A headline in the Jersey Journal:
'Jersey Shore' stars Snooki and Deena party with Hoboken celebrity chef Chris Nirschel, others
Celebrity chef? Whoa, slow down there captain headline guy. Deion Sanders is a celebrity. Jennifer Aniston is a celebrity. Pee Wee Herman is a celebrity. Calling someone a celebrity who was on a cooking contest show means it's time for fightback on this topic. America, we have to stop lowering our celebrity qualifications. We're sure he's a fine chef and a pleasant man. We're sure he feeds a lot of happy people and we're sure he always washes his hands after using the restroom. A celebrity?
Johnny Action Space Punk Blogging Celebrity. See, it's just not right. Itsa no good. What we need is a celebrity summit where we draw up a Magna Carta of celebrity standards. Before he became the Konservative Komic after 9/11, Dennis Miller used to be funny. He made a great point once, that in order to get attention and adulation you used to actually have to do something. Right a wrong, win a war, cure a disease. Now people who enter contest shows and drunken little Elvira Hobbits are celebrities.
As a Republic, we can do better than that.
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