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Are grouchy Mel and glowering Vince the new faces of white rage? One racist idiot says yes

Mel Gibson and Vince Vaughn definitely not enjoying Meryl Streep’s Golden Globes speech

At various points during Meryl Streep’s Golden Globe speech on Sunday the show’s producers cut away from the actress to shots of fellow actors listening somberly but sympathetically to her heartfelt critique of Donald Trump’s bullying of a disabled reporter.

And then there were Mel Gibson and Vince Vaughn, two decidedly non-liberal Hollywooders whom the cameras caught looking, well, a little less than thrilled by Streep’s deft takedown of The Donald. The moment was screenshotted and passed around on social media; that’s it at the top of this post.

While most of those passing around the grouchy Mel and glowering Vince pic found it vaguely amusing, one Nazoid pickup artist found it downright inspiring.

And yes, I’m talking about the flamboyantly racist, metaphor-abusing Heartiste (real name James Weidmann), who in recent years has more or less stopped providing his readers with the dopey pickup tips that made him internet-famous in the first place and turned instead to racist diatribes and weird fantasies of violent retribution against the “shitlibs” he hates so much.

In a blog post yesterday, Heartiste waxed poetic about the “white hot fire” that he thinks is rising in the hearts of white dudes. “There’s fight left in White men,” he proclaimed.

The time is coming, very soon now, when the paper tigress of shitliberalism is exposed on the vivisecting table, and unapologetic shitlords stream out of their bunkers armed to the teeth with the liberating knowledge that the passive-aggressive snarl is all their enemies bring to battle, and behind that snarl there’s nothing but cowardly submission.

Yeah, he has a bit of trouble restricting himself to one metaphor at a time.

But I digress. Here’s where Mel and Vince come in. “Look at the fire in Vince Vaughn’s and Mel Gibson’s eyes,” Heartiste wrote, after posting the now-legendary screenshot of the two. Then he basically projected all of his anger and racism onto the two of them:

They forge in the furnace of their unalloyed disgust a quiet and seething intolerance for the enemies of White men; a vengeance devised to settle the ultimate score — recapture of their homeland from degenerates within — percolates in their blood and radiates from their irises.

Now, Mel Gibson may be something of a bigot — he’s spouted racist and sexist and anti-Semitic nonsense pretty freely in the past. But I don’t see much “vengeance” in his eyes, at least in the screenshot from the Golden Globes. He looks less like some avenging Aryan warrior than he does someone who’s trying desperately to remember if he turned the stove off before heading to the awards ceremony.

Vaughn, on the other hand, looks ready to murder someone. But I’m pretty sure he’s not actually a Nazi.

But Heartiste doesn’t let minor considerations of fact cloud his fantasies, and soon he was imputing the same vengeful thoughts to literally millions of white dudes in America.

Look at those eyes brimming with righteous hatred closely, and multiply that look by millions, because that’s how many White men of the West feel the same way. And their numbers grow daily. White men are awakening to their planned and active dispossession by malevolent forces corrupting the creation of their ancestors.

And these white guys are definitely not fans of Ms. Streep. Sorry, Ms. StreepThroat:

They see Meryl StreepThroat as another in a long line of preachy hypocritical reprobates shitting on their race and culture and values for fun and profit and the adulation of the elite bubble crowd.

You might wonder how exactly Ms, StreepThroat was shitting on her race in the Golden Globe speech, given that the disabled reporter that Trump mocked and she defended was actually a white guy. Ah, but Heartiste has the answer: Any criticism of Trump is a “proxy attack” on the white race.

This rapidly coalescing army of normal White men and the White women who have not yet abandoned them for the wigger low life knows that attacks on Trump are proxy attacks on Whites. They know, too, that Meryl Creep gave a standing ovation for child-rapist Roman Polanski, and wonder who is she to lecture White Trump-supporters about decency?

While it is true that Streep, along with too many other Hollywooders, applauded Polanski after he won best director at the Academy Awards in 2003, this seems a rather odd line of attack for Heartiste, who has claimed in the past that it’s natural and normal and SCIENTIFIC for grown men to want to have sex with 15-year-old girls.

But never mind, because Heartiste is on to yet another dumb nickname for Streep:

Meryl HeatStreep, in the act of mendaciously regurgitating a media-generated fake news story about Trump mocking a disabled reporter, says “Disrespect invites disrespect”. White men of the West say to her, “Your cretinous ilk have been disrespecting core White America for generations. You just don’t like that now there’s return fire.”

I’m just trying to follow the logic here. Streep and her “cretinous ilk” are mad that Trump (representing “core white America”) has fired back at Streep et al for “disrespecting core White America.” Except that the “return fire” from Trump is supposedly just “a media-generated fake news story?”

This race war is more complicated than I thought.

Heartiste ends his post with a very strange vision of nuclear Armageddon.

And this time, anti-White shitlibs, the war won’t be fought with rhetorical BB shooters. The cucks are chastened, the silos opened, and the shiv-tipped nukes ready for launch.

Er, why would you need to attach knives to the tips of your nuclear missiles? Wouldn’t the giant nuclear explosions be enough?

White supremacy is weird.

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LindsayIrene
3 years ago

Right now David Cameron is, like, “It could be worse, Donnie.”

No Man Rules Alone
No Man Rules Alone
3 years ago

Wait, is this idiot actually arguing that 2 famous and extremely wealthy Hollywood actors are actually somehow representative of “millions of straight white men”? Because as a straight white guy myself, I can certainly say that they do not represent me or anybody that I know.

EJ (The Orphic Lizard)

@Axe:
I may need to go and look up a bunch of actual Zulu and Xhosa slang so I can pepper my speech with it. Would that count? Would it still count as “wiggerness” if it’s done about genuine African cultures rather than Black American culture, or would that just be garden-variety appropriation?

Re Malcolm X: A lot of my respect for him has to do with my own pacifism. I’ll rant about it sometime if you like but here it’d be a digression.

@Policy of Madness:
That’s a wonderful summary which encompasses my feelings on the matter very well. Thank you.

(Also, a general thank you for being a really badass academic type in general. It really classes up the place and you don’t get enough props for that.)

@Alan:

Gravity seems really obvious because of the rubber sheet model.

http://weknowmemes.com/generator/uploads/generated/g1430754320681022483.jpg

(I don’t mean to make fun of you in a mean way. Gravity is a very, very annoying and complex thing to handle, and a lot of people get tripped up on it precisely because we think we have an intuitive understanding of it.)

Monster-Teeth
Monster-Teeth
3 years ago

Christ, Heartiste is such a sniveling little asswipe.

What kind of cretin would throw a shitfit over Meryl Streep’s remarks about human decency & how it was abhorrent that Trump mocked Serge Kovaleski?

Plenty of “triggered” white snowflakes, I’m sure. Trump supporters are the most self-righteous craven bastards on Earth.

Fuck their feelings- I hope Trump is utterly miserable until he gets impeached (or dies).

numerobis
numerobis
3 years ago

“Shiv-tipped nukes” actually made me laugh.

You take the deadliest weapon ever produced by the finest (if perhaps amoral) technologists in the world, then you attach sharpened spoons to it.

Because white supremacy!

EJ (The Orphic Lizard)

@numerobis:
I also laughed, but saw it the other way around. You take a genuinely lethal weapon produced by people who have a deep understanding of violence on an emotional level, and you strap it to a useless expensive piece of metal which has done nothing but rust in its silo since it was built. This does nothing but guarantee that the shiv will never get used.

Which, to be fair, is probably a good thing.

Moocow
3 years ago

@EJ @Numerobis

You two got me thinking, now I see it: The shiv-tipped nukes are a metaphor representing the author’s fear over his lack of adherence to two romanticized notions of masculinity that he regularly preaches to his audience.

Both the Shiv and the Nuke represents the threat of violence, but nukes represent ‘power’ while the shiv represents ‘resourcefulness’. The author wants to be seen as a resourceful underdog hero and a god-emperor at the same time. Hence, ‘shiv-tipped nuke’!

DanHolme
DanHolme
3 years ago

The Daily Mail made this picture the image for their reporting on the Golden Globes, at least in the online edition yesterday afternoon, and made a similar claim about the reactions of ‘conservative’ Mel Gibson and ‘Libertarian’ Vince Vaughn. Which shows that it’s more than one racist idiot who thinks they’re the face of ‘white rage’, though the Daily Mail, I’m sure, would never go so far as to actively support fascism!

Yes, that’s irony.

Scented Fucking Hard Chairs
Scented Fucking Hard Chairs
3 years ago

Dear Cartman,

Knowing that a movie consisting of about 90% torture porn inspired you inspires me to stay as far away from you as I can.

They were making a joke about an old episode of South Park (from way back when it was against right-wing idiocy rather than for it), not being literal.

Scented Fucking Hard Chairs
Scented Fucking Hard Chairs
3 years ago

Otherwise: I’m far more interested in THIS than in pee jokes.

Inter alia, Source E, acknowledged that the Russian regime had been behind the recent leak of embarrassing e-mail messages, emanating from the Democratic National Committee (DNC), to the WikiLeaks platform. The reason for using WikiLeaks was “plausible deniability” and the operation had been conducted with the full knowledge and support of TRUMP and senior members of his campaign team. In return the TRUMP team had agreed to sideline Russian intervention in Ukraine as a campaign issue and to raise defence commitments in the Baltics and Eastern Europe to deflect attention away from Ukraine, a priority for PUTIN who needed to cauterise the subject.

Because treason, annexation and war are slightly more important than whatever Hairpiece Hitler’s kinks are.

Ghost Robot
Ghost Robot
3 years ago

As someone who often looks like they’re grumpy when they aren’t, I’m annoyed at the way this pic is being taken as absolute proof that Gibson and Vaughn were angry. While both actors are indeed right-leaning, we don’t actually know if they support Trump, or if they were even unhappy about Streep’s speech at all. Heck, the folded-arms woman behind them (Sharon Waxman, editor of The Wrap) said she was just tired at the time, and wasn’t bothered by the speech.

Sorry, but having spent much of my life being asked if I’m in a bad mood simply based on how my face sits at the time, these assumptions really annoy me. One doesn’t always smile when one is happy, nor necessarily frown when angry.

Kat
Kat
3 years ago

Mel Gibson’s expression? I recognized that look immediately.

He’s communicating that he’s trying really, really hard to understand what she’s saying — but she makes no sense.

In order to even get this conversation started, she’ll have to define lamentation, privilege, and disrespect.

In my experience, this is a favorite trick of bullshitters, not to mention batterers.

More tricks of batterers:

http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2010/07/12/latest-mel-gibson-recording-reveals-textbook-abusive-behavior.html

PS: How about that Viola Davis!

Kat
Kat
3 years ago

This Sure Looks Like Reince Priebus Taking a Seat Reserved for Disabled Passengers

http://jezebel.com/this-sure-looks-like-reince-priebus-taking-a-seat-reser-1791050059

Several commenters on Jezebel thought what he did was fine if no disabled passengers were present. But justfornowtwo shot that down that shit:

As someone who needs to use those spaces,I’ll tell you what I see as the problem with this. There were many, many other places where he can sit without any problem available at the moment this photo was taken. It shows, firstly, that he thinks he is above the need to obey these little ‘niceties’. In what other, largely invisible ways, does he enact his sense of privilege? It is a reflection of the kind of person he is. Secondly, for many people with disabilities there is no option, they must sit there. Thirdly, if someone does get on the train who actually needs that space it now puts them in the position of having to ask if they can have the space that should be reserved for their use. I know that those spaces are roomier/ more comfortable for everyone, but they represent the result of a very hard struggle for equality and access by and for disabled people. Also, keep in mind not all disabilities are visible and that most people wouldn’t want to ask others to move out of a disabled seat even if they did need it because the person they are asking may have an invisible disability that would still make sitting elsewhere painful or difficult.

[Emphasis is Kat’s.]

http://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2016/07/13/485261651/workplaces-can-be-particularly-stressful-for-disabled-americans-poll-finds

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-35273033

And floorgasm had a wonderfully snarky take on this story:

White? Check.

Male? Check.

Republican? Check.

Oblivious to his surroundings? Check.

Not recognizing a specific group that isn’t distinctly white, male, and Republican? Check.

Taking away access to a resource designed for a specific group that he doesn’t belong to even though there’s plenty of space for him elsewhere? Check.

How is this news?

Katie, I know that Russian spies and golden showers might attract more eyeballs at first. But please use your power to make sure that this story gets tweeted & retweeted a million times.

Arctic Ape
Arctic Ape
3 years ago

OK, so we have a thread that mentions golden showers and rubber sheets convergently…

Anyway, if I stayed in Trump Hotels, I’d expect at least gold-plated showers.

If the Russians have been determined to gather blackmail material on Trump, it seems likely that they have material which goes beyond kink.

Apparently, sometimes you need kink shaming to destroy the career of a deeply criminal politician.

It’s the petty vindictiveness of hiring people to piss on a bed that someone you don’t like once slept in.

At this rate, I expect he’ll spray-tan the entire White House yellow.

Imaginary Petal
Imaginary Petal
3 years ago

I honestly was not very happy with Streep’s speech. It contained too much irrelevant crap, including actual elitism (not the Republican buzzword) about art and culture. Sadly, I can’t see Streep’s input doing anything other than confirming the beliefs that Trump voters already hold.

Nobody Special
Nobody Special
3 years ago

If the all-American, anti-non-American Heartiste is going to use Romany words the least he can do is get them right. The word is ‘chiv’, short for ‘chivvy’, and the ‘ch’ is pronounced as in ‘chickenshit’, not as in ‘chickenshit’..

The Real Cie
The Real Cie
3 years ago

Oh, thank all that’s holy and white and glorious that the cucks are chastened. I don’t think I could have gone on with my day if he hadn’t revealed that wondrous truth to me.

Shalimar
Shalimar
3 years ago

Er, why would you need to attach knives to the tips of your nuclear missiles?

Never read a Rob Liefeld comic? Some things you do just because it looks cool to an immature 12-year-old.

Nequam
Nequam
3 years ago

@SFHC: Oh, by all means the golden showers story is the least important thing in that report. It’s just that it’s such a big, juicy target for mocking– and for a guy as touchy as Trump, it’s probably stinging like a thousand paper cuts sprayed with lemon juice.

Imaginary Petal
Imaginary Petal
3 years ago

sprayed with lemon juice

Oh come on. :p

Weird (resist trump today) Eddie
Weird (resist trump today) Eddie
3 years ago

waaayyy off topic….

Sessions suggests Trump admin could stamp out legal pot

… sooo… the ‘publicans and other trumplings will defend states’ rights to deny bathroom privileges, states’ rights to put limitations on voting rights, states’ rights to restrict medical care… BUT DON’T BE LEGALIZING THE DEMON WEED!!!

AltoFronto
AltoFronto
3 years ago

“If your opponent is of choleric temper irritate him” – Sun Tzu

So for that reason, I think there’s some reason to pick up on anything that will humiliate Drumpf, especially if it’s scatological in nature.

@SFHC – I agree, that the pee thing should not obscure the nature of his dealings with Putin, and the potentially world-shattering consequences thereof.

But I don’t think the average Drumpf supporter seems to understand or care about global politics – they care about image and not substance. Just like the ACA-beneficiaries who despise “Obamacare”, they are easily sold on the idea of a thing without any understanding of the thing itself.

Unless we resort back to cold-war era “We Hate The Russkis” rhetoric to explain why Drumpf shouldn’t be dealing with Putin, they’re not going to see a problem with it.

So it’s up to the sensible grown-ups to tackle Drumpf and Putin on the Crimean issue, while the Internet is going to latch onto the much more meme-worthy story that he once paid sex-workers to piss on a bed that the Obamas had used.

The popular culture will reject and undermine Drumpf on that level, even though the war thing is much scarier and has much further-reaching implications.

I think the world is relying on the US legislature to contain some kind of mechanism for having Trump’s entire presidential bid declared illegitimate and illegal, but we’re 9 days away from inauguration, and I haven’t seen anyone with power or authority stand up and make a decisive statement to the effect that he must not be president, and that he and all his cronies should face prison time for fraud and treason.

It’s not enough for the public to be aware of all the terrible things he’s doing. Awareness has to be followed up by immediate and decisive action by our political leaders, and yet people are still committed to this “smooth transition of power” ideal, as if this is just a normal election and not an unprecedented nightmare of obscene proportions.

Weird (resist trump today) Eddie
Weird (resist trump today) Eddie
3 years ago

But I don’t think the average Drumpf supporter seems to understand or care about global politics – they care about image and not substance.

That’s also the mindset of the igno-right republicans (which, to be sure, is most of them). When Reagan took office in 1981, one of his very first acts of power was to remove the solar water heater that Jimmy Carter had installed on the roof of the White House.

There was NO REASON whatsoever to remove it, but Raygun felt it was a “symbol”… of us running out of oil… of us being blackmailed by “the Arabs”… of us NOT BEING #1 anymore….

I’m arguing here at work that this act was the public pronouncement by the republican party that it was no longer interested in governing “for the public good” (yes, I know the party never WAS interested in that, but I’m making an argument to people who believe it was), but was henceforth governing “by political philosophies”.

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
3 years ago

@ EJ

Xhosa

One of the reasons I’ve always wanted to discover an asteroid is so I can give it a name in the Xhosa language (which the rules allow for) because I love those click consonants. Ironically my initial choice of name (Jobela) didn’t contain any; but I’ll ask around for suggestions after my discovery.

There is an asteroid 1506 Xosa.

Pie
Pie
3 years ago

@EJ

a useless expensive piece of metal which has done nothing but rust in its silo since it was built.

I would argue that the world’s arsenals of nuclear weapons built since WW2 have done an awful lot simply by existing. The sharp reduction in the number of globe-spanning conflicts with millions of deaths, for example.

Queex
Queex
3 years ago

@Pie

I’d argue instead that all nukes have done is change the probability distribution of war casualties, with significant weight at ‘everyone’. The mean number of war casualties for a nuke-filled world is probably much higher than one without them.

EJ (The Orphic Lizard)
EJ (The Orphic Lizard)
3 years ago

@Pie:
Joking aside, I agree with you. Queex makes a good point, but it’s worth remembering that the number of civilians who have died from all nuclear bombs dropped in human history put together is less than the number of civilians who died from the 2003 British-American invasion of Iraq. Even when people do their best to fight them cleanly, conventional wars kill a vast number of people; and the small chance of a nuclear apocalypse is probably a better bet overall.

@Alan:
There’s a Xhosa tongue twister which goes “Iqaqa laziqikaqika kwaze kwaqhawaka uqhoqhoqha” (the polecat rolled down and broke its larynx) which might serve your purposes. I’m not a Xhosa speaker, but I believe that “q” and “qh” are both click sounds here.

Axecalibur: Middle Name Danger
Axecalibur: Middle Name Danger
3 years ago

@Pie

The sharp reduction in the number of globe-spanning conflicts with millions of deaths, for example

But is that attributable to nuclear weapons, or simply a post hoc. The rise of globalized capitalism, the UN, the coalescence of 2 superpowers (US and Russia, then US and China). Not sure how you’d tease out nuclear deterrent from the other stuff, but I have a hunch that it isn’t the major factor here

@Queex
Hiya, stranger 🙂

Pie
Pie
3 years ago

@Queex

The mean number of war casualties for a nuke-filled world is probably much higher than one without them.

There would be a greater number of causalties given a nuclear war, but the risk of starting that war is so much higher than the risk of starting a conventional war that the actual chance of those casualties occurring would appear be to be somewhat lower.

Take the nukes away, and suddenly there’s much less need for restraint and mere sabre-rattling when you can just send the tanks in.

Pie
Pie
3 years ago

@Axecalibur

But is that attributable to nuclear weapons, or simply a post hoc.

Hard to say, but the correlation is certainly compelling. People without access to nukes had no problem starting some pretty serious armed conflicts… the war in former Yugoslavia, the Iran-Iraq war, the various fights between India and Pakistan, to name but a few. You may note that the latter have cooled off somewhat since the two parties developed nukes.

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
3 years ago

@ EJ

‘Xhosa tongue twisters’ is my new favourite YouTube category.

I’m starting out simple with “Be happy and be free”. That’s relatively easy. Then I’ll work up to “I occasionally like to shave old men’s heads”. Apparently that’s the ‘quick brown fox’ equivalent of tongue clicks.

Dalillama, Shepherd of Demonic Crocodiles
Dalillama, Shepherd of Demonic Crocodiles
3 years ago

@Weird Eddie

… sooo… the ‘publicans and other trumplings will defend states’ rights to deny bathroom privileges, states’ rights to put limitations on voting rights, states’ rights to restrict medical care…

Of course. ‘States Rights’ has always and only been about the right of states to shit on oppressed populations, especially black people.
@Nobody Special

The word is ‘chiv’, short for ‘chivvy’, and the ‘ch’ is pronounced as in ‘chickenshit’, not as in ‘chickenshit’..

And since the word entered English sometime in the 1600s, it’s a bit late to be complaining about it now…

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
3 years ago

Re: shivs

I thought the preferred American term was ‘shanks’?

History Nerd
History Nerd
3 years ago

The federal government of the Confederate States of America was actually more intrusive in states’ affairs than the Union government. The constitution explicitly forbade states from outlawing having Africans as slaves (laws applying to indentured servitude or other racial groups were okay). It was a federal crime to send abolitionist literature through the mail

EJ (The Orphic Lizard)

@History Nerd:
There’s also the whole internal-passport system, which people seem to forget.

Yael Sternhell did a very good summary of it here.

The system’s institutionalization soon followed. After the declaration of martial law in Richmond, on March 1, 1862, carrying a passport became mandatory for anyone wishing to travel out of town. Until the end of the war, the passport office issued a daily average of 1,350 documents to soldiers, civilians and slaves. Passport clerks were stationed in the War Department as well as on each of the main roads leading out of the city. The offices were open day and night, sometimes past 1 a.m.

bekabot
bekabot
3 years ago

I’d classify Mel Gibson’s expression as ashen and not fiery, but that’s just me.

LJY08
3 years ago

I’ve got to be honest; I think this is one time where both Mel and Vince are being unnecessarily thrown under the bus. I think they were both just listening to what she was saying.

Just because they are both Republicans and pro-Trump (though I’m really not sure how any self-respecting, intelligent being could support him), doesn’t mean they support all of his behaviour, or that they’re not open to other people’s feelings and attitudes towards a Trump Presidency.

I’ll reserve judgement until I hear from either one of them on the topic.

Argle Bargle (formerly Carr)
Argle Bargle (formerly Carr)
3 years ago

Sort of off-topic , but I needed to vent:

So some dipstick posted the Gibson and Voughn pic and made some ”ze evil jews” comments in one group I’m in on facebook. I told the guy that he was constantly making racist and antisemitic comments and that had no place in the group. One other guy agreed with me. Now, the dipstick tried to defend himself by claiming he never said anything racist or antisemitic and was upset we called him racist and it was just cause we didn’t agree with him.
I posted what he had said, which was more of less”N-words aren’t like people”. He then went on to claim that racial reality wasn’t racism and he still respected them despite them being, well, n-words.
At the end of this exhausting conversation, the guy pretty much went ”lol, i’m just trolling”.

You can’t claim it’s trolling when you initially denied that you ever made a racist comment and were offended that we’d ever make such a claim -_-

Conan the Librarian
3 years ago

Inspired somewhat by Mark Hamill’s readings of Trump’s tweets as the Joker, I recorded a mock interview with Heartiste using the excerpts quoted here.

(as Heartiste laughs manically) “I think I’ll end it here…you’re creeping me out”

Conan the Librarian
3 years ago

Link broken, the recording is here

nparker
nparker
3 years ago

Yeah, the wording on that sign is pretty clear. It is not at all difficult on a train to not sit on seats that have notices like that!

It isn’t like those signs you get on public buses that say ‘priority for the disabled’ or whatever on it, because that pretty clearly implies you are allowed (I still try not to sit there personally, mainly because it makes me socially anxious) if you’re able bodied. It is clearly not that on the Priebus video.

Trump hasn’t made the golden shower story better with his tweet about it- accidentally making a ‘leak’ pun is brilliant!

I agree that that picture of Gibson and Vaughnis being unfairly used- you can’t just use that one pic as evidence at all. To me they don’t look annoyed, they look like they’re listening intently, they’re focusing, anyway. It isn’t proof of their attitudes to it at all.

Jenora Feuer
Jenora Feuer
3 years ago

Agreed.

Heck, my first interpretation of Mel Gibson’s attitude, without thinking of the timing or context, would be him going ‘Hunh, I hadn’t thought of that.’ Vince Vaughn looks focused; Mel Gibson looks like he just got distracted. Neither really look particularly angry.

But then, to the perpetually angry, I suppose ‘focused’ must mean ‘angry’.

A Land Whale
A Land Whale
3 years ago

“New?”

Mary Contrary
Mary Contrary
3 years ago

I wonder what’s more likely to happen first – Trump laying off the orange in order to be, you know, Teh Ooltimate White D00d, or the manurosphere going en masse for a spraying to emulate him. Place your bets?