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MARTHA'S FREEEEEEEEE! Posted on 03-04-2005

IgnoranceIsBliss
Dallas, TX
Yep, my girl Martha Stewart is now free woman! I really like her and her show. I used to love getting up in the summer at 9am to watch her show. I hope she changes for the better and I wish her continued success. I'm so happy my girl is free!
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IgnoranceIsBliss from Dallas, TX replied on 03-04-2005 01:07AM [Reply]

Matsuo Takumi wrote:
changes?....what changes....marta is just another innocent white woman wanting that green...she did nothing wrong in my eyes.... and she is not free yet...she still has 5 months of house arrest and can't leave the house no more than 48 hours a week...(Doctor,Grocery Shopping,Church)...and she has a ankle bracelet on at all times....... But hey >=\....it's a start
I meant free out of jail :roll:
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IgnoranceIsBliss from Dallas, TX replied on 03-04-2005 01:16AM [Reply]

Sweety, I watched CNN all night as well. I know the details. You didn't correct me, she IS free out of jail.
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CHiladelphia replied on 03-04-2005 09:38AM [Reply]
She's gonna be so famous now
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replied on 03-04-2005 09:54AM [Reply]
F--k Martha Stewart. She lied about cheating folks out of money for her own financial security. If the average working Joe did that, the Feds/IRS would fry his/her ****. But famous people are held to such lower standards when it comes to monetary responsibility. Nothing short of sickening. Look at those Enron/Halliburton ****. Do you realize how many of their working employees lost their life savings over some other rich persons greed? The situation with Martha isn't much different.
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SC_Shawty from Columbia, SC replied on 03-04-2005 10:11AM [Reply]

Kool™ in High Definition wrote:
F--k Martha Stewart. She lied about cheating folks out of money for her own financial security. If the average working Joe did that, the Feds/IRS would fry his/her ****. But famous people are held to such lower standards when it comes to monetary responsibility. Nothing short of sickening. Look at those Enron/Halliburton ****. Do you realize how many of their working employees lost their life savings over some other rich persons greed? The situation with Martha isn't much different.
Lol....well said
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IgnoranceIsBliss from Dallas, TX replied on 03-04-2005 10:27AM [Reply]

Kool™ in High Definition wrote:
F--k Martha Stewart. She lied about cheating folks out of money for her own financial security. If the average working Joe did that, the Feds/IRS would fry his/her ****. But famous people are held to such lower standards when it comes to monetary responsibility. Nothing short of sickening. Look at those Enron/Halliburton ****. Do you realize how many of their working employees lost their life savings over some other rich persons greed? The situation with Martha isn't much different.
Well she didn't cheat me out of anything, so she still my girl. Only one man she got to answer to. Hopefully she got right with Him. Can't wait for her new show. Hopefully, she's learned her lesson. Oh well, go Martha!
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Hahaha replied on 03-04-2005 02:05PM [Reply]
yeah!!! dayum 5 months done went by that quick? i wonder if she was dyking up in that camp...got all these tatoos n sh!t...but she gotta be on house arrest for another 5 moths...too....(tasia)
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boygimmedat from South Orange, NJ replied on 03-04-2005 03:03PM [Reply]

Dat_SouthCak_Chick wrote:
Kool™ in High Definition wrote:
F--k Martha Stewart. She lied about cheating folks out of money for her own financial security. If the average working Joe did that, the Feds/IRS would fry his/her ****. But famous people are held to such lower standards when it comes to monetary responsibility. Nothing short of sickening. Look at those Enron/Halliburton ****. Do you realize how many of their working employees lost their life savings over some other rich persons greed? The situation with Martha isn't much different.
Lol....well said
cosigns
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baby_diva_04 replied on 03-04-2005 03:13PM [Reply]
Dat_SouthCak_Chick wrote:
Kool™ in High Definition wrote:
F--k Martha Stewart. She lied about cheating folks out of money for her own financial security. If the average working Joe did that, the Feds/IRS would fry his/her ****. But famous people are held to such lower standards when it comes to monetary responsibility. Nothing short of sickening. Look at those Enron/Halliburton ****. Do you realize how many of their working employees lost their life savings over some other rich persons greed? The situation with Martha isn't much different.
Lol....well said
cosigns...and that 5 months did go by pretty quick. I saw her gettin on a plane last night on CNN and was like, wtf? Good behavior? I think it's funny how she was in that nice **** prison. Did they even have real cells? They were talking to this black woman who was in there with her and she was like, "one night on the salad bar, we had cucumber salad." What the hell? Salad bar?
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