Sometimes it can take me days to unblock myself.
And then again, sometimes material just presents itself.
That's right world. I think you know what I'm talking about.
For those of you who have been living under a rock, let me catch you up to speed. When Taylor Swift (who, in the words of Beth over at The Confused Homemaker, just reeks of all things cotton candy and unicornish) got up to give her acceptance
Ok. Let's get some things straight. I am NOT a Taylor Swift fan. At all. The little strumpet makes me feel underachieved for my age, and she's prettier than I am to boot. Not to mention that she sings country. I loath country.
Petty reasons, but hey. I'm human.
Even so, I felt bad for her. She was the proverbial awkward turtle as she stood by and watched
Granted, Beyonce allowed Taylor to have her moment later on - a true class act, if I ever saw one, and one that deserves to be recognized.
Still though, the whole fiasco has gotten me thinking. How many Kaynes do you know? I bet you can name a few. I know I can. Why is this type of behavior acceptable in our culture? I just don't understand.
I kind of feel like I should be standing on a street corner screaming "Does Not Compute!"
Since when did we get so complacent? From what I've gathered, everyone seems to be of the opinion that this is "typical" Kayne behavior. And yet the man rakes in millions of dollars per year.
Does Not Compute.
Why do we idolize such figures? Because they're off the wall? Because they're different?
Well so are criminals. We don't idolize them (usually). And no, I'm not comparing Kayne to a criminal. I'm just saying that I don't understand how someone of questionable behavior would be placed in a prestigious position.
Does Not Compute.
I guess I'm not educated enough on the social scene to understand.
To tell you the truth, world, I don't think I want to be.