Monday, April 27, 2009

Keith Is Blogdumb

I'm not a big fan of OW but I do like to read it occasionally because they tend to find things that many people miss and/or won't admit.

This particular entry was very interesting. Keith should've known that if he's going to have a somewhat "open" blog site then he should expect backlash and not delete it. He should either moderate the damn thing or just let them speak their minds. Unfortunately, his ego is so incredibly large that he thinks that everybody loves him and wants more of him. And I think it's funny how he thinks that putting pictures of Katy up there makes him cute.
He doesn't understand that this kind of publicity only makes him look more and more stupid.

Personally speaking, I wouldn't care if he put a hundred pictures of himself and Katy up there rubbing elbows with celebrities or acting as if it's a "family" outing. What gets me is his utter lack of humility.
He says that he doesn't care what the blogs say about him? I say, bullshit. If he didn't care then why does he read them and participate in them?
In fact, if I'm correct, he's even told Dan Patrick that he reads it all, including the critics. So, I seriously doubt that he goes away from the computer unscathed or unhurt.

Keith is your obvious attention seeker. People must pay attention to him. People must like him and say good things about him. He thinks that just because the "celebrities" will let him take pictures with them that that automatically means that everybody loves him, and blogging about it makes him look like he's important and special.

This is a guy who has no idea how to live his life. Or how life really works. You can't get on an obvious Democratic site and expect people to believe you when you tell them that you're not biased. And you can't expect to have your own baseball blog and expect everybody to welcome you with open arms when a big chunk of people didn't like you to begin with.

It seems like the older he gets the more confused he gets. He forgets his lies, because he's told so many of them, that at times he contradicts himself. This doesn't go over too well with a lot of people.
Opening up a baseball blog is okay but the extent to which he has taken it is repulsive and just downright egotistical.
It's not cute and it's not humanistic. Keith is an old guy who wants people to think that he has friends of all ages and that living with a child is a good thing.
His blog has become more about him than baseball.

Sunday, April 19, 2009

Daddy and His Children

Oh look, he even gave his daughter a lollipop.

Me thinks that Mr. MemyselfandI has been reading my site.
Suddenly they want their picture posted? I will certainly oblige.
Seriously though, does he not look like their father?

The only things I see wrong about this picture is the obvious age differences, the obvious nature of the photo, it's creepy and perverted, and the fact that Keith thinks it's cute. Otherwise, it's not bad.

Funny, how all this time you couldn't find nary a one photo of them together and then Keith gets his own blog and there you go. This is so obvious it reeks. But what's even funnier is that Jason Bateman is in it. And he's the only one who looks the most confident.
Come on Keith, you can do better than that. Let's see the both of you dressed down without the insecurity.

Actions Speak Louder Than Words

You can talk a big talk Mr. MemyselfandI, but can you walk the walk? Don't get me wrong, I thought the special comment was great. But those words can apply to you as well.
Let's take these words:

This country has never "moved forward with confidence".without first cleansing itself of its mistaken past.

Sure, this country has its problems and Presidents' don't seem to want to take care of past mistakes before moving forward with a clean conscience, but can you do the same Mister?
It's one thing to make people believe that you really care about the plight of this country, but it's a whole other story trying to convince some that you really mean it.

Cleansing the past. Interesting words. They don't mean squat to you. I can see that you're trying to "go forward" with your life, and that you're trying to make others think that you've changed to the point where you really are sympathetic to our needs, but I have yet to actually witness a cleansing of your past.
Can you say without a doubt that you have apologized to all those people you stepped on, kicked, manipulated and stole from? Did you give back that huge raise after you realized many people got fired or laid off so you could get your money?
I didn't think so.
But you go ahead and you keep talking that talk, even though it's good and well meaning, but keep in mind there are people out there that know you and don't believe you could ever be a good person.
Once you've damaged the souls of others it cannot be undone without action. And your actions are speaking louder than your words.

It is good to say "we won't do it again." It is not, however...enough.

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

A Beggar For Sympathy?

I'm sorry to hear about Keith's loss but I have no sympathy for him. My condolences go out to his family and his family only.
If Keith was a truly caring individual then I would have better words for him, but since he has proven time and again how hateful and unsympathetic he has been towards so many people that has crossed his path, I find it difficult to be kind in his time of grief.

I would love more than anything to wish him better days but, unfortunately, he's the kind of person who will never change despite whatever personal tragedy comes his way. Though I believe he will miss his mother a lot I don't believe he will take this loss as anything more than what it is.
He can get up there and be an advocate for breast cancer research but I would like to see just how far he intends to go with that. Will this be the extent of his public announcement or will he volunteer some of his time to express the true nature of the devastating effects of breast cancer?

Though breast cancer doesn't run in my family I have made it a point to be involved in this research by donating money and some of my time. If it takes a personal tragedy to get this guy to do more for his fellow human being, and he doesn't stop, then I will begin to believe that maybe somewhere inside that cold heart lies a little bit of warmth.
But until that actually starts happening, I will continue to see Keith as a coldhearted bastard.

Sunday, April 5, 2009

Something That Bears Repeating

I know I've said this before but I just have to say it again. Whenever Keith is off for a few days or even a week, everything seems so calm on the internet. It's just amazing how much trouble this dude can stir up.