When I was a kid, I thought Sally Field was smoking hot and as a young teenage boy, she was everything a wet dream was made of.
Fast foward 30 yrs, and I’m not sure if it’s the Osteoperosis drug Boniva that she is taking, or if she has foolishly strayed down the path that nearly everyone else in Hollyweird has taken that has caused this form of derangement that has become like a virus, infecting the minds of anyone who is a celebrity.
Accepting her Emmy on Sunday night for lead actress in a drama series (“Brothers and Sisters”), Sally Field stumbled halfway through, lost her train of thought, screeched at the audience to stop applauding so she could finish — and then was cut off by Fox censors as she stammered through an anti-war statement, The Associated Press reported.
“And, let’s face it, if the mothers ruled the world, there would be no . . .” Field said before Fox cut the sound and switched the camera view.
Backstage, Field told reporters that she wanted to recognize mothers who wait for their sons to come home from war. She added, however, that she “didn’t have a political agenda.”
The monthly pill Boniva, I thought was meant to treat Bone Loss in women, in the case of Sally Field and her shoot from the hip speech at the 2007 Emmy’s, it looks like the drug may cause “Boner Loss” in men when the women using Boniva open their mouths.
I may not be a mother, although I’ve been referenced as a mother(expletive) by many a person behind bars, but I am the father of an American Soldier in the US Army. My ex-wife and I are extremely proud of our son. Yes, we do worry as any loving and caring parent would. But proud of our soldier…..YES!
The star set of Hollyweird has taken it upon themselves to think that they speak for every American and with their inflated egos, they seem to think that their opinions have influence on the average everyday working schmuck in America.
Sally, you’re a great actress and at your advance stage in life, you are still sexy as hell, but please do me a favor. Like the Dixie Chicks before you, just shut up and sing! I don’t care about your opinion.
I think the makers of Boniva need to look into the psycotropic influence that a drug meant for treating Bone loss has on the mind of its users.