The Elitist, The
Hippocrit, and The Forgetful Director
February 20th, 2004
Our country is currently overrun by people dying to be told what to do by other people, posing as professionals, who have no idea what they are talking about. Normally I’d let this slide, knowing full well that many people are weak and require anyone, no matter who it is, to tell them what to do. But this type of behavior is spilling out and bleeding into my everyday life. And I’m sick of having trends jammed down my throat. So it's time for me to jam the edge of my hand on the throats of those responsible. Head up, Dr. Phil.
Phil is overweight. But he has no problem getting in your face and telling
you to stop being a fatty waste of fat. Cuz, you see, Dr. Phil is above
criticism. He’s a “Doctor.” He totally gets real.
And Middle America loves watching people get verbally abused by TV hosts
posing as someone who cares. He can sit there and say he’s comfortable
with his weight, and in the same breath tell other people they need
to get real about how they look. Fuck you, jerkface.
Dr. Phil gave his advice in private, I wouldn’t mind so much.
It means he’s focused on actually performing his duties as…well,
whatever he is. But to constantly run TV promos of this mustached egg
is drawing the line. I found a quote from this Elitist asshole that
pretty much sums up my anger:
“You go to school and you learn how to read and write and add and subtract, but people really don't teach you life skills. They don't teach you how to choose a mate, how to manage your emotions, how to be a self-starter. They don't teach you a lot of those skills that we really have to have to get by."
Grimace, of course they don’t teach you life skills in school.
THAT’S WHAT PARENTS ARE FOR!!! And even if there’s a kid
at home without that parental influence, they’d be better off
learning from the drug dealer on the corner than from someone just looking
to “make it entertaining.” At least then if they feel bad
about their life, they can just smoke some crack.
The Atkins Diet is for chumps. Wanna know why? Because it's a diet trend. A trend so stupid that restaurants can claim they are Atkins-friendly. And how do they do this? They give you a sandwich without the bread. A sandwich without bread!?! Are we insane?! I saw a whole news story about a couple trying to cut down on carbs by making a ham and cheese "sandwich." They wrapped the ham in cheese and ate it. These are not sandwiches! The basic idea of Atkins is to cut down on carbs and to eat a whole lot of meat, and lose weight by doing it! Sounds extremely wrong, doesn't it? Well guess what? Atkins himself, the man who came up with this genius plan, wasn't exactly a paramount of health. Here's some excerpts from a recent article:
Diet guru Atkins qualified as obese
of the popular low-carbohydrate, high-fat Atkins diet are saying that
people should limit their intake of saturated fat by cutting back on
Atkins staples such as meat, cheese and butter, The New York Times reported
I swear, this Atkins guy just had to be messing around with his buddies one night. "Hey guys, check this out. I'm going to have a diet that goes against everything you've ever scientifically known about eating. I'm gonna fuck up that food pyramid once and for all." Or maybe growin up he just had a negligent teacher who cut off the bottom of the food pyramid when making copies, and this guy never realized bread was important. So when he came up with this fucked up diet and people called him on it, he was too embarrassed to admit it. Hopefully that's it. At least he'd would have an excuse. Unlike the droves of overweight zombies looking for an easy way to fix their problem. Their only excuse is that they're lazy, and by using a diet high in fat, they can continue eating the good parts of a sandwich.
Lee pissed me off again. And it has
to do with...The Super Bowl Halftime show! Here's what he said: Filmmaker
Spike Lee, speaking to Kent State University students in Ohio Tuesday,
called Jackson's display a "new low." "What's gonna be
next? It's getting crazy, and it's all down to money. Money and fame,"
the Do the Right Thing director said.
In short, don't pay attention to rich, famous people who think they're better than you, put that meat back between those damn buns, and celebrate the fact that the Super Bowl halftime show was actually made interesting this year.
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