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In an event that Britney Spears would be crucified for, Brad Pitt was captured by photographers riding bikes with his children. Although cutie Maddox is smart enough to wear his riding gear, noticeably absent is a helmet on papa Pitt. Not to mention, he has Zahara strapped on his back, lets hope that adorable baby doesn't flop on out of Brad's back papoose ... Oh and she's facing forward too! The horror! Plus, look at those pants of Brads, they look mighty long, they could get caught in the bike chains and then they might crash and he and Zahara might go tumbling all over the cement. Oh, dear, Brad should really never take his children out for some fun because they could get hurt. Sound ridiculous? Exactly. And for those of you who are reading this and haven't realized I am being sarcastic (believe me, there are some of you), I am.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ha! They surely do look cute though.

8:55 AM, May 24, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i know you are being sarcastic for your girl Brit and all but you have a point here.

What Brad is doing with Zahara is illegal. If he doens't want to wear a helmet..whatever (he should it's the law), but that little girl should have one on and she should be in a child bike seat NOT strapped to his back (i'm sure that's against the law as well).

Parents all over do this kind of crap all the time (makes me nuts). It just shows that celebrities can be just as careless and uninformed as regular folks.

Maybe all this attention to these kinds of "mistakes" can educate parents and in return our children will be safer.

Let's just hope no child gets hurt in the process.

9:10 AM, May 24, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

STUPID! Does EVERY celebrity think they are above getting hurt or in accidents? There are shoulder straps on that kind of backpack-IF he's using them-but if he busts his ass, Zahara's going to crack her head open straps or not! I say it again...STUPID!!!!

11:14 AM, May 24, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think everyone needs a break from the safety police. Somehow we all survived to adulthood without the constant helmet strapped to our heads (cue the safety police with stories of children mortally injured in bike falls while trying to keep up with a 5 year old on training wheels).

12:49 PM, May 24, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't think law is an issue, they are in Africa.

1:56 PM, May 24, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Doesn't matter where they are. Its a law for a Isn't that what's important?

2:58 PM, May 24, 2006  
Anonymous laurie said...

I love you, TW! :)

10:37 PM, May 24, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is not a real new item.

10:53 AM, May 25, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

first of all, BRAVO! tw on calling out all these rediculous people and for standing up for what is not necessarily "pc"... second of all, wearing a bicycle helmet is not a "law" in america and i'm pretty sure it's not in africa either...c'mon people, lighten doensn't always have to be so damn serious all the time!!!

1:02 PM, May 25, 2006  
Blogger Distressed Jeans said...

Laughing about Brad's long pants. Good attention to detail on that one. Maybe the Nambibibian laws are more lax when it comes to riding bikes than over here.


8:06 PM, May 25, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank god Maddox taught him how to ride a bike. Next it's how to hold a fork in public. Brad's a winner.

11:15 PM, May 25, 2006  

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