Alec Baldwin Pulls a LaBeouf, Quits Public Life


Alec Baldwin announced what we already knew in an essay called “I Give Up.” He’s sick of being famous, hates the media and doesn’t understand why he keeps getting called a homophobe.

The three paragraphs about Shia LaBeouf, who, according to Baldwin, behaved like an insolent twat on the set of the Broadway play Orphans, are an obvious highlight.

He describes LaBeouf as a sulky, impatient little boy who “loves to argue.”  Continue reading “Alec Baldwin Pulls a LaBeouf, Quits Public Life”

R.E.M. Call It Quits After 31 Years

The Georgia-natives famous for lyrically-grim musical eccentricity, on songs like “Losing My Religion,” and “Bang And Blame,”  have broken up.

The announcement comes 15 albums, countless singles and 31 years later since their formation is 1979.

Frontman/humanitarian Michael Stipe revealed that there was no “disharmony” on their official website today,

“A wise man once said – ‘the skill in attending a party is knowing when it’s time to leave.’ We built something extraordinary together. We did this thing. And now we’re going to walk away from it…”

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