I used to like to make fun of Alec Baldwin’s fat face. I’d been a fat face myself and basically going for real food corrected that. Made fun of him and Val Kilmer vs. me in 2009. I juxtaposed that with Russel Crowe’s ability to get hot for the ladies in 2010.
But dammit, Alec Baldwin has kicked me right in the teeth and I couldn’t be happier about that. Fucking-A-Good for him, wherever he lives. :) Just an aside. I’ve called Baldwin a fucking commie for years, but what’s important about that really, is that I bothered. Get it? I’m an anarchist, he’s a commie who advocates all sorts of social engineering to enforce his values on others via voting, guns, fines, seizures, jail. Moreover, now that he’s lost significant fat himself loosely following the real foodish plan that works the best for all, then he knows he’s on the right track in enforcing it on others, right?
So it’s a self reinforcing and perpetuating deal. …”See, I’m right!” Examining his professionalism in film and his quick wit in political discourse—used to see him on Maher’s Politically Incorrect back in the day—doesn’t really signal his state of mind on any given day. But his weight loss is a material sign that he changes his mind about stuff. I submit to you that this is the most critical virtue to know and acknowledge about other people.
So, is he only a half-commie, now?
I dunno. But I love his radio show, Here’s The Thing. I guess it may have just been picked up recently by the local NPR affiliate, KQED, in San Francisco, but I’ve caught it maybe a half dozen times in the car on a weekend and just like with Terry Gross, I’m typically captivated. It’s just a thing with me and I doubt I could even come close to explaining why these two interviewers so strike a cord in me. Perhaps they’re taking varying views and talents and largely letting us decide what we think, all wrapped in a style and production value that keeps me listening either way. But, I don’t really know. I just listen when I can, in the car.
…About the calls for a “national sugar policy.” I’ve kinda lafed at some “Paleo Voters” over the years who’ve been on Lustig for that. So what? If you vote or advocate democratic government, you’re advocating that your values get imposed on others who didn’t win the 50-50 deal. Which values to be imposed are immaterial to me. Actually, I’d love to see the federal government immediately outlaw sugar and establish SWAT teams to break down doors to get at it. Why? Certainly not because I don’t think you have a right to eat as much sugar as you want, but perhaps it would school your pathetic ignorant asses into understanding that government is force, sold to the highest bidder.
Outbid the sugar lobby, and you’ll have your ban on sugar, enforced by G. I. Joe Wannabes.