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Changing Channels

One of the more fun things about doing a blog is getting feedback from readers.

If you don’t get feedback, after all, you wonder why bother writing ’em?

Kate Gosselin is responsible for pushing my comments well over 100 since I started this blog with news of the demise of her show Kate Plus 8.

Kate Gosselin

Most people indicated they wouldn’t miss the TLC program, but thankfully a few showed empathy and/or sympathy for what has happened to her life.

“I do agree that the fame and the money went to Kates head maybe now she and the kids can have a real life…” wrote Joe about the situation.

The most powerful comment may have come from Patricia: “I hope she finds what she is looking for, because money and fame won’t bring happiness. Maybe she needs to start over in that church she used to take the kids to. This time on her knees.”

Readers were justifiably even more passionate over the Casey Anthony matter, in which a Florida woman was found not guilty for the murder of her daughter, Caylee.
“A message to all young people in their teens and 20s, having a child is a major responsibility, that a child’s life and health are your sole responsibility and you will answer for it,” wrote Liz.
Norma, meanwhile, tugged at my heartstrings: “What has happened to our justice system. I have ask God to ease my heart. But I just feel like Caylee didn’t mean anything to these people.”
Other topics that struck a nerve or drew interest here were on Tracy Morgan and Charlie Sheen. The 30 Rock star made controversial and insensitive comments about homosexuals, while the latter became known more for than his show Two and A Half Men.
The links to all four stories are to the right of this post if you haven’t read them yet.
Thanks for writing in too, I feel this blog is a success “story” because  of you readers.
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