That’s why I posted it, but I do find humor in a few parts. One being “Our family is strong with the force” yet dressing as a stormtrooper and two being that the Trumps start them young as grunts allowing them to learn every level on their way to Emperor.
Yeah, I wish actors, singers, and athletes wouldn't air their politics so vehemently. Sure, they have the same right to an opinion as anyone else, but it just makes me like them less. Truthfully, I don't like it when they're really vocal, even when I agree with them. I like my celebrities to be politically agnostic, because on some level, I associate them with escapist activities.
When things designed to entertain and distract us from the ugly realities of politics suddenly join the fray, it's disconcerting. I know they're trying to use their fame to influence people to their side, but it just takes away from their ability to adequately entertain and distract. Plus, entertainers are often some of the least informed, most disconnected-from-reality people on the planet. I'm not sure why anyone gives their opinions any validity at all.
From what I have read of Mark Hamil, he's a very friendly, likable somebody. But I have zero f#$%s to give about his opinions on president cheeto.
I've been on Twitter a whole week and already learned the lesson of following entertainers. I had to unfollow Ryan Reynolds in that short time before he did permanent damage to my ability to enjoy him. Now I only follow Trump, NFL writers and Chiefs players. I only signed up for the football scoops.
Yeah.. I mostly follow Xbox stuff and Sports stuff, with a few other things sprinkled in. Twitter is... crazy. You have the loudest voices on the right and left drowning out almost everything else if you let it.
I saw that the other day, and I saved it on the DVR for my kids, assuming they'd find it funny too. It's absolutely true. My son, who grumbles every day about having to wear a collared shirt and pants-that-aren't-basketball-shorts, would totally agree.