Pants-of-dog wrote:Time’s Person of the Year is not meant to be an honour. It is about how newsworthy the person is, not their moral fiber. Bin Laden was suggested after the 9/11 attacks, for example.
Lizzo has been one of the most newsworthy people this year, mostly because she uses her uncouth personality and disgusting obese body to assault the sensibilities of the public.
If it's just about newsworthiness, I was thinking that it would be more appropriate for Lizzo to be made person of the year since the news and just about everything about Greta is 99% manufactured.
Just as I was about to write that here, it popped up in my news feed that Time had indeed made Lizzo entertainer of the year.
In fact, I think the point of the media pushing all these weird and offensive people everywhere in their magazines, vides and news programs is to insult and troll the public, and these characters just go along with it because they have been made to believe that they are morally superior or somehow better than everyone else.
Pants-of-dog wrote:I am of the opinion that describing her as a deluded and emotionally abused person, in order to achieve political gain by deflecting from her message, is despicable.
It might seem despicable, but you can tell quite a bit about body language. In these photos she looks deranged, sad and strung out. She clearly doesn't want to be there. I wonder if her communist handlers are giving her methamphetamines in order to perform in front of the public.