Robert Downey, Jr.
Robert Downey, Jr. is the best example we have of our diseased society. The government oppresses him, overtly. But even his friends can look on him only as a "troubled young man". What he is, is a great artist who has drug preferences that are not shared by the majority of our culture. One hundred years ago, this would have made him an eccentric. Today, it makes him a criminal.
- Here we have a little biography of Robert Downey, Jr. so you'll understand why how he got to where he is now and why we like him so much. It also includes detailed instructions on how to distinguish him from Judd Nelson.
- I don't doubt that Downey can write, but when it comes time for him to write his autobiography he really should hire me to ghostwrite. Without my writing and heroin related skills, the biography will likely turn into something like Take it Like a Man by Boy George. I we don't think anyone wants that.
- 2 August 2000
- Robert Downey Jr. is released from jail, but it isn't like he (or anyone) is free outside of jail in this country.
- 15 December 2000
- Downey is arrested again under questionable circumstances. Will we never leave this young man alone?
- 5 May 2001
- Downey is arrested for a misdemeanor. His offenses get smaller and smaller--but does that make society any more understanding? What do you think?
- 27 March 2002
- Downey is on the home stretch (again), but he still hasn't contacted me about ghostwriting his autobiography. If the police would just leave him alone, I'm sure he'd get around to it.