Saturday, June 9, 2018


h/t The People's Cube

Only actresses are smart enough to have guns, and carry two mutually
exclusive ideas in their heads simultaneously.

As proof of how low the bar for obtaining a lit degree from Yale magna cum laude had fallen by the mid-1980s, the latest idiocy from brain-dead liberal actress (but I repeat myself) Jodie Fostard Foster, trying desperately to deflect any attention from her upcoming movie, which apparently is in the running to sweep the Razzies next year, before it's even released:
(HOLLYWEIRD -WHERE INTELLIGENCE GOES TO DIE)“I have a thousand opinions, and I certainly give money and do a lot of things behind the scenes, but it’s not my personality to believe that celebrities have the expertise to try to influence other people’s ideas or their feelings, politically,” said Foster.
IOW, actors should STFU about their political opinions, not being bright enough to be listened to, a perfectly reasonable opinion, shared with about 250M Americans living between I-5 and I-95, and held by them pretty much 24/7/365 since about 1965.

But then the batteries in her IQ died, and she burped out this total non-sequitir regarding people having guns: 
“I had a lot of thoughts in terms of the power of the instrument and why it’s so problematic that human beings should have an instrument of death at their fingertips so freely when we are emotional human beings. I mean, I’d be much more comfortable having robots have them, but we are designed to have emotions that overflow and that are not guided by our heads … To have sentient beings that are completely and entirely guided by their emotions have the power to administer life or death using one kilowatt of energy in a nanosecond is just unfathomable with me,” said Foster.
Genius, right there, Bimbozo!

Robots with guns?
What could possibly go wrong??

So far, Uber has already racked up a body count just giving robots just cars, FFS.
Now Bimbozo wants to give them guns?!?

People who understand robotics understand robots aren't "smart" at all, they just do what they're told. So how's about we start them out in jobs that don't require any intelligence, just the ability to follow directions?

You know, like...acting.

(Yes, I went there. Because, hey, those fish in the barrel weren't gonna shoot themselves.)


Angantyr said...

Typical dumbass woman who hates guns. I made up a meme that talks to that sort of stupid:

Jim Scrummy said...

Soooo, a degree from Yale these days has the value of emergency toilet paper? Glad I got me edumacashun from State U... That dreck of a word salad counts for "high intellect"? No wonder I stopped going to the movies.

Phil said...

I was going to tear into her too but that fruit is hanging so low that I would have to dig it up.

Anonymous said...

Brilliant take down of another far left hollywierd loon who has nothing useful to say other guns = bad while the industry; and Jody and Damon and Kookie Clooney and many others in anti-gun hollyweird, have made a substantial living off of guns in movies since time immemorial. When hollyweird gives up guns in movies, I might be inclined to listen, but I doubt it. Who in their right mind gives credence to another just because they're and think that being rich gives them license to spread their bullshit opinions.


robins111 said...

My response when one of these celebrities starts mouthing off is... Shut your yap, and get back to juggling or whatever you do to entertain us..

waepnedmann said...

"Shut up and dance, monkey."

idahobob said...

Poor Jodie, delusional dyke.

RSR said...

Robots can outsmart humans to make us SLAVES before complete extinction – expert warns
ROBOTS could be capable of outsmarting humans and even taking over the world we live in, an artificial intelligence researcher has chillingly warned.

Article is a bit Matric, Wall-E, and Terminator...

Aesop said...

Robots do what they're programmed to do.

Anything beyond that is farcical fantasy.

Try out a voice recognition software program, and tell me how AI works out for you in real life.

Try to remember that prior to computers, no one ran a help desk hotline. Ever. That's everything you need to know about technology for the last 50 years, in one lesson.

People worried about actual robot overlords outside the context of science fiction are, by and large, pure morons.