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Thursday, September 15, 2005

"I Don't Want To Live In America"

(Get out, and take that ugly kid of yours with you.)

Yep, that was the quote from uber-absorbed actress Gwyneth Paltrow.

"Yes, well, I went to Spain in an exchange program at 15, and I've always been drawn to Europe. America is such a young country, with an adolescent swagger about it. But I feel that I have a more European sensibility, a greater respect for the multicultural nature of the globe. And it's a strange time to be an American now."

Oh, please. Spare us.

". . . I feel like we're really in trouble. I just had a baby and thought, 'I don't want to live there.' Bush's anti-environment, pro-war policies are a dis. . . [grace]"

Knock yourself out, Gwyneth. (If that is your real name.) Don't let the door hit you in the ass.

Oh, and while you're at it, take Alec Baldwin with you.

9 comments:

  1. I love how these schmucks hate this country and threaten to leave constantly...

    Her and her rotten apple kid can take a freaking hike.

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  2. Maybe she can shack up with Johnny Depp. Byotch.

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  3. Is she really that talented? Note to Gwyneth: Shakespeare in Love sucked!

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  4. W,
    I want to know who was stupid enough to get her pregnant. It chaps me that people who have made there money off of America continue to pee all over it!!!!

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  5. Don't let the airliner door slap you in the A$$.

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  6. She could live wherever she wants, but you know her stupid @$$ couldn't stay out of Hollywood. The only city on the face of the planet where reality is completely suspended.

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  7. Anon - Unfortunately, that's par for the course for Tinseltown anymore.

    SK - Agreed.

    Fmragtops - I know. She'll be back to film her next movie faster than Michael Moore downs a dozen hot dogs.

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  8. It's nice when you can afford to cr@p all over your country...the country that gave you the lovely lifestyle you enjoy. Prat! (I figured since she's living in England, I'd use and English insult.)

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  9. And to think at one time she was my fave actress. Stupid wench.

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