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    So then will they call their kids NorEaster?
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    Whoa, I hope she doesn't have placenta accreta, that is some scary stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by llamamama View Post
    Whoa, I hope she doesn't have placenta accreta, that is some scary stuff.
    I'll bet you she doesn't. It's just more fake fodder for their fake show, revolving around their fake lives.
    Maybe a doctor said, "I'm checking X to make sure you don't have Y", which is turned into fake drahma, where Kim tries really hard to force her overly botoxed face into a worried look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by idunno View Post
    I'll bet you she doesn't. It's just more fake fodder for their fake show, revolving around their fake lives.
    Maybe a doctor said, "I'm checking X to make sure you don't have Y", which is turned into fake drahma, where Kim tries really hard to force her overly botoxed face into a worried look.

    They have to, if there is no drama there is no episode. Everything is fake in that family. Everything. And they talk so sloooooooooooooooow. I aaaaaam sooooooo tiiiiiiiiiired
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    And the nasal whine. Ugh. Like, unlistenable.
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    Maybe she'll get toxemia, again, maybe she'll call it dropsy.
    I think I remember on the show her having to get part of her placenta removed surgical like a year after having North. Now, I've heard of retained placentas, but wouldn't it have killed her before that if were like embedded?
    She's only high risk when she chooses to be, real life isn't that way, Kim.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maryk View Post
    Maybe she'll get toxemia, again, maybe she'll call it dropsy.
    I think I remember on the show her having to get part of her placenta removed surgical like a year after having North. Now, I've heard of retained placentas, but wouldn't it have killed her before that if were like embedded?
    She's only high risk when she chooses to be, real life isn't that way, Kim.
    So true. If she is managed high risk, she wouldn't be flying all over, filming etc. She'd likely be spending a lot of time in bed.

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    ^ Not necessarily. I was high risk with both of my pregnancies. The first was because multiples are always high risk and the second was because I had another set of multiples plus had pre-E in my prior pregnancy. High risk, unless you're at risk of miscarrying or have a very serious medical condition that requires bed rest, just means more doctors appointments, ultrasounds, stress tests, etc. I never had to go on bed rest with either pregnancy. I lived my life totally normally including walking miles, visiting various prisons, flying, etc.
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    I was just so tired I couldn't fathom grocery shopping at the end on top of full time working, let alone a flight. How did you do it with older twins? I think I was mostly tired because of the constant contractions though.
    I think there's a cut off for travel though that she should be nearing. Though if her doctor is Dr. Crane that still calls pre-e toxemia....

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    Both of my pregnancies were pretty smooth, actually. I got pre-E at almost the end of my first one.
    I was induced immediately because of the pre-E, and things actually didn't turn bad for me until a couple of days after I came home from the hospital after giving birth and had to be re-hospitalized. My second pregnancy was easier than the first, but I was REALLY exhausted by the time I hit 8 months with my second set. Working was the worst part- I'm a lawyer and I am usually in court 4-5 days a week for 6-7 hours, on my feet CONSTANTLY. But I shouldn't complain as I was able to work until the end with both pregnancies.

    For me the hardest part was having 4 kids 3 and under. I was like a crazy person when the second set first came home. But, we knew in advance due to my family history that we were probably going to be in for multiples even before we had kids (right now there are 10 sets of twins on my dad's side, only one identical set), so at least we were mentally prepared.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rollo View Post
    And the nasal whine. Ugh. Like, unlistenable.
    their voices are soo dumb and annoyinngg
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    Dirty Money Secret! Kardashians Accused Of Spending $120K In Credit Card Fraud Scheme –– Read The Explosive Lawsuit

    The Kardashians have their hands on millions these days — but according to a shocking lawsuit kept hidden until now, they cheated and stole their way to fortune!
    RadarOnline.com has exclusively uncovered a SECRET lawsuit alleging that Kim, along with Kourtney, Khloe and Rob, used a former client’s credit card to rack up more than $120,000 in unauthorized charges.
    According to California Superior Court documents obtained by Radar, Sonja Norwood, the momager of singer Brandy and Kim‘s sex tape partner Ray J, says she gave the reality star, then her daughter’s personal stylist, the family’s American Express card to make ONE purchase in 2004.
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    However, “defendant Kim thereafter disclosed Plaintiff’s credit card number to members of her family, and Defendants… without permission or authority whatsoever, made charges to the Plaintiff’s credit card, claiming to be employed by Brandy or Plaintiff in one capacity or another,” Norwood said in the March 2008 papers.
    Though Sonja admitted that Kim was once hired as a shopper and Khloe was once her daughter’s personal assistant, she emphasized that they used the card without consent even after the employment ended!
    The Kardashian sister, along with little brother Rob, weren’t just picking up knick knacks here and there, according to Sonja: The entertainment manager claims the crew spent at least $62,793.83 on the card in 2006, and at least $57,841.82 in 2007.
    PHOTOS: 20 Most Ridiculous Moments From The Kardashians’ Reality Shows
    The siblings weren’t careful enough to cover their tracks, she added, claiming charges were made at the family’s boutiques, Dash and Smooch.
    “Defendants actually had the temerity to use Plaintiff’s credit card to charge thousands of dollars of purchases in their own stores,” Sonja fumed.
    She said she demanded the Kardashians pay her back for the outrageous purchases, but they “failed and refused.”
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    Sonja was seeking $825,000 in damages, along with 10% interest per year.
    She ended by slamming Kim for having “abused the trust and confidence” of the Norwood family.
    Two months later, a lawyer for Kim, Kourtney, Khloe and Rob filed papers denying any wrongdoing whatsoever.
    PHOTOS: Kleaning Up Their Act? 12 Photos Of The Kardashians Without Makeup
    In a shocking twist, Sonja requested the lawsuit be dismissed with prejudice in June 2009, suggesting the case was settled out of court.
    Sonja has not replied to Radar’s call for comment.
    There still seems to be bad blood between the two families: When Brandy was asked about her onetime confidante Kim last year, she said they were no longer friends and diplomatically explained they went in “different directions.”
    PHOTOS: On The Kourt Docket: 17 Times The Kardashians Were Sued
    Ray J has publicly mocked Kim on Twitter and bashed her in a recorded conversation with a radio host this year.

    Kardashians Accused Credit Card Fraud — Dark Money Secret Desperate To Hide | Radar Online
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    Uh oh. The secrecy klause has been broken!
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    I can't wait for Cosmo's clarification on what they really meant to say about the Klan.


    What Cosmopolitan's Kardashian Cover Says About Black Erasure in America

    Posted: 10/05/2015 10:52 am EDT Updated: 3 hours ago










    In the height of predominantly conservative presidential election campaigns and a regressive racial climate in the United States, the Kardashians have been coined "America's First Family" by Cosmopolitan on the magazine's November cover. This is no coincidence.
    The full story hasn't been released yet so perhaps the term is describing the Kardashians as the "first family" of social media, appropriation or reality television in America. These are presumptions and hypothetical alternatives that aren't very likely to be true with the caveat that this is a headline published by the same magazine that labeled the lipstick colors worn by all black women "R.I.P" and all of the ones on mostly white women "Hello Gorgeous." After readers took to Twitter to express their outrage at the racism in the article, Cosmo apologized to black supermodel Joan Smalls who was used in the photographs for the piece.

    A debate about the sincerity of the apology doesn't hold much weight as the photos already made it clear that the beauty images associated with white women were considered the right standard that the rest of us should follow.

    Six months later, they've done something similar for next month's cover which features the Kardashian women perched in a photo that precedes an exclusive 16 page spread somewhere the near the middle of the magazine. In their own right, they are a close family of savvy entrepreneurs who've found a way to turn shame into fame after their older sister Kim Kardashian found the spotlight following the leak of her viral sex tape. They are the embodiment of putting the team on.

    But as they sit resting on butt implants, serving sultry glares and lavish smiles with surgically injected pursed lips, the erasure of America's actual first and black family is very clear. We've seen aspiring politician Donald Trump call President Obama a bad example for the fed up black youth who rioted in Baltimore after the death of Freddie Gray. Reporters in the past have refused to use his official title as President and loosely called him by his last name. Daughters Sasha,14, and Malia Obama, 16, were harshly criticized and told to have "a little more class" at the fault of what GOP aide Elizabeth Lauten called a lack of good parental role models. First Lady Michelle Obama was labeled "angry" for her outspokenness and empathy towards black children who like herself have struggled with feeling included in spaces majorly occupied by white people.

    In the midst of being under the scrutinous microscope of being the nation's leading family, members of the Obamas have landed on a range of magazine covers includingPeople, Essence, TIME, Vogue and Ebony.

    But where does a magazine famous for beauty and sex tips stand in throwing presidential shade? Putting the Kardashians on the cover is a jab of many that suggests that there is some other more glamorous and whiter option to the black family seated at the top of the nation. In between the lines of the glossy pages touched with the Kardashian spell, the Obamas have been blurred out for a family that has not used their stan-factor to offer any substantial social impact in this country. Despite Cosmopolitan's intended meaning of the term, at face value its prestige means a great deal considering that it's printed on the a mainstream publication.

    As the Kardashians have allowed their most vulnerable and unrelated moments to play out in front of cameras, many of us have been sucked into the sensationalized rapture of their dysfunction. With no discredit to both their individual and collective accomplishments, much of their influence is rooted in the access they've gained due to their growing obsessions with image and associations with one another. The greatness of the Kardashians does not lie in overcoming insurmountable odds to hold rank or position. That is something that the Obamas continuously work for and are left with no choice but to defend because despite outside attempts to ignore them in a room where they are rightfully seated, they are America's First Family.


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