“Professionalism is not sportsmanship. If you don’t succeed, you won’t be in your profession for long. In our society, it’s not about good or bad. It’s about who’s on top.”
– Chili Davis
Actors and TV execs say the casting couch is bad…you think?
So, it took the #MeToo movement for actors and network execs to finally see that the casting couch is not the best way to break someone into a career—unless it’s a role for a prostitute… Why do we need a movement to show us that some things are just plain old not a good idea from the start? We seemingly have to be told that violation of someone’s person is wrong for us to understand the severity of what we do. We need someone/something to tell us that a couch is for sitting and eating chips while watching television, not for ‘interviewing’ potential employees. We need these things because we can’t seem to think for ourselves—which explains why AI is taking over so easily—and we don’t trust our own instincts. The funny thing is the newness of theawakening of the celebs and execs that are sharing why the casting couch is wrong.
Read what their innocent celebrity minds had to say.
So a dermatology doctor who was known as the “dancing doctor”—because of her habit of singing and dancing over her unconscious patients while doing a medical procedure—had her medical license snatched. It was bad enough that the doc video recorded her antics, but she also did terrible work. As if getting her license taken wasn’t enough, she is also being sued by a patient for a butt enhancement job that ended in a lopsided and itchy bottom. The doctor had the nerve to claim she did nothing wrong and would do everything the same all over again. Wow. So we live in a world where we have to secretly record our doctors during a medical procedure to ensure they did their jobs without humiliating us in the process?
Read what the doc has to say and see for yourself if you would forgive and forget.
Next Level Ping Pong
Some people take Ping Pong Trick Shots very seriously! Here are some friends who seem to have turned the hobby into a full-time job. I feel tired just thinking about how long it took to get all the shots right.