Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Olvia Wilde Is Stupid. Here's Proof.

After the bombing massacre in Boston, celebrities took to Twitter like flies take to a fresh shit pile.

From using the deaths as a way to push their agenda on who "real terrorists" are to gay marriage.

I've compiled a list of some of the stupid tweets I've seen lately and thanks to the wonder of Twitter's embed function, you can reply right back to them if you so desire.

Known for being pretty (that's reason enough to spout your righteous indignation to the world) and the teen comedy drama, The O.C. which deals with the struggles of inner city youth and the day to day violence they face.

So Guantanamo Bay is what makes terrorists!? I thought Gitmo was to house terrorists that may have already committed crimes. I realize the American prison system makes a criminal a better criminal so much that some dub it "Crook School", but I'm not so sure about Gitmo.

Plus, didn't Obama say he was going to close Gitmo? If so, by extension does the Hollywood President thereby create terrorists as well?

Olivia, please shut and just look anorexic like usual.

Oh, you're not done?

In my search of The Constitution where it states "you are allowed to be violent with guns" I wasn't able to come up with anything.  The only thing I was able to come up with that even resembles this remark was in The Bill of Rights, not The Constitution.  I'm sure these two pieces of paper mean nothing to the lovely Olivia or "Joe".  Here's the portion of The Bill Of Rights I'm talking about:
Amendment II
A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.


  1. She is renowned for being pretty, not for being smart. If actors were employed on the basis of reason and common sense, there would be very few members of SAG.

    And for some weird reason in some twisted universe, the public is supposed to care what an actor says.

    1. Or they think we're supposed to care.


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