Fandango’s provocative question #35

Do you believe public figures (e.g., politicians, celebrities, athletes, authors) — or anyone, actually — should be judged by today’s standards for their words or actions from decades earlier? Why or why not?
A short and simple answer to this! I do! I think they should be held accountible for the things they say! Always!
They are in the public eye, its important that they are seen to live up to appropriate standards, and just because they are in the public eye, it doesnt mean they can say whatever they want, whenever they so choose to do so!
Some people will always judge others though, its in their nature, and public figures are no exception! Some people are just not nice people, plain and simple!
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QUESTION OF THE DAY FROM LIZ…

HI GUYS
WELL IM BORED, AND SO THOUGHT I’D POST.
FOR NOW MY ANXIETY HAS DISAPATED, THANK FUCK. IM SOOO RELIEVED. CAN DO WITHOUT THAT SHIT TONIGHT.
SO FOR ALL OF YOU WATCHING THE ROYAL WEDDING TODAY? DID YOU SEE VICTORIA BECKAM? SHE WAS IN THE CHURCH, AT THE SERVICE.
WELL THEY SHOWED A PIC OF HER WALKING IN, AND SHE NEVER SMILED! MY DAD SAID SHE CONSTANTLY LOOKS DEPRESSED AND SAD.
DID ANYONE ELSE SEE HER PICTURE, OR DO YOU THINK VICTORIA BECKAM NEVER SMILES? IM JUST CURIOUS. I DID NOT KNOW THAT ABOUT HER!
WELL THATS MY LITTLE QUESTION OF THE DAY FOR ALL YOU LOVELY PEOPLE AND ANSWER IF YOUR FEELING LIKE IT!

LIZ