Mister Matt said: "No one is saying she shouldn't have done it
Oh, there were PLENTY at the time (even before her "final straw" rant, but especially after) who said that breaking character or stopping the performance at all was SO UNPROFESSIONAL (and worse) and rips her to shreds, calling her self-serving entitled snot yadda yadda.
Almost every "I met Patti" story I've heard is like this, she's rude, ungra
Bettyboy72 said: "I found her gruesome. I hate when people give her passes for her boorish, unprofessional behavior saying, "I love Patti" or "that's just Patti." I'm a fan of Patti's talent, but I find her so tacky. She can't even throw shade in a subtle manner. From her memoir and the Advocate profile you just get the sense she is an angry, resentful person. No wonder Sondheim or Nunn don't return her calls and she is considering retiring aft
undercoverusher said: "limousine liberals. Or rich, phony, self loathing, arrogant f**k faces, who think they know everything, but really only know the lies spewed to them by their media overlords. Hillary laughed after she got a rapist off, laughing how the lie detector test failed. You can do the homework and hear it for yourself, but you don't want to earn the truth, because you are an intellectually incurious and morally bankrupt person
A colorblind approach allows us to deny uncomfortable cultural differences.
"Racism? Strong words, yes, but let's look the issue straight in its partially unseeing eye. In a colorblind society, White people, who are unlikely to experience disadvantages due to race, can effectively ignore racism in American life, justify the current social order, and feel more comfortabl
" Exactly what does she owe you an apology for? You weren't called out in her blog. "
This question is like asking a Mexican-American person "why do you dislike Donald Trump? He didn't call you out as being a rapist."
Lol...no. Comparing an actress most people have never heard of complaining about behavior on an obsucre message board to a Presidential candidate spouting bigotry on a national stage are nowhere near the s