Friday, April 25, 2014

Hollywood actor Stellan Skarsgård brilliantly argues against spending government money on private schools and speaks out against religious influence.

I am a huge fan of Stellan Skarsgård, and he is in some of my favorite movies.

The video is from a Swedish talk show, where they clearly have very open and interesting conversations. 


  1. That was refreshing. Thanks for that. The guy’s got his head screwed on straight, that’s for sure.

  2. Anonymous7:22 AM

    OT/.. they finally pulled the AA banner from the Sportsman FB page.. no longer is Palin on the masthead.. what about that!! and her last few shows garnered very few responses..

    1. Anonymous7:45 AM

      7:22 AM, It couldn't happen to a nicer fraud. Here is an excellent reason to only publish OLD, OLD photos of the screech. There is nothing left to hold her up except the two large flotation devices.



      Sarah Palin TW Shannon Ted Cruz US Senate

  3. Leland7:32 AM

    You're right, Gryphen! This man is good.

    And I absolutely LOVED the dig at Bush! Do you get the impression he doesn't care too much for that idiot?

    One of the things that impressed me the most about this clip is the MANNERS of the other participants. Not once did they try to interrupt him while he was speaking and I could swear there was some pretty intense disagreement on a couple elf faces.

    Open and honest discourse. A lost art in this country for too many people.

    1. Anonymous7:47 AM

      Gryph is usually right. Definitely with good taste.

  4. Anonymous7:50 AM

    This is OT - pictures from Palin's appearance last night for
    T.W. Shannon.
    The link will take you to a bunch.
    Looks like Palin cleaned up fairly well - but look at her hands. In this picture hugging Shannon they look like skeleton hands. And the black jeans are there too.

  5. WA Skeptic8:46 AM

    You know this wasn't on American TV; nobody interrupted the speaker and nobody frothed at the mouth or anything! Amazing!

  6. Anonymous10:18 AM

    Oh crush on Stellan just hit new heights.

  7. I was MOST impressed by the fact that the interviewer and the others on the dais did not interrupt or shout over what Mr. Skarsgård had to say.

    Unlike the "we are part of the news, not just reporting the news" hosts of cable news/current events programs here.

    BTW, I too have enjoyed the variety of films Stellan Skarsgård has made better by his presence in them.

  8. WA Skeptic, I just noticed your comment after I hit the "publish" button! We're thinking along the same lines -- that's the one thing that most irritates me about American interviewing -- the rudeness, the interrupting, the loud non-stop monologues ignoring counterpoints from others...

  9. Anonymous4:24 PM

    Now THAT, is what I call a TALK show. Even in this arena, Palin, Cruz, Bundy, would be out of their depth.

  10. Anita Winecooler5:20 PM

    I enjoyed his interview and his POV. I love watching programs from other countries, people can disagree without being disagreeable and both sides usually get their point across.


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