Top 100 Creepy People #41-50

Creepy Person #50- Grace Jones

If cannibalism were allowed today, Grace Jones would eat you.  She has to be the most intimidating woman on the planet, and I like most males am creeped-out by women who can kick my ass, especially women who could do it without really even trying.

 

Creepy Person #49- Roseanne Barr

Roseanne is sort of gross/creepy.  That voice alone is enough to make you want to put a bullet in your brainpan, and if you rent She Devil, you’ll be pleased (or completely creeped-out) with a nudie shot of her.  Yuck.

 

Creepy Person #48- Andy Warhol

This is another person that was suggested by a friend.  He’s creepy.  He looks creepy, and his art is weird, but recently I caught a couple of his old movies (which he directed) on one of the Showtime channels.  They were Flesh for Frankenstein and Blood for Dracula.  On top of being terrible films in general, they were extremely creepy.

 

Creepy Person #47- Tom Ctuise

I originally had Tom Cruise at #100.  The whole Katie Holmes thing got him on the list.  He, old enough to be her father, marries her, and she disappears.  Then I remembered the whole Scientology thing, and he quickly shot up the list.  Here we have a guy who is now purported to be the head of a completely made-up religion.  This particular religion at one point attempted to infiltrate the American government (it’s true check out operation Snow White).  His new videos are legendary.  He is definitely creepy.

 

Creepy Person #46- Al Gore

He’s a creepy looking guy, but that is not what creeps me out.  It’s the whole attempt to change our society by pushing a made up global problem with fictitious facts and skewed numbers on a world that does not need his help, while at the same using more energy personally than some small countries.

 

Creepy Person #45- Carrot Top

Creepy act, creepy props, roided out, and, oh yeah, he looks like this:

            

  Creepy.

 

Creepy Person #44- Dr Phil

“What were you thinkin’” putting Dr Phil on this list?  I have a low opinion of psychology in general, but here we have a guy who claims to want to help people, and obviously the best way to do that is to allow them to air their dirty laundry to all of America while at the same time berating them.  You might refer to this as ‘selling out’, but no, selling out would be to then endorse an online dating service as if that were a good way to meet someone and build a good relationship.  When is America going to hold it’s psychologists and counselors up to a higher standard?  They already have a 70% divorce rate (including Dr. Phil) which runs a full 15 percentage points above the national average.  Fix your own house before you come and try to fix mine, creep.

 

Creepy Person #43- Alice Cooper

No creepy list would be complete without a few of the creepy rockers on it.  Alice Cooper looks creepy, sings creepy, and has a creepy stage presentation.  For all of that, he comes off as some kind of nice guy whenever he is interviewed.  For this reason, he drops a few notches compared with the other creepy rockers.

 

Creepy Person #42- Ozzie Ozbourne

He is creepy in the same way that Alice Cooper is.  He has the creepy music, he had the creepy look, and his stage show included defecation and bat eating.  Score!  However, he has lost some of his hard creepy rocker edge in the last few years.  Not to worry though, it has been replaced be an equally creepy befuddled old man that shuffles around and talks to himself.  Drugs are indeed creepy.

 

Creepy Person #41- Courtney Love

She is a different kind of creepy, the nasty kind.  She is the kind of girl that could be hot when seeing her isn’t turning your stomach.  Don’t touch guys.  That stuff does not wash off.

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We Should Start Calling This Guy ‘Chicken Little’

First of all, someone should let Al Gore know that, unfortunately, he is winning.  He continues to spout his mantra regarding Global Warming and continues to escalate the rhetoric even though he has much of the scientific community, many politicians from both sides, and almost all of the media on his side.  With such a following of heavy-hitters, why would he constantly be ratcheting up his speech?

He obviously is terrified of the prospect of having to defend his views on either political of scientific grounds.  Any time a person, no matter their credentials or facts, comes forward with an argument or evidence contrary to the dogmatic views held by Al Gores and his supporters, they are greeted with the statement that ‘the science is settled’ on this issue.  That is perhaps the biggest load oxymoronic of crap to ever be foisted on the scientific community and the world in general.  It is referred to as the ‘Global Warming Theory’, not the ‘Global Warming Fact’.  By definition, the Global Warming Theory is debatable, and as a scientific theory, it is the responsibility of scientists to test the veracity of the ideas that it proposes.  Al Gore knows there are serious problems with the theory and the data that is used to back it up.  He, therefore, refuses to have any part of the theory debated or his data challenged.  Al Gore sees his best tact to be to destroy the credibility of anyone who questions his ‘facts’. 

This all brings me to this article.  Here, Gore uses another popular tactic that is most often used by those whose arguments are weak, attempting to give their position more weight by tying it to WWII and the fight against Fascism.  I’ll give him credit for not invoking Holocaust imagery in this speech, but that and slavery can not be far off.  This is the political side if the same argument that he uses against the scientists mentioned above.  Any scientist who argues against Global Warming has no credibility, and any politician who does might as well have supported the Fascists in WWII.  In the speech, Gore tells the students that their generation has the ability to be heroes on the level of those heroes of WWII who delivered the world from the Fascists.

Al Gore may have already won the battle, but he is not taking any chances.  He does not want to let any issues like, the fact that the globe is actually cooling or world hunger to get in the way of his political and social agendas.  I, personally, would just like to see the debate occur, but as it is right now, I doubt that will happen.  To use my own hyperbolic analogy, the Global Warming proponents’ tactics most often remind me of those employed by the Inquisition.