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Posted on Jun 7th, 2011
re: Reese Witherspoon Burns Blake Lively (103 comments)

I wrote a “lot” because I had a “lot” on my mind. Geez people! I’ve never seen such a laziness to read. That’s quite sad. If you don’t feel like reading my response, SKIP OVER IT! I definitely won’t lose sleep over it.

Regardless, look at TV, magazines, the internet. The number of “stars” (in quotation marks because I’m using the term VERY loosely) from reality TV and those who are famous just for being rich and famous outnumber the actual talent. It’s disgusting how many people are in the spotlight for stupid reasons and their 15 minutes should have expired a while ago. I didn’t say anything bad about Blake Lively, because I haven’t watched anything with her in it. All I’ve said, and that I currently stand by, is that Reese had a good point and brought it up to the widest audience who needs to hear her advice.

There, is that short enough for you dicks? Damn…

Posted on Jun 6th, 2011
re: Reese Witherspoon Burns Blake Lively (103 comments)

If it bothers you, don’t read it, and go on with your ADD, instant-gratification desiring ass. And I mean that in the nicest way possible. Thanks, vagina.

Posted on Jun 6th, 2011
re: Reese Witherspoon Burns Blake Lively (103 comments)

I agreed 100% with what Reese said. She is one of the rare stars that has not achieved fame for being on a “reality” show, has not been in the tabloids for nude photos, or subject for any other deplorable behavior (Lindsay Lohan anyone?). She has done her work in movies and she has grown in her craft! Yes, she had a divorce…so does over half of the married population in the US. It wasn’t her fault that tabloids slung headlines around about her personal life. I respect Reese Witherspoon because she seems to rise above the petty crap that many young stars fall into. She is different because she is confident in herself, exudes talent, and has self-respect!

This article is very misleading. I didn’t believe for one moment that she was targeting a specific person because seriously, it’s become frequent “news” when some famous person becomes a victim to exposed “stolen” sex tapes, nude pictures, etc. by the media. Hollywood has become a wasteland where their B and C-list stars have to do things like that to remain relevant and to overshadow the fact that they’re most likely not going to be the next Oscar winner. It keeps them in the public mind, whether we like it or not. She just happened to choose the 2011 MTV VMA’s as her platform to speak out against this, especially because MTV is a huge supporter of accruing fame through reality shows. Good for her! For the responses that are putting her down for showing nudity in her movies and talking down on others’ nude pictures/sex tapes…there is a huge difference. Nudity in movies promotes a storyline (for the most part), it is done TASTEFULLY, and most self-respecting actors won’t do gratuitous nudity and sex if it weren’t to further the plot. I’m sorry, but flashing someone a picture of your beaver in your bathroom mirror for them to add to their wank bank, especially when you’re a well-known person where relationships don’t necessarily set any long-term records…it’s just skanky, embarrassing, and a downright cry for attention. Shame on you young HOllywood…find some self-respect, talent, and bust your asses to make a name for yourselves instead of selling your soul and body to the masses.