JENNIFER’S MARC TIME
I enjoyed your cover story “Nest in Peace” about Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony. It’s one of the best I’ve read and I’d like to see more on the happy couple.
As a longtime fan of Jennifer’s, I wish her nothing but happiness. But I don’t think we need weekly updates on her marriage to Marc. I’m glad they’re happy, but believe we should back off and let them have a little privacy. I wish Jennifer all the love and joy in the world. She’s a beautiful and talented human being.
About her role as a stepmom and when to have a baby? How about we see if Jennifer can stay committed? I give it less than three months before you run the same cover photo with a jagged line down the middle.
Give me a break! J.Lo and her current victim-husband are “inseparable and in love”? What, again? This woman makes a mockery of the word marriage, yet people seem to think she’s someone to look up to.
It’s actually nice to see that Jennifer has found her happiness. I wish her and husband Marc much success in their marriage.
I was stunned PEOPLE took this wedding seriously. And Jennifer and Marc are making a movie together! I hope she gets enough cash to repay all her fans who wasted their money on Gigli.
Mike Mann Rancho
Thanks to the Warschauers and their story “Losing Mikey.” I know for a fact it will help save the lives of millions of babies across the United States. Their son’s death, the result of being left behind in a car by accident, will not be in vain because of the courage and strength it took this couple to share their story. As the mom of a 4-month-old son, this article really opened my eyes. My prayers are with Mark and Keiko as they continue to share their grief in this remarkable capacity.
A guy forgets his baby, leaves him in a car causing his death, and PEOPLE publishes a story portraying him as some sort of victim? I’m horrified beyond words. I have a 14-month-old beautiful boy and will never keep a teddy bear in the front seat with me as a reminder that the most precious little person in the world is in my back seat.
Foley Redondo Beach, Calif.
I’m appalled that Mark Warschauer was not charged with negligent homicide. What he did is beyond comprehension. The man is intelligent enough to be a vice chairman of a college department, but not intelligent enough to glance in the back seat of his car to see if his baby is there? Mr. Warschauer, God is giving you a second chance with another baby. Don’t mess up.
I was relieved to see “Pressure to Be Perfect,” about society’s obsession with being disgustingly skinny. I’m a 19-year-old girl and constantly subjected to this every day, and quite frankly I’m sick of it. Thanks for acknowledging this growing problem and also for sharing celebrities’ points of view.
St. Louis, Mo.
Your article on young women and body image is a wonderful example of “Do as I say, not as I do.” With very few exceptions, stereotypical beauties are the ones receiving all the fame and financial success. Why should anyone believe that it’s okay to just be yourself when we’re constantly being shown otherwise? Nice try, but no cigar.
Little Rock, Ark.
LANCE’S TOUR DE FORCE
As a self-proclaimed bike dork, I enjoy the publicity Lance Armstrong has created for the sport of cycling. However, out of respect for his ex-wife, Kristin—whose life of raising three kids may not be as exciting as Lance jetsetting with rocker Sheryl Crow—please refrain from showing the couple liplocked at every occasion. To Lance and Sheryl: Get a room!
Jan E. John