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Monday, October 6, 2008

Boxing Lohan

Lindsay Lohan has been in a staple in American entertainment for a long time. She brought us Mean Girls which gave young boys gawking material for years. Lindsay has had a rough couple of years dealing with drug and alcohol abuse and recently, she came out of the closet (good for you Lindsay!). On September 14th she broke her nonpartisan stride to come out against Sarah Palin in the form of a myspace blog stating "Women have come a long way in the fight to have the choice over what we do with our bodies... And its frightening to see that a woman in 2008 would negate all of that". She went on to say "I have faith that this country will be all that it can be with the proper guidance. I really hope that all of you make your decisions based on the facts and what feels right to you in your heart-vote for Obama!"

You go Lindsay! We need more "impartial" celebrates to come out and voice their opinions.

Where can Lindsay Lohan's problems be traced back to? She had this to say about her father, who's spent time in jail and may have a secret 13 year old daughter in Montana, "It was always up and down, unpredictable. It was kind of just like whether my dad was going to be there, what he would be like. We didn't know what to expect from him, which was difficult. I knew so much at the age of 12 - I'd seen so much. So it's surprising to me that I got into certain things that I got into, because I knew not to." Michael Lohan has also called her relationship with DJ Samantha Ronson "hideous and disgusting".

Now you can help Lindsay get even with Michael by fighting him for charity which will be held on November 24,2008 at the Hilton Long Island in Melville. The highest bidder will get to go three rounds with Michael. Any one wishing to fight Michael Lohan in three rounds of boxing, can submit an offer to Bids to get in the ring with one of America's well known fathers are starting at $5,000. Certain rules and regulations apply based on height, age & weight and the guidelines of USA Boxing as well as the Long Island Fight for Charity. An interview process will take place after the bid is made.

I wonder if Lindsay will be bidding?

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