Tuesday, February 28, 2006

the other one can't add up

I bagged Victoria Beckham for not reading a book in her life back on 15 August 2005.

Now it is David Beckham's turn. He told the UK's The Mail on Sunday Life magazine that he found his six year old son Brooklyn's maths homework difficult.

Just as well he is good at soccer/football and earning lots of money which they spend extravagantly. He will dread the day when he will need to keep to a budget. At least he can read to his children and Victoria can do maths.


Damn,what comes after 2, is it 3 or 5?

At least in that marriage, Posh and Becks complement each other with half a brain each!

Reported in - The Mail on Sunday

*As always, please check out Cooper and Camilla who always have interesting things to say.

........ooooooooOOOOOOOOoooooooo........

I had a good day today, napping on my mat on the deck, and also on my human's lap. Come to think of it, he didn't do much today, but I helped him to watch Commander In Chief. How cool would it be to have a real woman in the White House as president?

I was finally given a raw corn fed chicken wing for dinner. Woohoo. The tinned pink salmon might be good for breakfast, but for dinner and another breakfast (3 meals in a row) was too much. Variety man, variety!

keisercat@wildmail.com

4 Comments:

Blogger Molly said...

Sad isn't it? I think it's deplorable when the media can excuse the stupidity of a public figure, instead of pointing out their ignorance. With as much money as they are making, they should buy themselves an education, or at the very least, a good tutor for their child so (s)he has a decent chance at an intelligent existence

Wednesday, 01 March, 2006  
Blogger Keiser said...

actually those comments were all mine. but i wasn't excusing his stupidity, honestly. just balancing my catty remarks with a positive.

Wednesday, 01 March, 2006  
Blogger Molly said...

Oh Keiser! I wasn't directing my comment toward you, you lovely kitty! I was stating (not very clearly) my frustration at media (particulary USA, since that's what I have the most experience with)giving stars a pass on stupidity. Sorry for the confusion!

Wednesday, 01 March, 2006  
Anonymous Barbara said...

How cool would it be to have a real human being in the White House, of any gender, with a heart and a brain- just two things that have been left out of the current occupant. ( along with a spine, balls etc.)

Tuesday, 07 March, 2006  

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