Quote of the Day

Friday, November 20, 2009

“Why would anybody stay in Chicago? It’s freezing here, and I have a mansion in Montecito that I haven’t been able to enjoy.” — Oprah Winfrey, explaining why she’s ending her long running TV show and moving to California

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8 Responses to Quote of the Day

  1. Harry says:

    Chicago is too cold. Plus, Oprah and Gayle need to move-in together. They will be happy in California.

  2. I wouldn’t leave Wisconsin if you gave me a mansion anywhere else in the world.

  3. retahyajyajav says:

    I would give my left testicle for a mansion in Montecito, CA.

    Good for Oprah. She’s worked hard for a long time and she deserves warm weather and the Southern California lifestyle.

  4. bradfrmphnx says:

    I’m with you retahyajyajav, Montecito is beautiful. Even more so with a billion dollars in the piggy bank. Chicago is great to visit, but live there??

    Oprah has done well, I’ll give the lady her just dues, although I don’t believe we’ve heard the last from her.

  5. Rachel says:

    I think 25 years is the perfect date to wrap it up. I mean, Oprah has more money than God, a beautiful home, she’s loved by Gayle and by millions around the world. Who knows? Maybe she will one day run for political office? I would vote for her.

  6. libhomo says:

    Her show will be over, but her upcoming cable network will live on.

  7. Idaho Librul says:

    Oprah and Gayle deserve to be happy.

    I hope once Oprah is off her daily grind, she will feel comfortable being out about who she is. I like Oprah and the fact that she’s a lesbian just makes her seem more hip and relevant.

  8. jimmy says:

    Where’s Stedman going to stay?

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