color me beyond curious: but, with all the public records, statements, including the judges notes, etc.: why would anyone want us to pause and give ms. mills, or her point of view, the time of day...?
never mind encourage a moment wherein we should consider the fact there might be more to this sad story...
that somehow, within this sordid spectacle (created, at least publically: solely and only by miss mills) there might be another side to the story...
that we shouldn't be so quick to judge...
that we shouldn't leap solely and only to mr mccartneys' defense
because it's a divorce..?
because there's a child involved !?
that doesn't seem to have bothered the childs mother, not one bit: as she, and only she, has paraded publically and noisily about, tossing scandulous bits of banter towards the father of that same child !?!
unless you've got some form of concrete reason: some clear and unmistakable proof of why anyone should take a gloves off approach towards miss mills...please don't ask anyone to do something miss mills herself has been unable to do.
many here have asserted for quite some time that the lady is not much more than a gold-digger...the judge, in this case, seems to pretty much agree.
i don't think little Bea will be perusing this, or other sites, for bits of pearls of wisdom in trying to figure out what mccartney fans think of all this: but, i'm sure, she's heard a mouthful or two from her mother: she need only turn off 'sesame street' and watch the news !
at the end of the end it's the start of a journey to a much better place and this wasn't bad so a much better place would have to be special...no need to be sad...