oh boo-hoo another giant celebrity role model gets caught in the lens of media tattlers looking like the common man that he is. help! i've fallen from cultural grace and i can't get up!
it's america's favorite sport, lampooning its fallen heroes. we hold em up on pedestals, just to watch em fall as we knock em down. celebrity has its own special challenges methinks.
oh, pardon me, what was i thinking......we have a responsibility to our youth to maintain our image of hypocrisy, don't we? to continue to project impossible moral standards on them. so what if a few are sacrificed on the altar of suicide as they struggle in failure to adjust by reconciling the warring tendencies inherent in the cleavage of the moral code of this great nation.
Just because you MIGHT lose the chance to make shaving cream commercials
yes, michael *phelps*, those succulent breasteses look mighty tempting, eh?
oh, the things we do to ensure the contraction of today and tomorrow.
why can't you just say, 'oh, well, ya caught me! i'm still a good swimmer, but you're just a tattletale prone to sensationalizing people's private lives....... hey why don't you get a life....'
yea, i'd love to see the media's response to that.