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Karen on

Congrats to her!

SB on

Natalie is no longer vegan.

ebb on

What are “conflict-free” stones????

bh on

Slow news day.

Brenda on

ebb – “Conflict-free aka Blood Diamonds” are diamonds mined in a war-zone to finance insergency, most often in Africa. Check out the movie “Blood Diamond” with Leonardo DiCaprio.

Congrats to them!

Sandy on

conflict free stones!? are you kidding me?
the terms we have today are just plain sickening.

Mean Girl on

I love when stars say they want to be earth friendly, but at the same time fly around in private jets and own 4 huge homes that eat up resources. Earth friendly my tail!

venus on

The “Blood Diamonds” are CONFLICT diamonds, not Conflict-Free. Conflict-Free indicates that they DO NOT come from the mines used by the insurgents.

Mary on

Brenda – you’re a little confused. Conflict-free diamonds are the opposite of Blood Diamonds – they are mined in areas where the operations are not used to finance insurgencies or other military activities, or oppressive regimes. And Sandy – why is the term ridiculous? It is the same as buying fair-trade coffee, or non-sweatshop clothing. It’s important to try to ensure that what you are purchasing isn’t contributing to the pain and suffering of other people.

Bean on

Natalie went vegetarian for her pregnancy, but I’m sure she’s back to being vegan. She’s even working on a vegan themed documentary so why on earth would she be doing that if she weren’t a vegan anymore?

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