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George Clooney asks media not to publish his children's photos

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Good luck with that.

4 ( +6 / -2 )

Yeah, we don’t live in that kind of world anymore.

-2 ( +2 / -4 )

...until he hustles them into show business in about 15 more minutes.

-8 ( +7 / -15 )

In 2037 they will be 20. Still not adults in America. He will be 78.

Will he know their names?

-11 ( +5 / -16 )

Clooney and Amal must laugh their heads off at the gullibility of the public.

-6 ( +5 / -11 )

as they should...

6 ( +7 / -1 )

Who the hell cares. This is not news.

-1 ( +7 / -8 )

In America the age of adulthood is 21 for drinking and smoking. But joking the military to be weapon used younger.

Zichi, your response makes no sense.

What does majority age mean?

-9 ( +3 / -12 )

I think Japanese celebrities are best at these hiding things to the media.

0 ( +2 / -2 )

ANY kids, whether those of celebrities, politicians or non-public figures should basically be “off-limits” to major media. However, when careless parents begin to post them on social media, they become open game to pedophiles, paparazzi and unscrupulous media outlets.

(Btw: What’s with the poorly focused photos lately? Looks cheap.)

(Btw of comments: How can someone claiming to have worked extensively abroad not know that “age of majority” is the same as the American term “legal age?)

-3 ( +1 / -4 )

I personally have no clue as to what "age of majority" is. Sounds British.

But legal age for drinking or smoking in America is 21. States had to change their laws on that if they wanted Federal Highway Funds...I think.

But legal age for sex, domination and other such issues are all state controlled.

America is not a democracy. It is a republic. All states are sovereign, and that is interesting.

-4 ( +1 / -5 )

I guess age of majority means when you can legally “shag” as the Brits put it. Can’t imagine how that term came about.

1 ( +2 / -1 )

Hmmm. I have no idea what Matt Damon’s , Brad Pitt’s, etc etc children look like. I’ve never seen a picture of them. Clooney is drawing attention to himself with this cheap, unnecessary ploy.

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