Hollywood Celebrities: The Problem Minority

Sad, but true, Klavan on the Culture!  It is time that we all give Hollywood Celebrities the help they so desperately need.  We would all benefit also.  What would we give to not have to listen again to the foreign policy musings of Madonna’s ex?

Truly, no price would be too great!

9 Responses to Hollywood Celebrities: The Problem Minority

  • But…. But…. They understand (and heart!) Marx, right?

    The “benders” remind me of the average college kid. Main difference being no rare and infrequent all-nighters.

  • Leave myself open to flames, but somehow I think Sean Penn would be a more interesting dinner conversationalist than Pat Robertson.

  • If that were my choice Joe, I would much prefer dining alone with a good book at a White Castle!

  • “Leave myself open to flames, but somehow I think Sean Penn would be a more interesting dinner conversationalist than Pat Robertson.”

    So would Goering, but I think I would skip the meal.

  • Well, Don, of course, a third choice would have me at White Castle, but then I’d have to drive two days to find one. The frozen ones just don’t taste the same. Not to threadjack, but has anyone here read Anthony Trollope? Loved Barchester Chronicles (The Warden & Barchester Towers). The Church of England was never so funny.

  • “Well, Don, of course, a third choice would have me at White Castle, but then I’d have to drive two days to find one.”

    I pity you Joe for being so far away from sliders. Between bankruptcy hearings today I will be partaking of my daily quota of greasy food for lunch at a White Castle and reading a new book on guerilla warfare in the Civil War. Those type of moments make even the practice of law tolerable.

  • mmm . . . White Castle . . .

  • I didn’t even click on the clip of Sean (“I luv Hugo Chavez!”) Penn. Just seeing him, with rumpled shirt and the white man’s version of the Don King hairstyle, looking indistinguishable from characters I’ve seen sleeping on park benches, made me long for the days of Cary Grant.

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