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You Can Imitate All You Want, But You’ll Never Be Them

I think it’s funny when Class C celebrities brag about “knowing” and “working” with Class B celebrities.  Like it’s a big deal.  The bigger deal would be if they jumped right over the Class Bs and bragged that they “knew” and “worked” with Class A celebrities.  Then I may be impressed.

Class B celebrities rode the coattails of Class A celebrities and never became as well-known as Class A celebrities; they only survived and got as far as they did because of the Class A celebrities.  The Class A celebrities won’t have anything to do with the Class B celebrities (even if they are related to them) and the Class A celebrities certainly won’t have anything to do with the Class C celebrities.  So the Class C celebrities are forced to then ride the coattails of the Class B celebrities, since they can never reach the Class A celebrities.

Then you have the Class F celebrities trying to ride the coattails of the Class D and C celebrities.  Those guys never get anywhere!

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I'm a writer. I'm also a wife and a parent who works too much and lives too little. In addition to writing I also love to read, listen to music, travel, cook, I enjoy looking for bargains at flea markets or thrift stores, Christmas, football and of course writing! How did I come up with the title of my blog? Two things: 1. I live in New England (duh) and 2. Canadian singer Alan Frew once arrogantly told me to "get a New England life"--again--DUH! I already HAVE one!

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