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Ricky Gervais' monologue for The Golden Globes

Discussion in 'Celebrity Scuttlebutt' started by Snarky's Ghost, Jan 6, 2020.

  1. Rove

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    Reminds me of those professional University students. They don't actually have a job. Their lot in life is attending University year after year, earning another piece of paper. They then proclaim to know everything except how the world truly operates outside the confines of their classrooms. This would be the same fickle crowd protesting that University should be free for all. What they mean to say is I should work my butt off so they can continue on their education journey without contributing to society...that is paying taxes.

    One day I'd love the opportunity to snort their rarefied air.
     
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    I call them buzz words. It's target audience is the media in general and the sheep which follow her. Which in turn brings more money to the Oprah coffers.
     
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    Just as "fair and balanced" has been for FOX "News" and Rupert Murdoch, I take it?
     
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    The wokest activists are indeed hijacking every movement.

    Did I ever mention what Betty Eadie, a second wave feminist, said about her NDE in 1973? Oh, that's for another day...
     
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    I wouldn't mind hearing about it:)
     
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    Found it! Very, very interesting.
    I agree with the ideas. Women give birth. That obviously takes incredible power.
    A fascinating piece of scripture for me is when Jesus performs his very first miracle, turning water to wine, he first refuses to do so. It's only after Mary takes control over the situation and basically orders him to do it that he complies.
    I bet most religions have comparable stories.
    :think:Hmmm
     
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    Tom Hanks' face was priceless!
     

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