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Sunday, December 14, 2008


Man, I was on Actor Laurence Fishburne's website tonight as I am watching him on CSI - Vegas babies. I found this thought from him about stardom so damned fitting to my thought's of the celebrated life of anyone:

"IT'S ONE OF THE CHALLENGES of being a very well known person: You get praise and attention from strangers and it makes you susceptible to believing that you're the greatest thing since sliced fish. But at the beginning and end of the day, you are a human being, a child of God with faults and weaknesses. We live in a society that's obsessed with celebrity. The trap is believing it. You have to practice to remain humble and grounded, to remain human, which is why I do my own grocery shopping. People come up to me in supermarkets and say, "Hey you are like the greatest," and I say "Thanks," and go do my shopping. I don't need to feel like a big deal."


  1. I Totally Agree With This Quote. If I Was A Celeb, I'd Be Like That Unless I Was Like John Lennon (R.I.P.) Famous Cuz Then That's When You Have To Watch Yourself.

  2. Nogimmicks, LF does not seem to take any shyt off any one. I am reading people who've met him and he has zero patience it seems when dealing with people invading his space. People just might fear the man. No lie.

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