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Julia Roberts is facing a felony distribution charge and a misdemeanor drug paraphernalia count.

by Darrin Cantor / March 12, 2004 3:53 PM PST
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It's not the (Julia Roberts) - a 98 year old women ?? NT

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Re nt:Hi, Darrin, You must be a journalist, with this eye catching , misleading headline. :-(

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misleading headline and a waste of our time Mary. I think it is worse than forgetting the NT - It fills the "cashe" of our computers with utter drivel :( NT

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Not a waste of time at all, interesting. Did you notice she has a wooden leg. And..

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there is also a link there for a site that tells more about the mom in Utah that had refused a C-Section. Here is being charged with child endangerment and not murder.

Is cache something we need to worry about Steve? Doesn't it empty auto as it overfills? Really don't know much about it. I know there is a place to empty it but is it necessary that we do that?

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NT - Have you noticed that more grandmothers are being busted?

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Not the picture of our rocking chair, cookies and milk grannies is it? ;-)
by Rosalie / March 12, 2004 11:21 PM PST

Maybe more grannies are being busted is because they are raising grandchildren? Or someone's children.

I bet it was the young people in charge here and it appears they dumped on grandma. Probably with her blessings. Surely they wouldn't send an old lady age 90+ to prison! Would they?

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Re:NT - Have you noticed that more grandmothers are being busted?
by Mary Kay / March 12, 2004 11:24 PM PST

Maybe there is a reason for this. Older women and poverty.

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Doubt it
by Diana Forum moderator / March 12, 2004 11:42 PM PST

Seems like the ones around here that have been busted have been doing it all their lives and have gotten their kids and grandkids into the business.

Could it be children of the sixties and seventies becoming grandmothers?

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