Apr 21st 2010 3:01AM Who says this was a mistake? Kirstie Alley is fat, she knows it, she's trying to make money off of being fat, she's a sad parody of her former Cheers self. The joke was funny and it's nothing Kirstie Alley should even try to comment on. If you are going to publicly make fun of yourself you can't be upset when others join in. "Us girls would stick together...?" That's just stupid. Last I checked, Reba is a highly successful artist on multiple platforms; Kirstie Alley is a constantly inflating and deflating blimp who apparently ate her talent and potential along with whatever she ate to reach her obese status. Better yet, why is there even an article about this? I guess she's just looking for more publicity since it's widely reported that her ratings are in the toilet, AGAIN. People started watching Kirstie Alley again in one of her "fat" shows mainly out of morbid curiosity. That will only carry you so far. Eventually, people realize that there's nothing entertaining about watching her gain weight. It's a sideshow act. Everybody's seen the fat lady and they're over it already. Maybe if she lost all that weight and became hot again, somebody would watch. It's almost hard to watch that slob these days when there are reruns of Cheers on tv every night. It's sad, she used to be relatively hot, never super hot, but she was ok for the times. Now she's this fat joke looking to get on tv by any means necessary. Maybe if she threatens to eat the president or something they'll keep her fat a$$ on tv for awhile.
Apr 8th 2010 7:22AM So Alex, basically what you're saying is that you can't get laid and you're desperately hoping that you can somehow feel better about your inadequacies by talking about someone else. That about sum it up kiddo? You're far from the only kid to have an "expert" opinion, and you're far from the only kid whose "expert" opinion is coming from an inexperienced and underinformed standpoint. The simple fact is that it will take you years of age and experience before you are really in a position to take a hard stance on anything. Right now, you're just a parrot preaching the last opinion someone gave you. Tell me exactly how abstinence doesn't work? Historically, it has. Don't confuse changes in the moral fabric of a society with an endorsement. Just because enough people doing the wrong thing got together and threatened to start suing everyone, doesn't make it the right thing to do. I hope for your sake that you learn sooner than later that you don't know anywhere near as much as you think you do. Then maybe you can go on Dr. Phil and blame all of your problems on someone else instead of taking ownership for the fact that you're just another know-it-all kid trying to prove how mature they think they are by speaking out on an issue they know absolutely nothing about, and nothing you can say is going to change that fact. That's why it's a fact kid, it's irrevocable truth.
Mar 23rd 2010 11:48PM Yeah, it's pretty obvious that you're one of those women we all see every single day, the ones who somehow think that you can never have too much perfume or makeup. You can. The ones who believe they're hot and will continue to believe that when you're 40 and your skin looks like a catcher's mit. Just apply more makeup, right? You work in retail, that's it. Your 2-day orientation doesn't exactly make you a "trained professional." It's not like you spend years and years in retail makeup college, carefully honing your craft to the point where you are considered a makeup PhD. Everybody has a role in life and that's ok, but don't overstate yours. You are just one bad week away from being sent to housewares. I think what's really bothering you here is that someone started telling the truth about your job and you're vainly hoping that by bashing what she's saying that it will somehow, somewhere in your weird little mind, put you on a higher tier of the retail food chain. If you're really that worried about the truth cutting into your commission, maybe you're in the wrong business. Half of retail is a lying game. People aren't really all beautiful, most people really don't need a huge tv, the service plans are mostly a game to drive the margin up, you really can get it cheaper somewhere else, you care way more about your commission and how the numbers look at the end of the day than you actually do about the customer. Maybe you can lie with your comments here, but the longer you lie to yourself, the more disappointment you are setting yourself up for in the end. Good luck working at the drug store. I would rather deal with the trained professional who is actually professional enough to be honest about what they do. I read somewhere that CVS is hiring, so surely someone with your obvious superiority will be first in line after your customers realize you're just a self-righteous retail punk who thinks entirely too highly of herself.
Feb 28th 2010 4:11AM You call Family Guy and Fox the lowest common denominator because FG actually takes on controversial topics and refuses to back down in the name of political correctness? That's what I gathered from the article. It's been my experience that most of the people who "complain" about Family Guy either have never actually watched a full episode or they just aren't smart enough or enough in-tune with current events to get the jokes. Family Guy is free speech at its finest! There are a lot of tough issues handled on FG and they are presented in a way that actually makes most of us laugh. The lowest common denominator in this country has to be the hypocritical masses that bash a show like Family Guy while promoting garbage like American Idol and nutcases like the octomom. Don't call Family Guy "tasteless" just because you're too stupid to get the jokes! It's about time something came on the air that didn't bow to political correctness to the point of ridiculousness. As for the "baby eating," if there was a wave of baby eating going on in this country, you can bet Family Guy will address it and show us all that the world doesn't have to be so serious all the time. I like non-PC stuff. I want to be able to say black, midget, retarded, gay, crazy and psycho; without having some liberal nutjob like this "reporter," and I use the term very loosely, breathing down my neck telling me that I have to change what I'm saying because someone might be offended. I'm a Mescalero Apache by birht, aptly read: I'm a damn Injun and that's just fine by me.
Feb 27th 2010 7:55AM It's hard to say which is more disturbing, this obviously whacked out interview or the fact that you sat through the entire thing while watching the view and want the author to change the article. Did you actually read what you typed out or did you just enjoy the clicking noise from the keyboard? Rewrite the article based on "facts" and not "opinions?" Aren't you asking that it be rewritten according to your own opinion? Wife or not, you're so deep in the closet, you're finding Halloween costumes from 1982. This woman is insane. Blame it on the hosts if you want, but this is far from the only thing she has done that makes people believe she's crazy. She already had 6 kids on welfare with no education and no job prospects, even bringing a single child in on top of that, let alone 8 future head cases, should have been a crime. You talk about "Nadya" (since you're on a first name basis) like you grew up together and hang out with each other on the welfare line every Tuesday. Living vicariously through TV to escape the lack of real friends? You betcha! I'd give good 3-1 Vegas odds that your "wife" is imaginary. Just because you watch the octopsycho on tv doesn't mean she is secretly reaching out to you so that you can someday marry and live crappily ever after. (see Hinkley, John) Sterilize this wannabe, take those kids to a good home, take away the house she got from ridiculous amounts of welfare, send her in for psychiatric treatment. End of story. (It has occurred to me given your comment and name that you might actually be John Hinkley. If so, Jodie Foster called. She's still not into you, maybe the octofreak will love you. Give it a whirl.)
Feb 27th 2010 6:47AM Sterilize the freak and put her kids in a decent home. This freak show/train wreck is pretty obviously on an upper. I'm guessing meth by the way she's reacting. Make her take the whiz quiz, see how long she keeps the kids after failing. I can't believe you would try and defend someone this crazy. It really makes me question you, too. She is such a wannabe. Trying to look like Angelina Jolie? Newsflash psychos: Angelina Jolie isn't a mexican and she actually works for a living instead of riding the welfare system. She will never get a reality show, never never never. Maybe if she does porn but nobody would want to watch that. Hot dog down a hallway.
Feb 27th 2010 6:39AM How can you possibly defend this nutcase? Being on some insane mission to look like Angelina Jolie just wasn't enough for this psycho. No, she just had to add 8 kids through highly questionable fertility treatments to her welfare brood. She is a drain on the economy and a waste of skin. They need to step in and put those children in a home where they are actually cared for and not just a publicity stunt. I think it's hilarious how she has been pitching a reality show all over the place and so far every single network has refused to even meet with her. People like you are the reason people like her exist. How sad is your life that you would actually defend this lying lunatic attention whore? Sterilize her and ship her off to Sharon's house, since you seem to think it's the hosts' fault and not the obvious use of drugs.
Jan 24th 2010 12:35AM Hate to say it Nancy but the guy has you there. You say anything about Obama that you would say about him even if he was white and you're just a bigot and a racist. Everytime somebody like you goes off on somebody like that it dumbs everybody else down a little bit. People have a right to their own opinion and you can't go and criticize it like that and decided somebody is a racist for saying something bad about the president. You ever stop and think maybe you are part of the problem and not part of the solution? Probably not. You guys never do.
Jan 24th 2010 12:30AM Before you try and play the Christianity card, look at the part where it says 'Judge not, lest ye be judged.' Take a look at your own words, fool. He is a Kenyan by birth, not an American. He has a round head and ears that stick out, just like Curious George. Michelle Obama looks like RuPaul, just like the other guy said. It's strange, but she does. Calling him Curious George was based on physical appearance, not his race, but the fact that you immediately assumed that says a lot about you, now doesn't it? Perhaps before you get the notion that you are somehow wiser than anyone else or in any position to question someone else's opinion, you should get a little introspective and realize that your interpretation is going to say far more about you than it ever will about me. As for you voting for McCain, I doubt it, but with your credibility so far in question at this point, it's difficult to gauge. If he was white and had a round head with ears that stick out that way, and he made as many bad choices as he has in his one year of disaster, I would call him Curious George all the same. You are so ready to call someone else a bigot and a racist. Take a good look at yourself. Like I said, you are in no position to pass judgement on anyone that decides to make a comment here. I guess you tripped over the First Ammendment and thought it was a house cat. The only type out there more dangerous to this country than a socialist, foreign national president is your kind: you're willing to put a label on anyone in the interest of painting yourself in a popular light, whatever the rest of the bandwagon is saying, you're going to be right there with them. You don't care about what you're saying, you just want to make sure people know you're better than everyone else. Sorry the Wal Mart comment hit close to home, maybe you work at Big Lots instead, how am I to know? You're dangerous because you're dishonest. You're dishonest to yourself and you're dishonest to the people around you. Somewhere along the line you decided that your opinion should be held above all others, that you were somehow placed in a class that could pass judgement upon anyone you deemed unworthy and people are supposed to value your opinion above all others. You poor, misguided fool. You're no different than anyone else and your opinion only holds the same weight as everyone else, no more, no less. I will call him a Kenyan Curious George regardless of your very limited opinion. You don't have to like it, but don't pretend that you are in a position to criticize it in any way, shape or form. The real bigots are the ones that speak their minds and tell the truth about what they are actually thinking. The real bigots are the ones who will take the worst possible meaning out of anything the see or hear and instantly put a harsh label on something they don't like. Maybe next time think a little and ask questions before you go out of your way to look like a complete and total ass, fool.
Jan 23rd 2010 11:42PM Who are you to judge anyone, anywhere, at any time? It's funny how he was elected, people like you defend him, yet when confronted suddenly nobody you talk to voted for him? Think before you lie, fool.