Saturday, November 22, 2014

Acting Job: Faking Parkinson's Disease


Michael J. Fox has Parkinson's Disease right? Or does he fake it?

Is Michael J. Fox part of charities/foundations that scam people to donate money?

Well if you check out these posts from Clues Forum and Fakeologist, you will see Michael J. Fox is faking Parkinson's.

Why would he do this?

Maybe his career was winding down and he knew he was done in the film/TV/entertainment industry.

At the time he came out having Parkinson's, he was doing a Sitcom called Spin City on TV.

He went from television to big time movies to being reduced back to television.

He no longer was staring in movies like Back to the Future.

Maybe he had a hunch work was going to start slowing down for him in the near future and getting roles was going to be harder, especially since he was getting older.

Most of his roles were teenage boy characters or really young male characters in movies and TV.

Maybe that had something to do with his height?

Michael J. Fox is listed at 5' 4". My "wild" guess is a lot of male 5' 4" actors don't get big parts in movies like taller actors.

So was Michael J. Fox thinking his run was coming to an end?

Maybe he wouldn't be getting big acting roles in the future?

Why not accept a steady acting job like Parkinson's and never worry about finding work again or bouncing around to different acting roles.

Why not accept an offer to fake Parkinson's for the rest of his life and get paid good for it.

What Michael J. Fox is really doing is faking Parkinson's for the Parkinson's charities that collect people's hard earned money. That money goes towards "Parkinson's Research" we are told.

Are they really searching for a cure or just taking money from the masses?

Maybe most of the money is going towards Michael's bank account.

He has his own charity called the Michael J. Fox Foundation.

Does Michael justify duping people because he thinks they are stupid for falling for this scam and it's not his fault for duping people. Maybe some duping delight on his part.

Seriously, come on, he is an actor. How could an actor, act like he has something wrong with him like a disease?

Oh wait, actors do that all the time in movies, so why not act out the disease in real life?

What if he said to himself: Yeah I can dupe people into thinking I have Parkinson's disease. I'm a really good actor. I'm definitely up for this role/challenge to fake a disease for life and get paid for it.

Friday, November 21, 2014

Loren Cordain: Front Man or the Real Deal?

The Paleo Diet is a book written by Loren Cordain.

In the book, Loren talks about how we must go back to eating the way humans were eating during the paleo/caveman times of 12,000 years ago, because we haven't had time to adapt to the westernized diet.

For the last several years, the paleo diet has gone mainstream. Tons of authority figures such as doctors support this movement now.

Was this way of eating put out there to be the solution to the problems that were created in the first place?

The low fat craze suddenly turned into an obesity epidemic.

The food supply is tainted with so much artificial ingredients.

Maybe the Hegelian Dialectic?
Here is a picture of Loren Cordain. He is not thin or in shape for someone advocating a diet.

Is he a front man? Appeal to doctor authority?

Just like health/diet authority figure Dr. Andrew Weil?

Tyler Clementi: Real or Fake?

  • We are told Tyler Clementi is a real person who committed suicide because he was bullied for being gay at Rutgers University
  • He committed suicide on September 22, 2010
  • James Clementi, the older brother of Tyler, is also gay just like his brother
  • James Clementi does speaking engagements about anti-bullying and is an LGBT adovocate

Isn't there a anti-bullying agenda and LGBT agenda going strong right now?

Two brothers that are gay? Is that possible?

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Thursday, November 20, 2014

The 2010 Tonight Show Conflict: Real Or Fake?

  • Conan O'Brien took over the Tonight Show from Jay Leno in 2009
  • In January 2010, Conan O'Brien reached a buyout settlement with NBC where he received 33 million dollars
  • Conan hosted 146 episodes (adds up to 11) of the Tonight Show
  • Conan's last show was on January 22nd, 2010, after 22 years working at NBC
  • Jay Leno returned as host of the Tonight Show in 2010 and retired in 2014 having finished 22 seasons and 4,610 episodes (adds up to 11) as the host of the Tonight Show

Saturday, November 15, 2014

Who Wants A Micro Apartment?

Micro apartment construction is huge in the Portland area at this time with waves of addiction migration expected into the future and with the NY Times report on climate change refugees that are expected to arrive in large numbers in Portland's future. For this and many other reasons, the city is preparing for a much more densely packed city.

Alex Ansary

Saturday, November 1, 2014

You Have To Be Happy About Being Austere and Getting Ripped Off

If we allow this government to keep pushing on with its Agenda 21 policies we are going to all end up living in apartments like this while getting ripped off at the same time.
Also, keep in mind that the news never gives perspective on how small the apt actually is. They just show the suckers talking about how much they love being ripped off for $2000 per month.