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Date Posted: 18:55:48 07/10/08 Thu
Author: Dandesun
Subject: I rather think she IS against what Starr is doing. At the very least she's not completely sold on the idea and is only going along with it because she promised Starr to stand by her no matter what. I agree with others, Blair's become a yes-man to Starr... which really isn't that different from being the Stepford Wife to Todd during the strike. Blair hasn't actually sat down to talk any of this through with Starr, mainly because Starr won't TELL her anything and Blair doesn't seem to give a damn about that. This is progress? If you say so.
In reply to: sparklebarbie 's message, "I did not get the impression that Blair was about to cry yesterday. I thought she looked stunned that Starr made that kind of decision without talking to her first. I do not think Blair agrees with anything Todd says. Todd and Blair seem to be on two completely different wavelengths right now. I really don't think deep down Blair is against what Starr is doing, but I do think Blair wishes Starr would talk to her before making these big decisions. Its very hurtful for Blair to feel shut out by Starr." on 18:21:58 07/10/08 Thu

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[> [> [> [> [> [> [> this is why i think blair being a yes-man to starr is different than being a stepford wife to todd. being a yes-man is blair's way of doing everything for her child, but being a stepford wife was blair's way of putting her relationship with todd above her own children. i always thought cause of her horrid childhood, blair would always go above and beyond for her children, and give them the unconditional love and support she never got which is what I think is driving her now that and the guilt of failing her kids. -- sparklebarbie, 19:11:52 07/10/08 Thu

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