posted on Sep, 21 2010 @ 11:22 AM
It really depends on the person I think.
Lets use the initial post, lady gaga, as an example.
I think she is attractive and her music has a catchy jingle to it. I would ask for her to sign something (obligitory, if anything, to sell one day..)
then ask her about her inspiration..see if she is little more than a corporate creation or if she herself adds creativity and artistic vision in her
work...if she is a corporate creation, I would simply see her as a icon of fame more than a person of deserved creative acknowledgement...if she was
gaga co. I would probably look to end the conversation gracefully...I got the only thing worthwhile (the autograph) and wouldn't bother trying to
engage in conversation anymore.
If however it turned out she was indeed responsible for her video and lyric content, I would no doubt be asking her about the symbolism she used, if
there was any real meaning behind it, how she came to decide on using it, etc...gauge her intellectual level overall...then I would ask her a simple
Once you have grown tired of the simple celeb things...getting big homes, cars, etc...what do you reckon your focus will be...celebs have
status...status brings attention and potential change to things, be it famine somewhere, or just about anything else...a celeb focused on changing
something can be very strong in manipulating millions upon millions of peoples views and can start movements...one would hope that with such power
would come wisdom.
Oh...and in both examples, for Gaga, I would of course see if I could have sex with her...but that is sort of a obvious underlying current anyhow...as
I said, I find her attractive..brains or not (looks grab attention, brains keep it)