Feb 26, 2010 at 16:29:53
“Okay, I'm working at McDonald's for now, and I'm never going to look at a Big Mac the same way again...”
Igor13 on Feb 26, 2010 at 21:02:28
“Only meant in fun , I hope it's not to traumatic.
Should you find yourself to overcome to work with a product with waaaaayyyyyyy to many euphemisms in one jingle, I will be happy to testify at your workers comp hearing as an expert witness.
Coming next time; Special orders DO upset us.”
“She deserves to be tossed into freaking prison like every other sleazy drug peddler.
And this is why the justice system is so flawed it's disgusting. Many don't seem to be thinking very clearly that situations involving drugs...escalate. I guess whenever this woman manages to get someone killed, she should get away with it too. Go buy a Victoria's Secret catalog or a Playboy if you're so desperate to spank the monkey.
And someone recommended HP because this was supposed to be an "intellektewell site"?”
isaidit on Feb 28, 2010 at 17:50:34
“Wow. You sound like the kind of person that inspires other people to take drugs. Lots of drugs.”
dim on Feb 28, 2010 at 15:19:58
“I would be very happy if you left the HP posting boards. Go call people sleazy elsewhere.”
What is annoying about this story is that people still want her operation to succeed because "SHE'S A MODEL!!!1!!!!11!!!!!"
Situations involving drugs and gangs, especially in cases such as these, tend to escalate. Drugs and money won't be the only things at stake.
If people want to insert self-destructive substances into their bodies, that's one thing, but because drugs are illegal, disclosing the anonymity of a notorious drug gang would most likely result in vengeful crime.
I don't think this should be taken too lightly. If this is the truth, she needs to be tossed into jail.”
potrerohillman on Mar 1, 2010 at 02:22:09
“tossed indeed, do you think she likes silk sheets?”
JBS on Feb 26, 2010 at 23:23:45
“Nah. Don't judge the entire readership of Huffpost on a certain vocal minority who let the little head do all the thinking.”
“'Kay, but frankly I don't think she's that great looking. I think she looks about one plastic surgery away from looking like Amanda Lepore or Pete Burns from Dead or Alive...
Second of all, I never inferred that she's had plastic surgery done per se, but it's an inevitable path that most "models" take...and I don't scream "plastic surgery" at the sight of anyone who's beautiful but at the sight of someone whose lips look like they've been attacked by a swarm of bees and a nose that's nearly been carved out of existence.
If someone's gorgeous, I admit it. If I'm jealous of someone, I admit it.
Your overreaction just screams that you're one of those excessively vain people I was talking about.
I won't post my photo on Huffingtonpost because I prefer to be judged on my words than my picture...and if you want to estimate my physical attractiveness, go ahead. I've no problem admitting I suffer severe self esteem problems, but I don't try to look good, and when I do, I get loads of compliments.
And if you think that you're somehow more righteous because you just attacked my insecurities because I made a joke about this woman's future and bad karma, you aren't, soooo very kindly GFYWACS, thanks.”
Feb 24, 2010 at 17:41:13
“Cue the squadron of apologists.
Hey, if you're too righteous to pass judgement on other people, then what are you doing on the Entertainment board at all?
No matter who it is, any time some high profile punk makes a fool of himself, there's always a long queu of posters who guilt trip everyone else for their opinions being too judgemental. Charlie Sheen has attempted to strangle his current wife and shot at a former partner, but the politically correct response is that he's just misunderstood.
By trying to persuade us that "WELL NOBODY'S PERFECT AND LEAVE (CHARLIE SHEEN) ALONE!" is one of the most overused and baseless argumentative tactics ever. No-one here is claiming to be perfect and upright citizens, but very many of us have proceded in life without attempting murder. The only ones who are "hypocrites" are those of us who've battered or assaulted someone else within an inch of their life. Weaknesses, flaws, crimes, and wrongness rank different degrees, and beating or choking someone nearly to death is on a much higher degree of crime than what many have done in poor judgment.
You call us self-righteous for judging Charlie Sheen's behavior, yet I suppose that scolding a group of people who are bored on a website for the sake of competing moral authority is the non-judgemental choice, all the way.”
Feb 23, 2010 at 22:42:34
“I read that wrong. Self pwn.
It's called an opinion, and judging by the men she's married (let alone slept with), she'd give almost anything the time of day. Trust me.
I doubt that more than half of men would get into bed with her, and that includes all the big talkers who claim they'd do her if they had the chance. No they wouldn't. Maybe if they spent less time with their hands down their pants and actually developed a social skill, them "hitting" anything would be actually vaguely believable.”
Feb 23, 2010 at 17:45:06
“While I understand that all artists imitate their predecessors, and that's fine, Lady GaGa and her fans make believe that this hasn't been done before and that all of their critics "just don't understand" and that's why they're annoyed by her.”
EllaUmbrella on Feb 23, 2010 at 18:10:33
“wow, I feel the same way! and I love Lady GaGa's music but I get so annoyed when people put down Madonna -- GaGa is pretty much this generation's Madonna -- and that is an honor.
A lot of what Madonna did was original and a lot of what GaGa does is original, but I think it's childish to say one is greater, or more creative, or more "musically gifted" than the other (clearly anyone can learn to play the piano or guitar), especially when GaGa clearly uses Madonna as an inspiration, and Madonna clearly has an amazing, ongoing careet -- and she's over twice GaGa's age.”
Feb 23, 2010 at 17:41:45
First of all, I think she's too pretty to be overcompensating with nudity, unlike most of today's unremarkable sex symbols.
Second of all, I've seen way more than I've ever wanted to see on many occasions. She has a very nice body, and I'd love to have one like hers, but I've seen her T&A so many times already. Put it away, FFS.”
Feb 23, 2010 at 15:47:39
“First of all, Christianist? Is that a word?
Second of all, no. Refer to my original post. I'm not offended or outraged by her performance as much as I'm just annoyed at this point.
It seems to me that the only people who think that everyone SHOULD be outraged by Lady GaGa are the people who only listen to overtly commercial music, because only by comparison to *those* musicians would Lady GaGa be considered "shocking".”