Mr. Sensitive

February 24, 2012

Chris Brown and Mel Gibson

Filed under: Uncategorized — lbej @ 12:44

I think of the Chris Brown and Mel Gibson legacies as similar, in that they are both publically abusive lunatics.  So why do I find Chris Brown more offensive?  Because he expects everyone to pretend like we don’t all know he’s an abusive lunatic.  He’s like, “Why you hatin’?  I got a Grammy, I can dance, and it’s not like I almost killed Rihanna after she looked at me funny.  These aren’t the droids you’re looking for.”  Chris Brown gets mad at people because they can remember back further than three years?  You should be proud of America, Chris.  I bet upwards of 80% of Americans can’t remember who ran against Barack Obama in 2008, but we all know you got arrested for beating the shit out of Rihanna.

At the opposite extreme, we have Mel Gibson, one of the most despicable people ever to be given $300 million by Jesus.  He’s threatened to kill women, assaulted police officers, and slandered every racial, ethnic and religious group you can think of.  But he’s not apologizing for shit.  He’s like, “Jesus gave me $300 million for torturing Jim Caviezel for four hours—what have you done with your life?”  He’s never going to star opposite Helen Hunt in a romantic comedy again, but is that really a punishment?  In fact, shouldn’t he be forced to stare at Helen Hunt’s soul-killing face for another four months as punishment?

Now that I think about it, if Chris Brown wants to redeem himself, he should have to make a movie with Helen Hunt.  I’d say we should throw Kevin Spacey and that Osment in there too, but he didn’t actually kill Rihanna, so we’d have some Eighth Amendment issues there.

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1 Comment »

  1. I don’t even hate Mel Gibson. I just think he’s crazy. I do hate Chris Brown though. And I’m starting to kind of hate stupid Rihanna.

    Comment by euregirlsandboys — February 24, 2012 @ 13:14 | Reply


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