Friday, March 04, 2005

Martha is Back on the Streets

So...Martha has done her time.

I usually don't talk about these kinds of current events issues, but this one just seemed to be worth mentioning. I have to wonder if she really learned anything while she was in there about "real people?" Women who don't have huge bank accounts to tap into at any time; no portfolio to diversify; probably no job to go back to, kids to feed, health issues, family members with problems, poor living conditions... What is the domestic diva's advice to someone who is not planning a themed dinner party - just trying to make ends meet? Is she now going to produce an episode on how to entertain with food stamps and government cheese? That's what I want to know?
Did Martha learn anything?

Now, I realize she wasn't exactly doing her time at Riker's, but I think it's a good thing that she had to spend some quality time with people a bit different than her whom she could, presumably, not control. Maybe she'll start advocating projects that real people can actually pull off themselves.

Time will tell.


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