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The Wonders

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Created: 02/18/15

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Posted Feb. 18, 2015 Go to Top | Go to bottom | link | alert

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On page 112, Leon muses that "people with true fame have no limits on their behavior." Is this more true than false? Is it more true in the 21st century than it used to be? And what are some immediate examples that come to mind?

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RE: Fame

Oh, I think this is so true especially these days when celebrity can begin so young and the young move away from their parents. Lindsay Logan, Justin Beiber, Miley Cyrus, to name a few

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RE: Fame

Well, I disagree. I think that there are limits...though we have seem some crazy behavior and what seems outrageous to most of it, all it takes is one act that really offends or angers people, and your time of fame may be gone.


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