re: Rob Schneider Dropped By State Farm For Being An Anti-Vaxxer (45 comments)
So Jonesy is a shit head, got it.
re: Rob Schneider Wants His Freeze Peach Back! (54 comments)
“As much as I despise anti-vaxxers, this notion of shitting your pants on twitter to enact punishment for people that say things you don’t like is even more bullshit than being an antivaxxer.”
Naw…I think the thing that kills people is more bullshit.
re: Kim Kardashian Tackled In Paris By That Dude Who Punched Brad Pitt (33 comments)
Wait a minute, Kim’s not a guy. Get your labels right.
re: There Is.. Another.. Fappening (56 comments)
It’s strange…because of the past few weeks we now live in a world where there are more nude pics of Jennifer Lawrence floating around than there are of Lindsay Lohan and Kim Kardashian…combined.
For the first time in a long time I have hope for the future.
re: Courtney Stodden & Doug Hutchison at World of Wonder (3 comments)
Well, the tits look much better from the side…so there’s that
re: Courtney Stodden & Doug Hutchison at World of Wonder (5 comments)
Are you kidding? If she hadn’t married a famous old creeper, gotten a ridiculous boob job, and all the other bullshit, she’d just be another high school drop out with no fame and no money. Her life choices have ensured her ride on the gravy train.
Ok, so, I have this weird middle ground experience that taught me how worthless beatings are. My parents never hit me as a matter of course. The one time my dad did lay hands on me he punched me square in the face. I can’t recall why he hit me, only that he did (yet another example of a beating not doing anything practical). However, my grandma would slap the shit out of me on the occasions that I pissed her off. To this day, much like the one beating my dad gave me, I can’t recall a single thing I did to precipitate being hit. I still remember getting hit very well, but all context is lost. It became about the beating, not the event that preceded it.
Getting hit didn’t make me better behaved, it didn’t make me listen any better or follow any more rules, it just made me resent my grandmother, and not want to be around her. Consequently, my parents schooled her (e.g. told her to cut that shit out or they wouldn’t let her see me), she stopped hitting me, and everything was square. Grandma was happier because I was suddenly more pleasant to be around (funny how hitting someone might make them a pain to be around, eh?), and consequently I didn’t act out as much.
“I don’t think it’s fair for us, the media, or anybody else to convict him”
Um…we aren’t, the courts will do that (or, more likely, won’t…because let’s be honest, dude’s rich)
“completely change our opinions of him,”
Um…yes it is. It’s our opinion, we can change it whenever we want. That’s the cool thing about it being ours.
“or even suggest the proper punishment for his actions.”
Um…yes it is. We can totally suggest all sorts of stuff. Now, if we were trying to unlawfully impose our batshit ideas on him, then you might have a point.
re: Janay Rice: 'You Ruined Our Life For Ratings' (121 comments)
Boom! Uncle Phil off the top rope! Totally going to crib that line.
That’s fucked up, and I’m sorry you had to go through it.
I did, however, want to correct one potentially bad piece of advice: “no matter how tall they are, you hit em in the nuts, and they go down”
That is not universally true, not by a long shot. Some people just get really, really angry. Especially if that someone is used to getting hit in the groin, say, someone who has a lot of experience fighting. I learned this one the hard way.