Who Needs A Valid Government Issued ID When We’ve Got Google?

May 23, 2013 / Posted by:

A world-renowned philosopher named Courtenay “Nay Nay” Semel once told a Las Vegas casino security guard who didn’t know her: “Google me, you dumb fuck!” Those thought-provoking and important words have lived on thanks to Amanda Bynes.

TMZ says that Amanda tried to get on a private jet headed for L.A. at Teterboro Airport in New Jersey, but the pilot refused to let her on the plane, because she didn’t have a valid government issued ID with her. Amanda screamed about how her license was suspended and she didn’t have any other kind of ID. The pilot kept shaking his head “no,” so Amanda finally told him that if he Googled her, he’d find out that she’s Amanda Fucking Bynes! Strangely enough, the TSA does not accept a Google image page with your face all over it as proper ID. When the pilot asked an official from the private jet company if he can let her on even without a valid ID, he got a no and Amanda was officially denied.

Amanda told TMZ that their story is as fraudulent as those pictures of her drug den and I’m sure she also threatened to sue TMZ, the pilot, the private jet company, Google, the machine that makes government issued IDs and James Cameron, because he totally used his special effects skills to create the Amanda Bynes hologram that terrorized Teterboro.

Amanda should be happy that the pilot denied her ass. There’s so many Amanda Bynes doppelgängers out there and it’s hard to tell which one is the real Amanda Bynes. If that was really Amanda Bynes trying to get on that jet, she should’ve just said to the pilot, “You’re an ugly-faced man.” That’s the only confirmation he would’ve needed to welcome the real Amanda Bynes to his flight.

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