Is Taylor Swift a work-a-holic?
That's what one of her friends thinks, and they also think her massive successes DEFINITELY is running interference on her love life.
Here's what the friend said:
"All Taylor wants is to be loved, she’s a prisoner of her work. It takes up all of her time. She overworks relationships. She puts so much pressure on them, it ultimately kills the deal. Then she’s baffled as to why it didn’t work."
Obviously when Swift sets her sights on something - she embraces it into her life to the maximum!
But is that really such a bad thing? With regards to her music it definitely seems to be a plus! Considering her success and all.
The source adds:
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We can totally understand not wanting to die.
Not dying is usually the reason most people do anything they do. (Except maybe BASE jumpers and vampire hunters. LOLz!)
A man is on death row, due to die this coming January but he claims because of his
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This is wonderful!
Check out the news report (above) about Elizabeth Smart's announcement that she'll be getting married!
As a reminder, Elizabeth was kidnapped from her home in Utah back in 2002, and she was kept prisoner for 9 months.
She's been doing SUCH a great job with her recovery, and after hearing this exciting news, it seems more clear than ever before that she is going to be all right!
Congratulations, girl! We're SO happy for U!!!
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This is a sad demonstration of what's wrong in the US right now.
A man in North Carolina, Richard James Verone, was so desperate for medical treatment that he robbed a bank for one dollar.
Richard didn’t make a big scene as he calmly walked into the RBC Bank in Gastonia, North Carolina and handed the teller a note demanding money and informing him that he had a gun.
"The note said, 'This is a bank robbery. Please only give me one dollar.' I started to walk away from the teller then I went back and said, 'I'll be sitting right over there in the chair waiting for the police.'"
While his actions seem crazy, Richard had a good reason: He needed health care. He didn’t have any insurance to cover the medical costs that he needed for a growth on his chest, ruptured discs and a problem with his left foot.
So he decided to try to get free health care in prison.
It turns out we've had universal health care all along! It was just hiding in jails!
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