Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Random Thoughts

When I read about the things that evil people do to children, it makes me wonder why we ever eliminated the death penalty. There is no argument that will change my mind on this issue, not religion, not morality, not philosophy. Not only should these monsters be put to death, they should first be made to suffer the same pain they inflicted on their victims. If this makes me a monster, I guess I'll have to live with that.

The mayor of Hoboken does not want Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi and Jennifer "JWoww" Farley's "Jersey Shore" spinoff. In a  letter to 495 Productions, Mayor Dawn Zimmer has officially denied the request to let the spinoff take place in Hoboken. Good for you Mayor Zimmer, I would move to Hoboken just so I could vote for you. These brainless bimbos, whose only talent is the amount of silicone their bodies can tolerate, should be put to sleep.

The headline read: Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney said on Wednesday that he's "not concerned about the very poor". This quote from Huff Post shows that yellow journalism is not dead. The article goes on to say that Romney said that there is already a safety net of programs in place to help the very poor, and that if needs to be improved, he will do that. His main concern is for middle class Americans who just keep getting handed the bills and for whom no safety net exists. Sadly, many people will only read the headline and form an opinion about Mr. Romney on that basis alone. Got to love that liberal media!

Demi Moore has had a rough few months. She lost her husband, then had a drug overdose which led her to back off from a movie role. She is just another sad example of how this country's youth culture destroys people who succumb to it. In many cultures, the elderly are revered; in the United States, they are too often ignored or discarded. Instead of chasing that elusive fountain of youth, we should embrace the gifts that come with age. PS. An added downside of Demi pulling out of that movie is that the part went to Sara Jessica Parker, someone with no discernible talent.

From Sara O'Leary in Huff Post: "Three years ago, Ms. Deen was diagnosed with Type II Diabetes. For the next three years, she continued on her delicious, wildly unhealthy course without missing a single marketing beat. She evangelized her fat, fried and sugared recipes with the enthusiasm of a drug pusher, only to become one for drug company Novo Nordisk when there was money to be made." This pretty much speaks for itself, but let me add my two cents: Shame on you Paula.


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The Whiner said...

Agree with all of the above Random Thoughts. I especially admire the Mayor of Hoboken for taking a stand against what is a horrifying trend of people with no talent, morals, brains, or anything to offer society become rich and famous by acting like drunken sluts.

Joseph Del Broccolo said...

How can we appreciate the garbage we see like Jersey Shore? There are so many worthy women in this world that deserve 'notoriety' for what good they do, not the amounts of silicone, dumb thoughts and moronic associates these idiots on that show boast of.