Thursday, July 28, 2005

Blue Flypaper Lauds Sean Penn

Blue Flypaper lauds actor Sean Penn. Not just for his amazing acting career including the hilarious "We're No Angels" but for his social activism. Unlike so many other celebrities that just talk the talk, Penn went to Baghdad and became an expert on WMDs and Iraqi affairs. This is how Penn described Iraq before the U.S. invasion where he called it "the most decimated, starved, diseased and polluted place I had ever witnessed." Look what we've done there!

Sean Penn we laud you and your liberal celebrity activism.

UPDATE!!! Sean Penn went to New Orleans and personally saved many people. In addition he gave hundreds of Hurricane Katrina survivors the chance to see a real live celebrity. Is that great or what? Imagine, you've lost everything you own, your house is a hole of mud, you haven't had food or water for a week and up rows a top notch Hollywood actor! Incredible! Absolutely incredible! Let's see FEMA match that!


At 8:28 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

why don't he give half of his millions of dollars to the people of iraq so they might not the "the poorest, the starvedest, the most diseaseded " or whatever drivel came out of his celebrity meat hole.

At 3:33 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

That's amazing. I've lived in LA my whole life and never had a chance to see Mr. Penn in the flesh. Then those folks get a free look at him without worry that he's going to punch them out if they ask for an autograph. Damn!

Anyway, it's hard to get mad at them after all they've been through. Just the same, they are lucky bastards if Sean picks there house to row up to.

At 6:15 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Normally I think it is a mistake to see celebrities do stuff like this, but Penn was right out there saving lives. Incredible. I can't wait to see the shots that his personal photographer got of the whole thing.

At 9:43 PM, Blogger True Blue said...

He is truly one of a kind.

At 9:02 PM, Blogger Cabe said...

Ah the boat that never sinks.


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