Amok Mama: Anne Frank – now she's a Belieber



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mrs t's eyebrows

did you go to any death parties miss?

Jacinta Nandi more than 3 years ago


I am just amazed that Justin B can write. Also, to achieve the "babyface" D Cameron shaves three times a day(supposedly) to achieve that peachy look. Could be a Brazilian that stops at his eyebrows. Margaret Thatcher never did that!

Amok's old teacher more than 3 years ago

Anne Frank

They did not hate her, they liked her. She was popular. She was really popular with the boys. And the girls liked her, but they thought she was a bit spiky. I watched that documentary by the guy who invented Guess Who & Tetris, he commented on the old Exberliner blog format, remember?

Jacinta Nandi more than 3 years ago

When I found out that Anne Frank's dream was to be Barbara Walters...

it blew my mind. Also, all the kids in her class hated her.

D. Strauss more than 3 years ago


You would never have brought Hitch any tea. You would made yourself one quietly and hoped he didn't hear the kettle.

Benjamin Knight more than 3 years ago

Kids are not all right...

Apparently he's 19, about the legal drinking age in the colony he hails from - although, might he be living in US after all? Who cares... It's "adult" by law. Don't let the baby-face confuse you, Jacinta, you might fall for Dave "baby-face" Cameron. Oh wait:

Mike more than 3 years ago

I really think I would've got on really well with

Christopher Hitchens. I would've brought him cups of tea and stuff while he was writing.

Jacinta Nandi more than 3 years ago

We could be (loved by) heroes

I agree with you. I don't like Bieber (either his music or what I know about his person, that is to say very little), but still, we should give him a break on this one. First of all he says "HOPEFULLY"! His words have been quickly changed into something like "oh she was a cool girl, consequently, she definitely would have been a fan of mine". That is not what he said. He said he hoped she would have liked him, had they been contemporary. Criticizing him for saying that is sooo hypocritical. Because, ok, she was just like any teenager, but she also was a hero, and is universally considered as such today. And everybody secretly (or not) wants to be loved by heroes. By a publicly acknowledged hero. I, personally, would love Aung San Suu Kyi to like my book, and I would be on cloud nine if she liked me, as a person. Same with Elisabeth Badinter, and probably many others but I don't have much time to think about it right now. It was probably awkward, probably inappropriate, but I find the bashing really hypocritical here. What about you Jacinta? Which hero would you like to have as a fan (I mean a proper hero, not a movie star or whatever)?

Aude more than 3 years ago

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