Friday, May 20, 2005

Maddox the online Pirate, tackles self-righteous liberal hollywood celebrities

One of the reason I believe that actors in Hollywood are so liberal is that they make their living "feeling" things and imagining that they are who they're embodying. They have to imagine actually being the person who they are portraying, feeling their feelings and emotions, saddened by their hurt and anxieties. But the problem is, they're only assuming these feelings and never really fully understand the complexities of each person. They only see the person through these intense feelings, and it ultimately boils down to feeling pity for them, not empathy. There's a huge difference.

Now, when you feel pity, it goes hand in hand with feeling better than someone. Essentially, "too bad they're not as good as I am". But since they do genuinely feel "bad", they try to reach out and "help" people, but too me it always comes off as not an expression of servitude, but a way to relieve themselves of their own guilt. And apparently, I'm not the only one:

I hate Cameron Diaz

...Every time [Cameron Diaz] opens her gaping mouth, she spews more self-righteous bullsh!t all over the place. One of my favorite lines is when she says "it's kind of gotten out of hand how much of a convenience we think we need." Diaz, who makes around $20 million per picture and drives a Lexus, was able to say this with a straight face. What the hell is that supposed to mean, "convenience we think we need"? We don't need it asshole, we want it. I like being able to get hot water, hot food, and hot porn whenever I want. Just as soon as you give up your mansion and live in a sh!t hut with your multi-millionaire boyfriend, we might give a sh!t about your criticism of the modern conveniences. (more)

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