Sunday, January 23, 2011

We Dare Matt Damon To Prove Us Wrong

It looks like the makers of South Park and Team America were right - Matt Damon is probably too stupid to utter anything but his own name - just not quite that stupid:
Hollywood actor Matt Damon refused to visit psychics to research for his role in new film Hereafter because he thinks they are fake.

The 40-year-old actor, who plays a psychic who can see dead people in the film, refrained from going to any real life mystics for the fear of falling prey to such pretentious people, reported Contactmusic.

"Had I found a good one I would have. What I was worried about was that it was just going to take me down this rabbit hole of charlatans.

"I think a large part of that space is occupied by pretenders, which is not to say there aren't people out there who are genuinely touched in some way. I just didn't get a chance to meet any of them," the Goodwill Hunting star said.
So you only think "a large part of that space" are frauds, but there are some "who are genuinely touched" in some way - other than in the head? Well then, please, Matt, point one - just one - out to us! Surely, if you think there are real ones out there, you ought to know the name of one, currently or from history, correct? Who then? We'd bet you the salary for one of your films that you couldn't produce even that one. Which means they're ALL fake, genius.

But then, after hearing your comments on Sarah Palin, something tells us the words "Matt Damon" and "think" being used in the same sentence is already some form of intellectual blasphemy all by itself.


  1. You need to develop your ability to comprehend words of conciliation and intellectual humility.

    Once you have done that, go back and re-read that Damon quote you posted.

    You really shouldn't be so quick to call other people stupid.

    Here's some free advice. Next time you feel the urge to say that someone else is stupid, ask yourself a question. "If I'm so smart, why aren't I rich?"

  2. If you think having money equals being smart, you're stupid.

  3. I don't think that, at all.

    Neither do I call other people stupid.

  4. Then, homie, you're in the wrong place:

    The "new civility" does not exist here.