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Celebrity Death List 2011

We’ve just started off a brand new year and that has many wondering which of their favorite celebrities won’t make it through. Charlie Sheen is the name on everyone’s lips, but that’s unlikely. It would just be too simple and straightforward. Other favorite death listers are the perennials, like Liz Taylor and Zsa Zsa Gabor. I suspect that those ladies will live to make next year’s celebrity death list.

Remember when predicting celebs deaths, as in predicting anything; it’s the one you least suspected but should’ve seen coming all along. The ones you expect to go seldom do (people have been waiting for Keith Richards to kick off since the 70’s, but he outlived John Denver), as a watched pot never boils.

Since no one’s called Oprah I’m gonna pick her – with years of obesity, yo yo dieting, and esteem issues; she’s overdue for something (like a date with that big cheeseburger in the sky). Since addictions seldom occur in isolation – if your addicted to something you’ll probably have other addictions, Oprah may have some discreet substance use issues that have been kept under wraps (pills probably). If half of what she’s said about herself is true then it would be surprising if she didn’t.

Also she’s pushing herself extra hard lately too, getting OWN up and running. Also Kirstie Alley, or anyone else on the National Enquirer’s tabloid death list.

Strangely, though Oprah is morbidly obese, no one is staging an intervention to get her into ‘food rehab’. That might be due to the fact that Oprah knows how to (bullshit) handle people: get celebs to perform on demand for them, give them free cars, and tell them that they have super powers in the form of ‘untapped potential’. Think of her as Santa Claus in drag. America has been waiting for her for a very long time. What will they do without her?

call it “They’ll miss me when I’m gone”

Remember also that celeb deaths do come in threes. This is partially due to the fact that when one goes others have to follow, since a celeb can’t bear anyone else to get that kind of attention, even if it means being the stiff at their own funeral.

That kind of attention” means “talked about to the exclusion of everything else”. It’s every celebs secret wet dream – and it makes them feel insignificant when some one else gets it – so Angelina Jolie is probably not only on the launch pad, but her count down may have started. You can only pull that adoption stunt so many times. If she kicks off she’ll go down bigger than Marylin Munroe! Especially if she can pull it off in a mysterious and controversial way! Let’s put it this way – if she books a flight to Egypt and throws herself under a tank in the name of whatever, then she’ll have it made in the shade.

If Angie goes, a couple of others will be obliged to follow, like Madonna or any one else who adopted on the heels of Jolie. Madge has been withering away ever since Lady Gaga beat her at her own game, so she could use an excuse. Death is practically the only major career move she has left, like Michael Jackson; since even fucking a guy named “Jesus” isn’t enough to keep her relevant these days. Plus she has that history of abusing her body by pushing herself to extremes. So she probably has developed a few health issues by now.

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Murphy’s Law: What ever happened to Jim Corr

goosing loose ends

Back in the early 90’s the Irish pop group the Corrs picked up a whole lot of international attention with their smooth light pop stylistics. The group had some real success and then went their separate ways. The sisters went on to marry and quarrel amongst themselves. That left brother Jim at loose ends. Now it is sort of an unwritten law of the universe that when some one is at loose ends something is gonna come along to fill that void. In Jim’s case it’s an avid and active interest in conspiracy theories.

It’s life Jim, but not as we know it

What sort of theories is Jim interested in? Well you know the usual stuff – the Royal Family are shape shifting reptilians, air port security is a plot to render the American male impotent, the financial crash was engineered by the Rothschilds, and oh yeah – 911 was an inside job. Here’s a little video that just recently surfaced on the Irish Central website. It features Jim defending his beliefs against some glibly dismissive assholes.

Now I know that looks bad but wait – it gets worse (getting worse is an inviolable law of the universe. Cynics call it “Murphy’s Law” but physicists know it better as the 2nd law of thermodynamics. IN practical terms it means that things fall apart because it’s thte tendency of things to do so.). Jim had this to say about the usual suspects and the usual subjects.


Saying that Jim finally found a way to take the attention away from his beautiful sisters would be cheap shot – so naturally most people are gonna do that. I feel that Jim isn’t really to blame for whatever ideas have found their way into his head. I think that the blame goes directly to George W Bush. I mean his two term presidency was an unmitigated disaster; that saw the tide run out on the USA, and inflamed the market for conspiracies theories to the point that Alex Jones reputedly has a small shrine dedicated to W in his home and makes daily thanks offering to it.

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So that had people who’s brains weren’t completely numbed with denial asking “what the fuck actually happened in the past 8 years?” It’s a fair question. During the Bill Clinton Era America ruled the roost. When the President said “jump” foreign leaders said “how high?” (nowadays they simply guide the President to the nearest ledge and say “you first“). The economy was in overdrive to the point that any Forrest Gump type numskull could make it rich if he wasn’t too honest and knew how to bend the rules. Now middle class Americans have to ask for govt stimulus packages so that they can avoid the indignity of buying smaller cars and flipping burgers to make ends meet.

Who spiked the Punch? Optimism is seeing the glass as half full; paranoia is asking what it’s full of!

So what went wrong? The inevitable conclusion seems to be, as usual with pro politicians, that Bush was either dishonest or incompetent. Jim Corr has given W the benefit of the doubt and decided he’s dishonest, rather than a fucking moron. While that may be the flaw in his conspiracy theory, you do have to empathize. The alternative is that a majority of the American public voted a moron into the Presidency – for a second term if not a first. That would be enough to undermine a sensible person’s faith in human nature ( a really sensible person has already lost that). So you can’t blame Jim for wanting to give just plain people, as well as W, the benefit of the doubt. Jim CorrI salute your crazy optimism!


Jim Corr talks conspiracies

Before you dismiss anything as ‘just a conspiracy theory’ ask yourself, “wasn’t what happened in the Catholic Church, regarding child sexual abuse, a conspiracy?” So you already know that conspiracies happen.

What’s most interesting about this segment is that the audience member who interrogates Mr Corr doesn’t seem like some one who just happened to be there. In fact he mentioned he’d spent many days on Corr’s website before showing up. He takes an antagonistic stance towards Corr. Also his arguments are disingenuous – for instance he defends the official 911 conclusions by referring to a 10 000 page report (National Institute of Standard & Technology), which he calls a master piece of scientific research, but without giving any details. “Take my word for it – the experts agree with me!”When Jim goes on to reference thermite in the crash zone, even giving specific references to experts named by name, the audience member accuses him of trying to “blind people with science“.

“against the man”

Another disingenuous argument was the anti Semitic accusation. Jim never said anything against Jews, but the Moussad. Now if you criticism the CIA are you automatically anti American? So the guy was using some pretty shifty arguments. In fact he probably knew that leveling a racism accusation would help discredit Corr, and turn the audience against him. It was ad hominem name calling.

“So who has an ax to grind?”

The audience member seemed like he was trying to put Corr on the defensive, and even push his buttons to get a reaction. Of course saying that the fellow was some kind of (witting or unwitting) disinformation agent would be paranoid. Let’s just say that he looks, acts, and quacks like a duck. He was certainly playing shitty little games with a subject Jim Corr actually took seriously.

PS Interestingly the fellow challenges JC by saying “You say we didn’t see what we thought we saw“. So it’s (unintentionally) a qualified statement. He doesn’t say “we saw what we saw” but “we thought we saw“. Hope some Freudian slip didn’t blow his routine.

Note: These guys (Disinformation agents) will always try to put you on the defensive – often using some pretty dishonest routines (you know, the old “have you stopped beating your wife? – Yes or no!” angle). One way of dealing with them is to turn the tables and put them on the defensive, example “you seem awfully well informed for an American skeptic who just coincidentally happens to be in Ireland and researching my website“. These guys crave credibility because they see it as a medium of influence/control. So they’ll often turn themselves inside out to get it or preserve it. The more you put them on the defensive the more they give away. Also remember that their approach is tactical rather than strategic; that means it’s based on a bags of tricks instead of an awareness.

One person who wouldn’t glibly dismiss Jim Corr, but in fact would heartily agree with him, is Toronto’s Gary Bell – the host of 640 AM’s The View From Space. Here’s his latest broadcast.
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