Saturday, June 7, 2014

Good For Him

From the Chicago Tribune: Do not disturb Kevin Spacey while he's working.
The "House of Cards"€ star was performing the one-man-show "€œClarence Darrow"€ at London's Old Vic, when a patron's cell phone suddenly went off, according to a report by the British paper  "The Independent."
During a pivotal courtroom speech, the audience member's cell phone's ring tone rang loudly enough for the whole room to hear.
Interrupted, the actor remained in character, turned to the audience and exclaimed, "If you don't answer that, I will!"
Spacey received a round of applause for his improvisational theatrics; like in "€œHouse of Cards,"€ his breaking of the fourth wall worked out pretty well.,0,2231371.story
I really think that within the next 15 years, it will be shown that the cell phone was in the top 3 of the worst inventions in history.
The cell phone has killed hundreds if not thousands of people, led to to more rudeness amongst people, deadened people's brains and has caused many a person to come down with carpel tunnel syndrome.
Good for Spacey for coming down on a cell phone user.

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