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Thursday, September 29, 2005
Martha Can't Make Up Her Mind ... or Make Up a Good Catchphrase "Good luck"?! Good grief. What happened to "You just don't fit in?" Not that it was great. But you expect a good turn of phrase from a women who can turn tarot cards into tiramisu. Indeed, before her Apprentice bowed, she quipped to Newsweek she'd say, "Your *** is grass." Instead, on Wednesday, Martha went nice-nice polite as she kicked off a quitter. Probably won't continue to watch. Flowers this week, wedding gear the next, handwritten letters -- sure this woman went to jail? Anyway, here are more of our suggestions ...