Linday Lohan A Danger To Herself And Others

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Lindsay Lohan Arrested For Third Degree Assault Thursday November 29, 2012

Someone needs to finally grow a set and put actress, Lindsay Lohan in a jail cell where she can cool down and realize that she is not the center of the universe and must be responsible for her actions.  She is a danger to herself and more importantly, other people.

Lohan was arrested Thursday morning in the early hours for third degree assault after having punched another club-goer in the face.

Having gone to a New York club after a Justin Bieber concert, Lohan, who was allegedly drunk and possibly using cocaine, had gotten upset and jealous over another clubber talking to her alleged boyfriend, Max George of The Wanted and punched the woman in the face, leaving her swollen and badly bruised.  It’s rumored that Lohan was totally out of control.

Wait…didn’t Lohan have a previous record for this sort of drug and alcohol abuse?  Wasn’t she supposed to be behind bars way back then?  Doesn’t she have DUI’s under her belt as well as theft over $1,000.00 (more to the tune of a $2,500.00 necklace)?  Didn’t she provide false information to a police officer?  And…wasn’t she already on probation and warned that any further violations before the May 2014 expiration of that probation would land her 245 days of jail time?  So, where’s the cell and how long can this latest stunt lock her up?

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                                               Lindsay Lohan’s Smashed New Porsche In June of 2012

Is it not yet obvious that this 26-year-old woman cannot get her act together and is a danger to herself as well as everyone else who is unlucky enough to be in her self-destructive path?  Will it take her actually killing herself or someone else before authorities recognize that this messed up, young woman is in serious need of court ordered, lock-down psychiatric help and rehab?  What will wake the system up to the fact that Lohan is a danger?

It would be a shame to hear in the news that Lohan has yet again, escaped any form of serious help and restraint in the court system, only to end up having killed or seriously injured either herself or someone else.  Unthinkable, would be that the courts, yet again, thanks to some fast-talking, highly overpaid defense attorney getting Lohan off, had killed someone or several innocent people.  It’s one thing to have a personal death wish but, to take someone else’s life would be horrendous.

The courts had better seriously consider that Lohan needs help this time.  She cannot be let to run loose to hurt herself and others.  She needs restraints that cannot be broken and, that will likely entail some type of court ordered incarceration in either a jail cell or some sort of mental health or rehab facility until she is under control.  Along with that, Lohan needs to be monitored carefully upon release and any type of infraction, needs to land her right back into a lock-down status for her own sake as well as that of other people’s well-being.

If the courts and her lawyer want to do Lohan any good at all, both will decide that Lohan is screaming out for help that she cannot give herself and deal with the idea that Lohan needs to be court-ordered into professional help and a lock-down.

Aerosmith Still Fabulous

Though not a fan of Aerosmith’s newest album, “Music From Another Dimension”, the Boston rockers band put on a fantastic concert in Toronto at the Air Canada Centre on Tuesday November 27, 2012.

After a hiatus where the individual band members dealt with their own personal agendas and issues, they have made a come-back worthy of noting.

Playing to an almost full venue, Aerosmith proved to their fans that they’ve still got it.

Lead Singer, Steven Tyler still moves a crowd and packs in everyone from the die-hards of 40 years ago to the younger generations as he leaped and ran the stage, engaging the audience and paying attention to even those in the higher balcony “nose bleed” seats.

For some, it was the band’s latest album that brought them in but, for others, it was their older stuff. None were disappointed as they brought out both.

For those who were not fans of their latest work, the second half of their performance was sure to please with their older but, most famous work was brought out.

Even the younger crowds couldn’t help recognize “Walk This Way” and “Dude Look Like A Lady” along with the band’s rendition of the Beatles’ “Come Together”.

The second half of the concert was when the crowds got into the groove with hoots, screams and standing ovations but, it wasn’t until the Encore Song that the crowd hit the roof when Tyler emerged from beneath the stage in a cloud of white fog, dressed in white, playing a white Baby Grand piano, to sing “Dream On” that the masses went wild.

A perfect concert to revive the band to back to popularity and arouse a new appreciation for them.

Both Joe Perry and Steven Tyler admit that the new album has elements of their personal struggles written into it.

“Life, doctors, divorces and dirtbags — you know, a whole bunch of things can get in the way of a bunch of guys getting in the studio,” Tyler has stated.

Hats go off to Tyler and the band for their tenacity, showmanship and talent.

Nicki Minaj Throws A Temper Tantrum At Former Idol Judge, Steven Tyler

Don’t look now but, it seems that Nicki Minaj is showing that she’s still got some growing up and maturing to do yet.

At 29, going on 30 years of age, American Idol 2013 judge and rapper, Nicki Minaj is proving to the pubic that she’s certainly not mature nor does she possess any sort of ettiquette by fighting with co-judge, Mariah Carey and hurling infantile accusations and explicatives at former Idol Judge and Aerosmith lead singer, Steven Tyler.

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Minaj, whose real name is Onika Tanya Maraj flew off in what seems to be a child-like temper tantrum, filled with her famous public ghetto-like cussings at former Idol Judge, Steven Tyler this past week.

Tyler had reportedly been disgruntled with the amount of fighting, friction and tension that has been going on in the judge’s panel and set off by Minaj.  He was expressing the shameful situation in judging antics, set off by Minaj that could potentially and likely take away attention from what should be the show’s real focus, the talent on the stage.

“I know that they’ve got something going on the judges’ panel….it shouldn’t be that, it should be just the opposite. They should have something going on, which is called camaraderie,” Tyler stated.  “They should have something going on so thick and beautiful that they can lay it over the new talent that’s trying to birth itself.”

“It needs to be birthed, not judged by entertainment factors. It needs to be judged by people that [are] honest, true, that have the ‘it’ factor.  Not the ‘it’ factor because they can fight. [What] the f**k is that all about?” Tyler continued.

Tyler went on to explain further.

“These kids, they just got out of a car from the Midwest somewhere and they’re in New York City, they’re scared to death. You’re not going to get the best out of them. … If it was Bob Dylan, Nicki Minaj would have had him sent to the cornfield,” he stated.  “Whereas, if it was Bob Dylan with us, we would have brought the best of him out, as we did with Phillip Phillips. Just saying.”

As far out there with remarks as Tyler can be at times, it seems that his thinking was in the right place.  His concerns seem to be focused on the contestants and not the judge’s table squabbles.  Afterall, this show is not supposed to be about the judges.  It’s meant to be focused on the young and fresh talent trying to come up through the ranks to find a place in the spotlight.

Minaj, however, seemingly unable to comprehend or, perhaps not caring, did a swan dive into the mess even deeper with a raunchy reactive and negative emotionally fraught set of responses on Twitter, accusing Tyler of being racist.

“Steven Tyler said I would have sent Bob Dylan to a cornfield??? Steven, you haven’t seen me judge one single solitary contestant yet! I understand you really wanted to keep your job but take that up with the producers. I haven’t done anything to you. That’s a racist comment,” she tweeted.  “You assume that I wouldn’t have liked Bob Dylan??? why? black? rapper? what? go f**k yourself and worry about yourself babe.”

Her final rant statement tore Tyler to shreds as not only a person but, also a former Idol Judge.

“When Steven 1st went on Idol he was ridiculed by his peers & fans alike. Called a sell out. So what does he do? Ridicule the next judge.”

It’s clear that Idol judges wanted ratings and this kind of controversy might just garner that for them but, the question is, will the show still hold as a talent contest or will it turn itself into a reality show for the judges?

The 2013 American Idol Season appears to be one that will either burn the show off the air waves after one last season or, draw millions in viewers to watch Minaj take pot-shots at fellow judges.  Either way, the show just won’t be what it has been with Minaj at the table.  That much is certain.

We could be watching Idol having sunk to a low-level and be amongst the last of the show.  Minaj could be the kick-start to the end and Idol execs could be kicking their own rears as Fox nixes the show totally.

The 2013 Idol Season is set to go to air on January 16, 2013.

Hold onto your hats, this is going to be a very bumpy and likely ridiculous ride.