Sligv Vreen Orxy

They’d rather fight a speeding ticket in court than spend half a day’s worth of income to pay it off, leading to more money wasted

Posted in Celebrities are a Dying Form of Art by Sligv Vreen Orxy on May 17, 2009

They never can believe that they’ve just ran a red light and have been pulled over by a cop. Come on, people do this on a daily basis, it’s not like you’re the only one getting punished for it. As a citizen of this country, you have a right to be stopped by anyone who believes you might be doing something illegal. Sure, sometimes they do charge you a bit more, but you should be paying more attention to the laws as outlined in your local headquarters.

The other thing is that these people are always trying to fight it, rather than just go and write a check for the ticket. Why try and fight a case when they’re photographic, video, and documented evidence that you’re the one to blame? So people would rather ditch out thousands of dollars for a quack lawyer and make him lie for you rather than pay a three-hundred dollar fine. Sometimes I think these celebrities are full o bullshit and don’t deserve to be out there on their own.

Even the Nigerians would kill to have their power, them being the biggest scammers in the world

Posted in Celebrities are a Dying Form of Art by Sligv Vreen Orxy on May 17, 2009

The people who buy into that Disney Channel crap are being mislead and scammed. These people don’t have talent, nor do they really care about the industry in general. They are found, polished, and brought into the public as talking sticks with wigs. Really, how many times have you said that you’d really like to go to a Disney concert to see The Jonas Brothers lip-sync? I know sometimes they don’t, but pretty much every artist does it at one point.

The Jonas Brothers are pretty pathetic to say the least, singing about being in love and breaking up when they actually have no idea how to control a relationship. Their songs are just as bad, being about girls obsessing over them, having all those nice things, and loving the world. Everyone sings about all those things, there’s nothing really different about them except that they have the Disney label attached to them.

Oh, and Hannah Montana, she has the biggest loud mouth ever, and acts like she’s a five year-old brat who wants to control the world. I heard that she isn’t exactly healthy either, keeping Big Macs and Coca-Colas all over her dressing rooms. I can’t believe that little girls aspire to be like her. At a performance, she kept having to breathe really hard between tracks because she doesn’t have the lung capacity to keep on singing.

Their lives are like being a Verizon customer, their network of people always have the last say

Posted in Celebrities are a Dying Form of Art by Sligv Vreen Orxy on May 17, 2009

Going back to that Britney Spears reference I made, she has a group of people who are also there wherever she goes. Even if they’re not exactly there in that sense that they’re present, she has that problem where people always know where she is, she has her father controlling her, the label management, her family, her kids, and of course is always surrounded by the paparazzi.

She hasn’t got that freedom that normal people have, and even on her own, the paparazzi are always going to be the people who determine which way she goes. She can go and hide in a mall somewhere and be okay, but going to a friend’s house will only allow them to surround the area. Of course, that’s always going to be a problem for these people, hanging out at their friend’s house for a day. It’s only opening doors to more trouble.

Not only because people will start to surround that area to catch a glimpse, but idiots will break in and steal some photos that they’ll sell for a grand in the parking lot. In this economy, people aren’t always thinking, they’re always in for the quick buck. Heck, even I would be more than interested in doing that on a daily basis if it made me better money than making and selling records!

There is no such thing as having feelings in Hollywood, it’s just a face full of makeup that’s trying to get you to agree with them

Posted in Celebrities are a Dying Form of Art by Sligv Vreen Orxy on May 17, 2009

There is no one in Hollywood that’s really “suffering” if I say so myself. They think that putting on these mini plays will get the public to agree with them, thus making their latest film or television show a success. Think of them like a little puppy dog, the poor thing just wants you to play with it because he’s not getting any action from the neighbor’s poodle next door.

Celebrities will go mentally crazy if they know that what they’re doing will help them get their next paycheck. They are wicked people who like to play games on us all the time. I bet you a lot of them shoplift too, you know, just so they can find out how common people make it through life. Some people just won’t say it because they’re afraid of losing the court case.

I bet you they even try and go into the video store and go like, “Oh, but I’m in this movie, I’m entitled to get it free!” on like every film they want to see. None of these people really get to spend their money because everything is totally free for them. They don’t even pay for those dresses that are almost five-thousand dollars! They obviously don’t have a nice wardrobe filled with clothes though, looking at what they’re always wearing when shopping at the mall or local supermarkets.

An actor can pretend to be a rock star, but a rock star cannot pretend to be a hero

Posted in Celebrities are a Dying Form of Art by Sligv Vreen Orxy on May 17, 2009

There is no way even a voice like mine could make anyone want to stop their singing career to go back to acting, but the fact that singers want to be actors now just kills me. Who says that just because a singer can write his own music means that he can go on to starring on a hit blockbuster? You cannot expect to handle the two jobs at the same time, because it’s too time consuming.

As a music producer, let me tell you this: I’m tired of being blamed for not getting someone’s single to number one. I can fix a song to the best of my ability, but can you for once think it may be due to the fact that the public just aren’t interested in your style at the moment? You can’t just be, “Oh that’s great!” for one day then ask for your $10,000 back the following week.

An actor has the ability to use his skills to become a one band man, playing the piano, tuba, drums, and guitar at the same time. He can be taught how to play a song and be able to go outside and show the audience he can a hour later. You can tell an actor a certain thing and they’ll be able to pull it off using their trademark.

A singer, on the other hand, has no way of feeling emotion unless he can get a hold of the moment. There’s never going to be the drummer who’s obsessed with Shakespeare and debuting in a Romeo & Juliet play, it’s that when pigs can fly situation that has to come into play.

Writing your autobiography does not mean to publish something that will be so offensive that you get sued

Posted in Celebrities are a Dying Form of Art by Sligv Vreen Orxy on May 17, 2009

A lot of celebrities have been writing their own books to release to the public, you know, so they get to “know” them a little better. Then, they find out that the public doesn’t really care much about them and think that they wasted a good twenty dollar bill to go read about their boring, same old famous life. That book then gets thrown away next to their old Richard Simmons workout videos.

So what have they done to get the rest of the public’s attention (the ones who don’t bother in buying it)? Well, they put in something nasty about their sister, who then reads it with disgust and calls them up to share some explicit language and demands for every copy to be pulled off the shelf. When she obviously doesn’t get her way, she calls all her friends and family and takes it to court.

These people don’t even care that you’re related to them either, they’re willing to take every single penny from you, and of course, at this point it doesn’t even matter because you sell a million copies by the time the first court meeting starts. So, you’ve made all the lawyer fees and whatever the bitch wants. Some people just end on that note so they don’t have to worry about having to get them more and get into debt.

Why should we listen to someone that insists they’re healthy when just a few seconds ago they stated in an interview that they had to lose 20 pounds in one week for the commercial?

Posted in Celebrities are a Dying Form of Art by Sligv Vreen Orxy on May 17, 2009

It is recommended that people only lose two pounds a week, but when you’re in Hollywood, losing half your body weight is what’s necessary to get a nice little gig as a spokesperson on a fitness program. What’s so bad about getting $10 million from doing a minute out of your time? Well, the fact that you’re lying to the public is one thing!

I actually witnessed some girl the other day, she was going on about how she’s loving her new waist and being less curvy to Jay Leno, then as I was walking backstage, she came in and fainted. I always joke and say that it was because she was a big fan and I left her breathless, but then I remember that she wasn’t a lesbian and that she was walking around with diet pills in her pocket.

Trust me, I don’t think I’m the healthiest person myself, but when you go to the fancy restaurants, you get three choices off the menu: the $100 menu for people that are not hungry, the $100 menu for people that are starving, and the $100 menu for people that need to lose 20 pounds by tomorrow. So in reality, they don’t actually have to do anything, they just have to mke sure that they’re eating out on a daily basis.

They sold the rights to their children to a popular magazine the day they were born

Posted in Celebrities are a Dying Form of Art by Sligv Vreen Orxy on May 17, 2009

No matter how much they want their kids to have a normal life, it will never happen. Selling pictures of your child being born should be outlawed because it’s like giving the public permission to go after them. Some of these people believe that their child has the right to go to a public school for their education, then you realize that some soccer mom has sold the team photo to People Weekly.

God gave you a child to be proud of, to care for, and to raise; God did not give you a child to parade around the paparazzi, sell photos of them for extra money, or to put them in danger. Being a celebrity, you should be aware that not everyone your child will meet at school will be safe, especially when at least 24 parents know who’s parents are those of the little blonde girl with pigtails.

There will always be people who won’t be able to keep their mouth shut, and trust me, I know a lot of parents like that. You can tell a mother one thing and all of the sudden the whole city will know. Not to mention that sometimes your kid won’t know better and will answer a stranger’s question. They’re just a kid anyway and you should keep up with them instead of leaving them in one country while you’re in another.

A worry most celebrities have is when their child gets older. You know, your teenager is trying to be like Britney Spears and just have some fun, then she ends up going around to her friends for a party. Oops, you either have a grandson on the way, or she’s just made a complete fool of herself in front of the camera! We have enough Paris Hiltons in the world already, we don’t want to add another one to the list.

If it’s a boy, you always are on the lookout for any weird behavior he might throw at you. To be honest, you just can’t keep teenagers from experimenting with drug substances. They’re going to be either into the drinking or the smoking, and while they can get help with it later, you don’t want to be the person who’s related to them or it’s going to be all eyes on you in the article. Bad children always is noted as bad parenting when it comes to being famous.

They’d all be wearing the trademark Marilyn Monroe dress and weigh more than 120 lbs

Posted in Celebrities are a Dying Form of Art by Sligv Vreen Orxy on May 17, 2009

People should know by now that these people have no sense in fashion whatsoever, come on, they have people who dress them on a daily basis! They don’t even do their own makeup and they have the most expensive and latest trends on them. All these people are catered depending on their height, weight, and width, almost like how an architect puts together a house plan.

Does everyone get that most of these celebrity chains of apparel and makeup never last? Probably not even them get to decide on what they’re going to release, the truth is that no one would really want to wear the itchy and scratchy dresses they have to put on everyday. The shoes are definitely a killer on anyone’s feet! I bet you that some of them consider pregnancy just to get out of wearing them for nine months.

I guess they’re similar in the fact that if they had the choice, they’d all be wearing Marilyn Monroe’s simple, yet glamorous, dress. It’s simple, easy to breathe in, and you don’t have to worry stepping on it down the red carpet. It makes an impact on people, and goes with any style of shoe. These people would rather have simplicity than trying to beat everyone in the best dressed polls, they want to look good, but feel good at the same time.

I’m pretty sure they’d all want to be at least 120 pounds too, because there isn’t really anything wrong with it to be honest. Movies are supposed to be real and true to life, what’s so real about a girl with big boobs and hardly any meat on her? A good percentage of the United States is obese and overweight, I’d one day love to see a big girl win an Oscar for Best Actress that weighs more than 150 pounds, it would change the world forever and be a huge accomplishment for our world. Girls need to be more independent, less picky, and more open-minded to things that come their way.

And with the revealing outfits, all I have to say is sex sells, and it always has. Maybe we’ve become a population who’s so obsessed with it, but it sends a message to everyone: If you become so out of control, so misunderstood, and unchallenged, this is what you will eventually become. I think girls should look at Britney Spears as a model of how one can be so innocent and sweet and be forced to live her life the way people want her to.

She was forced into this career since she was a little girl, she was forced to market herself as an out of control teenager. She’s at the point of her life where she wants change so badly, yet she’s wanting someone to tell her what to do, but she’s getting nowhere because she has the wrong people around her. She’s not going to have her parents around much longer because they’re getting older, and it’s when then that there’ll be the biggest and quickest fall she’ll have. She could sell so much Curious perfume that she’d never have to work again, but she’ll never be able to stand on her two feet until she gets the help she needs to accomplish it.

They wouldn’t set a goal of attending college, going to law school, and becoming a surgeon or teacher

Posted in Celebrities are a Dying Form of Art by Sligv Vreen Orxy on May 17, 2009

This is what really gets to me, you have some “diva” that’s been around for a couple of years and has three top ten hits. The journalist starts talking to her, asking what she’d like to do now that she has all this money, and she goes, “I really, really want to go back to school and get that Ph.D I was aiming for before I dropped out to become Atlantic’s best selling artist.” I mean, how idiotic must you be to think that anyone of your status can take that seriously? What’s most likely to happen is that some poor college professor or supervisor is going to fin your application papers and give it to the press for a large sum of money.

As of writing this, I remember clearly that Emma Watson, one of the main stars of Harry Potter, is going this path. She’s even announced what school she got accepted into, and it isn’t exactly hard to find her in the first place. All I’m saying is that she should be staying clear of parties, relationships, having sex, going outside, or even roaming around the dorms.

Pretty much, she’s not going to enjoy it because it’s going to be so hard for her to trust anyone, make friendships, and study because you just know that some photographer is going to pay some kid a thousand bucks for a picture or video of her doing something idiotic. It isn’t like she hasn’t done stupid stuff in the past anyway. Students are desperate too, they’re trying to get out of that place debt free!

There’s also the issue that once she does get into the work situation, she’s not going to be able to do anything because it’ll be hard for anyone to take her seriously. Artists tend to have a hard time getting any work because it’s not something appreciated by all, like writing, and she’s always going to have the actress and Harry Potter label stuck to her. People will like her work because it’s been created by a famous person, she could be doing stick figures and they’d be thousands who’d run out and buy them.

We’ve all seen those charity auctions, and we all know how much those grab. Just because she has the degree will make no difference at all. Your value to the public eye is what determines how much your work will fetch. Britney Spears, Madonna, and Oprah, they could do a whole gallery of celebrity freehand lines and circles, and each one would probably fetch an estimated $50 million. Their signature is what will be the selling point.

I think it’s great that famous people want to do more in their life and think outside the box, however, they think too much about what they want and don’t consider the consequences of taking that route. It’s one thing to feel that you’ve dug yourself a hole by getting into the industry, it’s another to dig yourself further, causing more suffering.

None of these people can ever become doctors, it’d only leave a loophole for someone to gain money from tamped prescriptions and diagnosis forms to convince a lawyer that there was malpractice going on. That’s the one fear I have for these people, they live a vulnerable life the moment they get in the magazines and newspapers. Only after they get that million dollar paycheck, they realize it’s too late.