February 7 is Marlo Hampton’s birthday.
I recently discovered that Marlo Hampton is an Aquarius. I found out because she mentioned it on an episode of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” while she was having a heated discussion with her fellow Aquarius, Kenya Moore.
Anyone who knows me knows that there is no celebrity I find more loathsome than Kenya Moore. Donald Trump and Kanye West come close to the top of my list, but not close enough.
So without really knowing anything about Marlo (like what she does for a living or how she makes enough money to support her luxurious lifestyle), I’m going to publicly declare that I like her. Any enemy of my enemy is a friend of mine. I hope that I don’t end up eating my words. These Atlanta “housewives” turn on a dime.
Anyway, back to that astrology thing I’m supposed to be discussing on this blog. I once worked with an Aquarius mother and daughter duo. Their fights were the most intolerable, immature episodes I could possibly imagine. What was worse, though, was that they seemed to forget that they fought ten minutes after they began.
Aquarius is a fixed sign. I know that Taurus, another fixed sign, gets a bad rap for being stubborn, but I believe that most Aquarius natives behave much more reprehensibly when they stand their ground for no reason other than the fact that they can. It’s an annoying trait. As an air sign that is connected with intellect, perhaps they are trying to rationalize the experience in their own minds by fighting until they can check off a box in their imagination that says “I won!” The problem is that their fights quickly get irrational, even when they are over something totally rational. I suppose that’s what I hate about Kenya Moore. The discussion always starts in such a sane manner before it descends into absolute chaos. No one hits below the belt quite like Kenya Moore.
I hope that this tiff between Marlo and Kenya evolves into something, but it probably won’t. They’ll kiss and makeup and Kenya will move onto torturing someone else. I’m an episode behind, but right after I publish this post, I’m going to catch up. I hope that I’m not disappointed.