Burn down the disco
i dont know, who said he was brutish and callous? he seems to be a lovely, shy man. i will concede that it was probably infuriating to be married to him, with his drug and alcohol problems. a young girl doesnt want to marry someone and find out that that hes all old and used up and set in his ways and that a new life and new love isnt enough to wrench him out of his drug addled state. ive often thought i might've acting the same as her with the rages and abuse--just not the manipulation. that is, i probably wouldve been a jerk to him out of frustration, but unlike amber i wouldve known i was being a jerk and felt bad about it afterwards, since, after all, im not a narcissist.
Johnny Depp likes Hunter S. Thompson, and that’s typically a “tell” of your common bro. But I’d say it was confirmed by his texts to Paul Bettany. That was one of the more disappointing aspects of the Amber Heard trial for me: learning that Paul Bettany was friends with Johnny Depp. Add that to his continued involvement with comic book movies, and he’s no good anymore. I liked him in his early days. It was rumored that he was a misotheistic lapsed Catholic due to the untimely death of his brother, and that he purposely sought roles in films that were hostile to the Church. Turns out he’s just another bro.
I think if Johnny Depp was a lovely person, he wouldn’t have taken that undignified recurring role in that series of awful pirate movies. It’s like Paul Bettany with that “Marvel Universe” junk. Shows their colors.
yep, that's basically my novel, right there. shall i put you down for an advanced copy?!?!
Yes, please. When I first read some of your posts about this novel, I thought it might be a chimera or a clever ruse, but eventually I changed my mind. I think it’s real, and I’m intrigued.