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    Talking Is Sarah Michelle Gellar a "little person"?

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    ...or is she just a mental midget: she made these comments
    at some benefit for Step Up Women's Network...

    "Think about Rosa Parks. There was a woman who did so much
    for other women. And nowadays, women are famous for the way they
    wear their hair. Or designers they wear. Or who they date.
    Like my Freddie. I wuv youuuu! (Or for
    playing a vampire killer in a special-effects-laden show aimed at 12-year-olds.)

    Someone like Rosa Parks reminds you that fighting for women's causes
    is the most important thing we can do."


    You're still not down with the homies, SMG.
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    Stupid, stupid, stupid girl.

    I'm working on a racial discrimination case and one of the issues is that someone said - Just like we got Rosa Parks off the bus, we'll get these niggers outta here. Of course, no one admits to saying it. Maybe it was one of those smart actresses like SMG? Maybe she was referring to the "short" bus!
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    I actually love SMG. She is one of the few actresses that I really like. I like the fact that you never hear about her and Freddie acting like drunk idiots or stepping out with other people. Who knows though maybe behind closed doors they aren't that happy. But at least their not letting the papparazzi know about it. I really think they will make it compared to many of the other younger famous couples out there. Plus she's really hot. Or at least I think so.

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    SMG is supposedly 5'3 according to most internet sources, but I don't buy it. I'm guessing 5' or 5'1... but I'm 5'2" so don't be hatin' on the shorties. Freddie is supposedly about 6'1.

    I think she's cute, and I liked Buffy the Vampire Slayer. It was a fun show. (The show's fanbase was mostly college students, I think.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by marvel
    I actually love SMG. She is one of the few actresses that I really like. I like the fact that you never hear about her and Freddie acting like drunk idiots or stepping out with other people. Who knows though maybe behind closed doors they aren't that happy. But at least their not letting the papparazzi know about it. I really think they will make it compared to many of the other younger famous couples out there. Plus she's really hot. Or at least I think so.
    ITA except for the really hot comment...I think her appeal is more girl next door, only this girl next door gets her own stylist.

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    she is probably 5' 2'' or less, but not more. i'm 5' 3'' 1/2 (yeah, i count the half) and when i was in madame tussaud, the wax museum in london, the wax statue they had of her was shorter than me. and they build those with the actual celebrities heights. now, i don't remember if the statue was wearing heels...

    but her husband is very tall, so she looks like a midget next to him. i'm not sure how this two can have sex without laughing. they must be really flexible.
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    i loved watching buffy (hey it gave us spike), the show was no more "special-effects-laden" then the ones that are currently on.

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    ^^ True, but it was largely devoid of the significance
    that she is trying to invoke with her comment.

    Of course, in fairness, she might be devoting her life
    to more serious ventures and charities now...that means
    we might have two Angelinas running around adopting
    disadvantaged children.

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    Freddie reminds me of Keanu Reeves in the second photo

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    it was a television show. who cares what she thinks/says anyway. she had an opinion about something, like we all do, and voila! most celebs have no concept of reality so, don't take the shit they say so seriously.
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    Seriously, did she really say that crap about Rosa Parks?
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    Ah, I take it the bold stuff in the statement was an editorial comment of the poster? If so, then what's wrong with what she said?

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    Uh, Rosa Parks was not an activist for "women's causes."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lobelia View Post
    Uh, Rosa Parks was not an activist for "women's causes."
    I'm aware of that, but I still think you can say that she did a lot for women of all races. It was always symbolically important that it was a woman who made that stand, so to speak, on the bus. Without knowing the full extent of the remarks, I don't see anything particularly wrong about what SMG said.

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    I like SMG & FPJR, they make a cute couple. I am 4'11 1/2 and my husband is 6'1, so there is nothing wrong with shorties

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