I’ve said it once and I’ll say it a thousand times: celebrity culture in this country is nauseating.
What’s more telling about our obsession with celebrity is how that same attitude affects the connections we make on a day to day basis.
While it is terrifying to think of these cretins getting into your personal information, it’s important to stay one step ahead of them. That’s why I’ve decided to leak all of my personal and controversial pictures now before someone else does it for me.
While walking up the tourist-infested sidewalk, Devon saw the Scholastic store and suggested that we check it out.
I would hope that, after all of this, these celebrities show some solidarity and develop the, ‘so what, it’s only nudity,’ attitudes. Because the real issue here is not nudity, it is the blatant violation of privacy and sheer disrespect for another’s well being.
If you want an idea of where the future of horror lies then Oculus is a great introduction to just that.
In either instance, be it in their professional or personal lives, the victims of the leak were acting of their own agency. And this in itself is infuriating to the people who think that they shouldn’t.
This is guaranteed to brighten your day.
For some reason, my iPhone asks if I would like to connect to a network called “HOME” whenever I am in one of Manhattan’s most expensive neighborhoods.
This is about the token psycho that we all know and if you don’t know her then it’s definitely you.