Father Tony

The A-List - Don't Hate Them Because They're Beautiful

Filed By Father Tony | September 30, 2010 10:30 AM | comments

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Sometimes wisdom comes to us from unusual sources. You'd not expect to be impressed with anything more than the looks of the cast members of LOGO's new gay reality series The A-List premiering Monday Oct 4th 10/9c, but I attended a mixer with them and interviewed them after a screening of the first episode and found them to be likable, sensible, hardworking and able to navigate their way through the treacherous waters of beauty, fame, wealth and opportunity. This show is like good chocolate cake. You know it's bad for you, but you love it anyway and it's worth eating once a week. I laughed out loud at some of the banter and silliness, and I think it's the kind of show you ought to watch with friends and family.

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Chocolate? Looks more like candy corn to me.

I don't hate people bacause they are beautiful ... but I do dismiss them if they think that being on the A-list is a license to treat others who don't make the list like POS.

I'm not saying that these guys in particular are guilty --- but I am saying that there's a lot of that going around.

Rev. M. Vernon Hunt | October 3, 2010 11:16 PM

My cable provider doesn't carry Logo (boo?) but even if it did I would not watch. These are not the sort of people I find interesting or worthy of my time. Maybe they're good people; I just don't care. It's not my scene, nor do I aspire for it to be. More power to 'em if they're happy and successful, but I don't care about them or their lives.