Hollywood

I really have to tell you that I am not a big fan of the whole Hollywood scene. It’s just way too fake for me. You go into any club or bar and run into zillions of wannabe actors, actresses, models and superstars. Yet, for all I know at the moment they are waiters, waitresses, receptionists and Abercrombie and Fitch brand representatives. People don’t really talk to each other, as there is a danger of getting to know the real “me”. Just think about it. All these people run around disillusioned about wanting to be famous, so they act accordingly. And that’s all they do. Once you actually talk to them their cover is blown. Game over. Rien ne va plus. Back to reality. Waiting tables, answering phones and applying tons of make up.

Really, you wouldn’t believe how many superficial people run around this place. It’s abnormally abnormal, so to speak. Some of them appear to be really nice. Too bad they don’t talk to normal people.

2 Comments

  1. Anonymous April 20, 2011 at 9:44 pm

    This is NOT SPAM, all I am asking you to do is read this…PLEASE and pass it along. This is a TRUE UPDATE on the Gulf Coast BP Oil Spill!!

    Have you ever heard of Whipple Van Ness Jones, III?

    Probably not, unless you watch the CBS daytime soap opera The Bold and the Beautiful.

    You see, according to Wikipedia….

    Whipple Jones III is a fictional character on CBS’s daytime drama The Bold and the Beautiful. He had been portrayed by Rick Hearst from February 13, 2002 to August 29, 2002 and was absent for nearly seven years before returning to the show on July 17, 2009….

    However, what they don’t tell you is that Whipple Van Ness Jones, III is a real person.

    Whip resides in NW Florida with his wife, 3 children, and pets.

    The problem is that when the BP oil spill happened Whip and his family lost their family business in Seaside, Florida the name of the store was Molly Caroline’s named after his two daughters Georgia Caroline and Molly Catherine (Whipple Van Ness Jones, IV wasn’t born yet when they opened their store).

    Whip loved the idea that The Bold and the Beautiful named a character after him, he thought it was fun because obviously how else would they come up with the EXACT SAME NAME for the show.

    Whip contacted the show early on (sent a copy of his birth certificate and drivers license), they didn’t offer any money (and Whip didn’t ask for any), just an autograph from the star portraying him.

    The problem is NOT that Whip has a character on a show, the problem is Whip and his family lost their main source of income due to the BP oil spill.

    Now when Whip applies for a job, and the employment places run a reference check on him and find a Wikipedia article calling Whip a fictional character on CBS’s daytime drama The Bold and the Beautiful, they claim he is using the name of a soap opera character…

    What Whip did was start his own dot com….and is allowing people to post blogs on his site for free, just to show that he is a real person.

    Google does give Whip a TINY amount to have ads on the right hand side of his webpage.

    Please pass this along to your friends to show that Whipple Van Ness Jones, III is not only a real person, but a man trying to keep food on his family’s table.

    Thank you!!

    PS- Whip and his family did put in a claim with BP, they just haven’t heard anything yet. AS OF MARCH 24, 2011

    PPS- Also, some people consider CBS to have BORDERLINE stolen Whip’s identity. Whip doesn’t see it this way, but how would you feel if you couldn’t get a job based on what Wikipedia says about you????

  2. Anonymous April 22, 2011 at 6:35 pm

    Generate Automatic Income While You Sleep

    ==> http://bit.ly/hio72u

    ABSS automatically creates content and updates your blog every day – once your blog is setup, you are done!

    ==> http://bit.ly/hio72u

    FREE PREMIUM MEMBER BONUS ..

    If you order in next 48 hours!

    Claim your copy of the software today.

    You have 60 days to test-drive this innovative package

    if you are not completely satisfied, you will receive a full, no questions asked refund.