The Life & Times of an Auteur.

Commentary on Pop Culture, and maybe creating some of my own.

Sunday, May 9, 2010

Stephen Baldwin...

With your indulgences, I'd like to get serious for a moment. And by serious, let's talk about the least talented Baldwin brother, shall we?



I did some research, apparently Stephen here bought a nice, big Victorian house in Arizona, loves the house, but renovating and restoring it are more expensive than he thought it would be. Also, according to IMDB, Stephen has six movies in development.

And they're comparing him to Job. They're saying he's been blacklisted because of his Christian faith. Have any of the following been blacklisted?

Kirk Cameron
Robert Duvall
Olivia Newton-John
Gavin McLeod
John Schneider
Paul Walker
Andy Griffith
Steve McQueen
Lisa Whelchel
Miley Cyrus
Jonas Brothers

Nope, I don't think so. And Robert Duvall kicks ass!

Maybe, Stephen Baldwin just sucks? He's a third-rate actor with no discernible fanbase. So they're creating this website portraying him as an oppressed "man of God" so that a bunch of sheep. I say donate to Haiti before Stephen Baldwin, but maybe I'm wrong.

I'd say God is more of an Alec Baldwin fan. Alec is doing pretty well. Hmm, why doesn't Stephen ask Billy or Alec for money? Could it be because they want nothing to do with him?

Now, I'm sure some of you would say it's hypocritical of me to say that God prefers Alec to Stephen, after all, how can I know what God is thinking? Personally, I am an agnostic. So, I think I'll list four other fictional characters, who I am pretty sure think Stephen Baldwin sucks:

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Tee hee, one of these is not like the others.

Aw well, I prefer this video:



And for those of you who don't know the story of Job... er, I'm just posting this because it's funny:

1 comment:

  1. I'm actually a big fan of the concept of religion but sometimes I wonder if we shouldn't treat it the way we do porn or alcohol*. As something only people who've reached a certain level of maturity should be exposed to.

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