Deirdre was right, of course, and nothing more needed to be said on the subject, but it might have been better for the sake of the story if she could have thought of a bit more to say on the subject. It would certainly give us all a better sense of Deirdre’s character. Then again, perhaps the fact that she doesn’t have too much to say is revealing enough in its own way.
I guess it is right when people say that celebrities can be strange and mysterious people. I was going to say something about being ordinary and extraordinary and the alleged paradox that this duality creates, but we’ve been down this road before. I’m not sure we need to go down it again.
I guess it is also right when other people say that celebrities can be stupid and shallow and have nothing to say. It is also fair to say that you don’t need to be a celebrity to be strange or mysterious or stupid and shallow and have nothing to say.
All of this is fine and fair and exactly how we would expect the world to be turning, but I do think that it is also true to say that this particular story does appear to have a very high percentage of celebrities who are strange and mysterious and stupid and shallow and have nothing to say. You can decide for yourself whether this is a good or a bad thing.
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Inspired by his passion for films and video games, Barnaby Taylor loves writing dystopian science fiction and horror. His most popular books are the four volumes of the VIRO series, available in paperback and electronic form. They can also be ordered at all good bookshops.
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