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Another week?


At least one more. Unfortunately there are not enough rational thinking adults to make up for the teenyboppers who have lost their minds but not their phones.

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Sharon said…
Hi Deanna! I'm another A/G Pastor's wife from Indiana. I've been reading your blog (via RSS feed) for about a month or so. I just couldn't resist commenting on Sanjaya. I too just posted about him on my blog. If you get a chance, stop by and view it. Blessings! ~Sharon~
Anonymous said…
I hate to admit it, though - if cell phones and American Idol had been around in the late 80's/early 90's, I, too, may have voted for the trainwreck that is Sanjaya! I was a fan of New Kids on the Block, after all :o). For now, I'm just enjoying all the awards that keep pouring in for Jennifer Hudson after her dis from Simon!!
I dunno...I loved a lot of sappy groups too but I honestly do not get what girls see in Sanjaya. I think he's kind of feminine...sort of that creepy "Michael Jackson" sort of look and mannerisms. I see the absolute attraction with Blake (he's AWESOME!)and the other kid..can't think of his name right now but the Timberlake-like kid. The attraction just oozes from these two boys...but SANJAYA? I dunno Leanne...even if it were back then I think I mighty have thought him strange.

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