Really? Ok old, old, old person who saw the signing of the Declaration of Independence, I have never lived past the date of my birth and you know why? Because it’s just not possible so the perception of what I find difficult is what? Difficult, because difficultly is based on perception of the person experiencing it and not by the perception of an angry, pessimistic, wrinkly old person who is past their prime and smells like rotting brain matter from lack of proper use. Now I know that one day I’ll be old and wrinkly and think of how good young people have it…actually I don’t think they have it good.
When I was a teen there was no such thing as Youtube, Myspace, Facebook or texting. There was internet but it was sort of in it’s infancy as to popularity. What they have to go through now with the Youtube taunting, the Myspace popularity, the Facebook cheating or the sexting isn’t something to EVER be jealous of. Obscurity isn’t something that a teen ‘enjoy’ any more. It’s getting hard and harder to be unseen and now with phones that can do so much hiding isn’t an option, being perfect is.
Wednesday night was the CMAs and I missed them and I’m upset because I am in love with Carrie Underwood and I missed the award show mocking of Kanye West. That’s the good old Country Folk sticking together to defeat a devilish foe. Prior to the event jealousy reared its ugly head and by ugly I mean Wynonna Judd.
Excerpt from Yahoo! Music:
The country legend, one-half of famed mother-daughter duo the Judds, spoke to USA Today before the awards show, commenting in regards to Swift's extraordinary sweep of 2009: "You want my honest comment? It’s too much too soon."
"Mom [Naomi Judd] and I rode in a car for the first year of our career to visit radio stations," Judd continued.
"There was a making of the star, there was a rising up, and the fans went with us. "Now it’s over coffee breaks, the success, almost. It's like the girl who wins an Oscar and she's under 20. What do you do from here?"
I have seen Taylor Swift deal with a lot in the public eye and now that she’s getting recognized for her talents someone from the same industry has to piss all over it with their geritolic attitude that ain’t nobody asked for, let alone has a fantasy about. The difficulties of yester-year are not worse than what people have to go through now. A comfort of now doesn’t mean comfort in all realms of someone’s life. Difficulty weeds itself into any situation no matter the technological advancements of the age.
The fact that this Judd cannot appreciate what Taylor Swift has done and gone through and how gracious she has been through many things that has happened to her is a terrible thing for an adult to show a younger person. Why couldn’t she have remembered feeling that happy when she was younger to be doing what she loved, going from place to place playing and performing for the fans that were in tow? Why did she choose to focus only on the negative? Why did she choose to piss on someone else’s joyful moment that would be like her going from radio station to radio station?
Because she allowed her self to be a jaded, bitter, hag of a country star (photo is her without that future technology called make-up) and that’s terrible to say and terrible to see happen. What a huge disappoint she would be to her younger self and it’s just pathetic that she can’t take stock of what she felt when she was younger and apply it to how Taylor Swift is feeling now.
Grow up Judd and shut up until doing so. Ain’t nobody need to hear your tiresome, witless thoughts on who deserves what award and the idiot that thought that it was worth asking your opinion should now know not to ever waste their time because all they get is condescending dribble.
Let her have her moment, let her bask and for god sake stop trying to upstage her….it just doesn’t work.