Congratulations, fellow haters! We did it! It’s finally our time. YAY! Okay, that’s enough happy time. Now let’s get back to moaning, groaning, bitching and hating.
Seen above having a moment of reflection and realizing that he’s married now and can’t freely just dive face first into cocktail waitress ass, George Clooney took a break from verbally jacking off his marriage to say that we’re living in a time when it’s in to be a negative shithead. Vulture recently interviewed George, director Brad Bird and co-writer Damon Lindelof about their new movie Tomorrowland and they were asked about Joss Whedon quitting Twitter because he didn’t want to deal with getting caca bombs of hate thrown at him anymore. I guess Damon deals with Twitter hate all the time and during filming, George judged his ass and wondered why he was wasting his energy on that crap. George then went on to say that the internet and social media has allowed bitter bitches to spew shit freely. Why is everyone looking at me?!
Listen, we’re at sort of a cynical time in society. Don’t ever read comments on anything! People can live anonymously, and I honestly think that when they were talking about freedom of speech in 1787, the theory was that you had to own your speech. It had to belong to you, and you actually had to take some responsibility for it. Now you can just sit alone and say horrible things, and it becomes fashionable to be shitty to people. Now people will come up to me, thinking they’re keeping it real, and they say, “I hated you in that last movie!” And I’ll look at them and go, “Well, I think those extra 20 pounds look good on you.” It’s become a much more cynical time, a time when people think it’s fun to only be negative.
So, he hates how asshole-y everyone has become and he responds to the hate by busting out some “Well, well…you’re fat” shit? Oh, George, you’re one of us. Stop fighting it. Now come sit next to me down in my dungeon of cuntiness and let’s throw some hate together. We’ll start with these pictures of you at the Tomorrowland premiere in Valencia, Spain today…