Patricia Rossi, of “One Minute Manners,” shares a lesson on stopping gossip

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Speaking of Sandra Bullock, celebrities and the evil of gossip, I saw this tweet:

RT @GeoffsWife1962 Check this video out — Patricia Rossi’s Gossip Mannershttp://youtu.be/

My favorite quote from Patricia Rossi in this video is: “My favorite retort to to gossip is ‘Oh, lord. I have way too much to fix in myself than to use my time and energy talking about Myrna.'”

View the One Minute Manners video here

Leave Sandra Bullock alone. Is it irresponsible of the people to reinforce the gossip industry and invade celebrity lives?

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If you’ve walked through a checkout line in the last few weeks, you’ll see pictures of a distraught Sandra Bullock splattered on the front pages of fluff gossip magazines. The big news in America: her husband Jesse James has been cheating. (Yes, this is the news we should be reading.)

I’m sure that after discovering that her husband of five years has been unfaithful, her utmost desire is to be photographed liberally and smeared across pages of substance-less magazine covers. Isn’t that what you want after a break-up or negative, dramatic life event?

Well, the truth is, it’s our fault that she has to put up with that kind of harassment.

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