Considering how bad the economy has become (courtesy of Wall Street and the Bush administration), it surprises me that more people aren't on drugs.
Maybe we are.
I know I am. Now I have only one speed: GO!
I think the fact that these jobs are "gone forever" is an upbeat assessment. It could have happened a lot sooner, and it wouldn't have bothered me a bit! :D
I disagree with the drug progression. I think it starts with Lindsay Lohan, followed by Bobby Brown, then goes to Charlie Sheen, Mel Gibson, and finally the Randy Quaid.
I've never watched an episode. Someone must've liked it for it to be a top-rated show (no accounting for the hysteria of the masses).The thing that sucks is that all the people on the show and behind it are fucked because Sheen can't grow up.
We do a lot of things on this blog. Politics isn't one of them. Please save those comments for other blogs. Thank you.
Yes, I realize this post is kinda-sorta-indirectly political, except it's really not.
Charlie Sheen is a drug now? Huh.So I guess that makes it a douche in a pill form?
No, no, RGR, Quaid can't be the nadir on that list. That position belongs unequivocally to your friend and mine, Mr. William Gary Busey.
I thought the nadir position belonged to Phil Spector.
How could I forget Gary? I guess I got him confused with Hillary Swank there for a minute. Thanks for clearing that up for me, C.