Saturday, October 27, 2007

Is Halle Berry a Bigot?

Halle Berry showed altered pictures of herself by warping them on her computer, just for fun, on the Tonight Show. In one picture, she had a very big nose in which she jokingly referred to the image on the photo as, " Jewish cousin." Implying that all Jews have huge honkers? I guess it's not politically correct to say so. I guess it's only P.C. if a Jew says it and gets to profit from it.

Nowadays, I don't understand these "social rules". Black Americans can demean themselves and drop the N-bomb as an affectionate greeting, but White folks are not allowed to say the very same word in public. Halle's mom is Caucasian and her dad is Negro. Does being partially White exclude Berry from blurting out the N-word?

What is happening? Is it evidence of the degeneration of the younger generation? Or are minority groups extremely hypocritical and selective when it comes to subject matters that benefit their cause? I honesty don't think anyone has a definitive clue anymore.

What's the difference between what Mel Gibson and Halle Berry said? The difference is that Ms. Berry is a visible minority who was extremely sober when she made her statement.

"What're ya look'n at, Sugar Tits?"


Wednesday, October 24, 2007


Waitress is about an unhappy pregnant woman living in a hole of a town, with an immature husband. Her talent is baking tasty pies.

Kerri Russell is in it. Mmm, she's looked mighty tasty herself in that movie.

This flick was sweet, not boring, not funny, mildly entertaining, and 10 times more worth while to see than Knocked Up.

Kerri Russell, alone, is worth the price of admission!

Speaking of "admission", I'll admit that I have a HUGE crush on Kerri Russell. Her petiteness just adds to her sweetness. *sigh*


Monday, October 22, 2007

I've Seen 30 DAYS OF NIGHT

This flick is about a group of Goth German sociopaths that hunt hearty Alaskans for food and fun during the Winter Solstice, as if they were baby seals.

I found this movie to be very violent, and not terribly scary. I was disappointed at the guy they chose to play the leader of the vampires, because he looks just like the pharmacist at my local Walmart. I would have been more impressed had they chosen O.J. Simpson for the lead. I hear that he's quite familiar with the art of massive blood letting.

All in all, I recommend this movie if you're not squeamish, easily frightened, a member of P.E.T.A., or part of Al Qaeda .