Just when the wretched winch of Seattle falls below headlines she propels herself back atop with rants, rages, accusations, and bad hair! Yep, she’s done it again. Dave Grohl has found himself in the sights of Love’s fantasy world rant by accusing him of “hitting on her daughter” (Frances Cobain). Courtney has tweeted in regards to her mental capacity and her rancid belief. Still just as delusional as … well … was she ever really non-delusional?
Her daughter Frances has entered the fray on this one and has expressed her disappointment in her biological mother by stating that Dave has never approached her in “that” way. Their relationship is purely “platonic” and she is already in a very happy committed relationship. Dave has also responded to Courtney in his obviously much more logical and rational tone (as much as can be derived from text on twitter anyway) by saying, “These accusations are upsetting, offensive, and absolutely untrue.” … I don’t know about you, but I believe Dave! Courtney’s reputation isn’t exactly sparkling with morally and ethically sound decisions … and yes … that’s me judging her based on her past decisions (see my blog on Katy Perry & Fast Friends).
It probably doesn’t surprise anyone that Courtney’s relationship with her daughter has been quiet strained over the years. Which anyone could have foreseen as inevitable as a child grows up to realize that their parenting figure is a pill-popping, irrational, social tramp that spent more time in the headlines and even more time being “high” than actually being a mother … but, I digress!
Courtney, here’s to you making a complete ass of yourself in the national media, once again solidifying your place in the world as “The Most Disturbed Individual on the Planet”.
… and Dave … well … here’s to you man! Keep’a Rockin’ !!
When it comes to friends Katy Perry has standards. “Music-News” caught up with Katy Perry as she was promoting her re-release of “Teenage Dream: The Complete Confection”. She stated how she really enjoys traveling with her friends and how important it is to have good friends around. However, she cautions on the “Fast-Friend” approach that others seem to gravitate toward, and stated that her friends have to “Prove themselves”.
So what’s your take on the friend proof?
Personally I tend to agree and lean well to this side of friend ideology. Not that I have an obstacle course of physical and mental challenges that separate friends from acquaintances, but I am slow to open up to new people. I’m often accused of being too quiet when I’m around new people and … to a degree I would agree with that. I am quiet, but that is only because I tend to listen and observe people, kind of a ….. hands on research role if you will. I like the Jackie Chan quote in Rush Hour when he said “I just listen so I can find out how full of shit you really are.” LOL … love that line.
In some instances in life I do think that people are far to trusting of new comers and this leads them to hang out with people that may not have a significant weight of morals and ethics in their decision making. This leads to bad choices and when you’re a little too trusting you get caught up in those bad choices.
So, in conclusion. I’d say don’t be too judgemental of other people, but do be patient and somewhat picky. You may be labeled as a “stuck up”, but at least your not labeled as a “dumbass”!