What I want to say today encapsulates the talking points in this weeks memo. Social Media has evolved from its docile, nubile state into something so inconspicuous we do not see it. Social Media might as well be S&M, at least it is for anyone with opinions like mine*.
This celebrity twitter war that is almost so goofy, I nearly expect the next person chiming in to be Daffy. It was all sparked by this.
I also would like to apologize, the feud was not started by a Madona sighting in such clothing as below.
(If the video opens at the beginning, do not bother watching it all. Skip to 4:08, watch 30 seconds and then do as you may)
Honest question, isn't Madonna the last person you'd ask to speak at a women's rally? Like the exact last person. Last in the sense that you would have picked Ron Jeremy and Floyd Fairweather to present a slideshow before you would have asked Madonna to pick up a mic. And I'm not being a dick, not even in the slightest.
You specifically don't pick Madonna because she inevitably said something like "I have thought a lot about blowing up the white house". About five percent of actively living people in this country would have said something along those lines in public, at a nationally broadcast and covered women's rally, during thanksgiving dinner. What is the real difference? The solvable problem is always Madonna. Get her out of everything, filter her from our eyes because when she opens her mouth it makes me feel like 0:12.
1. Never look at the camera
2. Stop bullying Piers Morgan
3. Stay Away from Madonna
4. My name is Kifo, not Dad
*statements made that hold the asterisks following them are completely and totally fabrications for the intended use of comedy*.
I don't give the internet credit for its sense of humor or just general intelligence and I'm glad I decided to do it that way.