You'd think that a movie/television/model-type star making, what?.....a million dollars per episode on Friends?, would be a little more on the ball. I mean, she has time to save the world with dozens of charity events each month, I just figured she'd have a little time to read and understand what's going on around her. I figured wrong. The one thing I truly love about Hollyweird elites is they really think people give a rat's ass about them. I don't, until they make goofy statements.... Statements that make me want to bitch-slap them.
Jen is only two years younger than I am. So, for the sake of saving our youth, I feel it is my duty to set Ms. Aniston straight, and inform her she's an idgit.
Interview is here: Jen is an idjit
Jen: My new movie, "Derailed." It's a really sexy psychological thriller with Clive Owen. I had never done a thriller before. It was hard to kiss Clive, but you know what? Somebody had to do it, and that's what they pay me for.
I'd like to be paid to be an idjit like Jen. I think that would be cool. Then I realize I have a real life, with real concerns, surrounded by real people. Hey, I got it pretty good compared to Jen's vapidness (For Jen: Vapidness means lacking liveliness, animation, or interest, or dull.)
Jen believes she has the perfect product for the masses with her new movie. Here's the plotline to draw you in: When two married business executives (Owen and Aniston) having an affair are blackmailed by a violent criminal, the two must turn the tables on him to save their families.
And here's one reviewer from Canada at IMDB.com that sounds like something I'd write.:
This is the kind of movie that drove me out of theatres years ago. It is filled with senseless violence and immoral behaviour with no redeeming characteristics. Jennifer Annistan is subtle - like a brick. The plot is a rework of the hackneyed "con-within-a-con" that can be either funny or suspenseful but in this case is neither
Jen: My dog, Norman. I got him from the animal trainers on "Friends"---the ones who worked with the chick, the duck and the monkey. He was an actor dog, but he was so lazy that he had a terrible reputation. He wouldn't hit his mark. He just sat there. They said they sent his doggie head shot out and he wasn't getting any calls.
Ok, Jen gets points here for getting a lazy dog. I'm a dog fan, so that makes her a little more acceptable... but not by much. On the plus side, the dog has also probably seen her walking around her hous(es) naked. So that's a good thing.
Jen: I'm pegged as a crier, aren't I? I was upset about the Vanity Fair article. I had one moment when I got emotional because I hadn't sat down with an interviewer since this whole debacle took place. It happened for a second and then it was over. But I do cry when I watch shows about babies being born. And I can turn on "Terms of Endearment" at any point and start crying or "The Champ," with Rick Schroder.
She sounds so cute with the answers above. Then the real Jen comes out. Below, she's still trying to be cute, but I think you can sense just how out of touch she is.
Jen: The long-term effects of Botox. It seems like people are messing around with dangerous stuff. Look at some of the faces out there! Men age gracefully, although you're seeing more men having plastic surgery, which is weird. Nothing is worse than a guy with an eye job and don't think we can't tell.
Now she's a doctor.... Or did she just play one on TV? No. That was Joey......(Either you get that, or you don't. I'm not explaining it)
Yes Jen, Botox® is a trade name for botulinum toxin A, AKA: Botulism, AKA: food poisoning, but maybe you better check the history before opening your yap hole. I'm not a fan of plastic surgery either, but something tells me, despite what she says now, in a few years Jenny will be off to the doctor for "help" in saving her sagging career, and sagging breasts. Anyway, Botox® was only approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for cosmetic use in April 2002, and has been approved for the treatment of several medical conditions since 1989. I think I trust the scientist and the FDA just a wee bit more than Doctor Jen when it comes to medical safety.
Jen: The state of television. Where are all the sitcoms? Why are we so obsessed with reality TV? We don't know how to write and create good shows. I wonder if reality TV is adding to the obsession with the rag magazines that create all those soap operas with celebrities. So-and-so is scratching so-and-so's eyes out and, oh, my God, they may meet! It's so pathetic.
I love this the most. Jen sees her career flash before her eyes. "No more sitcoms???? Oh my, what will I do when I'm not doing movies?" Look Jen, there's a couple of good reasons there are so many reality shows on television, so let me explain this to you. At one time, you were one of the highest paid actresses on television.... EVER. According to E! online, Courtney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, and you were making $1 million an episode for the last two seasons. Prior to that you were making over $700,000 per episode. I'm a free market guy, and I have no problem paying anyone 5 million an episode if that's what the market will accept. But money, and the pockets and cheking accounts in which it resides, is finite. This isn't the 80' and 90's anymore Jen, and nobody wants to pay television actors more money than they would make on a full length feature movie. So, you resort to "Reality" programming that requires no writers, or actors. Count yourself lucky sweetheart, you laughed all the way to the bank with one of the highest rated shows on television, lots of money, and bagged (for a time) one of the most sought after men in Hollywood.
Therein lies the point you should understand. Jen, you basically have play money. If you want to head to Europe to relax, you hire a jet, and off you go. No biggy, and I am happy you are able to do that, but it's still play money to you. While 99.999 percent of the world's population gets up and goes to work every day, you have the luxury to go anywhere, and do anything. Assuming you invested the money you received from 5 or 6 shows worth of Friends, you should be able to live a comfortable life. So quit complaining about what you want to see on television. If it concerns you so much, use some of that Friends money to start a production company that specializes in sitcoms.
Jen: The state of the world. How about that indictment?! And why did it take so long to respond to the crisis in New Orleans? Everything is imploding. It all seems to lead back to our dear president.
I see Jen fancies herself a political mastermind. I really don't know where to start on this since she leaves herself wide open to be torn apart. Damn, Jen... It's just too easy.
First: State of the world. There is no difference in the state of the world now, compared to what it was like 300 BC. People killed each other, raped each other, started wars, and died from horrible disease. Get out of your bubble every once and awhile and you may not sound like an idiot when you speak. As far as the indictment, it's just an indictment, and means nothing until he's proven guilty. Learn the laws of your own land, ya idjit!
Second: The New Orleans flood was a fact of nature that was bound to happen this year, or twenty years from now. Looking for someone to ultimately blame? Try a corrupt city government and police force, and an inept and poorly planned state response team led by Governor Blanco (D) of Louisiana. See here and here for a better, more concise, explanation.
Third: Everything's imploding? Such as what? The economy is great, unemployment is low, and France is ripping itself apart because of the muslims they refused to do anything about when they had the chance. It couldn't be better. (Burn, baby. Burn)
And the usual no-brainer liberal bugaboo: It's Bush's fault.... "It leads back to our dear president?" What is "it" Jen? How does "it" lead back to the president? What exactly are you talking about? You don't know, do you? You're simply spouting liberal talking points that can be torn apart by anyone who takes the time to educate themselves. But, based on your last statement, and judging by your glee at the Libby indictment, you must have hated the Clinton administration:
- The only president ever impeached on grounds of personal malfeasance
- Most number of convictions and guilty pleas by friends and associates (33)
(47 individuals and businesses associated with the Clinton machine were convicted of or pleaded guilty to crimes with 33 of these occurring during the Clinton administration itself. There were in addition 61 indictments or misdemeanor charges.)
- Most number of cabinet officials to come under criminal investigation
- Most number of witnesses to flee country or refuse to testify
- Most number of witnesses to die suddenly
- First president sued for sexual harassment.
- First president accused of rape.
- First first lady to come under criminal investigation
- Largest criminal plea agreement in an illegal campaign contribution case
- First president to establish a legal defense fund.
- First president to be held in contempt of court
- Greatest amount of illegal campaign contributions
- Greatest amount of illegal campaign contributions from abroad
- First president disbarred from the US Supreme Court and a state court
http://prorev.com/legacy.htm if you want more details.
Jen: Radiohead. When are they going to make a new album? Where are they? Where did they go? I also want to know why Steve Perry left Journey.
Radiohead sounds like a dog with the skivey squirts. I don't know what skivey squirts means, but I like how that sounds. Perry "left" Journey because Neal and Jonathan got tired of listening to him bitch and moan about the direction of the band, and were tired of him single handedly producing Raised On Radio and wanting to do the same on the next CD. Firing Ross Valory and Steve Smith didn't win over too many fans either. And, because he f'd up plans for the Trial By Fire tour by busting his back on a mountain climb just weeks before the tour would start, and f'n up his voice too, Jonathan and Neal brought back Ross, and hired a perfect lookalike/soundalike to take over for Perry. They also got one hell of a good drummer to replace the session players used on Raised and Trial. Does that answer your question?
The conclusion to this longwinded diatribe is not just that Aniston is an idiot, it has more to do with me knowing that I may never see a million dollars in my lifetime, but I know that I have intelligence and critical thinking ability better than, oh let's use the number I said earlier: 99.999% of the people in Hollywood. Keep talking guys, you make for good copy, and good ridicule.