Monday, April 06, 2015

I Used to Think Freak Shows Were Things That Have Long Since Passed From the Scene

However, given the recent trend of the media celebrating all weirdo sexual fetishists and screwed-up people with identity disorders, the freak shows have by no means gone away.

Which leads me to the latest news regarding Bruce Jenner, who should be spending more time trying to defend himself against that civil suit resulting from the car crash he caused which claimed the life of a woman--a real one, not one of those trans fakers. The last thing he should be doing is going around parading about how proud he is of screwing up his body and wanting to hack it to bits in order to playact offensive female stereotypes:

Bruce Jenner will break his silence in a two-hour interview with Diane Sawyer later this month.

The former Olympian and reality TV star, 65, will speak in a 'far-ranging' interview with Sawyer for a special edition of '20/20' on Friday April 24, ABC News announced on Monday.

What a hell of a thing to do to your family. The narcissism knows no bounds.

I suppose it will be good for ABC's ratings.

I certainly plan to miss it.

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