May 11, 2007

Cameron Diaz is Learning Impaired

Seriously, how else to explain the inane and dumbass comments that continue to come out of her mouth? (On a related note, I used to work with a lady who went to high school with Cameron in Long Beach. She said Cameron was a total asshole in high school - - so I can see that asshole wasn't a phase for Cameron, but rather encrypted in her DNA.)
While promoting Shrek 3, Cam was quoted as saying:

"The last couple of years were hell. Like, I can't even tell you, it was so
hard. I didn't know how to handle it. But I think I'm in a much better place
now, because I stepped away for a second and took a breath. Hollywood is a funny
place. It offers so much, but it can also take a lot away from you."

So what was hard? Dating Justin Timberlake? Well, maybe that was understandable. But it's mighty hard to sympathize with someone who's getting paid millions of dollars for pretending to be someone on film.

"If a woman who's a successful actress weighs 300 pounds and has warts,
nobody ever asks her, 'Do you think you made it because you're ugly?' So why
should there be prejudice against someone who's had some success in films and
looks a little better than average. It's all in my genes, so don't hold it
against me."

I guess stupid is as stupid does is pretty fitting here. How big is her head anyway? Is there something in the water in Hollywood? I've never considered her all that particularly attractive, but reading comments like "don't hate me because I'm beautiful" make me think that either her eyes need to be checked or mine do.
But how perfect of a match would she be with The Little General? Her self-importance is only matched by that of Scientology's Mini-Messiah. Cameron has it so hard because she's been the victim of beauty prejudice. And it's not her fault that she's so amazingly beautiful. But she's come out better for it, because she "stepped away". (When was that exactly because I rejoice whenever I'm not subjected to this idiot and I don't recall celebrating any such days). Captain Scientology maybe used to have dyslexia, maybe didn't. If he did, Scientology cured him. It also enabled him to a better career, an ability to keep from being infected by the common cold and cure people of heroin addictions in three days. It also apparently taught him the history of psychiatry, glibness and probably introduced him to a lot of virile pool boys. But I digress.
Cam and Captain Scientology. Now that's a match in gossip heaven.

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