Thursday, January 23, 2014

The Biebs

The Biebs under lock - the neighborhood is safe……for awhile anyway - young and too rich asshole

The arrest early this morning of Justin Bieber for DUI, drag racing, expired license and resisting arrest comes as no surprise.  Bad behavior by celebrities is nothing new.  I'm reading a biography of Frank Sinatra now.  I knew Ole Blue Eyes was a hell raiser but man oh man,  what a douche he was.  For all his God given talent (and yes, even I admit that The Biebs has talent although it's not to my taste) Frank Sinatra was a violent, self-absorbed anti-social asshole. 


Frank Sinatra - good singer, even better asshole

Some of my friends who are really interested in knowing me, know that I am interested in the human condition.  My favorite movies, books and TV shows are about the human condition.  Not for me those fast car chase and cartoon movies.  





I am fascinated by the foibles of human nature.  The why and how someone with so much natural talent who brings pleasure to millions can be such a low life with little or no feelings for his (or her) fellow human beings.

Celebrities like Justin Bieber and Frank Sinatra may be able to get away with their antisocial behavior because of their talent, money and good looks. However, that's not always the case.  There was another celebrity who had talent and money but God, he sure didn't have the good looks.


Phil Spector - famous songwriter and murderer


So folks this is what is going to happen to Justin Bieber.  He'll get out of jail and continue on his rampage.  Oh yes, he will continue.  Let's just hope that no one loses his or her life because of our society's propensity to give a pass to the good-looking psychopaths and put the ugly ones in jail.


All the money in the world can't buy a good soul



12 comments:

  1. Ron

    I certainly have no expertise here - but I think a lot of how you act as a young celebrity has to do with values instilled when a youngster. At the same time - when you are suddenly ultra rich and adored perspectives can change unless you are really really anchored. I think of all the adults who won lotteries well into mid life etc and fell apart at the seams - often dying soon after or being dead broke. It must be challenging not to get swept away - but we don't hear much about those who don't go off the rails.

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    1. Pat,
      You're exactly right, most of us have values instilled in us when we're youngsters. The fact that Biebers's mother wrote a book about how she raised him, certainly is false now. I just hope he doesn't kill or main someone by his out of control antics.
      Ron

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  2. ain't that the truth! perhaps, because miss justine is canadian, the law can deport him PERMANENTLY! this little shit needs the rug pulled out from under him before he kills someone!

    as for sinatra, yeah, mob ties.

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    1. Anne Marie,
      I never saw what his appeal was but I attributed my reaction towards him because I am of a different generation (old fogie). But now I know he's just a spoiled brat. I don't see a good end for him.
      Ron

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  3. Celebrities have been behaiving badly ever since the dawn of the entertainment industry. That's what happens when you combine cash with trash. Hollywood was always extremely sleazy, but at least back in the Golden era the stars had talent. Nowadays talent is extremely minimal and there are so very many so-called "stars" that it has absolutely no meanig.

    In my humble opinion, Justin Bieber is just one of many no-talented shits that will lose their looks and their wealth quickly and be faceless has-beens by the age of thirty. Their bad-boy antics are all that they have to rely on, really.

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    1. Jon,
      "When you combine trash with cash." Well said. I concur with you that Bieber's expiration date is almost up.
      Ron

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  4. I just can't believe that The Biebs' handlers have let go of the string around his balls. What a douchebag. I used to think he was fairly talented, and pretty much a nice guy. Now he can go to heck.

    Peace <3
    Jay

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    1. Jay,
      Same here, I actually had a soft spot for this kid. Not now. He's just another spoiled brat with too much money. I don't see this ending well. Maybe he thinks he getting street creds by his arrest. He's just a stupid, arrogant kid with too much money.
      Ron

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    1. Bob,
      Why am I not surprised?
      Ron

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  6. Ron,

    Actually JB is multi talented and a lot of that is God given. The problem with JB is that now that he is of age (past 18) he can do what he wants with his money. Note that when he was younger and on an "allowance" he was a pretty ok guy. He has a lot of growing up to do before he can act with some responsibility and that won't happen as long as he has the yes people who will kiss a$$ and do stunts like blocking off a city block for some fun with two 4,000 pound weapons. Somebody has to take him behind the barn with a willow switch. An interesting note on this whole situation is that he was released on a "standard bond" of $2500. Yep, he'll learn a lot from that. As you stated, I don't see this ending well.

    Jack

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    1. Jack,
      Isn't a shame to waste all that talent? I don't think an application of a willow stitch behind the barn would make a difference in his attitude. Did you see his bored and defiant attitude while he was being arraigned before the judge? This brat has a long way to go before he realizes, if he ever does, that he is about to blow his good fortune by his reckless behavior. Hopefully he doesn't maim or kill someone along the way in "discovering" himself.
      Ron

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