Ryan Reynolds in The Advocate

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On homophobia:

“Anyone who is homophobic – they’re triggered on some level by something within themselves that they’re desperately afraid of.”

On his gaydar:

“…I have the worst gaydar of all time. Unless I see two men full-on Frenchkissing, I have no definitive answer one way or the other” […] “It’s the same thing where I won’t ask a woman if she’s pregnant unless the baby is crowning. Unless the baby is literally dangling by an umbilical cord while she’s on a hospital curney.”

On gossip blogs & the internet:

“It’s this hyperactive, fragmented shit-chat, and it’s everywhere. I don’t know who I’m quoting, but I know I’m quoting somebody: We’re entertaining ourselves to death. Is’s so easy to just king of click out, check out, and plug in.”

On celebrity:

“Hollywood is a place where if celebrities stumble or basically refuse to actually grow up, they’re certainly not punished for it. They’re actually celebrated for it” […] “And now the goal is to only see celebrities fucking up. That’s become the choice of a new generation…”

 JJB 

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Friday, August 10th, 2007 at 1:13pm
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August 10th, 2007 at 6:17 pm

he is so hot!!!

August 10th, 2007 at 10:53 pm

I love him. He’s so yummy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

August 11th, 2007 at 5:54 pm

As much as I love Ryan Reynolds (and I do: the man is both hilarious and beautiful), he should stop quoting Neil Postman. (“Amusing Ourselves to Death” is Postman’s book about how the mode of communication influences the content of communication. He wrote it in the 80s, so he was primarily concerned with TV and the way it was supposedly – and falsely – dragging down the quality of our discourse.)
















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