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Toxic personalities and their quirks
Posted by: mcq on Thursday, September 13, 2007

What is it with this seeming trend toward tell-all books by marginal personalities?
Rosie O’Donnell used to break her own limbs with either a baseball bat or a wooden hanger when she was a child.

This revelation, as well as many about her experiences on "The View" last year, is contained in a new book she’s written due shortly called “Celebrity Detox.”
Tell me, given what you've seen of her ... does this really surprise anyone?
She broke her own bones, she recalls, “my hands and fingers usually. No one knew. It was a secret.” She used a Mets baseball bat she got on bat day or the hanger. Why? It was “proof I had some value, enough to be fixed.” She recalls that she was no longer sad about her mother’s death, but “distracted.”
Oh, well hell, she's a Met's fan. Now it all makes sense.
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Oh, well hell, she’s a Met’s fan. Now it all makes sense
Strange....she knows little enough about baseball to be a Braves fan ;)
Written By: shark
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Not a fan of Rosie, of course, but better a Mets fan than a Yankees fan.
Written By: kevin r
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please. There hasn’t been a useful franchise in New York since the Dodgers left Brooklyn.
Written By: Joel C.
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And so, this person, thinks she ought to be giving other people advice on who to select for our leadership, how to raise our kids, etc.

Oh boy!
Written By: looker
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Actually, I think it is good to know what Rosie thinks is good and right.

You just ask yourself, "what would Rosie do?". Then you do the opposite.
Written By: Don
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You just ask yourself, "what would Rosie do?". Then you do the opposite.
"Be sure you’re right
and then go-ahead
It’s up to you,
don’t do,
what Rose O’Donnell says"

apologies to old Davy Crockett fans out there.
Written By: looker
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Okay, that explains her arms and legs and fingers and stuff. What about that face? What the heck did she do to it?
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