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Tina Fey Calls Out The Oscars for Political Correctness, Liberal 'Hollywood Bullshit'

'Everyone is telling me what to do, and people are yelling at me about rape and corporate greed and climate change.'

Tina FeyJimmy FallonTina Fey blasted this years Oscars show for its over-the-top political correctness and predictably liberal preaching. 

"Halfway through, I was like, 'This is some real Hollywood bullshit,'" she told Howard Stern on Tuesday. "Everyone is telling me what to do, and people are yelling at me about rape and corporate greed and climate change. It's like, guys, pick a lane." 

Fey was probably referring to Lady Gaga's performance of The Hunting Ground's "Until It Happens to You," which featured survivors of rape taking the stage; The Big Short's Adam McKay, who called out rich people for buying elections in his acceptance speech after winning Best Adapted Screenplay; and Leonardo DiCaprio, who rambled on about climate change during his Best Actor speech. 

"“They’re like, ‘We’re going to fix everything tonight.’ Like, you’re all rich,” said Fey. “Why are you yelling at me about corporate greed?" 

This not the first time Fey has made such criticisms. She previously announced that she was done apologizing for offensive jokes after some on the left accused an episode of her show, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, of racial insensitivity. 

"Let's face it, actors are very stupid," she said. 

Later, she defended DiCaprio against Stern's accusations that he is a misogynist because he sleeps with a lot of 18-year-old models. 

"Is it misogynistic to sleep with a bunch of women who want to sleep with you?" asked Fey. "I don't think it's misogynistic. I think everybody there is up for it."

[Related: Would Chris Rock's Edgy Oscars Monologue Get Him Banned for a College Campus?]

Photo Credit: Jimmy Fallon

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  • Restoras||

    I love watching the left eat its own.

  • Brian O'Blivion||

    Bleh, shit eating itself. Think I'll pass.

  • Sanjuro Tsubaki||

    She's eating them. And then she's gonna eat you!

  • Fist of Etiquette||

    Bed has been made but for some reason lying it in now presents a problem.

  • Darth Fabulous||

    Completely unrelated: but why would you lye in a bed that you've already made? Don't you make your bed after you;re done lying in it? One of those phrases that makes no sense when you actually think about it.

  • antiquarian||

    Just lye in a bed of ash, and you make soap!

  • raptor78||

    No, if you think about it it does make sense. You do make your bed after lying in it, but then the following night you lie in it again.

  • Trollificus||

    It all seems so...pointless...

  • plusafdotcom||

    Seams... pointless...

  • Pay up, Palin's Buttplug!||

    "Lord Randall" contains the same form of making your bed before lying it:

    "I ha been at the greenwood; mother, mak my bed soon,
    For I'm wearied wi hunting, and fain wad lie down."

    It was explain to me when I was a wee'un, that sheets weren't kept on the bed and you had to put the sheets on the bed, or make it, before you went to bed.

  • Libertopian||

    Celebrities who are starting to rebel against political correctness should be encouraged rather than condemned.

  • buybuydandavis||

    Yeah, but it doesn't mean you can't enjoy watching the Left eating it's own.

    And I think it still pays to point out they're only against the Progressive Theocracy when the Inquisition is on the other foot.

    If her anti PC only goes so far as protesting PC friendly fire, and of course, fire against herself individually, I aint that interested.

  • Lee G||

    Go Tina, keep going down that intellectual path.

  • Zeb||

    Good for her.

  • Deckard||

    Good for her and I hope she sticks with it, but am I wrong in thinking she was pushing a lot of this shit just a few years ago? Maybe i'm mistaken.

  • The Last American Hero||

    Bingo. You made this bed Tina, now you get to sleep in it. Perhaps with Leo.

  • Suell||

    She is over the age of 24 and not a model so Leo will not be sharing that bed.

  • Chipwooder||

    you know, I had this reaction too, but if she's seeing the light now isn't that a good thing in the end?

    Better that than doubling down on leftist bullshit.

  • ||

    Depends on whether you disfavor hypocrisy, inconsistency, duplicity, and stupidity. I don't nearly know enough about her come to a conclusion here.

  • Chipwooder||

    Neither do I, but it's nice to see someone at least having second thoughts.

  • Ship of Theseus||

    She likely only has second thoughts when it's about the things that annoy her. When it's her pet cause, I'm sure she'll go right back to the PC bullshit.

  • ||

    So, nobody is allowed to change his mind. Got it.

    Leaving aside that idiocy, it's working against ourselves to condemn people who come to their senses. If we continue to beat them up there is no incentive for them to change.

  • Rt. Hon. Judge Woodrow Chipper||

    I agree with you completely. But the fact that she isn't admitting that she has changed her mind makes one wonder if she actually has. Maybe all she wanted was the preaching to be at a different venue because it wrecked the show.

  • buybuydandavis||

    But the fact that she isn't admitting that she has changed her mind makes one wonder if she actually has.

    Yep. It really do us much good if all she is arguing for is for the Progressive Inquisition to avoid friendly fire.

  • antiquarian||

    Amen!

  • Diane Reynolds (Paul.)||

    So, nobody is allowed to change his mind. Got it.

    No. Perhaps you missed yesterday's linked post about the rabid, screaming Political Vegan who apologized, admitting everything he said was wrong. The hate from the vegans for changing his mind was derptastic.

  • ||

    I wrong in thinking she was pushing a lot of this shit just a few years ago?

    Al Gore was on 30Rock twice. One would think providing a Divinity School dropout with a platform to lecture true believers on AGW is the epitome of Hollywood Bullshit. Still, intellectual growth is a good thing.

  • Krabappel||

    Al Gore's appearance were the worst moments of 30 Rock. :[

  • Krabappel||

    In one of the episodes with Al Gore, Tina Fey's character was OK with the environmental messaging until she actually had to give up something herself -- I appreciate the recognition of leftist hypocrisy there.

  • C. Anacreon||

    But when he danced, you could clearly see he had that 'Al Gore rhythm.'

    OMG while entering this Android autocorrect changed "Al Gore" to "Allah Gore." YMMV.

  • macsnafu||

    "Al Gore rhythm"? Ouch! Next you'll be saying Al Gore coded the internet!

  • Deckard||

    BTW semi related

    I have been doing open mic nights at comedy clubs and it's going pretty well.

    My goal is to get a gig at a college, and then get banned for life for triggering or patriarchy, or whatever.

  • antiquarian||

    Do it as spectacularly as you can (and let us know, so we can be there for moral support).

  • patches44||

    Nope. It's classic Hollywood hypocrite. It's only bad when the shrill whining is pointed at them.

  • ||

    Later, she defended DiCaprio against Stern's accusations that he is a misogynist because he sleeps with a lot of 18-year-old models.

    The author clearly got this backwards, right? I haven't listened in a decade but when did Stern turn into the people he used to trash gleefully?

  • ||

    Based on a couple of hours of Stern, he does not appear to be principled. He babbles, and seeks attention. Got to respect that he succeeds. Yet, how? I see no ounce of charisma.

  • SusanM||

    Based on a few years, you're pretty much right. Trolling for reactions and trying to start drama are his specialties.

  • antiquarian||

    Damn. Shouldn't Howard Stern be running as Trump's VP, then?

  • plusafdotcom||

    Nope... Woof Blister would be better... or at least as Press Secretary...
    He'd keep the MSM fueled with shit for decades, distracting the viewers and voters from any serious 'thinking' about Anything.
    Sad.

  • John C. Randolph||

    Howard Stern is a scumbag. Anyone who lived in DC in 1982 remembers why that asshole had to get the fuck out of town.

    -jcr

  • Chipwooder||

    I'm like you - used to be a huge Stern fan, haven't listened in many years. It's like I'm taking crazy pills - am I mistaken, and he ISN'T the same guy who used to do the butt bongo?

  • C. Anacreon||

    If you have SiriusXM in your car, you are contributing to Stern's billionaire status.

    He really has no legitimacy to criticize anyone for being a "one-percenter".

  • Long Woodchippers||

    And you post probably the least attractive pic of Fey I've ever seen. May I nominate this
    http://www.laineygossip.com/Co.....icles/tina vf 2 dec08.jpg

    It's funny, all my leftist friends on Twitter are wringing their hands in delight, proclaiming the inevitable Trump candidacy, so they righteously trash all the 'ignorant Republicans'

    Take the plank out of your own eye.

  • ||

    Well, that's refreshing.

  • Roger the Shrubber||

    People feel validated when celebrities share their political views. I don't get it.

  • Jackand Ace||

  • Jackand Ace||

  • ||

    looks like Kurt is in Big Trouble with a Little Bureaucrat

  • Jackand Ace||

    I like him. Was great in "Miracle."

  • Chipwooder||

    You liked Miracle even though your team lost the big game?

  • Derpmaster General||

    Zing!

    As a side note the 30 for 30 on the USSR team was really interesting.

  • Chipwooder||

    the documentary Red Army was even better, although it was about Soviet hockey in general rather than the 1980 team in particular.

    Boris Mikhailov is still REALLY salty about losing that game, isn't he? hahaha

  • Jackand Ace||

    I'm a hockey purist.

  • ||

    Tina Fey is no mere actress, she's a writer and comedienne. Actors just feel things and look pretty.

  • plusafdotcom||

    and with comments like those, she demonstrates a talent non-existent in most 'actors'.... the ability to think and reason.
    Go, Tina! Speak out more!

  • Curtisls701||

    I love the hubris of calling themselves cultural leaders. Past that, it was pretty much a list of people you'd typically expect to support a far left candidate, so nothing new, here.

  • Ship of Theseus||

    I recognized about 1/10th of those names.

    BTW - does anyone really care what Flea thinks?

  • Trollificus||

    His opinion on "Tastiest Dog" might be of some value.

  • Ceci n'est pas un woodchipper||

    You know, I always thought Tina Fey was an ideological fellow-traveler of those folks. It's nice to hear that the entertainment industry isn't a solid bloc.

  • Krabappel||

    I would be willing to bet that Fey is a loot smarter than the majority of Hollywood. I know she leans left but 30 Rock was extremely entertaining (the episodes parodying Bravo-style reality shows are especially hilarious). The Alec Baldwin as evil capitalist Republican was never taken too seriously and he was still a character you liked, not hated.

    Her book was also very funny.

  • Chipwooder||

    Of course she's smart, she's a UVA grad.

    /wahoowa

  • Krabappel||

    I live in Charlottesville - they aren't all smart. :|

  • Chipwooder||

    CVille is a great town. Wish I still lived there, but being in Richmond I'm only an hour away anyway.

  • PBR Streetgang||

    Wahoowa indeed! I've lived in both Charlottesville and RVA, both great towns.

  • ||

    Reason meetup, anyone?

  • Krabappel||

    Are you local, also?

  • ||

    Yes.

  • Krabappel||

    http://reason.com/blog/2016/02.....nt_5930635

    LynchPin1477 and I were just talking about having one last week. Reason HyR Beer Run takeover? Or should we plan a more cosmotarian affair at Bang?

  • ||

    I'm closer to Richmond.

  • Trollificus||

    Oh dear! I wonder how many times she was raped?

  • WuzYoungOnceToo||

    The Alec Baldwin as evil capitalist Republican was never taken too seriously and he was still a character you liked, not hated.

    That's generally an unintentional effect. Boston Legal was a leftist preach-fest, and Shatner's "Denny Crane" role was created and written as an evil, rich conservative buffoon. And yet he ended up being the real star of the show, and by far the most popular and likable character on it.

  • What's that smell?||

    That phenomenon goes back to Archie Bunker. He was created to be a hated bigot but became more popular/likable than liberal son-in-law Mike. Who was to be the sage voice of reason.

  • Jackand Ace||

    Yeah, those Hollywood types are always opining on their pet causes ad nauseum. Here is another one

    http://reason.com/blog/2015/12.....t-russells

    Give it up, right Robby?

  • dantheserene||

    I don't normally approve of feeding trolls, but I can't help but notice you found one somewhat self described libertarian example in Hollywood, while pretty much everyone else there could be a progtard example. Well done for doing your homework, I guess.

  • Jackand Ace||

    So sometimes it's "Hollywood BS" but other times it's Hollywood righteousness, eh? Sometimes it's people using Hollywood to validate one's beliefs and other times it's an individual using free speech?

    You'll let us know which is which I'm sure.

  • Long Woodchippers||

    It's very validating when someone on the other side sees the light, even if for a brief moment. Makes me feel there may be hope for them yet.

  • Migrant Log Chipper||

    You're too stupid to know the difference, joe.

  • Red Rocks Rockin||

    There's a bit of a difference between a celebrity that's asked about their views in an interview with the media and one that uses an awards show to pimp their cause du jour. You don't even know what the fuck you're arguing here.

  • Jackand Ace||

    So much for free speech, eh?

  • Michael Ejercito||

    Just because they have a right to do it does not make it the right thing to do.

  • FreeRadical||

    Do you know what "free speech" is? No one is saying that the nitwits don't have a right to prattle on about how "concerned" they are about some issue du jour.

    Fey called it bullshit. I agree. You know, vigorous criticism of publicly stated opinions. The very core of the idea of free speech.

    And for some reason, you don't understand this?

  • Sevo||

    "And for some reason, you don't understand this?"

    Being that Jack is an ignoramus and dishonest, I'm not sure he didn't understand or understood and hoped we wouldn't notice.

  • Sevo||

    Jackand Ace|3.2.16 @ 10:08AM|#
    "So much for free speech, eh?"

    MOVE that golapost, shitstain!

  • Red Rocks Rockin||

    Like I said, you have no idea what the fuck you're arguing here. You did a great job torching that strawman, though.

  • C. Anacreon||

    Damn you for always making me hear "Rockin' Robin" in my head every time I read one of your posts.

  • Rt. Hon. Judge Woodrow Chipper||

    So much for free speech, eh?

    Typical passive-aggressive non-response from joe when called on his focusing on the sliver in the pie chart.

  • Chipwooder||

    Excellent point. Kurt Russell doing one interview with Reason is exactly like the same shitheads prattling on about their leftist beliefs.

  • Jackand Ace||

    So the qualifying factor is just quantity of times?

  • Chipwooder||

    Yes, that certainly plays a role, as does the medium. If actors want to talk to Mother Jones about their collection of Che shirts, good for them.

    The thing I despise more than any other about the left is their relentless politicization of things that are not inherently political.

  • Sevo||

    Jackand Ace|3.2.16 @ 10:09AM|#
    "So the qualifying factor is just quantity of times?"

    One is responding to questions, the other is taking an opportunity to preach, and you, imbecile, can't see the difference?
    Or do you hope your misdirection won't be noticed?

  • This Machine||

    One is responding to questions, the other is taking an opportunity to preach, and you, imbecile, can't see the difference?

    I really don't think Joe can see the difference. He actually believes that answering questions in an interview designed to discuss politics, and prattling on under the limelight when no one asked for an opinion, are the exact same thing. He's actually that retarded.

    Sub-median height, sub-median IQ, sub-median life. I thought our trolls held themselves to a higher standard.

  • Trollificus||

    Careful. If you point out that one individual giving one interview is substantially NOT equal to 40 years of thousands of uneducated feelzmongers in tens of thousands of inappropriate venues, he may pull out his ace in the hole...TOM SELLECK (once publically admitted voting Republican, I think, or something)

    Thereby proving absolutely nothing, but expect he'll declare the win.

  • Eric||

    Um. Penn Gillette...

    Just be honest that it's human nature to seek ideas that correlate with your own from people in a perceived position of power/fame. It helps affirm your own beliefs.

    I dearly wish that there were more people on the left that had the courage to speak out against the authoritarian drift of the establishment. Liberty is not a left/right issue, but for some reason the conventional wisdom amongst many libertarians is that it is.

  • ||

    Gillette may be a celebrity, but he's famous for being smart, not for being pretty. Big difference between him and an actor. And it's not that actors are inherently stupid, Heddy Lamar being the best counterexample, but stupidity is not a disqualification for the trade.

  • My Dog Bites Better Than Yours||

    That's "Hedley "

  • jb4479||

    +1 Blazing Saddle

  • ||

    When I think of Political Correctness, Liberal 'Hollywood Bullshit' one of the first names that comes to mind is Tina 'I can see Russia from my house' Fey.

  • Eric||

    Whatever dude. The time to white knight Palin was like 8 years ago. She deserved every bit of scorn she received, and I thought Fey was fucking spot on hilarious.

  • ant1sthenes||

    Nothing wrong with mocking idiotic/nasty/corrupt GOP politicians. The problem is the absence of mocking idiotic/nasty/corrupt prog politicians. Can't blame that on one person, especially since her Palin thing is mostly because of the physical resemblance.

  • ||

    ^This. There was a comedian named Richard Dixon who had a good run impersonating President Nixon in comedy routines. When life hands you something like that you run with it.

  • soflarider||

    Not to defend Fey, but perhaps it's those repeating her lines and attributing them to Palin, who should be the objects of scorn.

  • MJGreen - Docile Citizen||

    The Big Short's Adam McKay, who called out rich people for buying elections in his acceptance speech after winning Best Adapted Screenplay

    Jesus, McKay, stick to silly comedies.

  • Chipwooder||

    But I'm sure he was talking about the other rich celebrities sitting there at the show who have given many millions of dollars to Dem candidates and PACs! baaaahhahahaha

  • Bird Person||

  • Curtisls701||

    Worthy.

  • FreeRadical||

    Will this cause Fey to be expelled from the group of vetted and approved "good" people?

  • johnnyreb||

    Nothing like Hypocrisy to get one going. DeCaprio blabbering on about climate change but yet has no problem flying around the world in private jets and sailing massive yachts. When Adam McKay voluntarily passes on every deduction and tax loophole and pays his full percentage of Income Tax, local, State and Federal he owes along with 50 to 60 percent of his net income donated to the underprivileged then talk to me about the evil rich.

  • toolkien||

    People, she said "pick a lane". Obviously, she simply wants the Oscar to be all about ONE THEME at a time, not a scattershot approach. If rape is the theme, stick with it throughout.

    Put another way, I hold certain beliefs, but I MAY have a problem with how some like minded people approach the subject. For example, I watched the first few seasons of Bullshit with Penn and Teller. I agreed with probably 99% of what they said. But, after a while, the manner in which they said it got irritating.

    So, here, I assume for Fey, it's not the what but the how. I don't like having my beliefs tied up in conceited righteousness either. But she's probably still on the wrong side of the philosophical fence.

  • Tornado16nb||

    I couldn't believe it but actually agreed with piers morgan article the other day.

  • Jackand Ace||

    It's amusing to me how libertarians can't stand Hollywood types speaking out when it's issues they don't like. If it's an issue they support, it's posted here. One is BS, the other is righteous. It just depends on the cause for a libertarian.

    The reality is it's just speech. When "speech" was expanded to include money, no problems for that speech, to a libertarian, to overwhelm any platform (political campaigns) at all.

    When it's actual speech, not the defined kind, libertarians have all kinds of problems with it when it overwhelms a platform...in this case The Academy Awards.

    BS, speech, and platforms...libertarians get to define the acceptability of each, I guess. Of course, their definitions are only selective.

  • HeirToLiberty||

    You misunderstand.

    It's annoying, yes. We might even say that it is inappropriate for the setting. We might even decide to rant about how cloying it was all night long.

    We, however, would never advocate passing a law to restrict said speech. We are critical of the content of speech, but do, indeed, support their right to say it.

    Being a libertarian is not about not criticizing others' speech, but protecting its legality in all forms. No one is saying that it should be illegal, just that it was cloying and ridiculous. Nothing more, nothing less.

  • Jackand Ace||

    Fair enough.

  • Migrant Log Chipper||

    joe doesn't know the difference.

  • Sevo||

    Jackand Ace|3.2.16 @ 11:19AM|#
    "It's amusing to me how libertarians can't stand Hollywood types speaking out when it's issues they don't like."

    It's equally amusing watching lefty shitstains misunderstand or post dishonestly.
    Yes, that's you.

  • AFSlade||

    What I love is the complete cognitive dissonance that he's criticizing libertarians for their critical speech of another person's speech. i.e. It's "improper" to criticize leftist free speech and if you do, you're bad. Either this guy is a complete fucking moron, or a complete liar, or both.

    BTW, Jackand, the First Amendment has nothing to do with people pointing out what retards the Hollywood elite are. It involves restrictions on government, you halfwit. "Congress shall make no law..." Fucking dope this guy is. This entire thread proves that he should never even be conversed with.

  • Jackand Ace||

    I for one hope you take your own advice. Outside of the improvement, I'll never know the difference.

  • FreeRadical||

    I think it's self-rightous bullshit and bad form to use the platform they were given to preach at me. It irritates me. That's all.

    The Citizens United case was about the government actually banning a movie from being aired. It was about an actual, real, abridgement of the right of free speech backed up by the power of the state.

    Jack, you refuse to see the obvious difference between those two situations. I guess you are just a fucking asshole who is being purposely obtuse.

  • buybuydandavis||

    It's amusing to me how libertarians can't stand Hollywood types speaking out when it's issues they don't like.

    Lot's of people object to injecting politics into everything.

    But I don't see anything wrong with not being able to stand progressive thugs. Libertarians don't do *enough* hating on them.

    All I am saying, is give hate a chance.

  • John C. Randolph||

    libertarians can't stand Hollywood types speaking out when it's issues they don't like.

    What, are you fucking stupid? Hollywood pukes can say stupid shit all they like, and libertarians like myself will say that it's stupid shit. Just like the stupid shit you say.

    I've noticed that a lot of you leftards can't grasp the difference between criticism and force. When you spew bullshit, I'm going to tell you that it's bullshit. I'm not going to put a gun to your head and tell you to shut the fuck up or get your tiny little brain blown out.

    -jcr

  • Delius||

    It seems odd to use such an unflattering picture of Fey in a post that is quoting her approvingly.

  • HollywoodInToto||

    She's starting to see the light. First, she defended her 'Schmidt' show for an un-PC joke ... now this. What people forget is that Fey's '30 Rock' routinely tweaked the Left and the Right, often brilliantly so. Too bad the creative fumes went dry near the end.

    Now ... check out the reviews for her new film 'Whisky Tango Foxtrot.' It shows US soldiers in a very mature, positive light ... but the film is being tagged for hiring Alfred Molina to play an Arab character.

  • MarkLastname||

    No doubt she'll be this generation's Dennis Miller.

  • patskelley||

    let's hope

  • Sanjuro Tsubaki||

    When did Dennis kick the bucket?

  • Johnx||

    Way to go Tina Fey!!! I think you just tripled your fan base by not buying into all that bullshit!! Kudos to you!

  • woodNfish||

    Another leftist Hollywood hypocrite. It isn't exactly like they are rare. Nice of her to stand up and prove it though.

  • patskelley||

    Am relieved to hear her stand up to the Hollywood Mob.

  • antiquarian||

    I knew I liked Tina Fey for a reason. First Jerry Seinfeld and Chris Rock are tellin' the truth about P.C. Thought Nazis, and now Tiny Fey. The world is comin' after you, Social Justice Warriors!

  • Sanjuro Tsubaki||

    Yeah, we're comin' for you SJW's --oh look, a squirrel!

  • josh||

    am i the only one who thinks after leo won his oscar, there were three or so 18 year old victoria's secret models waiting for him to choose among them? i just get this feeling that when he tires of one he makes a phone call and there's another one waiting at his next destination.

  • granite state destroyer||

    30 Rock was always very good at mocking leftist pretensions, feminist nonsense and even racial identity sacred cows. Tina Fey is not a leftist, she is temperamentally a Connecticut Rockefeller Republican. And yes, you can consider Sarah Palin an idiot without necessarily being a leftist.

  • ||

    Howard Stern has become a real PC numbskull. Him who used to have porn stars on his show. What if someone told him he was a misogynist for that? Now he's all 'older and wiser' crap. GTFO.

  • ||

    Good for Tina, but I insist on a progress report at the end of each month.

    Leaving a cult built on false premises is very hard to detach from.

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  • HTuttle||

    Welcome to the LeftyWorld YOU helped create, moron.

  • Steven Rush||

    Howard Stern about DiCaprio "How do you f*ck so many women without a conscience?" Wow, how did Stern become so old and femme. He sounds like a dumb chick.

  • Uncle Jay||

    RE: Tina Fey Calls Out The Oscars for Political Correctness, Liberal 'Hollywood Bullshit'

    But Tina, these Hollywood people live in fantasy world.
    Who wouldn't believe someone that makes millions of dollars in a make believe world.
    They have fame.
    They have fortunes.
    They have severe constipation.
    Who wouldn't want to listen to someone who is ignorant of the real world, economics, history, politics, or logic.
    But at least they're all good looking, can pretend really well and have a nice smile.
    If those traits don't make everyone listen to their asinine viewpoints, nothing will.

  • Entelechy||

    In this, at least, Leonardo Di Caprio is an example to the youth of The Nation.

    Too bad he's failed in persuading National Review to get with the program.

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  • Sanjuro Tsubaki||

    "Let's face it, actors are very stupid," she said.

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