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lulu88 September 8, 2021

What exactly do you want him to apologize for?  Divorcing Jennifer?  Working on Weinstein films, when the whole of Hollywood worked with Weinstein? Seems like you are making a number of assumptions based on a lot of speculation and perhaps the reason why he has "faced and weathered so many scandals" is because there is no scandal.

lulu88 July 21, 2021

I don't think anyone is talking about it "letting it run its course." I think the frustration of lockdowns is why are they still happening when there are now a number of viable vaccines available and have been for over 6 months?  Why aren't more Australians vaccinated so there is no need to keep locking down states? This mentality of it not being a race or "I'll get vaccinated when I find the time" is incomprehensible. 

lulu88 July 12, 2021

Australia was a little too quick to pat themselves on the back and claim the gold star status of covid management. The reality is, no one is going to know what the long term effects are of lock downs for years to come as there are so many ways to measure success.  No matter what country or state you are in, anyone who is being snide and uncompassionate now will be biting their tongue in 5 years-10 years when we learn the true effects of the last 18 months.

lulu88 June 21, 2021

How on earth is Australia going to cope when Covid-19 becomes part of every day life...it is here to stay for years to come...there will always be cases.  And PS - the vaccines actually do work!

lulu88 June 4, 2021

Maybe it also has to do with the fact that the NSW government doesn't over react by locking down the whole state and instead, puts together a rational plan that places restrictions and monitors specific areas where there are clusters...

lulu88 May 20, 2021

I am an Australian living in the US and while I agree on what Australia has done so far in managing covid, as certain countries become vaccinated, covid cases are going down and life is returning to normal (I am able to travel freely, not wear masks in doors, return to the office and live a full, free life), Australia needs to start preparing to open up to those countries. Covid is never going away and if Australia sticks with the current way of thinking, it will never re-open. While the severity will diminish, Covid is NEVER going away completely. I was lucky enough to return to Australia for a couple of months while I worked remotely and see my family and I have never felt so devastated when I had to say goodbye - not knowing when I will return and see my parents is depressing and has had a severe mental impact on me and I know I'm not the only person experiencing this. The fact that the government doesn't even seem to be planning ahead to open up to certain countries like the US, UK, Singapore etc is mind boggling and ultimately will prove what an ineffective and narrow minded government we have. 

lulu88 May 20, 2021

I am an Australian living in the US and while I agree on what Australia has done so far in managing covid, as certain countries become vaccinated, covid cases are going down and life is returning to normal (I am able to travel freely, not wear masks in doors, return to the office and live a full, free life), Australia needs to start preparing to open up to those countries. Covid is never going away and if Australia sticks with the current way of thinking, it will never re-open. While the severity will diminish, Covid is NEVER going away completely.

I was lucky enough to return to Australia for a couple of months while I worked remotely and see my family and I have never felt so devastated when I had to say goodbye - not knowing when I will return and see my parents is depressing and has had a severe mental impact on me and I know I'm not the only person experiencing this.
The fact that the government doesn't even seem to be planning ahead to open up to certain countries like the US, UK, Singapore etc is mind boggling and ultimately will prove what an ineffective and narrow minded government we have. 

lulu88 May 13, 2021

I think women might need to be careful with #3 or at least talk to their doctor for more information.  My gynecologist told me that many women make the assumption that they can wait till their 40s to have kids, only to find that it's extremely difficult and there are increased health risks and if you want kids, the earlier the better and ideally no later than 40.  Any later and you may be sadly disappointed. Of course everyone is different so you should talk to your doctor to learn more.

lulu88 January 27, 2021

I would hardly consider US Weekly as a credible source...

lulu88 November 17, 2020

So....you are asking people not to watch it...begging...and then you list all the places where it is available??