re: Jonathan Dwyer Is Today's Woman And Child-Beating NFL Player (62 comments)
I get that you think you are being funny…but by calling these victims, “money hungry models and trophy wife wannabes allergic to work,” you are trivializing what has happened to them. I don’t care if they are strippers, waitresses, have a PHD, or don’t work at all, no one deserves to be beaten. This culture of violence needs to stop.
re: George Clooney Got Engaged (22 comments)
Stacey Keibler was better educated than Clooney, who attended two colleges but never graduated. Perhaps that was why George felt most comfortable with his previous girlfriends. I think he like the attention and credibility she is proving him
re: A Word On Last Night's 'Game of Thrones' (71 comments)
In an interview the director said it was initially forced sex, but then said this…”Well, it becomes consensual by the end, because anything for them ultimately results in a turn-on, especially a power struggle.”
We know this is a portrayal. But he is putting out the falsehood that even if a woman says no, she might secretly be turned on by the fight and really want it.
Seriously? His own words make him an idiot. No means no…even in fantasyland.
re: Lindsay Lohan Had A Miscarriage, You Guys (61 comments)
She has proven herself to be a serial liar in court, so why wouldn’t she lie on Oprah? Singer has earned a reputation in Hollywood for hanging out with almost legal and barely legal boys and giving them cocaine. Among other things.
Now, I’m not saying Lindsay did not have a miscarriage, nor am I saying that Singer raped a boy, but your actions shine a spotlight on yourself. There are times the light will keep moving because there is nothing to see, but there are times it will zoom in because the narrative sounds all too familiar.
It seems as if a few folks were feeling the need to place blame and further an agenda. A middle ground makes sense, but the people the media covers don’t seem to have any. Sensationalism sells, as far as they are concerned.
I loved his observations on the “wife-beaters” While everyone is up in arms about the religious aspect of his monologue, he brought up some really good points about the absurdity of what we find acceptable in society in a pointed, yet humorous, way.
Personally, I feel that all arguments lose their vaildity when blanket statements are made against ANY group.
He is in a deposition with attorneys. He employed bodyguards who beat up someone. So yes, he needs to sit his tiny @ss down and behave like an adult during the deposition…the problem is, he is a spolied little brat who acts tough, then pays bigger guys to fight his battles.
Bieber needs to show respect for US law. If he doesn’t like it, then he needs to go back to Canada.
This is a deposition. He is required by law to answer the questions truthfully and to the best of his knowledge. He did everything wrong that he could have done wrong in this deposition. He was argumentative, he offered information instead of simply saying yes or no, and he refused to answer questions, which he cannot do on his own.
Simple yes or no questions, followed by, “I do not recall at this time”, would have saved him a world of grief. Instead, this will all be used against him in a court of law, and in the court of public opinion.
This is not the first time Bieber’s bodyguards have assaulted people taking his photo. Some have been paps, some have not. They are his employess, and he is the one directing them as to what he expects from them.
Bieber stonewalls. See the deposition. So attorney’s must seek answers from others. They can’t ask his housemates, for clearly they will lie and take the fall for him…he is their source of income and housing. Instead, they will ask Braun, Gomez, and Usher, people who may be less tempted to lie under oath. People whose careers would be effected by doing so.
At least, that is my take on the situation.
If Bieber would get himself under control and stop being a disposable douche, then he would not be getting sued. He is not an innocent here, he is getting what he deserves. He talks tough, then hides his leather-diapered-butt behind his bodyguards.
If he isn’t man enough to take the hit in the face, then he needs to take the hit in the wallet.