January 29, 2007, - 1:14 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
Last week, I warned you about Dennis Rodman–the aptly-nicknamed “The Worm”–who won’t go away. As I noted, he’s back with “Geek to Freak,” a cable show on HDNet in which he says he’ll take nerdy people “for a walk on the wild side.”
Well, the wild side was even worse than I thought. And it gives new meaning to the titles of the books someone once ghost-wrote for him, “Bad as I Wanna Be,” and “I Should Be Dead By Now.”
Rodman is actually taking Americans into criminal enterprises, like pimping. Are authorities watching? Here’s more on the execrable Rodman’s sewerage from USA Today “Sports on TV” columnist, Michael Hiestand, who calls it “Inspiration” (hopefully, he’s being facetious):
We’re not making this up: HDNet officially describes this show, where the ex-NBA star “takes ordinary people” and “pushes them to take on experiences,” as Rodman taking “his devilish turn at outing a secretary as a stripper, a construction worker as a cross-dresser ‚Äî taking his volunteers into bondage, oil wrestling, sex, drugs, rock ‘n roll ‚Äî even pimping!” Cuban, the Dallas Mavericks owner, promises the show takes Rodman’s “freakiness to new levels.” And it’s about time.
No, it’s actually NOT time for this. Ever.
Thanks to bratty billionaire Marc Cuban for pimping this excrement on the American public through his HDNet. One wonders whether he’d like his young daughter taken to “new levels” of “freakiness” by Dennis Rodman. Somehow, I doubt it.
First, Cuban makes a movie sympathetic to homicide bombing Islamic terrorists on U.S. soil, then a movie about a Syrian Muslim falsely accused of assassinating President Bush. And now, he’s contributing to the further homicide bombing, assassination of basic American morals.
E-mail Marc Cuban to let him know what you think.
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