Thursday, December 21, 2017

TrendSetNews.com

Come on, TrendSetNews.com, who are you trying to fool?

Your article from December 19, 2017, is titled: "Here’s Courtney Love, trying to warn people about Harvey Weinstein back in 2005."

An AV Club article from October 14, 2017 is titled: "Here’s Courtney Love, trying to warn people about Harvey Weinstein back in 2005."

Your opening:
Part of the gut-churning strangeness surrounding Hollywood’s ongoing Harvey Weinstein scandal is how quickly it’s become clear that Weinstein’s alleged abuses really were an “open” secret; it’s now apparent that a lot of people knew what “Harvey” was like around women, and almost none of them said anything (outside of a handful of inside-baseball jokes) across years of painful encounters, awkward meetings, and outright (alleged) assault. Which is what makes the following clip of Courtney Love at the 2005 Comedy Central Roast Of Pamela Anderson so striking: Not only does she try, in plain English, to warn women away from Weinstein’s grasp, but she’s also very clearly nervous—an emotion we don’t typically associate with Love’s public persona—to be doing so.
The opening from AV Club:
Part of the gut-churning strangeness surrounding Hollywood’s ongoing Harvey Weinstein scandal is how quickly it’s become clear that Weinstein’s alleged abuses really were an “open” secret; it’s now apparent that a lot of people knew what “Harvey” was like around women, and almost none of them said anything (outside of a handful of inside-baseball jokes) across years of painful encounters, awkward meetings, and outright (alleged) assault. Which is what makes the following clip of Courtney Love at the 2005 Comedy Central Roast Of Pamela Anderson so striking: Not only does she try, in plain English, to warn women away from Weinstein’s grasp, but she’s also very clearly nervous—an emotion we don’t typically associate with Love’s public persona—to be doing so.
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