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Wednesday, 18 July 2012

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The Kennedy family cook Fawnsy taking her daily two-mile walk. (Photo by Ethel Kennedy, 84).

NASHVILLE - Taylor Swift has stated that she really enjoyed visiting with the Kennedy Family at their Kennedy Hyannisport Compound.

Taylor was the personal guest of Patrick Schwarzenegger, 18, the eldest son of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver.

She said that the Kennedy's are really into athletics and games and that she really had a great time playing touch football, one-handed ping pong, red rover red rover, and leap frog.

The 22-year-old singer did acknowledge that she was surprised to see the Kennedy cook, Fawnselette Firkenfauster, 87, participating in a game of leap frog.

Fawnsy, as everyone calls her, did have to stop because while playing leap frog her cooking apron somehow got tangled up in her brassiere and she almost pulled a shoulder muscle.

All of the Kennedy's loved Taylor but Patrick's mom Maria (Shriver) does have some reservations about her son dating a famous country music star.

It seems that Maria knows that Swift has a history of writing songs about guys she has dated including Joe Jonas, Taylor Lautner, John Mayer, and Jake Gyllenhaal.

Shriver does not want for her son to be the subject of a mean-spirited song if Taylor one day gets upset with Patrick and breaks up with him or if he dumps her after a few months.

Maria spoke to Taylor who promised her that she will not write a song about her son no matter what may become of their relationship.

In News Out of Arizona. Maricopa Sheriff Joe "Pinky" Arpaio has stated that due to George Lopez's extremely abusive remarks about him the comedian is being banned from ever setting foot in Arizona. Lopez reportedly replied by saying "Joey is nothing but a %#@&^$ and a &*$%#@ and I don't need to go to friggin Arizona or even Alaska and Wisconsin for that matter."

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