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Support the Sherman Ave Foundation to Save Amanda Bynes!

23 Mar
Amanda, please.

Amanda, please.

To our esteemed readers:

With winter quarter having finally been KILLED WITH FIRE, you can all kick back and enjoy a worry-free life, right?  Wrong.  So wrong.  Each and every one of you should be very worried, for American treasure and voice of a generation Amanda Bynes is in need of some serious fixing.  Not some minor tweaking, like your self-esteem as a Northwestern student or season one of Parks and Rec; no, this is an all-hands-on-deck fiasco, like Will.i.am. or Cher’s Twitter.  A new Greatest Generation must rise to confront this challenge if we are to save Amanda from her tailspin and discover who the real Moody is.

As you are all aware, our Amanda’s troubles have been building for some time now.  In retrospect, her “retirement” from acting in her early twenties should have been a red flag, but the idea of being 24 and retired is so fucking cool that no one really bothered to question it.  Amanda had also seemed to be so genuinely talented and likable, like post-Cady Heron and pre-Herbie: Fully Loaded-era Lindsay Lohan, that she could do no wrong; her popularity, much like Amber’s, simply could not be denied.

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