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The Year That Is: 2020

I feel like this year will be a year in which I stumble into random situations that I would never expect, very Mr. Magoo-esque.

Here are the 2020 predictions:

  1. I will get a way higher source of steady income.
  2. I’m going to accidentally get married.
  3. I will lose my extra LBs and keep them off.
  4. I will have a big gambling win.
  5. I will move somewhere really random.

Doesn’t Positive Ruth stink? Happy New Year!

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The Year That Was: 2019

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Here are my prediction from January 1, 2019 for the year:

  1. I will most likely be dismissed from my Corporate living hell due to what will be deemed an unacceptable outburst.
  2. I will only go to high-end strip clubs on a week day instead of ghetto, gutter trash clubs.
  3.  Impractical Jokers will still be the funniest show on television, but I would imagine their live touring improv show is garbage.
  4. Louis CK will lead comedy to be funny again.
  5. I will have weight fluctuation like I’m Oprah yet again and will end the year larger than desired.
  6. Kendall Jenner will come out and will date some very random celebrity to ensure it is the talk of the town.
  7. The wall is not going to happen.

Now let’s see how on point I was:

  1. I was dismissed from my Corporate living hell because of something that was deemed unacceptable. Hat tip to the dried up old cunts, you think you’re my Meredith Calhoun, but you’re really my Abraham Lincoln.
  2.  No strip clubs at all this year.
  3. Impractical Jokers  is still very funny, probably still the funniest show on television, but it’s feeling almost jump the shark-ish territory.
  4. Louis CK would have led comedy back to being funny if cancel culture cunts did not exist, though he does manage to still sell out shows.
  5. Total weight fluctuation a la Oprah, but ending the year the same as what I started.
  6. Kendall Jenner did not fully come out, but has definitely blurred some lines, see the Bella Hadid video, but she should go way higher on the list than her.
  7. The wall is now a fence and it still not happening.

Tomorrow will be my predictions for the first year of the new decade.

Enjoy!

 

 

 

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Not His Best

I have been watching The Righteous Gemstones on HBO.

I love a Danny McBride vehicle, but I have to say this is not as funny as it could be. (The first season of Vice Principals was amazing.)

The latest episode, Interlude, was probably the best this season. I love a good flashback episode.

Also, this one heavily featured Walton Goggins as Baby Billy Freeman.

Goggins stole the show in his performance as Lee Russell in Vice Principals and is doing so once again.

He is kind of playing the same type  of character in both shows, but he does it so well.

Thank God for him, he almost negates Adam Devine’s unlikability.

Edi Patterson is also enjoyable as Judy Gemstone.

I’m hoping the show picks up some steam.

Knowing the Danny McBride formula, at least we are in for a good cliffhanger ending to the season.

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Social Media Killed the Movie Star

I think social media is stupid, but the one thing it has managed to do, which I love, is expose celebrities.

Thanks to the fact that famous people don’t get how to use social media plus their complete accessibility, resulted in the unmasking of just how vapid they are.

I don’t really understand the obsession with Hollywood. From the start, it has been a cesspool of degenerates that were able to cover up their wrongdoings through crazy tough public relations people, buy offs and the public’s inability to contact them directly. (Though admittedly, they have made some great art.)

Well, thanks to social media, there is direct contact and the celebrities are not equipped to handle it. The publicists must hate their people using social media. Back in the day it was nice cookie cutter press releases, now it is just a shit storm waiting to happen.

Any illusions of mystery and celebrities living glamorous lives really fell apart.

It exposes just how vacuous and uninteresting these people truly are.

This is probably why these Gen Z kids don’t give a shit about movie stars and are far more into YouTube and TikTok celebrities.

Andy Warhol was correct with his future filled with fifteen minutes of fame for everyone. Now that this has come to fruition, maybe the new prediction will be we all become nameless nobodies that live normal lives as we did before the technological revolution.

Until then, let the demise of celebrity continue by their own social media handles.

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Kind Of A Drag

I recently watched the movie Dragged Across Concrete. I have to say I was sort of disappointed.

Mel Gibson was so good. Vince Vaughn was Vince Vaughn.

I love a male driven movie, but hated the ending as it was somewhat predictable.

Though there were some great little action sequences, I was expecting so much more.

Why?

Well because when the movie came out everybody was so outraged about it.

Misogynistic, racist, sexist, yadda, yadda, yadda, they all cried.

Of course hearing this, I assumed this movie is going to be great, a fun action film.

It was just not the level I expected. The only thing I realized is just how fake the fake outrage mob is.

Movies from the 1970’s would make these idiots go apoplectic.

I would say it was a solid little modern day Western. Thank God for Mel Gibson, he saves the movie.

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