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2014-01-26 05:08:05 PM
Just play his own movies at him.
 
2014-01-26 05:14:14 PM
I don't get him.

I mean, this alleged piece of performance art is itself a ripoff; been done before by more original people. He knows this. His entire apologies have been one string of ripoffs after another.

What the hell is his point? He has to know that it's not  working as an artistic statement; that everyone is aware that his original sin is still present and still unaccounted for.
 
2014-01-26 08:19:10 PM

Rincewind53: I don't get him.

I mean, this alleged piece of performance art is itself a ripoff; been done before by more original people. He knows this. His entire apologies have been one string of ripoffs after another.

What the hell is his point? He has to know that it's not  working as an artistic statement; that everyone is aware that his original sin is still present and still unaccounted for.


Honestly, I think it was pretty funny for him to plagiarize his apology for his original plagiarism.
 
2014-01-26 08:27:56 PM

Shostie: Rincewind53: I don't get him.

I mean, this alleged piece of performance art is itself a ripoff; been done before by more original people. He knows this. His entire apologies have been one string of ripoffs after another.

What the hell is his point? He has to know that it's not  working as an artistic statement; that everyone is aware that his original sin is still present and still unaccounted for.

Honestly, I think it was pretty funny for him to plagiarize his apology for his original plagiarism.


Maybe the first three times. Now though?
 
2014-01-26 08:30:09 PM
The description for the star's performance exhibit titled #IAMSORRY would give almost any museum goer pause for thought, leaving them to question whether it is an authentic expression of contrition or just another bid for attention.

Oh, I don't think there's any question.
 
2014-01-26 08:44:24 PM
Done and done.
 
2014-01-26 08:52:30 PM
That is one punchable face.
 
2014-01-26 08:53:49 PM
I'd like to see some performance art where his entire oeuvre is erased from the world and he doesn't make any more "Art" and we never see or hear from him ever again.

/jk, Holes was good.
 
2014-01-26 08:58:08 PM

Mugato: That is one punchable face.


Meat tenderiser.  Perfect instrument for a guy called TheBeef.

/Sheeeyah, The Beef
 
2014-01-26 08:58:34 PM
Years ago, Henry Rollins put forth an idea for a performance art piece called "Edie Brickell Still Lives" where he would sit in a chair on a stage covered with cinder blocks, nails and razor wire, a PA announcer would say "Edie Brickell still lives!" at which point, Rollins would hurl himself onto the stage, beating his body against all the bricks and nails and razors until he collapsed into a bloody, sweaty heap on the stage. Then the PA announcer would shout, "But she still lives!", which would cause Rollins to pick himself up off the stage and do it all over again.


Can we go with Hank's idea?

/Sourced http://dempseysarmy.blogspot.com/2010/06/random-thoughts-about-week.h t ml  so I'm not considered a Shia LaBeouf.
//It's better and angrier on his spoken word album.
///"Making songs is like paintin' pictures." "DIE DIE DIE!"
 
2014-01-26 08:58:49 PM

Rincewind53: Shostie: Rincewind53: I don't get him.

I mean, this alleged piece of performance art is itself a ripoff; been done before by more original people. He knows this. His entire apologies have been one string of ripoffs after another.

What the hell is his point? He has to know that it's not  working as an artistic statement; that everyone is aware that his original sin is still present and still unaccounted for.

Honestly, I think it was pretty funny for him to plagiarize his apology for his original plagiarism.

Maybe the first three times. Now though?


That made it even funnier.
 
2014-01-26 09:04:01 PM
Visitors to the show are given the choice of an odd assortment of objects - including a whip, pliers, and whiskey - which they can choose to inflict upon the star in any way they like.

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The email sent by LaBeouf makes it clear that it may not be the actual star seated with the bag on his head and could very well be an 'impostor'.

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2014-01-26 09:05:21 PM
Funny how quickly Hollywood turned on him and yet people like Allen and Polanski are thought of as Gods.  The moral of the story?  Better to rape little girls than steal someone's idea.
 
2014-01-26 09:08:22 PM

Rincewind53: I don't get him.

I mean, this alleged piece of performance art is itself a ripoff; been done before by more original people. He knows this. His entire apologies have been one string of ripoffs after another.

What the hell is his point? He has to know that it's not  working as an artistic statement; that everyone is aware that his original sin is still present and still unaccounted for.


Let me say it slowly:

He's a self-centered narcissistic twat.

That's why - he thinks a public abasement will somehow appease folks, that his voluntary surrender to the stocks will allow him "a fresh start." He's a jerk. End of story. There's nothing more he needs to do but totter off to the Hollywood corner of his choice, wearing a Ralph Lauren hair shirt, and plead for attention. But this? Fark this.
 
2014-01-26 09:09:11 PM
1. He's 27?!

2. God what a douche.
 
2014-01-26 09:10:10 PM

LL316: Funny how quickly Hollywood turned on him and yet people like Allen and Polanski are thought of as Gods.  The moral of the story?  Better to rape little girls than steal someone's idea.


Um... duh? You're living in the world of intellectual property. You have only one friggin' commodity. Everything else is a sideline to that, and The Beef committed a mortal sin, in terms of his career - he not only stole intellectual property, but made it shiatter in the process of plagiarizing it.

Besides, it's not like he hasn't shagged a teen.
 
2014-01-26 09:10:49 PM

NewportBarGuy: Years ago, Henry Rollins put forth an idea for a performance art piece called "Edie Brickell Still Lives" where he would sit in a chair on a stage covered with cinder blocks, nails and razor wire, a PA announcer would say "Edie Brickell still lives!" at which point, Rollins would hurl himself onto the stage, beating his body against all the bricks and nails and razors until he collapsed into a bloody, sweaty heap on the stage. Then the PA announcer would shout, "But she still lives!", which would cause Rollins to pick himself up off the stage and do it all over again.


Can we go with Hank's idea?

/Sourced http://dempseysarmy.blogspot.com/2010/06/random-thoughts-about-week.h t ml  so I'm not considered a Shia LaBeouf.
//It's better and angrier on his spoken word album.
///"Making songs is like paintin' pictures." "DIE DIE DIE!"


Hating Someone's Guts, Pt. 1, from The Boxed Life.

/ Just one heartfelt "DIE!"
// Pt. 2 is U2, from Dublin, no less
/// Good call, I think this will work.
 
2014-01-26 09:10:53 PM

LL316: Funny how quickly Hollywood turned on him and yet people like Allen and Polanski are thought of as Gods.  The moral of the story?  Better to rape little girls than steal someone's idea.


Actually I think he talked shiat about Spielberg.
 
2014-01-26 09:18:42 PM
So what's his excuse for "Kingdom of the Crystal Skull?"
 
2014-01-26 09:30:04 PM

ten foiled hats: / Just one heartfelt "DIE!"


I haven't heard them in almost 20 years, but they were all amazing. I still have them floating around. 'Get in the Van' is a must read/listen.
 
2014-01-26 09:33:03 PM
fark him. What an unbelievable asshole.

Dear fark-wit:

Go away. There was no better news than you decided to leave the public eye.

Deliver on the promise. Disappear and never be seen again.

Signed,

- Everyone
 
2014-01-26 09:35:38 PM
including a whip, pliers, and whiskey - which they can choose to inflict upon the star in any way they like.
 
Oh, I doubt that...because he wouldn't live past the first two or three visitors.

 
2014-01-26 09:37:58 PM

Gyrfalcon: including a whip, pliers, and whiskey - which they can choose to inflict upon the star in any way they like.

Oh, I doubt that...because he wouldn't live past the first two or three visitors.


Fill your mouth with whiskey, put a lighter in front of your mouth... Human fireball?
 
2014-01-26 09:41:08 PM

NewportBarGuy: Gyrfalcon: including a whip, pliers, and whiskey - which they can choose to inflict upon the star in any way they like.

Oh, I doubt that...because he wouldn't live past the first two or three visitors.

Fill your mouth with whiskey, put a lighter in front of your mouth... Human fireball?


Since I didn't see "blowtorch" listed among the instruments I guess that will do.
 
2014-01-26 09:42:33 PM

DBrandisNC: So what's his excuse for "Kingdom of the Crystal Skull?"


As with everything else, he got to cup the balls of someone famous, so that at least a whiff of fame would rub off.
 
2014-01-26 09:45:02 PM

Rincewind53: I don't get him.

I mean, this alleged piece of performance art is itself a ripoff; been done before by more original people. He knows this. His entire apologies have been one string of ripoffs after another.

What the hell is his point? He has to know that it's not  working as an artistic statement; that everyone is aware that his original sin is still present and still unaccounted for.

They did it in an episode of Malcolm in the Middle.

 
2014-01-26 09:45:17 PM

Shostie: Rincewind53: I don't get him.

I mean, this alleged piece of performance art is itself a ripoff; been done before by more original people. He knows this. His entire apologies have been one string of ripoffs after another.

What the hell is his point? He has to know that it's not  working as an artistic statement; that everyone is aware that his original sin is still present and still unaccounted for.

Honestly, I think it was pretty funny for him to plagiarize his apology for his original plagiarism.


What I've decided is that he now thinks of himself as an Andy Kaufman sort of character, and he's having fun trolling for attention because he knows it's all BS and he's made his money already.

What does he have to lose, aside from wrecking his acting career? Not much. He's savvy enough to know that as long as you're in the press, you have a career.
 
2014-01-26 09:46:21 PM
I feel bad for this kid because he was the GOLDEN child.
Whether or not you liked him, he was involved in some pretty huge things:

I, Robot Reboot
Charlies Angels Reboot
Indiana Jones Reboot
Transformers Reboot
Wall Street Reboot

Ok, well, a lot of reboots.  But he couldn't keep his damn mouth shut.  Now he's a pariah.
 
2014-01-26 09:47:46 PM

LL316: Funny how quickly Hollywood turned on him and yet people like Allen and Polanski are thought of as Gods.  The moral of the story?  Better to have talent and rape little girls than steal someone's idea.


You forgot something a few words.

/NONONONONONONONonononononononononononononononon
 
2014-01-26 09:48:42 PM

Mugato: LL316: Funny how quickly Hollywood turned on him and yet people like Allen and Polanski are thought of as Gods.  The moral of the story?  Better to rape little girls than steal someone's idea.

Actually I think he talked shiat about Spielberg.


I'm trying to think of a more stupid thing to do than that, in terms of ingratitude. Kato Kaelin mouthing off to OJ? No, not quite. Pinnochio giving Gepetto the finger (getting warmer) Hmm. I'll have to think about a "I MADE you you miserable piece of shiat, and don't forget for one second I can cast you down among the sodomites and the depraved preverts at the homeless shelter" type person.
 
2014-01-26 09:51:50 PM
So what happened to that whole "I'm retiring from public life and don't want to be famous anymore" thing? Is he not doing that anymore? That lasted a whole week I think.
 
2014-01-26 09:51:50 PM
i'd rather we kick the Biebs ass
 
2014-01-26 09:54:30 PM
I would not be interested in abusing Shia for his plagarism. It would be better if no one showed at all. Demonstrating to him how little we care.
 
2014-01-26 09:55:10 PM
I'd rather beat the shia out of Snot Labeouf.

//or dance with the cows til you come home
 
2014-01-26 09:55:11 PM
Just farking go away already, you knob.
 
2014-01-26 09:57:44 PM
Maybe, just maybe, he will kill the idea of "performance art."  Because it's usually this idiotic.  He's just taking it to the extra stupid extreme.  At some point the art world is going to have to point at something and say "that's bullshiat" and he's probably pressing the issue.
 
2014-01-26 10:01:01 PM
i1078.photobucket.com
 
2014-01-26 10:09:02 PM
This is mental illness disguised as art. He needs help, and I feel bad for laughing earlier.

He's Amanda Bynes with a different angle.
 
2014-01-26 10:12:13 PM
daniel clowes is a lot more famous now, isn't he? and shia lebouf is in the news more than he would be otherwise. i bet they're in cahoots.
 
2014-01-26 10:13:29 PM
4.bp.blogspot.com

Looks like I'm next
 
2014-01-26 10:14:44 PM
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LaBeef: lick your wounds, get back out there... Hollywood needs you... #INITTOWINIT
 
2014-01-26 10:19:17 PM
i.huffpost.com
 
2014-01-26 10:28:29 PM
The exhibit follows a string of online apologies the actor made after releasing last year a 12-minute short film HowardCantour.com starring Jim Gaffigan, but quickly pulled it after allegations of plagiarism arose.

Can we just shove Hot Pockets up his ass?
 
2014-01-26 10:31:56 PM
Maria Anramovic did this YEARS ago and she allowed guns and FACED her abusers. God, he is plagarising his apology for plagiarism.
 
2014-01-26 10:40:20 PM
On his behalf, it's a tough act to follow, with his winning the US Open as a teenage amateur using a dwarf-like caddy.
 
2014-01-26 10:44:51 PM
cdn-static.denofgeek.com
 
2014-01-26 10:45:01 PM
If this isn't satire, he's the white Kanye West
 
2014-01-26 10:52:28 PM
Now he's stealing GG Allin's shtick, too?
 
2014-01-26 10:56:36 PM
Y'know what would be even better? Completely ignoring him. He gets to sit in a room by himself, alone and ignored.
 
2014-01-26 11:08:05 PM
Put him in a fridge and "nuke" it. Not literally though...just blow it away with a hellfire missile and see if he can walk away from it.
 
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