After the VMAs, Coming to Terms with Britney's Downfall, One Day at a Time

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Like most of America, we haven’t gotten much done since Britney Spears’ performance on MTV’s Video Music Awards show Sunday night. We’ve pretty much spent the past 50 or so hours scouring web sites for any drop of info about when and why things went so wrong for her (we pinpoint the downfall right around the time “Toxic” dropped off our radar, but who are we to point fingers?). Part of us feels sorry for the girl; part of us thinks this is the wake-up call she needs. Either way, we’re totally envious that this guy was able to put into words what we’ve been struggling to convey for the past couple days. -- Michael Gallucci

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