"Some of us learn from other people's mistakes and the rest of us have to be other people."
I thought Julia Roberts and her family live on a ranch in Arizona.
The cure for boredom is curiosity. There is no cure for curiosity. Dorothy Parker, (attributed)
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GO 49ERS! GO OREGON DUCKS! (It's that time of year again.)
KatesMom, I agree with you that there are justified times that a celebrity parent would allow pictures of their kids. What I'm talking about is a parent who makes sure that all the paparazzi knows what school their child goes to, what park they play in, and which day of the week they go to a particular library in order to make sure there will always be photographers there. Then, said celebrity laments to the world that their poor children have no privacy when the truth is the lack of privacy is the creation of the parent and not the paparazzi. Truthfully, a lot of the paparazzi are relatively lazy people. THey don't spend a great deal of time hunting celebrities down, but rather get phone calls with a lead so they head to a location.
Julia Roberts has several homes. One is just outside of Taos NM, another in Venice CA and an apt in NYC. My son and DIL live in Taos and see her occasionally. In interviews she talks as if Taos is her "home."
Mia Farrow reveals to Vanity Fair magazine that her son with Woody Allen is possibly the bio son of the late Frank Sinatra.
Mia Farrow Says Woody Allen's Son May Be Frank Sinatra's Child (Report) - The Hollywood Reporter
He is good looking( nothing like Woody Allen)
The average dog is a nicer person than the average person
I don't think Andre Previn was bad looking man, but who cares? He was musical genius. Five women chose to marry him; Mia Farrow was the well-known of his wives.
I do think Roman looks a bit like Frank Sinatra in his younger days.
Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.
-- Benjamin Franklin, Historical Review of Pennsylvania, 1759
When you come to a fork in the road, take it.
-- Yogi Berra