)THe voice distortion makes her sound even dumber.

e.)She has legs like an olympic shot putter. What does she do, carry cows up hills on her back.

f.)She looks like my little brother.

g.)She supports Bush, without even explaining why.

h.)Her songs just are the epitome of pop garbage. Every other so called artist, has at least tried something remotely original. Tried a bit of crossover, or unique sampling. Brittney still has that ridiculous 'over produced' sound, that reminds me of Sonic the Hedgehog, and should have died with the Spice Girls.

Her only appeal is that she looks easy. Men can fantasise over her while they jerk off, and still think that they're being realistic. Trust me that's what so many guys have said to me. You can't exactly jerk off over Nicole Kidman can you?
Think about it, all that fame and money is generated by male masturbation.
For God's sake just use some real porn, or get a girlfriend, then we wont' have to suffer this stupid little girl anymore.
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I grew up in a town with about 200,000 people and a metropolitan area close to 500,000. I disagree with you, Ziggs, in saying these towns have no character. There is plenty of character and pride in these towns. Ninnu, your question, "what is wrong with small towns?", is kind of vague but I think I know what you are getting at. As opposed to Europe, the U.S. is frickin' huge in land mass. With the exception of the Mid-east/Northeast and Western California, there is so much space between big cities that they are all very different from one another- dialects, customs, everything. So, people from the North are always making fun of people from the South and vice versa. People from big cities are making fun of people from small towns for being ******** and misinformed.

People from small towns, especially in less densely popualated states, are generally not as connected with the rest of the country. they are more isolated and less cultured.

But, to answer your question, I don't think there is anything wrong with small towns. They are just different. When you get outsiders and big wigs from the city coming into these towns, they are kind of culture-shocked, and look down upon it.
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I've been to Knoxville, and I'll agree that I was very surprised at how active and distinct the town actually was, for its size. I see an overall homogenization of American culture as a whole through various media outlets, increased speed of transportation. Rural areas pretty much have the same type of person throughout the country. I see Pennsylvania as Pittsburgh, Philadelphia and what we like to call Pennsytucky (just a reference to Kentucky and the fact that there are no major cities) and this region is comparable to any rural area in the US.

American city culture used to be totally different in the past, from city to city. I, however, notice very little distinction from every urban area i've visited. I've visited the south plenty of times and their big cities (Atlanta, Housten, etc.) are all very similar to cities from the nirth, apart from climate.

I'm not saying that i'm right, its just a matter of how i look at things. I look at Europe and the masses of different countries and totally different cultures living side by side and compare it to the situation in the United States.
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Thanks Sleepingbeauty. Your post about Britney has really opened my eyes. :shock:
As far as big, big cities go, you're probably right. I've been to Atlanta hundreds of times and there is no feeling whatsoever of "The Old South" at all. That's especially true if you are just checking out downtown and the other happening parts surrounding downtown. Lots of professional people from the North, a large gay community. Atlanta's metropolitan area is enormous and the further you get from downtown the more southern it gets. That sort of character is probably true with every major U.S. city

Kentucky has Louisville which is kind of big.-close to a mil w/metro. Lexington- not so big. Ain't crap there otherwise.
I think Britney's songs are like disposable ware, which you use when you are too lazy to polish your silver. So listen once or twice but keep the environment in mind too. I think she is pretty, wouldn't say she's dumb, maybe she is just a girl, interrupted.

shes not a girl. not yet a woman.

a dude perhaps?

then again if you watch this, you might think shes an alien. :shock: ... reasts.asp
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I will admit I think "Toxic" is a respectable song. Everything else is crap.
Britney here is such old news,nobody mentions her much any more but that Jessica Simpson,I'd say she'd be the most hated current pop star,closely followed or is it neck to neck with Paris Hilton who is not a pop star but a whatever she is.

She's got a great stylist though,every young girl wants to dress like Paris or Nicole Richie.

I was so surprised when I first heard Chritistina A sing,she's not bad,not bad at all.........she could use stylist ,what's with the make up :roll:
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