I don't think she particularly hates Jews... she just hates people in general, but that's another story ;D
I meant in my post that she used the term "Jews" then corrected herself by writting "Jewish people" instead....
Anyway who cares... we all know that the stupid Academy Awards, and pretty much all other awards shows are bullshit.... most of the winners win because they kiss the most ass.... not because they were the best at what they do....
I do like the Independent Spirits Awards tho... most times they do rewards talent over hype <3
so... If you were gay, Jewish, and Japanese, you could rule the industry?
Will Mary Kate accept the award for Heath? Will a bottle of pills fall out of her pocket onstage? Does Mary Kate have a hyphen?
and M.I.A, is nominated too
,you go ,girl!
M.I.A. Responds to Oscar Nod: “I Can Afford to Book Dave Chappelle at the Baby Shower Now”
Yesterday’s Oscar-nomination news brought disappointment to legions of Bruce Springsteen fans expecting the Jersey legend to score a nod for “The Wrestler.” But it made one pregnant Sri Lankan MC who resides in Brooklyn pretty damn happy:
“This is a great honor. Thank you to all the people who are supporting us and the making of a real story of a slumdog millionaire,” M.I.A. says. “Maybe I can afford to book Dave Chappelle at the baby shower now. Thank you again; My mum wants everyone to know what wonderful news this is for her.”
M.I.A. is due to give birth the night of the Grammys (February 8th), which means she could possibly make it to the Oscars on February 22nd in Los Angeles to perform “O… Saya,” the song she and Slumdog Millionaire score composer A.R. Rahman wrote for the Danny Boyle-directed film. M.I.A. is up for Record of the Year at the annual music awards, where she’ll face off against Coldplay, Robert Plant & Alison Krauss, Leona Lewis, and Adele. Slumdog is also up for Best Picture, Best Director and Best Score, and even Rolling Stone movie critic Peter Travers (who is pissed about many of the nominations) gives the film’s nods the thumbs up.
Last year’s Best Song trophy went to Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova for “Falling Slowly” from Once. That track was up against three song from the fairytale flick Enchanted and “Raise It Up” from August Rush. This year the rules changed, so only two songs from any film could receive nominations.
Morrissey asked my cousin where he was from. He answered Compton, which to Morrissey replied"Oh, so you're straight outta Compton aye?"[QUOTE from Ready With Ready-Wit;830350]
Ich weiss nicht, zu wem ich gehöre-ich glaub ich gehör`nur mir ganz allein"(I dont know to whom I belong to,I think I only belong to myself)Friedrich Holländer-1932-
Lifeguard, save me from life,cause it's the only life I'll ever have. Moz
"Mein Kopf ist ein Labyrinth,mein Leben ist ein Minenfeld"
[QUOTE=Oh my god, it's Robby!;1069388]this whole qp & the jews things has me
the best song about racism ever is:
Avenue Q!!!!! I went to London to watch this a couple of years ago...loved it!!!
I hope they have AMY WINEHOUSE as a presenter this year...
these fucking award shows have become boring and stale.... the fact that The Dark Knight wasn't nominated for Best Pic will decrease vieweship of the telecast by at least 5-10million..... then the unfunny/fuglyass host will decresed viewership by another 10million.........