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Friday, April 4, 2008
In 1964, three young ladies from the Brewster Projects of Detroit, Michigan had their first # 1 single with "Where Did Our Love Go"-- Florence Ballard, Diana Ross and Mary Wilson, known as the Supremes.Throughout their careers, they had 12 # 1 hits. They were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.The Supremes have an overwhelming number of fans all over the world. These fans were and still are forever faithful. Diana Ross, Mary Wilson and Cindy Birdsong appeared at the Frontier Hotel in Las Vegas on January 14, 1970. This was, sadly, the last time we saw the ladies perform together. We, the fans, firmly believe that Diana, Mary and Cindy should reunite—just one last time. This reunion should not focus only on one Supreme but all three-equally. The fans simply wish that the Supremes’ last song, “Someday We’ll Be together” will become a reality—literally. As fervent fans we deserve this! Even though I initiated this petition drive,I have discussed this issue with Ms. Mary Wilson, and she assured me that she backs the reunion idea 100%, and I have her blessings.Do it, Ladies!
We, the undersigned Supremes fans, ask Diana Ross, Mary Wilson and Cindy Birdsong to reunite-- just one last time. We want that word "Someday" from their last # 1 hit, "Someday We'll Be Together", to become a reality as soon as possible.
Monday, February 11, 2008
Friday, February 8, 2008
Wednesday, January 30, 2008
SOUL queen Diana Ross was booed by 40,000 fans at a Jamaican festival for refusing to allow her performance to be shown on big screens at the side of the stage. Reportedly paid £150,000 for the gig, she was jeered when organisers told the audience that "to honour Miss Ross's wishes, she will not be shown on the monitors". She must have been scared fans would see her mascara run.
Was it live or was it Memorex?
Thursday, January 17, 2008
What is tubal ligation?Tubal ligation is a surgical procedure designed to make a woman sterile by cutting, tying, clipping, cauterizing or blocking the fallopian tubes so sperm can't reach an egg and fertilize it. The surgery is considered permanent (even though it's occasionally reversible), so most states require a 30-day waiting period before you can schedule it. Prices vary, but expect to pay between $1,000 to $2,500. Most insurance companies will cover at least part of the cost of the procedure.
What good is wining all alone in your room?
Come see the drunkards play.
Life is a Cabernet, old mum,
Come to the Cabernet.
Stop all the pitting,
And grape squashing in the room.
Time for a trip today
Life is Cabernet, old mum,
Come to the Cabernet.