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I'm never quite sure why celebrities say these kinds of things. Are we supposed to vote for the democrat or they will take all of their personal wonderfulness and move away? Vote democrat or bear the shame of chasing away such a fine citizen as Susan Sarandon? Are we to collapse to the ground sobbing at the prospect of Ms. Sarandon moving to Canada? Either way, you have to have a ludicrously high opinion of yourself to say such a thing.
So Susan, this is what I say to you, why wait? Scram, beat it, get lost, leave, make a run for the border, vamoose. Take your self absorbed, pinko political views and thinly veiled narcissistic threats and go. And take Tim Robbins with you. I'll help you pack.
Monday, April 21, 2008
to speak, utter, or pronounce incorrectly.
to speak inaccurately, inappropriately, or too hastily.
Wednesday, September 19, 2007
Saturday, May 26, 2007
Here are some excerpts from the transcript:
For Angelina, playing the role of Mariane was complicated.
Jolie: How do you play [it]? It’s like somebody said to you, “You know, your great girlfriend has gone through the most horrible thing in her life. Why don’t you stand up and show us what she went through and how it felt?” You can’t. You know? And it was hard. It was really hard. But she was great and she did just kind of disappear and say, “Just do it it how you feel.”
Curry: Did she kind of know that, “Hey, if I hang around, it’s gonna be hard”—
Jolie: I think she did...but I also think she genuinely doesn’t care about film.
Curry: No, she trusted you.
Jolie: I think she did trust me.
(Director Michael) Winterbottom put the actors together in a house in India for hours at a time, and started the cameras.
Winterbottom: We kind of hope that by filming in that house over five weeks, that gradually the actors would fall into relationships that were similar in a sense to the relationships the real characters had fallen into.
Angelina found herself improvising like she had never done before.
Jolie: Yeah. When I was emotional towards the end, he’d say, “If you don’t want me to follow you in, close the door. But if it’s okay, just leave the door [open].”
Curry: Because it got too heavy.
Jolie: It got real heavy. Or it just—something would happen where it would just be like, “Yeah, I”—yeah, something. You just couldn’t handle certain elements of it. But it was the only way we could close doors on Michael, but we couldn’t get out of the house.
Actor Dan Futterman played Daniel Pearl and was working with Angelina for the first time.
Dan Futterman, co-actor: She has that touch that some actors have that. You know how much preparation has gone into it. But in the work, it seems absolutely like the easiest thing in the world. She’s doing this accent that’s not her own. She was dressed in a way that’s not her, and a prosthetic belly. And she’s improvising. And it is the easiest—it seems, in working with her, it’s the easiest thing in the world.
And some people have that, and many actors, like myself, don’t. But I admire it enormously. There’s this feeling of being in the scene with her and also a slight bit of me being out of it, thinking, “You are so very good.”
The movie is a love story.
Ann Curry, NBC News: One of your co-stars says so many mean things were being written about you while you were filming the scenes in India that he stopped reading the paper because it was going to affect his ability to deal with your character on screen. How do you handle this?
Angelina Jolie: I’ve managed to just focus on other things. I mean, if anything, I get most upset because I wanna read a good paper first thing in the morning. And if I see a lie about myself flash across the front of the cover, I don’t think much of the rest of the newspaper.
My question... what legitimate newspaper would have an article about a celebrity on the front page? Weekly World News?
Ann Curry: I think most people have a hard time understanding how you can possibly deal with this spotlight you’re under. I mean, just to do this interview I’m told somebody was trying to climb the fence just to be involved in doing this interview, people wanted to interview me.
I don’t understand this crazy world you’re in. I only dip into it for a few moments and dip out. And so how do you even handle this? It’s crazy, Angelina. This is—this is—
Jolie: You’re really making me feel uncomfortable...cause I really felt it was fine.
For the complete transcript go here. And if you are so inclined... do a search of "Daniel Pearl video" and you can be reminded how awful these extremists are and how much they hate us... Make no mistake... they hate us... they hate the Jews... but unfortunately Angelina and her boyfriend, Brad don't get that.
So... the decapitation of a Jewish man is a love story.... I've gone to bizarro world... haven't I?...
On a lighter note... Heckler Spray reports Angelina plans to take a year off from filmmaking.
So make the most time of Angelina Jolie while you can, everyone, because soon she'll be vanishing for a long long time. And when Angelina Jolie is gone, she's gone - and judging by the last time she did something similar, she'll only pop up intermittently to get pregnant, rush off to live in Africa in a blaze of publicity, try to get as many photographers arrested as possible, call in the secret service over a memory stick, sell her baby photos to whoever's richest and generally be in the news ten times more than if she was actually making films anyway.
Heckler Spray - go read the rest... pretty stinkin' funny
Cross posted at Sunday Morning Coffee
Monday, April 23, 2007
"I propose a limitation be put on how many squares of toilet paper can be used in any one sitting"
A few questions Sheryl:
1. How would you enforce this? You would have to pay someone a LOT of money to do this job.
2. Did you run this one by anybody before you said it in an interview? I'm guessing not.
3. Have you completely lost touch with reality? I'm guessing you have.
Cross posted at Scootertrash Conservative
Saturday, April 21, 2007
My husband said it best... "You don't speak to a child like that... You don't speak to ANYONE like that -- regardless."
In addition to liberal, and useless idiot, I will now add words such as immature, narcissistic and psycho to my repertoire when a conversation comes up about Alec Baldwin.
Oh... I'm sorry, you didn't hear the voice message that Alec left for his daughter? Ah... well in addition to the threats he made to his 11 year old daughter, he called her a "rotten thoughtless little pig"... you know-- what every little girl wants to hear from her daddy...
Alec has already posted an "apology" on his website. I'm so proud of him... He managed to apologize for nothing, while at the same time blaming his ex spouse... oh and he managed to get in a plug for his new book..
Isn't that nice? Isn't that thoughtful?
Thank you to everyone who has posted messages of support and understanding. Naturally, it is not best for a parent to lose their temper with their child. Everyone who knows me privately knows that I have endured a great deal over the last several years in my custody litigation. Everyone who knows me privately
knows that certain people will go to any lengths to embarrass me and to disrupt my relationship with my daughter.
In such public cases, your opponents attempt to take a picture of you on your worst day and insist that this is who you are as a person. Outside the doors of divorce court, I have friends, I have respect from people I work with and I have a normal relationship with my daughter. All of that is threatened whenever one enters a court room.
Although I have been told by numerous people not to worry too much, as all parents lose their patience with their kids, I am most saddened that this was released to the media because of what it does to a child. I'm sorry, as everyone who knows me is aware, for losing my temper with my child. I have been driven to the edge by parental alienation for many years now. You have to go through this to understand. ( Although I hope you never do.) I am sorry for what happened. But I am equally sorry that a court order was violated, which had deliberately been put under seal in this case.
Once my book is published, I'm sure more people will understand the incredible strains created by parental alienation.
In the meantime, I'm sorry to anyone who's taken offense from this episode.
Cross posted at Sunday Morning Coffee
Tuesday, April 18, 2006
Yes, I know this blog is supposed to focus on the plethora of Hollywood stupidity but when it comes to the fake "journalists" in the info-tainment world of the MSM. . well, I consider it comparable, if not one and the same. Take Keith Olbermann for example: This bloated, jackass of a talking head doesn't even know the meaning of a basic industry tool that he should have picked up on in Journalism 101.
The industry tool: Press Release
Two days ago, Mr. Olbermann declared Michelle Malkin to be his "Worst Person in the World of the Day". Nevermind this is an asinine title. I'm sure this is Mr. Olbermann's idea of wit. Nevermind that there are terrorists killing innocent people throughout the world. Nope. . Keith dubs Michelle Malkin "The Worst Person in the World of the Day".
This is why:
Students at UC Santa Cruz calling themselves Students Against War (SAW) issued a PRESS RELEASE (There it is again, Keith. Shut up for a change and learn something.) with their names and contact information and proceeded to protest and succeed in having the military removed from recruiting on their campus. Michelle Malkin obtained the PRESS RELEASE and posted it on her website and as a result, the students have been receiving hate mail (SHOCKING!!). Despite the hate mail Michelle has been receiving from the SAW members, she refuses to remove the post. Good for her. You see, here is the lesson (Pay attention Keith): When you attach information to a PRESS RELEASE, it becomes fair game to be distributed. . in the freak'n PRESS! No take backs! If you put it out there, it's OUT THERE. The students obviously want to play with the big dogs but want to change the rules when it stops being fun. The students could be considered young and naive but you, Mr. Olbermann, are simply a fool.
Keep on keep'n on, Michelle!
Tuesday, April 11, 2006
Is this a person concerned about protecting her identity? What a farce. Thirdly, his charge of treason is based on "probably leaking" the name of Valerie Plame and the punishment, in his words, is that President Bush "can be hung". I have but one comment, Ben.... you are a complete and unfettered moron.
P.S. Spell check wanted me to replace Affleck with waffle's
Monday, April 03, 2006
<----Doesn't he look thoughful in that photo? Ol' Danny came out in support of Congresswoman McKinney at a press conference last Friday with none other than Harry Bellafonte. Side note, Cynthia was having a bad hair day. Cynthia must be one special gal for Danny to make a special trip to be by her side in her time of need. Lets take a brief look, shall we? Cynthia believes that George Bush had prior knowledge of the September 11th attacks. She also believes that Florida Governor Jeb Bush and Secretary of State Katherine Harris classified 57,000 people of color as convicted felons to remove them from the voting to tilt the scales in favor of George W. Bush. Cynthia also believes that the Clinton administration "purposely failed to prevent the genocide of one million Rawandans in order to install favorable regimes in the Central Africa region." This is the tip of the McKinney iceberg, a nut job of epic proportions. The word responsibility is not in this woman's vocabulary. Danny, stick to action movies and that Pilates exercise stuff, you know, things you're good at.
Tuesday, March 28, 2006
"Actress Sharon Stone is adamant teenagers should be prepared to engage in oral sex, if it saves from them the dangers of unprotected penetrative sex. The Basic Instinct star spends much of her time away from Hollywood working as an activist raising AIDS awareness, and she always carries condoms with her to hand out in a bid to increase safe sex levels. She explains, "I was in the store the other day and I watched a young girl trying on clothes, showing her abdomen. "Her mother was trying to talk to her about not being inappropriately luring. I said, 'Gee that would look much nicer with a camisole under.' "Her mother walked away, and I said to the girl, 'I'd like to give you a two-minute conversation about sex.' "Young people talk to me about what to do if they're being pressed for sex? I tell them (what I believe): oral sex is a hundred times safer than vaginal or anal sex. "If you're in a situation where you cannot get out of sex, offer a blow job. I'm not embarrassed to tell them." (emphasis added)
It's a wonder she didn't add ". . and it makes you sooo popular and does wonders for your self-esteem".
I think this has less to do about raising AIDS awareness and more about Ms. Stone doing and saying whatever it takes to get publicity for her new movie, Basic Instinct II: Return of the Living Dead. Maybe she thought that this was a way of sounding risque' without coming across as a total whore.
She thought wrong.
See. . I told you she will say anything to grab some spotlight for her upcoming movie:
Sharon Stone says Hillary is too "sexually powerful" for POTUS
I found the story below on Drudge this morning:
"SEAN PENN doesn’t know voodoo, but right-wing pundit Ann Coulter should watch her back if he ever decides to pick it up! The ornery actor told The New Yorker magazine he keeps a plastic Barbie-like doll of Coulter and takes pleasure in toturing the effigy. “There are cigarette burns in some funny places,” the one-man Hurricane Katrina rescue team said. “She’s a pure snake-oil salesman. She doesn’t believe a word she says.”
I doubt that he actually "tortures" a doll. At least I hope he doesn't. That would make him even more pathetic than I thought he was. Still, he is the same person who attempted this.
He probably thought it was funny and many in the liberal media and Hollywood (one in the same) will agree with him. How funny would they think it was if it weren't one of their own making such a statement?