Friday, January 20, 2006

Some people take themselves WAY too seriously.


Remember the Golden Globes? Remember George Clooney going up to accept one? Remember him taking an off-hand swipe at hardcore con-man Jack Abramoff? Some folks should grow a thicker skin.

(Credit to Driftglass.)

[Updated to refer to the Golden Globes, not the Oscars. Fine. Be that way.]

6 comments:

M@ said...

Golden Globes, dude. Equally irrelevant, I'll agree.

Oh, and the tool of the homosexualising agenda of Hollywood. Natch.

Anonymous said...

Clooney needs to grow a better sense of humor. His joke was lame and childish - like something you'd hear 5th grade boys say on a school playground.

Anonymous said...

"Oh, and the tool of the homosexualising agenda of Hollywood. Natch."

Do you think that Brokeback Mountain would have won awards and had its praises sung if it weren't about homosexuals? If you do, I've got a bridge in New York City to sell you. Seriously. With lame-ass dialogue like "I can't quit you," this movie shouldn't have even made it past the desk of head of the movie studio.

thwap said...

The comment on Brokeback Mountain is irrelevant and stupid.

As is Mr. Jack-off Sr.'s letter. I skimmed a bit of it, and that was all I could stand. These Repugs just can't tell how ridiculous they really are.

(I don't even find Clooney's joke all that funny. I just find the letter stooopid.

Gazetteer said...

When they Swiftboat Clooney what are they going to do say his service in Iraq was all fake?

Oh.

Wait a second.

How can you possibly discredit real fiction

M@ said...

Ever think Brokeback Mountain could have won because it's a good movie?

Of course not. Because you haven't seen it. God (TM) forbid you actually see a movie you're busy protesting.

Because that would be thinking. And that's hard work.