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Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Everybody is NUTS kids!

Dear Readers:

We don't know what's going on, or whether it's just that time of year again, but human feet are starting to wash up on the shores of British Columbia once more! (No bodies ......, just feet!)


Image result for kanye westYesterday I made Kayne West and the rest of that walking disaster zone our "Asshole of the Day," and then today we get reports that Kayne is starting to lose it big time, whenever, and wherever he goes!

It's getting to the point that the rest of the family don't want to be seen in public with him! (We should have a contest to see who is the bigger asshole, Kayne or Trump. Now that's reality TV!)

From Josh Kurp:

After sorting through his couch cushions for spare change, which is the most relatable thing he’s done in years, Kanye West, who claims he’s $53 million in debt, reached out to Mark Zuckerberg for a small loan. What’s one billion smackers between the CEO of Facebook and Kim Kardashian’s husband?
(2016 is a very weird time to be alive.)
Zuckerberg still hasn’t responded (unlike Pizza Hut, which offered him a job), but the ever-helpful Internet is making sure Kanye can keep his family in furs and houses. A GoFundMe has been started to “Get Kanye Out of Debt.”
As Kanye West has told us time and time again he is the “greatest living artist and greatest artist of all time.” Great artists need to be supported financially to achieve their full potential.
To quote Mr. West, “I am Warhol. I am the number one most impactful artist of our generation. I am Shakespeare in the flesh. Walt Disney. Nike. Google. Now who’s gonna be the Medici family and stand up and let me create more!”
The founder of the campaign, Jeremy Piatt, told Mashable that he’s “trying to help out the greatest living artist of our time while he’s in need… I knew I had to do anything I could to help, because as all my friends would tell you, I’m just a very giving person.” So far, his “friends” have donated $314.
Some people are taking the stunt very seriously. Too seriously.
I donate negative 54 million dollars. Maybe his clothing line should not have looked like the bums in Compton designed them. Wtf?? How about we raise money to feed starving children here in America?? Hmmm.. What a thought.
Please….How about you suck the implant out of your wifes ass and auction it off…..What an Idiot
I will leave you zero dollars. You are the biggest jerkoff in the world and married to that disgusting pig. I’ll be willing to help you raise money if you’re willing to fight me for a charity event. 50% goes to a charity such as St. Jude’s, Make A Wish or Wounded Warrior and the other 50% goes to your stupid cause. I don’t want a dollar…only the satisfaction of punching you in the face. Let’s see what kind of man you really are.
Says the man commenting on a GoFundMe page. If you want to donate $52.9 million, or threaten to punch Kanye in the face, here you go.
In case you haven't noticed, Kanye West recently rediscovered Twitter and has been using it all day (all day) to tweet about everything from his Yeezy collection and his "personal debt" to Taylor Swift and even the Grammys.
The tweets, which have confused us all, became the butt of Stephen Colbert's jokes Tuesday night on "The Late Show." 
Colbert kicked things off by poking fun at the "The Life of Pablo" rapper's Grammys absence; Ye tweeted that he wouldn't attend the award show unless they promised him Album of the Year, an award for which he was not nominated. 
Of course, the award went to Swift, who used her acceptance speech to send a clear message to Kanye after the whole "Famous" lyrics debacle. (For the record, no one thinks Kanye made Swift famous.)
Referencing the graphic line, Colbert joked, "Kanye, I have a feeling the odds of you having sex with Taylor Swift are about the same as you winning a Grammy you weren't nominated for … But Kanye's got bigger problems than Grammys he wasn't nominated for."
The late-night host went on to address more of the rapper's tweets, such as the ones below: 
Colbert found it mostly amusing that Kanye used Twitter to reach out to Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook. (Same thing, right?) 
"Brilliant!" the comedian joked. "I can't think of a better way to reach out to the founder of Facebook than the one place he's sure to look: Twitter."

Kayne's not the only one to lose it over the past few days. Reports from TMZ say that Rihanna was screaming and hysterical before she bailed on the Grammys, but there are conflicting stories about what triggered her outburst. 
Sources connected with the show and several sources who were not connected but present at the show tell TMZ ... the singer was loudly expressing displeasure over her rehearsal. They say she was loud and upset and, as we first reported, bailed on the event.   
Rihanna's people say she had a medical issue ... bronchitis that was so bad she could not perform and that's why she left. Sources close to RiRi tell us she was too upset to stay and watch the show.
It's interesting ... Rihanna sang flawlessly two nights before the Grammys at a Lionel Richie charity event. Several sources say her voice was also great at the Grammys rehearsal.

MATTER OF FACT: Everybody in this world except you and me are nuts bunky, and sometimes I'm not so sure about you!


Image result for david milchRumours out of Hollywood that  David Milch, the storied mind behind 'Deadwood' and 'NYPD Blue'  has got a serious gambling problem.

Now, according to a lawsuit, the racetrack regular has lost his homes, owes the IRS $17 million and is on a $40-a-week allowance.

Yup, life sure has its ups and downs! Still, his supporters say: "He's brilliant.” (Just not very smart!)