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Why is Nicolas Cage Selling His Houses?

Posted: September 2nd, 2009 by WorstPreviews.com Staff
Why is Nicolas Cage Selling His Houses?Submit Comment
It was recently reported that Nicolas Cage was facing legal action by the IRS for owing over $6 million in income tax. At the time, Cage was desperately trying to sell his $3.5 million home as a way to recoup some cash. He was also selling his $35 million Hollywood mansion.

ContactMusic is now reporting that Cage has already sold his famous Bel Air property to fashion designer Chrisian Audigier, but apparently it wasn't enough to pay the government.

He has now slashed the price of his 12 bedroom estate in Rhode Island from $16 million to $12 million, in addition to selling his two-unit condominium at the Olympic Tower in New York, two homes in New Orleans ($3.7 million) and a house in Las Vegas.

Reports suggest that he also recently sold property in Malibu and a castle in Germany. He still owns an estate in England, a second home in Malibu, and a spread in the Bahamas ($7 million).

The numbers don't add up. Why is Cage selling the majority of his properties, especially during such a terrible time for the housing market?

Rhode Island House:


Bel Air House:


Las Vegas House:


New Orleans House:


Source: ContactMusic


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dandythelion writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 2:13:12 AM

seeing all his homes makes me feel like an ant inside my own little midwestern ranch. graphic design doesn't earn you too much. i'm moving to LA to be an actor
telur writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 2:25:36 AM

I think Nic Cage buy that house for invest.
BrundleFly writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 2:27:35 AM

Wow, if I saved up for the rest of my life I wouldn't be able to afford ONE of these houses.

Although it does suck that Nicolas Cage has to sell everything he's worked for, when people like Megan Fox and Dane Cook just keep raking it in.
Porter Montoya writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 2:30:17 AM

"Why is Cage selling the majority of his properties, especially during such a terrible time for the housing market?"

Probably to buy blow and hookers.

Why has Cage taken sh*t role after sh*t role? The man can act, he really can. But blockbusters don't need acting, they need stunts, explosions, nipples, and robots. Not that there's anything wrong with robots, it's just--f*ck, I hate seeing this guy squander his life.
synthetic1985 writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 2:34:29 AM

dang...so much stuff to worry about losing when you're too rich
Ranger writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 2:52:46 AM

The maintenance (and payments) on these homes would be huge. And with the real estate slump, his appraisals wouldn't come in at what he projected (to refinance - rob Peter to pay Paul kind of a deal). He spends on up-keep... falls behind on taxes. It just happens.

@Brundle - you're right... it does suck that he has to sell. But Fox and Cook aren't in Cage's financial league... but I hear what you're saying. Nick is still making BIG bucks. But things have just (clearly) gotten away from him.

@Synth - once you're rich... even if you take a dip, you can build it up again. If Nick did it once... he'll do it again.
Ari Gold writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 2:53:38 AM

He 'had' some nice homes.. What a shame. Im sure he'll survive.
Ranger writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 2:54:25 AM

Actually...

I'll be he's selling everything to finance his new project. He wants to become a Lord of War (I hear he has some experience in that field). And it pays a LOT better than Hollywood is paying him now.

Hmmmm... things that make you go Hmmmm...
telur writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 3:03:02 AM

nic cage not worry bankrupt, because he's only need to ask a job to jerry brukheimer
Ranger writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 3:20:22 AM

Just looked it up...

He's made over $100mil in movie salaries. These properties would be assets of a Corporation he's the head of. But even $100mil - reduced Corp. tax bracket and using his write-offs wouldn't cover this amount of real estate. It's the down-swing in the market that's boning him.

Too much too fast Nick!
The Skippy Spartan writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 3:31:38 AM

haha Just lvoe that photo you guys used!!

Nic Cage moves to his new neighbour hood!!
synthetic1985 writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 3:40:12 AM

yea but Ranger, being rich doesn't buy your way out of everything...not that i'm trying to rip on cage or anything, i'm just tired of professionals in the industry using silly and pointless excuses for what is fitting in a story for a movie...do you hear what we're saying cage???...don't sell out to stupid idiotic film producers that can't see real talent for what it is...we need better films and better writers and actors need those things to make it happen....and when i say actors...i'm talking about actors that can act...not look good enough to act lol
Eben1277 writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 5:38:15 AM

I bet that Fu Manchu role is looking pretty good right now
The Skippy Spartan writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 7:36:02 AM

The Bees from Wicker Man kinda f*cked his career hey?
SACdaddy writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 8:22:48 AM

He obvioulsy may have bigger financial problems than just the $6 mill with the IRS. Can you say DEGENERATE GAMBLER?
ACTIONFIGURE writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 8:46:13 AM

Why is selling the New Orleans House?? It's the only one still dry. That's a hot property in waterworld, Nic...You might wanna hang on to that.
lawman writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 8:53:01 AM

HE IS GETTING RID OF THE HOUSE BECAUSE IT GETS MORE WORK THAN HIM AND MADE FUN OF HIS DOLL HAIR!!!
johnthemon writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 9:48:23 AM

ooh poor Nicolas Cage, apparently he can now only afford a life of semi-luxury. Seriously, just stay in a 5-star hotel, don't buy a mansion everywhere you go!
murphyslaw93 writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 11:15:40 AM

See this is what happens when the peak of your career was 1995-1997. Honestly, the guy won an Oscar, starred in John Woo's Face/Off and then made a line of decent or sh*t films (maybe one or two good ones popped out) leading him down a path where his one safe bets are awful action and sci-fi films (Bangkok Dangerous, Knowing), unhelpful franchises (National Treasure) and animated movies (G-Force, Astro Boy). I'm gonna go watch Face/Off and pretend its 1997 when I thought he was one of the best actors working in Hollywood
murphyslaw93 writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 11:15:51 AM

His Vegas house is rockin'
The5thBeatle5 writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 11:21:59 AM

because he "got hit with a pawp!"
lawman writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 11:23:46 AM

I have to say, he has great taste in houses. His Bel Aire house is f*cking awesome. Looks like a castle. I would have a f*cking mote and wenches running around that motherf*cker!!
triggax writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 11:49:15 AM

Beautiful homes. I honestly think that I've gained a little bit more respect for Nic Cage today after peering into his life a little..

f*ckers rich... has good f*cking taste... In houses... If only he could transfer some of that taste for homes into taste for scripts... I think he just needs to work with a better director, to be honest. He's been working with sh*t directors on sh*t movies for a long time.. He ALMOST had it with Alex Proyas. Knowing was probably his best movie since Matchstick Men.. Really though... A better director could really help. He needs to be told HOW to act and he's usually pretty good...
rabid writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 11:51:36 AM

He probably just realized that noone needs ten houses.
KirkLazerus writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 12:42:37 PM

He will bounce back, and when he does he's gonna buy double the houses he used to own then sell them again then buy triple and so on
Ranger writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 12:53:32 PM

@synth @ Trig - these Actor's still don't have the power in Hollywood you may think they have. They didn't pick sh*tty movies to do. They took what was offered to them. They're working Actors... have bills (obviously)... they have to work. And we ALL KNOW every script that comes around isn't a Shawshank or Gladiator/Braveheart offering. They take what they can get.
triggax writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 1:13:13 PM

Hmmm I dont know ranger.

It's nicolas cage we're talking about.. He comes from a fairly prestigious background as far as the cinematic community is concerned.. He is after all Nikolai COPPOLA. That really says something about his pull in hollywood I think.

He's shown in the past that he can be on top of a role and have relatively unflinching taste when it comes to films. Then he started up with the Bruckheimer sh*t. Not to say it was bad.. Cause a lot of it was a lot of fun and really good (The Rock) But to say that he's just trying to pay bills? I doubt that very much. He's still one of the more sought after leading men working today and 30 years in the business I would think he would have a better grasp on his career at this point.

I don't know why he's selling his houses, theres a good chance that he's just got too many.. obviously that's probably why...

But come on... Hes in the ranks of Will Smith and Tom Hanks... he may not be as good all the time.. but he definitely picks and chooses what he likes and what he wants to do.
triggax writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 1:15:34 PM

Also.. Ranger, it's not that Im concerned that he does a bomb every now and then.. Its just that it's been one after the f*cking other man.
The only real redeeming films hes done were the National Treasure films.. and thats saying something when those were your best efforts in a decade.
Ranger writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 1:19:16 PM

@trig - oh, I took your comment in the right light (as you did mine) my friend. I'm just saying that's the sh*t Hollywood makes, offers Nick, and he takes it.

One think that can kill a career FASTER than doing sh*tty movies... is to sit around with a pickle in your ass awaiting the next Braveheart. By then... producers/casting agents don't want you because your name has gone cold.

As bad as it may be... Nick has done it right.
DoucheNozzle writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 1:22:02 PM

I guess it takes a lot of cash to pay for the new mega-realistic hair-plugs he's ordering from Japan. By God, no wonder he takes so many sh*tty roles, he needs the money to pay for all these f*ckers. Oh, Ranger, it's warlord, not lord of war (not correcting you, just quoting a line from the film). That film absolutely showed he can still be a great actor, now it is up to him to attempt to really act and only sign up for films with good scripts, but that probably won't happen.
triggax writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 1:22:55 PM

Ugh. Why is it then, that Christian Bale and Johnny Depp and how about Jude Law even, can go through their respective careers doing little to no crap...

Ill give Nic Cage the benefit of the doubt, he still gets people in the seats, I think that most of his recent movies, as sh*tty as they've been had usually had really good marketing behind them. Perfect release dates, cool posters lots of pre buzz, good or bad.

Hes marketable.. thats for damn sure. I just think that he should stick to kaufman scripts and working with ridley scott and I would be happier with the guy... cause I do like him quite a bit when hes hitting his A game...
I'd like to see him get back together with the coens even.
Ranger writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 1:30:08 PM

@Duche - I remember the quote... lol.

@Trig - all good suggestions, and points. There is a hierarchy in Hollywood. The best stuff gets offered to the A-actors you listed, if they turn it down... it gets offered to the Cage's of the biz. I think Nick is on the A-List... but just on the B side of that page. I don't blame Nick. You should see the sh*t I'd be willing to film for the millions he's offered... lol.

As for Ridley Scott. Sure... he's one of the best. But he's not cranking stuff out like Spielberg once did. I don't even know how he packed that much realism into Blackhawk Down! That was incredible. Plus, I'm a Bladerunner fan.

Alec Baldwin said it best on Inside the Actor's Studio. He said: 'If you look at everything I've been in... and wonder why I even did half of those projects. I did it for the MONEY! I'm an actor... I like to work.'

Truer words were never said in the Biz.


triggax writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 1:36:50 PM

Ranger, I remember that quote actually. Very true. It is, at the end of the day, a job...

Point taken.
akumavern writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 1:40:26 PM

There isn't enough closest for all his movie wigs now. Duh.
Ranger writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 1:53:00 PM

I love that show Trig. Alec was WAY MORE entertaining than I expected.

The best thing for me about Inside the Actor's Studio, is even if you're not the biggest fan of their guest that day... After you hear their thought processes... why they picked certain roles... I want to look into more of their work.

Ever see Billy Bob on there change his face instantly to SlingBlade (some call it a Kaiser Blade, but I call it a SlingBlade)... uh-huh!

Good show. I think one of the best on TV.
Osiris3eagle writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 2:06:23 PM

Holy sh*t I knew the guy has made alot of money, but enough to buy all this??? wow
Ranger writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 2:13:11 PM

Apparently not.

Even with the $100mil. he's made in his career... after taxes, etc. Just keeping the $35mil BelAire place would have been a push. Clearly the downturn in the market has affected his appraisals and his refinancing plans. He just bit off more than his bank could chew. I don't blame him though... usually Real Estate is the way to go... usually.
minkowski writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 3:03:25 PM

"Why is Nicolas Cage Selling His Houses?"

Because he can't afford them. Next question.
Ranger writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 3:09:38 PM

Sure, sure Mink... take the Reader's Digest version way out!

lol.
minkowski writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 3:15:21 PM

Why should I care again? Because you say so? I'll leave the ponderables of Nicholas Cage's financial desperation for you, Ranger. You seem to be obsessed with money and what not.
minkowski writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 3:22:00 PM

"Knowing was probably his best movie since Matchstick Men"

You're joking, right?
Ranger writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 3:26:16 PM

He had a good twitch in Matchstick men.

As far as being obsessed about money. No. I happen to know something about Real Estate though. And it's a bugger to live without (money that is).

Ranger writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 3:27:20 PM

I liked Nick in Windtalkers and Lord of War. Now... whether I just like the movie and he was in it, it's hard to tell. But I liked them both.
minkowski writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 3:39:23 PM

"Knowing was probably his best movie since Matchstick Men"

Lord of War and The Weather Man were good films, with or without Cage, and arguably, would've been better without him.

Knowing is pure junk. Its poorly edited, possesses a plot less believable than Juilanne Moore's The Forgotten, and is replete with a cachophony of Nicolas Cage talking about sh*t he obviously either doesn't understand, or does and doesn't care about.

The script is just stupid. And the special effects used during the denoument are barely improved over those found in Armageddon.
triggax writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 3:56:42 PM

You're oh so negative.

Agreed. Knowing was ridiculous.

Ill give you Lord of War but not Weather Man..

I would rather watch Knowing over Weather Man any day of the week... I have no argument as to why I just didn't like the movie.

Mmmmhhmm.. I don't know man.. Alex Proyas has a lot of talent.. When it comes to cinematography anyways.. The plot was terrible.. and not once in my comment did I say it was a good movie.. but when compared to Next and Bangkok Dangerous and f*cking Ghost Rider, it's a pretty f*cking good movie...

f*cking negative nancy...
thedudeman69 writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 3:57:32 PM

Kids, this is what happens when you have a hit every two years.
minkowski writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 4:06:13 PM

It was pure sh*t, dude. Pure f*cking sh*t. Sure, it's marginally better than Next (I guess), as if ripping off d*ck's 'Golden Man' into a film starring Nicolas 'The Rug' Cage and Julianne Moore is ever a good idea, and better than Ghost Rider (again, marginally), but at least Next and Ghost Rider had something Knowing doesn't: a f*cking script.

The entire premise, from beginning to end made no f*cking sense. Aliens can see the future, or at least predict fifty years in advance, when and where a star is going to massively increase its stellar outflux. but they can't do anything but give some deranged kid a bunch of numbers to write down and put in a f*cking time capsule no one will see for five decades?
And, f*ck, that's just the film's beginning!

Yeah, Alex Proyas had talent. Once. In Dark City. And that's it. Someone should revoke his directing license or whatever and force him to watch I, Robot and Knowing repeatedly until his eyes climb up the optic nerves and eat his cerebrum.
minkowski writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 4:11:54 PM

"When it comes to cinematography anyways"

Then he should stick with the job of DoP, and leave directing for someone else. Either that, or Proyas should only direct what he writes, like he did with DC.

But, f*ck it, he's just hungry too. Like Cage, he'll take any bone thrown his way just to pay the bills.
triggax writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 4:16:25 PM

You need to get laid...

Obviously you've never watched I, Robot on BluRay on a plasma... f*ck yeah.. sh*tty or not.. f*ckin' awesome...

Yeah once again.. I never argued that I liked Knowing.. I really didn't like knowing.. I just don't think it needs to be slammed that hard when compared to his last few outings.. regardless of anything I'll watch anything that makes use of Beethovens Symphony Number 7... 2ND MOVEMENT!!!! Cause that's the kind of sh*t i like to do..

You shouldn't take everything so seriously Mink. You know... How about a little humor... Maybe crack a smile... Maybe! Sing a SONG!

This is me singing! LAlalaLalalALala...
minkowski writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 4:17:19 PM

And at the very least, The Weather Man has Michael Caine, who's worth five Nicholas Cage's. Yeah, right though, like I believe Michael Caine's sperm would ever make a Nicholas Cage. And if nothing else, TWM had a message, it had something to say about life and the journey of modern existence in America.
triggax writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 4:20:04 PM

I can't believe I can never find the time to meet my deadlines yet, for some reason I can find so much time to talk about movies..

You know if I spent as much time working as I do bullsh*tting on movies I'd be a f*cking billionaire... Sadly I like movies far toooo much..
I watched worlds greatest dad last night.. man that was f*cking strange.. it was actually kind of good though.. not what I expected.. you know... bobcat goldthwaite directed it.. and its nice to see him working... good f*cking soundtrack too... You should all watch it...
triggax writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 4:21:33 PM

"And if nothing else, TWM had a message"

Yeah, a message about pre teen camel toes...
minkowski writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 4:30:24 PM

"Obviously you've never watched I, Robot on BluRay on a plasma... f*ck yeah.. sh*tty or not.. f*ckin' awesome..."

No, but I watched a PBS Nova program on the modern forensic application of examining animal sh*t in murder cases. I'd hazard a guess the experiences are identical, with the exception that the PBS program taught me something.

And you seem to be one of those guys that approach a film from the 'image' side, not the story side. Which explains why you appreciate 'the cinematography' of sh*tty Proyas films over the insipid plots and script details. They 'look good'.

I grew up reading books, and when I started watching films, I approached them in the same way. From the story side. What makes the story good. Do I care about the characters, does the film have beauty, depth, a message? All of this matters to me, not 'does the film look good in 'IMAX' or on a f*cking plasma TV. Like I'm that shallow. Like I give a sh*t about whether a film makes for a good carnival ride.

Hell, if VHS didn't degrade, if the pplayers were't so prone to mechanical failures, if VHS tapes had random access, rather than sequential magnetic access, Would have never bothered with DVDs. Like I give a sh*t about the special features. Like better resolution makes the film's story one iota better. But hey, it LOOKS better, so that's what matters.

"regardless of anything I'll watch anything that makes use of Beethovens Symphony Number 7... 2ND MOVEMENT!!!! "

Yeah, see if Beethoven could've seen that his music would appear in cinematic lobotomies like Knowing, he might've become a banker instead.

Just listen to the music, dude, use your imagination instead. That's what I do, and what I see when I listen to beautiful music is far better than most of what I've seen in films (most of which is often a rock score set to a frenetically paced action sequence).
minkowski writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 4:30:59 PM

"Yeah, a message about pre teen camel toes..."

You should chalk that up to your shallowness, not the film's.
minkowski writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 4:35:56 PM

"You need to get laid..."

Why? Because the only approach to life is found in a high?
triggax writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 4:53:37 PM

Jeeesus buddy.. chill the f*ck out.. what the f*ck is wrong with you?....

Honestly.. I look at films from both sides.. A truly great film has to have depth in everything story and imagery..

f*cking sew me if I find it entertaining to watch something thats crystal clear and mindlessly entertaining.. that doesn't make me shallow at all.. it means I enjoy the cinematic experience in any form it comes. I don't break it down to its very core like you do. I could, I really could but Im not a miserable person and I really do just try to enjoy everything instead of being the worlds biggest f*cking critic.

Get a f*cking life man... Im just trying to joke around..

Im really glad that you grew up on books.. Im way too f*cking retarded to read a book though.. f*ck.. Maybe if it was in 3D..?
triggax writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 4:57:38 PM

Hahaha.. sew me... please don't sew me... I dont want to made into a lamp shade...
triggax writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 4:59:22 PM

"Why? Because the only approach to life is found in a high? "

No because you're a high strung ass f*ck who could probably use a little f*cking poontang to calm himself down.. f*ck any high would help you man... Smoke some f*cking weed...

minkowski writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 5:26:39 PM

"it means I enjoy the cinematic experience in any form it comes."

So possessing no taste is your excuse?

"No because you're a high strung ass f*ck who could probably use a little f*cking poontang to calm himself down.. f*ck any high would help you man... Smoke some f*cking weed... "

That's right, I need to smoke some weed and get laid. So I can be like you? "Just get wasted man, it's all you need, then you be like usssss, just...like...usss".

Sorry, but I'd rather experience the realities of life, pain and pleasure, fresh and on the edge, and not through the haze of one mind-dulling moment of ecstasy after another.

And who the f*ck uses the word 'poontang'? Jesus Christ, don't people talk like adults any more?

"I really could but Im not a miserable person and I really do just try to enjoy everything instead of being the worlds biggest f*cking critic."

Which leaves you having what? No real opinion? Just another clone, another drone? And I don't give a sh*t who you f*cked or how much money you think you have, so save that for the other postmodern zombies.

And you don't 'try to like everything', as you've already stated quite emphatically how many f*cking Cage movies you don't like, you just lack the ability and temerity to say why.

Anyway, this thread is about Nicolas Cage losing his houses(not 'homes', because I doubt he lives in most of them, but like I give a sh*t), not whether or not Triggax is justified in getting offended because someone, namely me (and at least about several hundred million other people), think Knowing is a piece of sh*t.
triggax writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 5:33:52 PM

Im not offended that you didn't like knowing. It was a pile of sh*t movie. I get offended at know it all piece of sh*t *ssholes like yourself telling me im shallow for enjoying something their superior mind has distaste for...

Go f*ck yourself buddy. Honestly... Go find something sharp and f*ck yourself with it.

I thought we might be able to be friends.
But now I see why everyone on here f*cking hates your stupid ass.

triggax writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 5:34:44 PM

Cause you're a prick.^^
minkowski writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 6:14:21 PM

"But now I see why everyone on here f*cking hates your stupid ass."

Perhaps I missed something, like me giving a sh*t whether you, or anyone else, likes me. So don't try that 'everyone hates you crap', because it doesn't work on me.

And for the record, I wasn't even talking to you or about you in my second Knowing comment. I was talking about the movie, but you responded with what? Name calling? Ok, I get that, but the blame is on you in this thread. What's that you say? You were just joking? Well so am I, buddy! Ain't it cool?

"Go f*ck yourself buddy. Honestly... Go find something sharp and f*ck yourself with it. "

You first suggested getting laid and then getting high. I assumed you were speaking from experience. Is that the case here as well?

"Cause you're a prick."

Triggax, I leave you with a movie quote:

Jimmy Dix: You're a real bastard, ya know that, Joe?

Joe Hallenbeck: And then some.
swoooop writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 6:14:35 PM

He is selling because everything he touch turnes to crap. And because his properties are haunted.
KirkLazerus writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 6:29:34 PM

Nicolas Cage selling his houses are making everyone go crazy lol
lostwarrior writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 6:36:35 PM

reasons.


1. Knowing
2. Meth
3. Greed
4. Look at the films he has been in,for each failed movie you lose a house.. Why cuz you were stupid enough to buy a new house after each movie..
5. having to continiously visit his local std clinic after having after getting the clap and the herp from a 13 hooker peanut butter orgy(just an average wednesday night to him)
6. vanity..
triggax writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 6:38:54 PM

Good movie...

"Perhaps I missed something, like me giving a sh*t whether you, or anyone else, likes me. So don't try that 'everyone hates you crap', because it doesn't work on me."

I give a f*ck about how you feel about that comment..? What the f*ck do you mean "Works on me"? Like im trying to hurt your feelings by saying nobody likes you. I don't f*cking care how you feel.

There are a million things I can say.. But you're right I lack the ability to articulate like you can.

Not because im a clone, or a drone, or a simpleton... It's Because unlike you I don't have the time to wikipedia a topic before every comment.

How bout let's stop the banter here.
lostwarrior writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 6:40:57 PM

and mink dont worry even though we but heads, honestly you know your sh*t... and if others are on here and read the postings on a regular basis, you will find that out. even if you dont like minks ideas,, sometimes i dont, hell i think he can be a c*ck muffin,. but still you know your sh*t mink, and you have the audacity to say what you think, and you actually do research your info... so f*ck the haters....
OneTime writes:
on September 2nd, 2009 at 7:08:25 PM

hes going to kill himself.
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