Monday, April 9, 2007 9:54:29 PM
The whole "Chris" vid (the last one) wasn't completely out-of-line. Did he smirk or laugh as he said what he did? NO! He looked the guy straight in the eye and told him to his face not to call him that because he knows he has behind his back for the past two years. No beating around the bush, just a straight cold stare that SHOULD have told him to shut the f*ck up. The way he said "Chris" seemed to obviosly be a taunting, noticing that he said "well I`ll get as many segments as I can out of you"....what a d*ck!
Monday, April 9, 2007 9:52:33 PM
As I'm typing these words....I feel like the crazy punk is going to bite my ear off but from watching Mike Tyson here (I didn`t know much about him)....but he needs to learn some sportsmanship and relize that there is such a thing as competing against someone without degrading them in any possible way every chance he gets. It`s dishonerable and disgusting!
Gotta love Jon Stewart! "And you`re acting like a d*ck!" would have been awkward for so many people but he says it in such a positive, mean-well way that you relize that it`s okay to laugh. And I agree with him on the subject comletely....great point with the bow-tie too XD.
Saturday, April 7, 2007 4:11:33 AM
Well, even though I don't agree with Scientology, (I think it`s pretty messed up) I agree with just about everything else that Tom said. HAHA... the part that he`s missing is "God". Drugs don`t help, they only mask problems. Everyone becomes a robot. I was diagnosed mentally ill a long time ago, haven`t been on any drugs since. I`m doin fine... in fact, a lot of what was wrong with me DECREASED... where as I know certain people on drugs, who`s problems are actually INCREASING. And I totally agree about Ritalin and Adorhal. Those are some messed up drugs. ADD? ADHD? No such thing. Kids are loud, obnoxious, and squirm alot. That`s just the facts. They have since the beginning of time. I studied kids like this in certain psychological parts of my life and you know what I found? These kids needed (on average) A dad, less video games, MORE discipline, a few caring friends, and most of all... REAL love. (BTW, real love = Jesus Christ and parents)