Fair enoughHomeFamily Values by Mike Cunningham September 27, 2011 9 1 min 11 yrs Tweet As a matter of fact, I appreciate the manner of a man who speaks exactly as he finds! Click to rate this post![Total: 0 Average: 0] Family Values Post navigation Previous postNext post 9 thoughts on “Fair enough” Bangor farmer tells superstar Rihanna to ‘cover up’ There are no more stars. Everyone is a ” superstar ” There are no more models. They’re all ” supermodels ” This isn’t a blog. It’s a ” superblog “ “Superstar Rihanna”? Never heard of her. Pete – count your blessings. She is all over our “entertainment” news in the US. She can’t keep her clothes on! Thing is, I quite like her voice! She is lovely. Would I want to sc** her? Maybe. Could I fall in love with her? That’s a very different matter. What I find so depressing is that more and more young women seem to be content to be regarded as sexually desirable “objects” rather than people with talent, intelligence, gentleness, vulnerability and loyalty. I find it sad because about a hundred years ago women fought to get the vote, and now some of their descendants are happy to be viewed as objects to sell ‘services’ or ‘products’. Well there you go Mahons. “And now the Entertainment News …” is my invite to turn over pronto. Concur Don’t get it So don’t get it She’s a typical obnoxious piece of well done meat. Just like her cronies from around the world it’s all about moola making and material collecting. I bet she’s about as friendly to the “common person” as a scorpion. Ergo, If I were the farmer I’d toss her fat bootie off my land and strongly advise her to get the Hell out of the country. Head for the Republic sweetie. They just love for blood-sucking bitches. Right Sinead O’Connor? Interesting report, including an exchange in the NI Assembly yesterday, about Rihanna, a lady out standing in her own field. http://edition.cnn.com/2011/09/27/showbiz/uk-rihanna-video/index.html?&hpt=hp_c2 Comments are closed.