DatOne posted a comment · Jan 12, 2020
Good piece here, Dr. Brown. All in all, it was their fans across the world that gives them the power they have. As far as them being moral icons, nothing could be farther from the truth. Fans know their favorite actor and actress have faults just like everyone else. What makes the difference is being able to admit it. Some do, a lot don't. But in a business where "Image" is all, the moral portion of the person inside them is completely vanquished for the idol of fame. While they can still decided differently, they are still caught in their own prisons of stardom. What's left to do? Impose your "own" morality, something that merely has no worth or substance since it is no greater than themselves and not calling on a higher power, it is doomed to failure. It is the reason we see their lives in broken states over and over again. The Harry W.s of Hollywood are only brought to light when the shroud of darkness can no longer extinguish the light that eventually exposes them. May God have mercy on their souls.
Kenneth Greifer posted a comment · Jan 08, 2020
Now that so many religious people in America have abandoned their beliefs in treating people with love, kindness, and even mercy, because they believe that illegal and legal immigrants and asylum seekers should be locked up in over-crowded jails and their kids taken away, and even deported without their kids, I don't believe that religious people know anything about morals. These religious people have made Hollywood stars look like the most moral people on earth compared to their cruel cold hearts.
Skeptic posted a comment · Jan 08, 2020
Since you seem to like Ricky so much, why don't you check out his videos about the Bible? They are as eye opening funny as his speech at the GG's! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h6omFJhKr6o
Swkh310 posted a comment · Jan 07, 2020
Who made clergy moral authorities?