Seth Rogen

Seth Rogen slammed for trying to get Costco to stop selling conservative writer’s book

Actor Seth Rogen was slammed on Monday for a tweet he sent two months ago trying to get Costco to stop selling a book written by a conservative writer. “The Big Lie” by Dinesh D’Souza claims to expose the “Nazi roots of the American left,” but Rogen took to Twitter on Aug. 13 to ask Costco, “Why do you sell books that compare left wing people like me to Nazis?” Liberal writer Kurt Eichenwald even defended D’Souza, calling him a “liar” who has free speech rights to “spin his drivel.” Rogen responded, “I’m not saying they ban him or imprison him or fire him from whatever his job is. Just surprised they sell his sh– next to tubs of yogurt.” D’Souza quickly responded himself, “Don’t call a book sh– without reading it. If you do, I’d honestly like you to tell me what I got wrong.” The two-month old tweet gained attention on Monday when media analyst Mark Dice chimed in, “Look at this Hollywood Libtard acting like a Nazi trying to get a book banned. What’s next Seth? Burning them?” Dice’s comment resulted in his loyal followers poking fun at the “Knocked Up” actor, and has been retweeted and liked over 3,000 times. “He’s upset at being compared to a Nazi but has no problem comparing right wing people Nazis,” one user wrote, while another said, “Because Seth Rogan [sic] left wingers are socialists. The Nazis were socialists. You see the connection?” Dice’s presumably conservative followers piled on, with one writing, “He hasn’t read the book! They all run their mouths without a clue. Hollyweirds think normal people think like them. No we think for ourselves,” and another saying, Rogen “should probably stick to smoking pot and making unfunny movies. Leave the political commentary to the professionals.” Rogen is an outspoken liberal who offers his opinions via Twitter on a regular basis. On Monday he retweeted a photo mocking Stephen Bannon and defended women accusing movie mogul Harvey Weinstein of sexual harassment over the weekend. “I believe all the women coming forward about Harvey Weinstein’s sexual harassment. It takes bravery to do so,” Rogen wrote. Rogen’s representatives did not immediate respond to request for comment.

Seth is a stunningly stupid person, and c’mon…let’s be honest..  He’s a dreadful actor.  I remember seeing The Green Hornet when it came out.  Kato was great!  Seth, was awful.  But, I digress..    I’ve seen Seth interviewed a few times, and I think I lost a few IQ points watching him.  Seth doesn’t understand the irony in him trying to get Costco to not sell a book because it compares extreme liberals to nazis.  Nazis are socialists by definition.  And, extreme liberals in this country like Bernie Sanders, Obama, Hillary could easily be called socialists.  Heck, Bernie openly admits he is a socialist!  Socialists also like to censor speech, etc. …kinda like what Seth is trying to do with Costco.  See the irony?  Someone needs to break it down for the pot-smoking moron.  I don’t have the patience..  Oh, and Dinish is a great writer.  Anything written by him is worth reading!

Halloween Box Office Bloodbath: Everything Flops, ‘Steve Jobs’ Doornail Dead

For the second weekend in a row, every new release at the American box office bombed, and did so spectacularly. This weekend, Sandra Bullock’s latest wide release, the $28 million “Our Brand Is Crisis,” sunk like a rock with just $3.3 million. The political dramedy was produced by that box office kiss of death we call George Clooney, and ranks as the worst opening weekend of Bullock’s career. Bradley Cooper’s “Burnt” is itself toast, grossing just $5.1 million on more than 3000 theatres. Even horror flopped this Halloween weekend. Paramount’s “Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse” opened on 1500 screens and (inset zombie joke here) grossed just $1.5 million. All the talk that awards season contender “Steve Jobs” would be kept alive by word-of-mouth proved horribly untrue. After a humiliating $7.3 million opening, the biopic collapsed 65% in its second weekend to gross just $2.5 million. By Monday the Seth Rogen film will sit at just $14 million, or tens of millions of dollars from break even. In the crucial days leading up to the wide release, “Steve Jobs” star (and box office insurance) Rogen launched an obscene, racially-laced attack on Republican Ben Carson. How bad have the last two weeks been? So bad that the top 3 box office performers this weekends are 3 weeks old or older: 1). The Martian – 3-day cume: $10.6M to $10.8M / Total cume: $182.3M / Wk 5 2). Goosebumps – 3-day cume: $8.7M to $8.9M / Total cume: $55.5M / Wk 3 3). Bridge Of Spies – 3-day cume: $7.6M / Total cume: $44.8M / Wk 3 The good news is that next weekend is James Bond weekend.

Agreed!!  Seth Rogen is such a worthless tool..  He’s the poster child for your typical arrogant, self-righteous, sanctimonious, elitist, HollyWEIRD, limousine liberal who looks down on pretty much everyone and thinks he’s smarter and funnier than everyone else.  The truth is, he’s not that funny, and he’s a dreadful actor.  Remember Green Hornet?  It was an awful movie.  What made it somewhat salvageable was his Asian sidekick, Kato.  But, Seth?  He was awful..  And, it would seem that many Americans are tired of him as well.  The people are speaking with their wallets.  Looking forward to the new Bond flick, though!    🙂