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House, Nick Jonas & DVTV Crap

Posted by ridor9th on April 29, 2009

Golly, I saw House MD on Fox TV last Monday.  God, it was awful show.  The one-hour long program was such a torture!  Heck, the Army can use it as a tool to torture Talibans out in Pakistan these days!

The actor that acted as the Deaf wrestler — what is his name?!  He reminded me of Matt Damon and he’s fucking cute!  I know, I know he’s probably straight but who cares?  I just wanted to know his name!

As for the doctor who ordered his staff to borgize the deaf wrestler when the deaf wrestler made it clear that he does not want the implants in the first place was appalling and terrifying.

And god!  The fucking writers used the deaf patient’s mother to interpret!  What the fuck were the fucking writers thinking about?!

These writers should be exterminated at once!

And in the end, the mother literally forced her son to accept the implants.

After all, the tale ends with him being assimilated.  Just like the Borg Queen insisted all along.

Oh, guess what?  Last night, I had a bizarre dream but it was pretty good one, though — ever heard of Jonas Brothers?  I frequently see them on PerezHilton.com and Disney Channel — I’m not a fan of Jonas Brothers mainly because I don’t give a shit about music, really.  But I admitted that I have an eye candy — I do enjoy looking at people — especially if they’re attractive.

I cringe at the boys below 21 — mainly because they have so much to learn to reach the level where I am right now.  So often I’d dismiss the ones below 21 — they literally waste my time.

But I always thought Nick Jonas is attractive.

Then for the first time in a long time, I had Nick Jonas in my dream.  He and I had a date where we went out to dine at a local pizzeria just to chat.  And in my dream, I was surprised to see Nick conversing in ASL.   We talked about things in life and bullshit like that.

Then someone woke me up at that point.  I started to wonder about Nick Jonas’ age so I googled it — he’s 16!  Ack!  Get out of here!

But the best part?  I wondered why Nick signed to me in my dream.  After reading Nick Jonas’ background — I was stunned to learn that his mother was a former sign language teacher in Dallas.

Oy!

Oh, yeah, I have twitter account.  Find me over there if you dare.

On other hand, the drama continues on DVTV — Tayler Mayer must be proud of himself for allowing the pea-brained fool in Barry Sewell to attack, bash and twist people’s comments on DVTV.  But at least there is something good out of this — more and more people are starting to see the true colors of Barry Sewell and his cohorts.

Oh, gawd.  Don’t get me started on this about HarleyLady or whatever her name is.  She is practically ordering others to submit to her whims.  HarleyLady, here’s a quick fact:  You’re hideous thing to look at on DVTV!

Cheers,

R-

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I’ll Scream Later

Posted by ridor9th on April 24, 2009

I went to a local bookstore to skim the latest book by Marlee matlin.  No, I did not buy the book but yes, I finished reading it in 2 hours at the bookstore.

Boy, Matlin is one big drama queen.  I enjoyed it thoroughly.

Among some interesting information:

She was molested by a neighborhood female babysitter.  Female! She was taken advantage by a teacher at a local high school who also cheated on his wife as well.

William Hurt and she frequently engaged in physical confrontations — that was one lame-assed and tiresome tale throughout the book.  I’m like, “Just.  Fucking.  Dump.  Him.  Already!”

Just like Deaf people needs to dump the fucktard Barry Sewell.

I’m surprised that Marlee Matlin chose not to mention the birthday fiasco caused by Terrylene whom barged in Matlin’s surprise party to blast her for not inviting her in the first place.  Actually, it was Ken Elks who organized the party but he neglected to include Terrylene who in the process blamed Matlin.  This is one of several infamous rumors in Los Angeles that I heard of.

I thought Marlee was an outstanding actress from day one.  So when William Hurt took a swipe at her that she needs to go to NYU to study in acting few hours after she won the Oscars.  Ouch!  That was pathetic of Hurt to do that.

Yes, it is true that I absolutely hated Matlin’s selection of a dress which she wore to pick up the Best Actress Award — it was hideous and she eventually landed on the Worst Dressed List.  Next time, dump the glasses, Marlee!

It was quite touching to read about Marlee’s relationship with Henry Winkler.  It appears that Henry kinda became Marlee’s surrogate father when she lived in Los Angeles.  The sight of him tumbling down the stairs in his underwear must be something else to see!  Lucky her.

Did you know that when Marlee and Richard Dean Anderson chatted, he asked her to sit with him under the dining table, just to chat with her?!  That’s pretty unique and cool, is it?!

The book is truly charming.  But there is always buts, right?

For years, I always felt that Marlee’s so-called best friend, manager and interpreter, Jack Jason, himself CODA has manipulated, controlled and steered Marlee’s life around the world.  There was something about Jack Jason that my guts was warning me from day one.  For years, my guts said that Jack Jason is not exactly the professional interpreter — he’s in to control her life completely.

After reading the book, I’m convinced that yes, Jack Jason is controlling Marlee from day one.  My guts said that Jack Jason has supplied Marlee with one-sided view of things within Hollywood and Deaf Community.  And after reading the book, it was confirmed.

You know how it goes with the CODAs, they tend to take over and control the situations out of their bad habits with their parents and it was evident that Marlee gathered the majority of information about Deaf people through Jack Jason.

What Marlee needs to do is to phase Jack Jason out of her life or minimize Jack’s manipulations, at least.

Oh, when Marlee was interviewed on CBS’ Early Morning or whatever — did you see this African-American anchorwoman telling Jack Jason that Marlee does not need to know about what she said to the viewers regarding the next topic when they shall cover after returning from the commercials?  Robin Roberts, the African-American anchorwoman, was telling Jack Jason that Marlee does not need to know what she was going to speak to the viewers about the next segment!  Don’t you get it, folks?

I’m surprised that Marlee did not get offend by that and there was no uproar from Deaf people all over the country about what this anchorwoman said to Marlee.

I guess, we were too busy watching Barry Sewell attacking Ella Mae Lentz repeatedly, eh?

Shameful.

Cheers,

R-

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What of Luke Adams?

Posted by ridor9th on April 21, 2009

I’m not a fan of The Amazing Race. Once in a while, whenever I get bored, I watch it.  But since it comes at the same time with The Family Guy — I tend to watch the Griffiths over The Amazing Race.

Since Gay Boy Ritchie has disappeared off the map from BRAVO’s Janice Dickinson’s Modelling Agency and Marlee Matlin is promoting her book, I’ll Scream Later — having Deaf people on tube is still scarce these days.  So it was refreshing to see Luke Adams and Margaret Adams competing on a reality-based TV show, The Amazing Race.

Luke is Deaf and graduated from Colorado School for the Deaf and the Blind in Colorado Springs, Colorado — Colorado Springs is the hotbed of religious fanaticism, just take a good look at Ted Haggard and James Dobson, really but I digress.

Luke’s mother, Margaret Adams, is hearing.  She really cannot sign very well.  But she basically signs and voice at the same time which made me cringe to no end.

Luke expresses his desire to be a “role model” for others which I disagreed.  He is not even a good role model to start with, really.  He’s one incredibly spoiled brat on the show but he’s one of the most entertaining and competitive person on the show.

The Amazing Race has challenges and obstacles which each group gets to complete the tasks — sometimes, there are options where you use it to your advantages by derailing other contestants.  I was informed that in the last four seasons, no groups has used the blind u-turn trick on others.  No one did until Luke did.  Luke-Margie (Some coined them as Lu-gie, though, on some message boards!) was the first group that used the blind u-turn trick which derailed another group into being eliminated.

My reaction?  Good for Luke and Margie — they are not in to make friends.  They are in to win $1,000,000.00!  Use your fucking common sense!!  There is no time to befriend and pant like a dog — it is dog eat dog world!

However, there are scenes where Luke tricked others by saying that a gorilla was signing — prompted the hearing contestants trying to figure out what the gorilla was trying to say.  It was so funny.  Not only that, there was a scene in Episode 9 which Luke and an African-American contestant, Jen collided at the clue box.  Jen attempted to push her hands over Luke’s left shoulder which prompted Luke to elbow her to give him space.

Jen backed off but she signed, “Bitch!” at Luke which surprised me completely.

That bitch is appalling, is it?  Luke apparently did not see what Jen said but Margie told Luke in the car that Jen was signing the word.  Needless to say, Luke was incensed.

Lakisha & Jen conspired to piss Luke off and to make him look bad in front of everyone else on CBS and they managed to do that nicely as there was another clue box which Luke crashed into Jen’s back and it was so dramatic.

Later, the Host of The Amazing Race, Phil tried to sort the physical confrontation between Lakisha/Jen & Luke/Margie — When Jen spoke her side of the story, Luke listened.  When Luke started to sign, Jen snickered — it was obvious that this bitch was sneering at Luke all along which prompted Luke to walk away and signed, “You bitch!” at Jen/Lakisha.

Luke is right — Jen and Lakisha are bitches.

The preview of the Episode 10 appears to show that Jen & Lakisha may be eliminated because there is an obstacle that requires them to swim — and one of these bitches are deathly terrified of water.

I hope they get eliminated in the next episode — or better yet, I hope they drown!

However, it is distressing to note that there are many threads on CBS.com’s The Amazing Race message boards which was created against Luke Adams.  They called him spoiled, immature, childish, evil, sinister, slut to name few.  It is quite amazing.

And Luke still wants to be a role model?  Nah, I don’t think so, honey!

But the positive thing about Lu-gie is that I wanted them to win $1 million.  I still wanted them to win.  There are only 4 groups left and Lu-gie are still in it.

What do you think of Luke, Margie and the whole fiasco on The Amazing Race?  I hate to say that this show is much better than CBS’ Survivor which one Deaf contestant, Christy Smith, appeared briefly.

R-

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Oops! Sorry About It!

Posted by ridor9th on April 14, 2009

I know.  I know.  I basically lost the interest in doing blogging these days.  One has to look at how Deaf people deals with each other … I simply had no desire to deal with crap like that.

But first things first.

I’m back.  And I shall blog … on my own accord.  I’m not going to appease anyone else in particular.

Let it be told:  I also blog on twitter and blogspot as well.  Why?  Because I want to diversify my thoughts.  I don’t want to limit myself like many Deaf bloggers/vloggers out there.  One has to look at Deafread and Deafvideo.tv to get the gist of what I am trying to convey.

Cheers,

R-

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