Tuesday, May 12, 2009

When I was a child...

...I spoke as a child; I understood as a child; I thought as a child...

Most people when they grow up, they stop acting like children. They maintain thoughtful control of their words and respond with dignity. They take charge of their emotions and don't spew them out in public for the world to view. Being an adult requires some actual thought and decorum and remembrance that our actions and our words speak volumes about the kind of fans we are. Ask yourself this question: if the media printed the conversations that go on in the Manilow world would you be proud or ashamed?

...but when I became a man (or woman) I put away childish things.

Can we please just act like adults ONE day in the Manilow world? Is it too much to ask?

Texas Fan


you begin again.... said...

Too much to ask.



texas_fan said...

I knew that before I ever asked the question. As Martin Sheen used to say in West Wing..."what's next?"

Anonymous said...

I have not been on Manilow network for quite a while now, so I am out of the loop, but I can guess by your blog the nuffs are mouthing off again. To answer your question, if the media printed what was on the Manilow network would I be ashamed, blood oath, I would be, hence the reason I don't waste the precious time in my day looking out this site. Been said so many times but these people so need to GROW UP!!!!

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