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  • The attacker was justified in doing this

    1 16.67%
  • Hating him is one thing, but the attacker took things too far

    3 50.00%
  • Stop hating him just because he's popular

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Thread: Is it throw stuff at celebrities you don't like?

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    Is it throw stuff at celebrities you don't like?

    What do you think of this? I think trying to physically attack him went a little too far, I don't like his music so I simply don't listen to it, but using physical violence on someone simply because you hate them for being popular is pretty stupid.

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    Re: Is it throw stuff at celebrities you don't like?

    It's hilarious and stupid, stupid, 'cause the guy paid a bunch of money just to get kicked out of a concert he didn't like.
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    Re: Is it throw stuff at celebrities you don't like?

    Quote Originally Posted by spud_meister View Post
    It's hilarious and stupid, stupid, 'cause the guy paid a bunch of money just to get kicked out of a concert he didn't like.
    This. I couldn't imagine paying money to go to a concert of an artist I didn't like just so I could throw some eggs at him/her.
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    Re: Is it throw stuff at celebrities you don't like?

    He can't hate him that much if he paid money to go to his concert.Even if he got the ticket for free he still went to his concert. Then again a vet bought a Jane Fonda book,waited in line pretending to want it sign and then spit chewing tobacco on her.Of course that's a different situation seeing how Fonda basically stabbed the vets in the back by working with the enemy.
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