“In the video I can see that Paris inherited some of the best physical traits of her biological mother, Debbie Rowe. You can see them in good photos of Rowe from 16+ years ago. Rowe has a much stronger chin than Paris, a good thing for Paris, IMO. For those who wonder about Paris's nose, to me it looks like Rowe's without Rowe's exaggerated tip. Paris is only 14, though, and her face will continue to change naturally as she matures.
I think Prince looks a bit like his father's side of the family. Blanket is so much younger, shorter, and doesn't share the same mother--that's got to be tough. It's impossible to know what's going on inside any of these children, but Blanket's face (and name) speak volumes.
But what do I know? I hope he proves me wrong, and above all I hope they don't listen to any of us. Only they can know who they are and who they're meant to be.”
briellie on Oct 13, 2012 at 23:01:51
“Who is the biological father?”
Javida on Oct 13, 2012 at 22:49:19
“Blanket is the boy's baby nickname that, for whatever reason, the family still call him by. His given name is Prince Micheal II.”
“Not entirely true. In high school (1970-73 - Northern Ohio) my friends and I discussed what policies were most progressive, not most liberal. It stayed with me. I don't know about elsewhere, at other times in political history.
I still prefer progressive to liberal because to me it says more. E.g., environmental conservation is based on one way of being conservative (not liberal), and it's a progressive position. To me, 'progressive' has meaning different than liberal.”
“As well, people think that cats don't need as much attention. They may not require attention to live, but they thrive on the right kind of affection and attention, and most will return it in kind -- as long as they've not been too traumatized.
People who go away and leave their cat or cats alone for 1-2 weeks with a neighbor to feed and water them are missing the deep bond of affection of which cats are capable.”
“"Maybe it's his way of qualifying his fan base." Interesting thought!”
DoubtingTobi on Apr 7, 2012 at 20:16:28
“One really has to read between the lines with a lot of what Keith says and get the story within the story to put things in the context he's intending. I enjoy the depth and I see a lot of his other fans do as well. His critics, on the other hand including Current TV execs at this point, take what he says at immediate face value and they completely lose the context, perhaps deliberately to smear him among the simple folk ofttimes. Maybe it's why he has such a huge following of anti-fans as well who are frustrated with Keith getting under their skin and not being able to understand how. Here's to hoping.”
I'm disappointed for both parties, but I really feel bad for viewers. Myself, I've got Olbermann-conflict fatigue. This stands apart from legitimate legal issues, which should play out in the legal system.
Two observations: 1) Current was a rebound relationship for KO; and 2) KO is capable of being egotistical AND self-deprecating/satirical simultaneously. But someone's gonna have to clue me into the send-up in a name like Olbermann Broadcasting Empire, Inc.”
DoubtingTobi on Apr 6, 2012 at 00:35:44
“Here's Keith's explanation of his corporate name: https://twitter.com/#!/KeithOlbermann/status/188079226635816960