This is totally going to happen soon. There’s a lot of good stuff to be seen and to show! Cannot wait! It’s the simple things…
This looks like a fun little guy!
I have an issue with people that are in the proverbial limelight and choose to be idiots. You’re privacy is no longer private and your issues are things that make the mainstream what it is. So, that said, get the hell over it and stop bitching. You want all the money and the power it brings. The fame and perks that come with that come at a cost. A cost of everyone being in your business and assuming things about you. Be a grown up and just ignore it or set things straight – but you don’t have to be an asshole while doing that either.
Case in point, Beyonce (oh I can’t stand her). She wrote this on Instagram (and removed it quickly):
“I can’t stop the rumors from starting, and I can’t really change peoples minds who believe them, all I can do is sit back and laugh at these low life people who have nothing better to do than talk about me.”
The low-life here is yourself Beyonce – plain and simple. These people saying things aren’t low-lifes, they may just be doing their jobs or trying to create a stir. It is however keeping your lame name in the news stream thus, and unfortunately, keeping you relevant. You are a condescending ass that maintains the ability to be one because you have money – not because you deserve it. The other girls in Destiny’s Child should have gone much further than you in the industry, but seeing as how the music industry has gone to shit over the past several years, I guess it’s right up your ally.
You chose to live the cozy life you are, you can not have your cake and eat it to, so rather than show your true nature, and thankfully not your ass as of yet, don’t call others low-lifes and belittle them for making a wrong statement or just saying something that you don’t like.
Live and let live, you’re a public figure and that means that you have some privacy, but not much so get over it. If you don’t want to have people talk about you or start rumors about you, stop what you’re doing (please and thank you) and try living a normal life. I bet you can’t. Lord forbid you have to do shit for yourself and drive a Hyundai, live in a 3000 sq. ft. home, and have to pay normal bills on a normal paycheck and not get things handed to you hand over foot. I think it’s a small price to pay for being where you’re at so just sit back, shut the hell up, and enjoy the fact that people are still saying your name and keeping you mainstream. I mean, if it wasn’t for the low-lifes doing that, then who the hell would you be?
Your career is bullcrap! Oh, and if someone smacks your ass while you’re onstage, don’t threaten to have them escorted ut, they just helped you pay your bills so just stay the hell away from that part of the stage and say no no no or something. Better yet, don’t go huggin’ up on dudes that close to the stage when you know they’ve been drinking and are amped up! That’s like going stage diving and getting mad that someone touched your ass on your way down. Just plain stupid.
I’ve like the stand up that Joe has done for sometime now. I just came across this today and couldn’t help but laugh – especially since that’s exactly how I see Brock Lesnar acting!
You know, our society is such a bunch of idiots. Everyone has to find something wrong/racist/offensive in any way. Words are words and people need to understand that. Words are used to describe things and actions. If one culture/ethnicity promotes the use of a specific action, stereotype, or even use of language and the butchering of it, then ANY entity should be allowed to use it. If you don’t want to be stereotyped, then don’t live up to everyone’s expectations and prove to be better. When movies are made and offensive material is involved, no one says a damn thing. It’s accepted as that is life and that’s how they live it. When a company uses a cultural stereotype, everyones’ ass gets chapped and they have to raise a big stink about it. Perfect example:
Now I’m not really understanding WTF this commercial is advertising here and I haven’t had a Mountain Dew in a long “hot minute”, actually since I’ve no longer been able to find the MD made with “Real Sugar”, I can care less about the product. Their marketing division desperately needs help coming up with better ideas, but if this scenario were in a movie, who the hell would be up at arms about it? No one, they’d be too busying laughing because of how stupid it was.
Everyone who’s screaming racist and so offensive needs to just STFU and get a grip on life. It’s a stereotype, one that still is going on and being lived up to in many communities and people just don’t care enough to change it. That’s no ones fault but their own. No one is entitled to having their culture looked at any differently then how they act. Disassociate yourself with idiocy and take solace in the fact that it’s not you acting that way – you’re better than that! Right?
Hell, it was a black rapper/comedian that shot the commercial with his personal friends in it. They obviously thought something about it was funny and yet it’s supposedly pushing the stereotype forward. The creator of the ad obviously feels that he’s risen above the stereotype and finds it funny. Can you only imagine what would have happened if it were a Caucasian that made the ad. His head would be on a stick in the middle of Time Square and his body parts shipped to all corners of the earth after a public beheading at the White House.
Stop being overly sensitive people. It’s just freaking TV!
This is a great Audi commercial!
Why is it that plans for life never end up the way you want them to? People try and try to obtain (what others would come to think as reasonably obtainable) goals that they set. Whether it’s to go to college and get a good job, have a family with 2.4 kids, dog, and a house with a white picket fence, or to simply just survive in this world with a little bit of the creature comforts. None of this seems to be obtainable for us as we always put too much upon ourselves or are just never satisfied with what we do get!
Then again, I think that there’s a third reason as well. We as people become comfortable and complacent with what we do get, but then there is an unexpected wrench thrown into the system that we’ve perfected for ourselves. This system keeps us going and normally the system that we’ve created is not easy – but it is OUR system. When this wrench is thrown in, we tend to question what we have and complacency is no longer what we want to the point that it doesn’t make sense anymore.
This wrench is the ultimate test of a persons will. Will you drop what you have to obtain the new goal and change your life – will that change be for the better or will it destroy everything that you built and leave you further from any goal that you’ve ever had? Is it worth it? No matter how much you evaluate the situation, you can never seem to find an answer that suffices to what you want to hear.
On one hand you have the possibility of a fresh start sort to speak with the future somewhat open and available. On the other hand you have what you’ve currently built: stability, family, and work. You know life in general as we all come to know it. We know we can’t have both. We know each one can hurt deeply; cut to the bone, tear open your chest, clinch your heart, and squeeze until you can squeeze no longer and the heart bursts from the ache. Only when the blood runs down your arm tickling every hair in it’s path will you know if it was worth it or not.
Most of you are thinking that if that happens then it definitely wasn’t worth it – case closed. Is that really the case though? What if that destruction helps to take the next step, and another decimation takes you to another… only then is it that you find out if it was really worth. If it was, you’ve found what you want to do in life and where it is that you want to be. But if after all of that, all the changes that you make, paths that you now choose to take, what if it doesn’t change a thing, but only makes you see that you’re further back than when you started. Alone, miserable, jaded, and silent. Holding everything at arms length and trying the patients of everyone around you. Completely isolated and now destined to have nothing that you’ve had or wanted and now living to survive; alone and broken.
But what if… what if that off chance that you do call it quits on where your at and make that decision to say “fuck it” and jump that fence to the other side of the pasture. It may not be greener, but there’s a whole hell of a lot more of it. And what if – you see that there’s some breathing room, new possibilities that are obtainable, that you can be happier than what you were and don’t have to be complacent with what you’re used to. That the pain was indeed worth the heart wrenching hurt. The blood that was spilled was was that to fertilize the path you’re walking on.
We seem to no longer live on the “what if” part of life anymore. We’ve become too comfortable with “us” and where we’re going. No longer taking chances and putting ourselves in the hands a fate. I too am ignorantly guilty of this as I haven’t taken a chance on things I’ve wanted to in a very long time.
I’ve become comfortable with what I am giving my children – a person that is, for the most part, content with normalcy. Not a risk taker, but complient with what society says I should have. I want to show them that with risk can come great rewards. With that, I would hope that there would be hurt involved. To show them that no road, whether planned or random, is an easy path to travel.
So, what if? I mean, this wrench looks really interesting in the long run!
I really appreciate that Victor Navone created this video. It’s clever and always makes me laugh!