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Timeout Island: The fascination with Jennifer Aniston's single life.

Trapped in the past, Dr. Beckett finds himself leaping from life to life, putting things right that once went wrong, and hoping each time that his next leap will be the leap home.

From People.com: If the recent, extensive renovation of Jennifer Aniston’s Beverly Hills home is any indication, it doesn’t seem like the actress is in any rush to settle down.

Really? I mean, really?!. What is the big effing deal that Ms. Aniston is still Ms. Aniston? The fascination with her being single is still news-worthy? I don’t get it.

Look, I’m sure that Jen doesn’t do all that much to not bring attention like this to herself and she probably enjoys it more than a little bit: the cameras, the write-ups in glossy magazines and the checks handed over to her for allowing the public to get a glimpse on the work she has done to her “Zen-influenced home “. But the words “single”, “on her own” and “no longer guy-friendly” are never more than a sentence away from her.

What’s going to happen when this black widow finally snares a feeble male in her sticky web? The media will say how she has finally found love and her life is complete (vom!) and then they will wait…wait..wait..for any signs of trouble and devour her like hyena’s upon a bloated hippo carcass.

Like this, but with more bloodshed.

So, People Magazine and all that, leave her alone! Give the girl a rest, will ya?!

And I’m not even that big of a fan. Although she was great in Quantum Leap.


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  1. Steve Cynical
    February 4, 2010 at 10:17 am

    You’re right, the media should just go away and stop covering stupid stories about celebrities…we should put them on an island or something

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