Friday, October 27, 2006

um, okay

From CNN.com:
Kevin Federline, aka K-Fed and Mr. Britney Spears, says he shrugs off his naysayers.

"If you want to hate me, cool, hate me," Federline, 28, says in an interview posted Thursday on People magazine's Web site. "You know why? Because all it's going to do is help me."
I don't really follow popular culture, so I don't know who this guy "K-Fed" is other than he's married to Britney Spears, but I am from the Midwest and one thing about Midwesterners is that when people need your help, you help, even if they are strangers.

I was really pleased a few days when I pondered about it and realized I did not actually hate anyone, but I guess I am willing to go back on my hateless existence if it will give this young fellow a hand. Although, it's not clear: does he think it's helpful to be hated by everyone, or only to be hated by people who want to hate him. If the latter, I supposed that's my Get Out Of Hate Free card to pass on offering assistance.

Besides, mine is not really a hateless existence anyway, as there's always SPSS.

Update!: A commenter reminds me that I also hate war criminals. Add coconut to the list as well. So, in sum and in order: (1) SPSS, (2) war criminals, (3) coconut, and (4, if I must) "K-Fed".

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Don't you hate, like, Hitler 'n stuff?

Anonymous said...

You have previously mentioned words or word-usages that you hate.

BrightStar said...

K-Fed is, indeed, a tool, so good choice. Hate on!

A+ said...

Coconut? Oh, Jeremy.