Well, on behalf of all us overly sensitive, whiny crackpots, may I say, "I'm sorry."
And by "I'm sorry," I mean, ahem...
"Suck on it, you ignorant ass!
Are you that obsessed with Mad Men that you thought this misguided series of photos somehow would be "revolutionary"? Your biggest clientele (I'm guessing) is women. When anyone who's seen the ad makes the immediate connection to violence in the home that is expected to be overlooked because the attacker comes bearing gifts (like say, the diamond necklace the man in the picture is holding) and you don't, what does that say about you?"
We may be sensitive, but I'll take that over this crap equalling more dollars for you. Under NO circumstances should you profit from this 'ish.
One commenter on their Facebook page, actually wrote, “hottest battered woman I’ve ever laid my eyes upon ... .”
And you seriously don't see anything wrong with that?!?
Okay, my whining aside, let me ask you this, Ms. Cameron: What exactly was your intention?
If glamorizing domestic violence wasn't the goal, the intended reaction, then what was? I'm dying to know.
Being a woman does not give you a pass on this one. In fact, you should know better than your male counterparts in this situation.
You should know better, Sarah Cameron.
You have managed to knock Michele Bachmann off of her assured seat on the DA throne this week in one fell swoop.
This kind of "10 pounds of stupid" is typical for politicians. You brought a whole new level to this game.
Congratulations. You're a Bachmann-level dumbass.
People work for years to get there, but you clearly have raw talent.
The man is an author, screenwriter and professional Asshole.
No. Really. It probably says so on his business card.
His philosophy of life is basically, he does, says and screws whatever he wants, without consequence or remorse.
I think I've mentioned before how I detest people who get rewarded for their bad behavior.
This guy's is a walking monument to everything about that concept I can't stand.
He says and does jerky things, but he makes it an interesting story. A story he can regale people with, while guys are wishing they could do what he does, without that pesky conscience thing interrupting.
And women... I'm sorry, women have no excuse.
Why would you touch this petri dish of...
Guh. I can't even think of the proper word. He's disgusting!
Should I ever encounter this man, I want a toilet seat cover, a 40 oz. of Purell and a HAZMAT suit on stand by!
This bothers me. Of all the jerks in the world, why is this faulty condom walking around, enjoying the good life? I don't get it.
There is no love in this man. He's a borderline sociopath. No regard for other people and HE HAS A BESTSELLER!
He has MERCHANDISING!!
And now that he's famous, he's probably got even more women lining up to be his next anecdote in an homage to the Asshole way of life.
I'm sickened by this! Is there no true comeuppance for this man?! That moment of clarity?
I've read a couple of the stories and while he has a style of writing that draws one in, I don't find him funny.
One or twice, I found a story where he does, in fact, get a kick in the ass from karma, which I applaud. But this does NOTHING to dissuade him from maybe, I don't know, being less of a jerk.
And why would it? Because being a jerk now pays his bills. It gives him the fame any writer craves and the credentials, too.
It's as if the rules have completely flipped. Want to be famous? Be a total Ass! Have no discernible talent, skill, or work ethic and make more than any of your educated, socially adjusted friends could dream of!
Is there anyone who can explain the appeal to me? Seriously. As a guy, I kind of get it. Dude's a walking id.
Impulses normal men suppress, he revels in and lives to tell the tale. But women. What is the attraction?
Tell me. Seriously, tell me. I'm at a loss.
Holy Cats, is this guy a dumbass.
How many times has the end of the world been falsely predicted by people? Hell, how many times has he predicted the end of the world? This October date makes his third prediction, on record.
Not to mention, this is my third, maybe fourth supposed apocalypse in my lifetime.
( Broken RecordCollapse )
He's right about one thing: They should have never relied on him.