Archive for the Plastic Category

If it Aint Broke Dont Fix it.

Posted in Plastic, Uncategorized on December 20, 2008 by jahcritique

I guess as celebrities are concerned I can understand how the pressure to always look good could take its toll on you. Im sure theres no way to really understand what its like to have people taking pictures of you twenty four seven and then scrutinizing you afterwards. There definitely is an incredible amount of pressure to look good in that industry. Its so shallow that without their looks the majority of these celebs would not have a job if it wasnt for their plastic image. Sad but true, what to do. Maybe it aint so glamourous after all.


Re: I want a plastic face too!!

Posted in Plastic on December 20, 2008 by herewithnoone
Three Korean Celebrities

Three Korean Celebrities

Three other Korean celebrities

Three other Korean celebrities

I actually never learned the romanji for Korean in my korean class so I dont know how to spell their names out. Soo the mission asks to state which i prefer, the celebrity before or after their surgery.

First before & after: After

second before & after: Both

third before & after: Both

fourth before & after: After

fifth before & after: After

sixth before & after: Both (I like the before more though)



Amerie had surgery on her nose although she looks goods in her after picture, she also looks good in her before picture as well.

I think as long as these people are doing it for themselves to make themselves feel good about them self and dont do it for no one else, then its alright if they want to have surgery. If they’re doing it to appeal to people, then that i cant agree with. Heres one last before  & after pic, I personally like the after.

What Can’t be Fixed?

Posted in Plastic with tags , on December 20, 2008 by kenhh

The Show extreme make over premiered on abc back in the ending 2002. What this show did was find people that they thought  were ugly and could be surgically improved to become “pretty”. The whole 9 yards, from plastic surgery, fixing the teeth, and changing what they wear. When i first watched this show i was amazed to see the transformation. The operations did miracles on the women. I noticed that the biggest part this show focused on was the face, and what surgery could be done to enhance the features. For each woman they had worked on almost every aspect from their lips to their eyebrow structure. Having to implant pieces of plastic under the skin. I began to think what has this world come to? where you can have you face changed to meet your every wish. In the future this is only going to get cheaper, so how many people are not going to be part (plastic).

The video i choose was about a woman that felt she was to masculine to attract men, she going to tell how sad she is and how in order for her to feel good about her self see needs this makeover. This is a classic example of how this societies mind set has changed, and how it is affected by today media. she feels if you don’t have certain features you don’t feel like a woman…… In the future to come everyone will have some plastic in themselves.

Also this show showing what was possible with plastic surgery, they are expanding the market. This is like a long detail commercial about their services. I bet because of this show made many people in the US doubt their bodies and have they twick what they thought was wrong. This showed that anyone can have these operation not just the famous.

Plastic Market & Beyoncé Giselle Knowles

Posted in Plastic on December 18, 2008 by barbamark

Am I the only one that see’s Beyoncé Giselle Knowles as plastic?  The term sell-out seems to only pose against hip-hop artist and other street influenced genres.  What about the pop artist?  Everyone seems to idolize her for the perfect image she poses for everyone around her.  I’m not buying it.  First of all let’s look at the stages of her career.  When she first came out with Destiny’s Child, her music was about ridiculing men for treating women unfairly.  Songs like, “No, No, No”, “Independent Women Part 1”, and “Bills, Bills, Bills” all of a sudden switches off to supporting men to songs like “Cater 2 U”.
It appears to the general public that not selling out means not making music for the money.
Beyoncé Giselle Knowles has done interviews in which she admits of her alter ego as a performer.  She describes her as being aggressive, fierce, and wild.  As suppose to when we see her doing an interview, she is calm, laid, back, and innocent.
What I’m trying to say is I believe that Beyoncé thinks the music industry is a game and her points is in the money she makes.  She can’t fully represent the songs she sings about.  You know hard love and all that.  She’s married!  What does she know?  I think that she uses the negative situation of others and banks off of that.  If she claims she’s Sasha Fierce when she performs, does she just thing the whole industry is a game?  Plain in simple: She’s being someone she’s not.

Guess Who!

Posted in Plastic on December 18, 2008 by elikapeka

01-tom-cruiseTom Cruise

Real Name: Thomas Mapother IV







Kirk Douglas

Real Name: Issur Danilovich Demsky






Tony Curtis

Real Name: Bernard Shwartz






Jerry Lewis

Real Name: Joseph Levitch








Nicolas Cage

Real Name: Nicolas Kim Coppola







Whoopi Goldberg

Real Name: Caryn Johnson







Charlie Sheen

Real Name: Carlos Irwin Estevez








Cary Grant

Real Name: Archibald Leach








Christian Slater

Real Name: Christian Michael Leonard Hawkins








Bruce Willis

Real Name: Walter Willison






John Wayne

Real Name: Marion Michael Morrison






Pretty amazing huh!?!  So what makes a good screen name?  And do you think we would like these people as much if they had kept their real names?


Posted in Lack of Creativity, Plastic on December 17, 2008 by herewithnoone

Do you know what that is? Its an electronic bubble wrap toy/simulator…first saw the American commercial for it this morning. I looked it up later to find out that it is actually a Japanese invention. I really dont know what to say, I mean, I know bubble wrap is fun to pop, but this is just silly. Plus, I think this kind of takes some of the fun out of popping bubble wrap. They have also made a new type that includes voices of anime girls.

White Culture?

Posted in Actuality, Chaos -> Regime, music, Plastic, Survey of Action and Ideology, You Call Yourself An Artist! on December 17, 2008 by jklarson

Is there such a thing as white culture?  Is it worth preserving?  Is white, cracker, honkey, ofay, cornbread, casper, redneck  synonymous with racist, duplictous greed?  Or is there something here worth standing up for?  Does standing up for white culture have to mean standing against all other cultures?  What is white culture anyway?  Is it Celtic, German, American, punk rock, country western, folk, or classical?

Some people have suggested that in order for white youth to fully recognize their stolen position of power, they must identify with aspects of their own culture which are autonomous from that invested hierarchy.  Can Punk Rock save us from ourselves?  Can Beethoven anchor these ancient slave ships to more innocent moorings?  Or are white folk irredeemably corrupt and tainted by our history?