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The reporter she was with today was Zack Greenburg. He's a senior editor at Forbes. Most likely it's a piece for Forbes and the fan got bad info from the bodyguard. That's more likely than Rolling Stone using a Forbes writer for a piece right?

analyzingtaylor:

Thanks!

http://zogreenburg.com/

http://www.forbes.com/sites/zackomalleygreenburg/

https://twitter.com/zogblog

He has written books about Michael Jackson and Jay-Z.  He focuses on the business of music.

I’m sure whatever she and him discuss will be a Forbes cover-story.  


At Central Park in NYC 7/24/14 (x)

At Central Park in NYC 7/24/14 (x)

Anonymous
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The Rolling Stones have nothing to do with Rolling Stone magazine. They were both named after the same song.

Yeah that’s what I thought

Anonymous
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The Rolling Stones created rolling stone magazine so it's no biggie if they're calling it after it's creators

I can’t find anything that says that The Rolling Stones (band) created Rolling Stone magazine….?? I actually have read that both the magazine and the band were named after a song called “Rollin’ Stone” by Muddy Waters that came out in 1950. But even if the bad had created the magazine, the magazine is still called Rolling Stone. Not the band’s name.

Anonymous
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Tbh i hated Taylors hair today...

Really? I like it!! But I’ve liked it more with the bangs all side-swept like it has been for the past little while

I get really bothered when people say “The Rolling Stones” instead of “Rolling Stone.” Just stop. One is a band, one is a magazine.

breakburnandends:

thanks to Taylor I’ve gotten really good at being patient you know like someone tells me “hey can you hang on a minute??” and I’m like yeah Taylor Swift makes me hang on for 2 years it’s whatever

casuallyxswift:

THIS IS WHAT HAPPENED

casuallyxswift:

THIS IS WHAT HAPPENED

youlovedmeintennessee:

taylor swift with her disciples.