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Thursday, July 15, 2010

Mad Mel-Beyond Thick-n-dumb

Aren't the streets of Tinseltown paved with gold? Judging by what Mel keeps stepping in, it seems the streets around Gibson's place must be paved with something else. Curb your dogs, people! You too Mel.–Dale


Woodsterman (Odie) said...

Oh that evil Lohan!

Anonymous said...

(written by me so do not remove for copyright)

A calculating woman armed with a tape recorder — that's our modern day Delilah accompanied by Paparazzi Philistines in league to destroy a mighty warrior.

"And it came to pass, when she pressed him daily with her words, and urged him, so that his soul was vexed unto death..." (Judges 16)
And vexed he was. "You don't care," Mel sneered at Oksana Giorieva. I wonder if Samson spat out those same words to Delilah as the Philistines gouged out his eyes.

Samson was deeply in lust. So was Mel. Both men were strayed and betrayed, but let us examine the bait. As a Hollywood chauffeur, I've heard a parade of sirens chew men up, spit them out and watch them crawl back begging for more. They know exactly what buttons to push, what words to say and how to say them. Mel should have suspected the trap when the part Oksana was playing rang false to her history. Samson should have suspected the trap after Delilah's rehearsals to weaken and bind him. Men can be so blind.

"For the lips of an immoral woman drip honey,
And her mouth is smoother than oil;
But in the end she is bitter as wormwood,
Sharp as a two-edged sword." (Prov 5)

Samson had many women. So did Mel. Samson became obsessed with one and sacrificed everything for her. So did Mel. Delilah was a home-wrecker in league with an army, so was Oksana with the media in tow, three previous husbands and Mel's wife in her wake.

Oksana delivered a poised performance and Gibson fell for it right on cue. As disgusting as Mel's rant was, it's an all too common occurrence usually ignored as battered women forgive their abusers. Those are the women deserving of real help, not thrice-divorced socialites standing to gain multi-millions, living in the homes of their manipulated sugardaddys.

No, this was the tortured realization of a man that he lost the best thing he ever had, his wife of 30 years and mother of his 7 children. Robyn, the essence of grace recently said, "Mel never engaged in any physical abuse of any kind toward me before, during or after our marriage. Mel was a wonderful and loving father." Mel's slow realization to have lost a woman like that for the cold void of Delilah can be heard in the torment of his words. The desperation, the hope against hope of trying to make something out of the ashes that cost so dearly as his enemies loomed in the backdrop. Ever since "The Passion of the Christ," a film that rocked an audience to the core and that Hollywood failed to understand, those enemies have waited to tear Mel to shreds.

Dale said...

Thanks Anon for the apt and insightful Samson and Delilah analogy. Can't wait for the final act where Mel finds true repentance and brings down the house of Dagon.