Goodrum wrote:MKB:The Pygmalion Project: Volume III - The Idealist, page 154
"I was taught how to kiss by an artisan. Of that I am sure. You want to do it, you feel like doing it, but how the hell?
He showed me. At 13 yo, he "knew" how to go about it, what felt good, what felt good back...the actual logictics of cordinating two cerebellums to lock in...
mkb32 wrote:Stellar, don't "F" the Idealists.
The passion makes us vulnerable.
Too many emotions in the "F" for you to deal with.
christina wrote:;) Funny, Michelle. Stellar, you're on your own.But the sad thing is, Brad the Artisan has said recently in an interview that he's just getting tired of the marriage and needs a fresh start. The whole stardom culture doesn't propagate long-lasting marriages, it seems. But it's really sad when that's the reason you give everyone for needing a break. I'm sure he probably came into the relationship with the assumption that they had an understanding: this is not forever. And Healer Angelina, being attentive, never really made it clear what she wanted? Of course she's done this before with Billy Bob. Maybe she might do better with a less well-known star? Of course they might just use her to become more famous.
Let's not dump on brad for wanting a fresh start..... I think that's a heartfelt problem Artisans experience and, besides, raising a million kids is....tiring Relationships can get really complicated. Perhaps I'm a little biased? I'm too sympathetic?
Well, I guess I don't care, I still get my service of entertainment
No, I'm sympathetic to it too, believe me. I know the potential I have for doing the same exact thing. It'd still be sad, though, doncha think? Especially if I were married to a Healer who could get potentially be very hurt by it.
ANGELINA JOLIE: I’ve been able to travel the world with the UN under the guise, you know I’m somebody who has that good fortune of being able to shed light on situations in the world that I think can use more attention so I’m able to go places with a with a purpose, and with a kind of strong sense of being able to accomplish something. So that’s been the greatest thing for me.
ANGELINA JOLIE: I can’t tell you stories without crying or something. You know there’s so, there are just so many. It really changed my life drastically. The first time I went to a war zone and went to Sierra Leone, and I wasn’t a goodwill ambassador and I wasn’t with cameras and I just went and I spent a few weeks, and I saw what what real suffering is and I saw what real survival and real strength of character and really amazing people in situations in the world that I understood there was a great deal I did not know and that I was quite ignorant in many ways.
I never wake up worried about silly things anymore and my children are healthy and I can feed them. I’m very very grateful and I feel of use to something that is more important than just getting up and going about the day like I used to. So it changed me drastically.
ANGELINA JOLIE: No we have tried to kind of let’s go, now mummy and daddy just want some time. We’re going to read, go to your room, we really got some work to do tonight, we’re going to take a bath, we’re going to, and before you know it whether we’re trying to read in bed or we’re sitting in the bath just the little door opens, and one comes in and the other comes in and every morning we wake up with about half of them just there.
ANGELINA JOLIE: I had been a single Mum, I’d been married before and then I was kind of in a similar way. I mean I had a little boy but I was kind of in a stage of my life where I felt like I had tried marriage, I’m on my own, I’m raising my kid and my kid’s my life and and I guess I’m just going to be on my own and this is what it’s going to be, so I wasn’t looking for somebody to complete me in any way, but I met him and I just enjoyed my time with him, more than I enjoyed being alone suddenly.
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