Wednesday, May 28, 2008
Hey Sharon: Shut the Holy Hell Up!
"I'm not happy about the way that the Chinese are treating the Tibetans because
I don't think anyone should be unkind to anyone else," she told reporters at
Cannes. "And so I have been very concerned about how to think and what to do
because I don't like that." She said she's also been wondering how the United
States should handle the Olympics because China is "not being nice to the Dalai
Lama, who's a good friend of mine." When the earthquake hit, Stone wondered if
it was a case of what goes around, comes around. "Then all this earthquake and
all this stuff happened, and I thought, is that karma? When you're not nice,
that the bad things happen to you."
You don't like being unkind to anyone else? Really? Are you sure?
To quote Al Pacino in the cinematic classic Heat: I am over-f**king-whelmed.
So, the Communist Chinese government refuses to give up militarily strategic territory and the karmic invoice is over 20,000 citizens losing their lives? How is that nice?
Isn't displaying breathtakingly callous indifference to the plight of poor people suffering from a natural disaster cruel on a Darth Vader scale?
You think your pal the Dalai Lama is looking at the earthquake victims, giggling to himself and muttering "Serves you right, you rat bastards." Maybe, but I doubt it.
Sharon Stone needs to stick to what she does best: desperately clinging to her beauty from 20 years ago and playing minor roles in forgettable films.
That's the Sharon Stone I know and ignore.
"Will the press breathlessly report on the vacous pronouncements of some teen horror flick celebrity as she reads the future from the runes she has cast in her room in some pricey detox centre?"
Couldn't of said it better.
Anon: I agree - which is why I generally ignore "celebritards." But ol' Sharon's brainwave about karmic payback was too much to ignore.
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