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(USA Today)   Kourtney Kardashian in bitter Twitter feud with 'Teen Mom' star. This is what our culture has fallen to, people. Weep for America   (content.usatoday.com) divider line 63
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2011-12-04 11:57:24 AM  
If people didn't read this crap then it wouldn't be published.
 
2011-12-04 12:07:43 PM  
You only see what you're looking at, Subby.
 
2011-12-04 01:38:22 PM  
Our culture hasn't fallen anywhere. There was a time when people would pay money to watch deformed freaks and retarded people twitch around at the circus. This is only technologically different.
 
2011-12-04 01:45:44 PM  

Mugato: Our culture hasn't fallen anywhere. There was a time when people would pay money to watch deformed freaks and retarded people twitch around at the circus. This is only technologically different.


yes, but...I don't hate midgets and circus freaks. I respect them for having a job and doing it well.

these people though....they add nothing. they do not entertain. they have no value. they are vapid, soulless shells that pick a deadly sin and then take it to an extreme. then next week they pick a different sin as their new theme. I look at them and I wonder why society tolerates them.
 
2011-12-04 02:17:49 PM  
she should have gotten her beak fixed before she got the bolt ons.
 
2011-12-04 02:17:55 PM  
A Kardashian can read?
 
2011-12-04 02:19:08 PM  
I don't have enough tears.
 
2011-12-04 02:21:56 PM  
I am thinking this is another name that should be banned from Fark, between these skanks, and Hilton, and others who shall remain nameless, less they make their way back in.......
 
2011-12-04 02:24:30 PM  
Maybe we need a Kardashian Town where people can visit to view their antics up close.

www.michaelsbookshop.com
 
2011-12-04 02:25:46 PM  
The only amusing thing I've seen come from twitter Link (new window)
 
2011-12-04 02:29:19 PM  

LarryDan43: Maybe we need a Kardashian Town where people can visit to view their antics up close.


we could call it 'whoreville'.
 
2011-12-04 02:29:22 PM  
Stupid people that make money by being stupid people, who's worse the stupid people making money or the ones that watch them?
Back in the day when teens got "knocked up" they were a shame to the family, now it's no big deal.
 
2011-12-04 02:29:40 PM  
Lord knows that I wish I didn't know what these Kardashians were....
 
2011-12-04 02:29:56 PM  
No it hasn't subby. Many of us don't give a rat's ass about the people you are paying attention to and this is the closest connection that will exist for those kind of people to me.
 
2011-12-04 02:36:25 PM  
I prefer the Twitter war between Darrel and Dave from Storage Wars.

Really want the story behind Dave's arrest for indecent exposure in a donut shop parking lot.
 
2011-12-04 02:41:29 PM  
Meh... Just remember to laugh AT them, not WITH them...
 
2011-12-04 02:41:58 PM  

cig-mkr: Back in the day when teens got "knocked up" they were a shame to the family, now it's no big deal.


Actually it's a reality show. A reality show that teens actually try to get pregnant to be on.
 
2011-12-04 02:42:24 PM  
i253.photobucket.com
 
2011-12-04 02:52:15 PM  

Weaver95: we could call it 'whoreville'.


Otherwise known as Tijuana....which is where the Kardashians would probably end up if they didn't have lots of money.

/NTTAWWT
 
2011-12-04 03:06:52 PM  
Teen mom and 16 & pregnant were not bad ideas. You know, shine light on how shiatty it is to not have an abortion/use birth control.

But as I flipped through channels, I saw that one girl, Tarah? Farrah? She was getting breast implants. She's was even on the cover of US weekly.

www.usmagazine.com

That show glorifies teen pregnancy and rewards those little sluts. It's sick and wrong.
 
kab
2011-12-04 03:36:36 PM  
Stop reading twatter.

Problem instantly solved.
 
2011-12-04 03:37:11 PM  

Guidette Frankentits: That show glorifies teen pregnancy and rewards those little sluts. It's sick and wrong.


I've never seen the show and only know about it from the article about how kids were trying to get preggers in order to get on the show but did you seriously think it was going to be some sobering expose on teen pregnancy?

ugh
 
2011-12-04 03:39:10 PM  

Mugato: but did you seriously think it was going to be some sobering expose on teen pregnancy?


I know this is a rhetorical question, but no I didn't despite what I wrote in my boobies.
 
2011-12-04 03:43:34 PM  
Wookies use twitter? Or do I have the wrong sister.
 
2011-12-04 03:48:51 PM  

Unoriginal_Username: The only amusing thing I've seen come from twitter Link (new window)



Those Cher tweets are incomprehensible. And definitely hilarious.
 
2011-12-04 03:55:41 PM  
This would be the same one who just gave her baby up for adoption to her mother? After using her MTV money for new tits? What is this dumb mtv chicks point? A 32 year old woman with a long term boyfriend and a job(like it or not she does make good money) shouldn't plan out and have children?
 
2011-12-04 03:55:46 PM  

Tanukis_Parachute: Wookies use twitter? Or do I have the wrong sister.


No it's the homely looking one.
 
2011-12-04 03:57:29 PM  
Who?
 
2011-12-04 04:02:09 PM  
There was this cozy little restaurant in Port Huron called the Black River Cafe. I had taken my girlfriend (now my wife) there for a nice Valentine's Day dinner. We had wonderful food and a little heart-shaped cake. Just as we were about to pay our bill and exit, some hipsterish woman came in along with a small camera crew.

"Wonderful," I thought to myself, "this restaurant is to be featured in some locally-produced show, so it can get the publicity it deserves."

I approached the Maitre'd and asked him about the camera crew. Will this be on the local cable station? "No," he replied. This is MTV. They're filming an episode of Teen Mom here tomorrow."

My expression soured, and as much as I tried to hide it, I think the Maitre'd noticed.

Then I witnessed as the woman began to block out the shots for the following day. "She's going to sit here," she said, "and he should sit here." You know. Reality. The kind you rehearse a day ahead of time.

I begrudgingly left a tip and then drove my girlfriend home. I never returned to the restaurant. I considered it to be tainted.

A few months later, the restaurant had to close its doors for good.
 
2011-12-04 04:02:31 PM  

Apos: Unoriginal_Username: The only amusing thing I've seen come from twitter Link (new window)


Those Cher tweets are incomprehensible. And definitely hilarious.


Stevie Wonder's even funnier
 
2011-12-04 04:14:25 PM  
"One fifteen-minute celebrity is arguing with another fifteen-minute celebrity! OH NO, AMERICA IS DEAD!"

No, subs, you're what's wrong with America if you are bothered by something so minute that calling it "trivial" would be too flattering. Crying because some people put pineapple on their pizza would be a step up from this.
 
2011-12-04 04:20:35 PM  
I just wish we went back to giving morons like this their "15 minutes" The reason they're still milking it is because of brain dead teens and our "media" keeps them in them in the news.
 
2011-12-04 04:45:32 PM  

litespeed74: I just wish we went back to giving morons like this their "15 minutes" The reason they're still milking it is because of brain dead teens and our "media" keeps them in them in the news.


As long as they have enough time to get on Beavis and Butthead.
 
2011-12-04 04:54:17 PM  

Guidette Frankentits: Mugato: but did you seriously think it was going to be some sobering expose on teen pregnancy?

I know this is a rhetorical question, but no I didn't despite what I wrote in my boobies.


Oh, you poor victim of the substitute word! This is delightfully hilarious. I can figure out what you wrote.

Meanwhile, I absolutely agree with your sentiments and feel you are justified in your outrage.
 
2011-12-04 04:55:37 PM  

Unoriginal_Username: The only amusing thing I've seen come from twitter Link (new window)


Great find! Thanks!
 
2011-12-04 04:56:06 PM  
And yet, you read the article, then submitted it to Fark so more people could read it.

Congratulations, subby, you are the exact problem you are being a drama llama against, you hypocritical ass.
 
2011-12-04 05:09:42 PM  
DRTFA but....America is just fine subby Now you, on the other hand are part of the problem for helping to spread this moment of vapidity with the world.
 
2011-12-04 05:23:11 PM  
I hate to say this, but I'm siding with the Teen Mom.

Whore > Publicity Whore
 
2011-12-04 06:54:21 PM  

SharkTrager: I prefer the Twitter war between Darrel and Dave from Storage Wars.

Really want the story behind Dave's arrest for indecent exposure in a donut shop parking lot.



Was he "yupping" a little boy?
 
2011-12-04 07:31:51 PM  

Weaver95: Mugato: Our culture hasn't fallen anywhere. There was a time when people would pay money to watch deformed freaks and retarded people twitch around at the circus. This is only technologically different.

yes, but...I don't hate midgets and circus freaks. I respect them for having a job and doing it well.

these people though....they add nothing. they do not entertain. they have no value. they are vapid, soulless shells that pick a deadly sin and then take it to an extreme. then next week they pick a different sin as their new theme. I look at them and I wonder why society tolerates them.


Perhaps the same could be said about all religions the people running those circuses. You're just giving the "freaks" a pass because it's not their fault; but the point isn't that they performed, it's that someone thought it would be funny to make them do that, and more importantly that people watched it and were entertained.

/And yes, no matter how much you hate these people, they do entertain by any reasonable definition of "entertain".
//Also, let's not forget Minstral Shows, goin' down to the crick an' watchin that there thief get hanged, and all those other things people have done for entertainment over the decades
///At least we usually watch people get fake killed for entertainment now instead of actually killed
 
2011-12-04 08:04:43 PM  

Barakku: /And yes, no matter how much you hate these people, they do entertain by any reasonable definition of "entertain".
//Also, let's not forget Minstral Shows, goin' down to the crick an' watchin that there thief get hanged, and all those other things people have done for entertainment over the decades


Not in the same way, though.

The freaks in the freak shows of olde didn't have their own perfume or clothing line and people didn't try to emulate them. So, not the same thing.
 
2011-12-04 08:15:32 PM  

GreenAdder: There was this cozy little restaurant in Port Huron called the Black River Cafe. I had taken my girlfriend (now my wife) there for a nice Valentine's Day dinner. We had wonderful food and a little heart-shaped cake. Just as we were about to pay our bill and exit, some hipsterish woman came in along with a small camera crew.

"Wonderful," I thought to myself, "this restaurant is to be featured in some locally-produced show, so it can get the publicity it deserves."

I approached the Maitre'd and asked him about the camera crew. Will this be on the local cable station? "No," he replied. This is MTV. They're filming an episode of Teen Mom here tomorrow."

My expression soured, and as much as I tried to hide it, I think the Maitre'd noticed.

Then I witnessed as the woman began to block out the shots for the following day. "She's going to sit here," she said, "and he should sit here." You know. Reality. The kind you rehearse a day ahead of time.

I begrudgingly left a tip and then drove my girlfriend home. I never returned to the restaurant. I considered it to be tainted.

A few months later, the restaurant had to close its doors for good.


I lived in Seattle when they filmed the Real World there.I think it was the only shoot they almost shut down because the locals farked with them so much. There were competitions to see who could drive them out of bars, phone trees to alert people to where they were shooting so we could disrupt it, and the local paper kept score. I was at a bar with a large group (8-10_ and they showed up. The bar owner actually asked us to leave our table for them. We laughed in her face and told her we were locals, had been there for hours buying many drinks and would be around long after they left. she backed down. Then my friend put about $10 into the jukebox and put Radar Love on repeat. MTV packed up and left.
 
2011-12-04 08:23:48 PM  

Car_Ramrod: And yet, you read the article, then submitted it to Fark so more people could read it.

Congratulations, subby, you are the exact problem you are being a drama llama against, you hypocritical ass.


What he said. I'm pretty successful at avoiding "celebrities" like this. The only time I hear about them is when I come to Fark and hear headline submitters "biatching" about how awful it all is.
 
2011-12-04 08:27:26 PM  

Leashlaw: GreenAdder: There was this cozy little restaurant in Port Huron called the Black River Cafe. I had taken my girlfriend (now my wife) there for a nice Valentine's Day dinner. We had wonderful food and a little heart-shaped cake. Just as we were about to pay our bill and exit, some hipsterish woman came in along with a small camera crew.

"Wonderful," I thought to myself, "this restaurant is to be featured in some locally-produced show, so it can get the publicity it deserves."

I approached the Maitre'd and asked him about the camera crew. Will this be on the local cable station? "No," he replied. This is MTV. They're filming an episode of Teen Mom here tomorrow."

My expression soured, and as much as I tried to hide it, I think the Maitre'd noticed.

Then I witnessed as the woman began to block out the shots for the following day. "She's going to sit here," she said, "and he should sit here." You know. Reality. The kind you rehearse a day ahead of time.

I begrudgingly left a tip and then drove my girlfriend home. I never returned to the restaurant. I considered it to be tainted.

A few months later, the restaurant had to close its doors for good.

I lived in Seattle when they filmed the Real World there.I think it was the only shoot they almost shut down because the locals farked with them so much. There were competitions to see who could drive them out of bars, phone trees to alert people to where they were shooting so we could disrupt it, and the local paper kept score. I was at a bar with a large group (8-10_ and they showed up. The bar owner actually asked us to leave our table for them. We laughed in her face and told her we were locals, had been there for hours buying many drinks and would be around long after they left. she backed down. Then my friend put about $10 into the jukebox and put Radar Love on repeat. MTV packed up and left.


That's farking awesome.

The only reason reality shows are on the air is because of old TV execs that think everybody wants to see the old '80s 'worship the rich' soap dramas like Dallas and Dynasty combined with Hollywood favoritism. Nobody really gives a flying fark about a Kardashian. Nobody really cares about these sad reality TV show losers except for teenagers, and they're too young to know any better. And that's the point: American entertainment has focused on children for so long that it has lost any connection to anything substantial.

A few places--ex-niche cable channels--have caught onto this untapped market and made some awesome programming in exchange. But this is what happens when you have unfettered capitalism in this sort of media environment: you go after the easy money and leave other markets untouched. It's not a pursuit of money, but a pursuit of easy money. And you have what we have here: manufactured news designed to appeal to the few fans of this nonsense in exchange of alienating everybody else because...well, there are real problems out there and the drama of two overpaid assholes doesn't really compare.
 
2011-12-04 08:28:29 PM  

12349876: litespeed74: I just wish we went back to giving morons like this their "15 minutes" The reason they're still milking it is because of brain dead teens and our "media" keeps them in them in the news.

As long as they have enough time to get on Beavis and Butthead.


I loved Beavis and Butthead's commentary on Teen Mom's boob job.
 
2011-12-04 08:39:32 PM  

Leashlaw: GreenAdder: There was this cozy little restaurant in Port Huron called the Black River Cafe. I had taken my girlfriend (now my wife) there for a nice Valentine's Day dinner. We had wonderful food and a little heart-shaped cake. Just as we were about to pay our bill and exit, some hipsterish woman came in along with a small camera crew.

"Wonderful," I thought to myself, "this restaurant is to be featured in some locally-produced show, so it can get the publicity it deserves."

I approached the Maitre'd and asked him about the camera crew. Will this be on the local cable station? "No," he replied. This is MTV. They're filming an episode of Teen Mom here tomorrow."

My expression soured, and as much as I tried to hide it, I think the Maitre'd noticed.

Then I witnessed as the woman began to block out the shots for the following day. "She's going to sit here," she said, "and he should sit here." You know. Reality. The kind you rehearse a day ahead of time.

I begrudgingly left a tip and then drove my girlfriend home. I never returned to the restaurant. I considered it to be tainted.

A few months later, the restaurant had to close its doors for good.

I lived in Seattle when they filmed the Real World there.I think it was the only shoot they almost shut down because the locals farked with them so much. There were competitions to see who could drive them out of bars, phone trees to alert people to where they were shooting so we could disrupt it, and the local paper kept score. I was at a bar with a large group (8-10_ and they showed up. The bar owner actually asked us to leave our table for them. We laughed in her face and told her we were locals, had been there for hours buying many drinks and would be around long after they left. she backed down. Then my friend put about $10 into the jukebox and put Radar Love on repeat. MTV packed up and left.


thelaughingmarcus.files.wordpress.com
 
2011-12-04 08:51:19 PM  

Leashlaw: GreenAdder: There was this cozy little restaurant in Port Huron called the Black River Cafe. I had taken my girlfriend (now my wife) there for a nice Valentine's Day dinner. We had wonderful food and a little heart-shaped cake. Just as we were about to pay our bill and exit, some hipsterish woman came in along with a small camera crew.

"Wonderful," I thought to myself, "this restaurant is to be featured in some locally-produced show, so it can get the publicity it deserves."

I approached the Maitre'd and asked him about the camera crew. Will this be on the local cable station? "No," he replied. This is MTV. They're filming an episode of Teen Mom here tomorrow."

My expression soured, and as much as I tried to hide it, I think the Maitre'd noticed.

Then I witnessed as the woman began to block out the shots for the following day. "She's going to sit here," she said, "and he should sit here." You know. Reality. The kind you rehearse a day ahead of time.

I begrudgingly left a tip and then drove my girlfriend home. I never returned to the restaurant. I considered it to be tainted.

A few months later, the restaurant had to close its doors for good.

I lived in Seattle when they filmed the Real World there.I think it was the only shoot they almost shut down because the locals farked with them so much. There were competitions to see who could drive them out of bars, phone trees to alert people to where they were shooting so we could disrupt it, and the local paper kept score. I was at a bar with a large group (8-10_ and they showed up. The bar owner actually asked us to leave our table for them. We laughed in her face and told her we were locals, had been there for hours buying many drinks and would be around long after they left. she backed down. Then my friend put about $10 into the jukebox and put Radar Love on repeat. MTV packed up and left.


I try not to live with regret, but now something tells me I should have gone back to that restaurant the day after. Or maybe I should have alerted "Anonymous."
 
2011-12-04 09:14:55 PM  
"Our culture?" I dont know who either of these people are. This is some dumbass's culture
 
2011-12-04 10:06:59 PM  

Ross E. Krushan: Oh, you poor victim of the substitute word! This is delightfully hilarious. I can figure out what you wrote.


If I was filterpwn'd, it would read "Boobies", not boobies
 
2011-12-04 10:28:21 PM  
See, this one's decent looking:

i.usatoday.net

The one with the big ass looks like some kind of alien hooker, and the third one looks like Ernest Borgnine in drag.
 
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