Friday, October 28, 2005 I turned the dial of the TV a few moments ago, Dr Phil had some drug addicts on the show and if it wasn’t for the fact I’m so fed up with a junkie that’s been harassing me I probably wouldn’t have changed the channel, anyway, I saw Bette on stage singing a song and left it there, after she was finished with the song who do you suppose comes out on stage to congratulate or thank her but Martha Stuart and I’m thinking hum… I guess this means they give talk shows to just about anyone these days don’t they, which is really kind of a slap in the face to folks such as Ellen Degenerous Whom I discovered just this year wile spending a couple of weeks in the hospital also whom by the way I think is really pretty good, so good in fact I continued tuning in to see the show even after I left the hospital. I don’t know what it is about Martha, other than the fact her smile to me seems so pre practiced that her sincerity or in this case lack of, is revealed, and I simply don’t get a very good feeling about or from her when I see or think of her. To tell the truth I was actually glad the feds pegged her even though her stint in prison was basically nothing more than a slap on the wrist compared to what someone that wasn’t famous would have got. I think it’s good for the mass public to see someone such as Martha get stuck like she did. It seems to give folks a since that sometimes justice is or at least can be justice for all, after all. Gee, seeing Bette on a Martha Stuart talk show ether means Martha is desperately trying to get someone of quality on her show, or, Bette is really desperately trying to push her new album, and took the spot to showcase her songs. I can’t imagine Bette being that desperate but you never know. Maybe her separation from the sole has left her without.
Hey Martha, don’t be so cheap, let go of some of that money and sponsor one of the gardens Bette was telling you about even though you won’t get any thing other than a good feeling out of it. Well, in your case you probably won’t get the good feeling ether but so what, others will. Stephen Wayne Reno