Tuesday, August 29, 2006

Johnny Depp has become a danger to us all

John Mark Karr will not be charged with the murder of JonBenet Ramsey. After ten million articles published on the sordid twist to the sordid tale I've finally figured out why Karr confessed to an unspeakable crime he had no involvement in.

Karr, clearly obsessed with the murder, had penned a manuscript about it and wanted Johnny Depp to
portray him as the misunderstood child-killer.

There was a time actors such as Lon Chaney, Bela Lugosi and Borris Karloff, under heavy makeup and unattractive prosthetics, portrayed the freaks and outsiders of the world.

These days this territory has become the domain of
Depp, with his perfect cheekbones and generous pout.

While it's true John Mark Karr didn't hurt anyone besides the Colorado taxpayer and the reputation of a certain blogger who prematurely
exonerated the late Patsy Ramsey, it is only a matter of time before somebody really does horrible things because he thinks Johnny Depp will feel his pain and portray him on celluloid.

Johnny Depp, your brooding good looks and off-beat role choices are officially hurting America.

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