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(YouTube) Video Not news: Ashton Kutcher wins award and makes a speech. News: Speech is actually pretty relevant and smart   (youtube.com) divider line 21
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2013-08-23 01:22:58 AM  
Whoda thunk it?

Sad thing is, most of those silly, screaming twits tweens in the audience didn't hear a gotdamned
word he said.

Ashton: [talks]
Crowd:  Ooooooh ASHTON we LOVE YOU!
Ashton: [something something sexy]
Crowd:  SQUEEEEEEEEE Oh ASHTON I didn't hear a word that you said but I LOVE YOU!!!!!!
 
2013-08-23 06:43:51 AM  
Repeat from several days ago? For shame yet again, Fark.
 
2013-08-23 06:49:24 AM  
They may not have heard him, but he tried.

Better than I expected, actually.  Not a big fan of his.
 
2013-08-23 07:03:01 AM  
damn, thats the second time in a week ive had to think this man is pretty smart.
 
2013-08-23 07:03:52 AM  
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2013-08-23 07:17:03 AM  
Is the one where he tells people they need to work hard? No wonder they tuned him out.
 
2013-08-23 07:22:22 AM  
Getting discovered in a bar = hard work.
The lead role in "Dude Where's My Car" = hard work.
The lead role on CBS's "Fart! The Series" = hard work.


Slow down, Hercules!
 
2013-08-23 07:32:18 AM  
I knew the concept of work would piss someone off on Fark.
 
2013-08-23 07:46:49 AM  
And he is banging Mila Kunis.

'Nuf said
 
2013-08-23 07:51:28 AM  
It is a good story, though.


It is a good story, though.
 
2013-08-23 07:52:57 AM  
Huh? This was all over the news. There were threads on Fark even. Why is this posted like it's new??

EyeballKid: Getting discovered in a bar = hard work.
The lead role in "Dude Where's My Car" = hard work.
The lead role on CBS's "Fart! The Series" = hard work.


Slow down, Hercules!


Now that's funny.
 
2013-08-23 07:53:06 AM  

EyeballKid: Getting discovered in a bar = hard work.
The lead role in "Dude Where's My Car" = hard work.
The lead role on CBS's "Fart! The Series" = hard work.


Slow down, Hercules!


Wow...you missed the part about all the shiat mundane jobs he had before he was discovered. Does the fact that
he became an actor (not "real" work as far as a lot of folks are concerned) somehow lessen the fact that he seems
to have a solid work ethic?

Do you have any idea how many teenagers graduate high school without EVER having held down even a summer
job? I'm not a fan of Ashton Kutcher by a long stretch, but it is nice to see someone in Hollywood espousing substance
over packaging and work ethic over sitting on your ass and expecting everything to be handed to you.
 
2013-08-23 08:00:50 AM  
I haven't been able to stand this douche ever since the "Punked" days. He's not as dumb as everyone seems to think though.
 
2013-08-23 08:08:23 AM  

digitalrain: Wow...you missed the part about all the shiat mundane jobs he had before he was discovered. Does the fact that
he became an actor (not "real" work as far as a lot of folks are concerned) somehow lessen the fact that he seems
to have a solid work ethic?

Do you have any idea how many teenagers graduate high school without EVER having held down even a summer
job? I'm not a fan of Ashton Kutcher by a long stretch, but it is nice to see someone in Hollywood espousing substance
over packaging and work ethic over sitting on your ass and expecting everything to be handed to you.


Did you know making not-shiatty films and/or television shows also takes an exerted effort? But, I'm sorry, you were going on about the backbreaking effort it took to pull one over on Wilmer Valderrama on a very special episode of PUNK'D?

/worked in high school, didn't know I get to lecture children about work ethic now
 
2013-08-23 08:13:49 AM  

EyeballKid: digitalrain: Wow...you missed the part about all the shiat mundane jobs he had before he was discovered. Does the fact that
he became an actor (not "real" work as far as a lot of folks are concerned) somehow lessen the fact that he seems
to have a solid work ethic?

Do you have any idea how many teenagers graduate high school without EVER having held down even a summer
job? I'm not a fan of Ashton Kutcher by a long stretch, but it is nice to see someone in Hollywood espousing substance
over packaging and work ethic over sitting on your ass and expecting everything to be handed to you.

Did you know making not-shiatty films and/or television shows also takes an exerted effort? But, I'm sorry, you were going on about the backbreaking effort it took to pull one over on Wilmer Valderrama on a very special episode of PUNK'D?

/worked in high school, didn't know I get to lecture children about work ethic now


Ah. So you don't like his work so therefore that makes him lazy. Makes perfect sense. Why didn;t I see it before?!
 
2013-08-23 08:20:34 AM  

abhorrent1: I haven't been able to stand this douche ever since the "Punked" days. He's not as dumb as everyoneFARK seems to think though.


This is truly the one place on the internet their is nothing but haters gonna hate for this guy. Apathy? Sure, see that places. Dislike? Sure. HATEING EVERY THING HE HAS EVER DONE BAR DONE. Fark, has the market cornered on that one.
 
2013-08-23 08:20:58 AM  

Jim from Saint Paul: Ah. So you don't like his work so therefore that makes him lazy. Makes perfect sense. Why didn;t I see it before?!


Really? Do you honestly think it takes as much work to act poorly as it does to act well? Do you think a talent or ability in a certain field is obtained strictly through a magic creator's nose twitch, lightning bolt, etc? You may wanna note that the person who's going on about how hard he works has plenty of time to voice this argument, time that somebody else may spend, I dunno, working on something or other.

But, I'm sorry, you were saying how the star of the unentertaining remake of "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner" (re-making a film? WHAT HARD WORK!) should serve as some example to them lazy kids with their Xboxes and the rap music?
 
2013-08-23 08:30:46 AM  
Mediocre actor states obvious, mediocre minds applaud wildly.

/ga tech guy was better
 
2013-08-23 08:31:59 AM  
'Hard work will get you to your goals' and 'There is no job that is beneath you' are incompatible advices.

Everything has an opportunity cost. If you want to be a dancer, every hour you spend mopping floors is an hour you haven't spent becoming better at dance.
 
2013-08-23 08:36:47 AM  

EyeballKid: Jim from Saint Paul: Ah. So you don't like his work so therefore that makes him lazy. Makes perfect sense. Why didn;t I see it before?!

Really? Do you honestly think it takes as much work to act poorly as it does to act well? Do you think a talent or ability in a certain field is obtained strictly through a magic creator's nose twitch, lightning bolt, etc? You may wanna note that the person who's going on about how hard he works has plenty of time to voice this argument, time that somebody else may spend, I dunno, working on something or other.

But, I'm sorry, you were saying how the star of the unentertaining remake of "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner" (re-making a film? WHAT HARD WORK!) should serve as some example to them lazy kids with their Xboxes and the rap music?


I am saying just because you don't like his work doesn't mean he is lazy and it doesn't mean he isn't popular.

This is an impossible pill for you to swallow, I understand.
 
2013-08-23 08:39:20 AM  

Nina_Hartley's_Ass: Mediocre actor states obvious, mediocre minds applaud wildly.

/ga tech guy was better


I never said the guy deserved to win a Nobel Prize, but it IS nice to see someone who is a part of the Hollywood Machine
trying to get across to kids that the substance of WHO they are is more important than how they look. It is refreshing to
have a celebrity say "hey...if you want to get anywhere in life you have to get off your ass and work for it".

Most of them just blather on about how they couldn't have done it without their fans, blah blah I love you, blah blah thank
God, blah blah GO SEE MY NEW MOVIE!
 
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