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The tabloids must think Robin Thicke has a better future career than I do. I think he might have another hit or two in the next decade but I think his place in the small casino circuit is assured. For the past 24 hours his publicists have done quite the job of spinning. This is a guy who embarrassed his wife every chance he got. Even the tabloids who mention the twerking with Miley Cyrus or the butt grab incident caught in a photo all add that Robin is doing everything he can to save his marriage and canceling concerts and that it is Paula Patton who is not willing to try. I'm pretty sure she tried for a long long time but just wants to be left alone and not discuss it. With Robin that's not an option and those Disney photos of Robin and his kid were planned. There he is with his kid while stories of the split started to come out. Great dad and why did Paula not want to fix things? The tabloids have been convinced to actually try and make you feel sorry for Mr. Pinky Ring.
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