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May 17Liked by Liz Plank

I will give Sharon Stone a pass because of her brain hemorrhage and Liam had the trauma of Natasha’s death so his brain probably isn’t the same either, sad for their diminished capacity.

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yours is the only rational explanation!

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May 17Liked by Liz Plank

There is no RATIONAL explanation.

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May 18Liked by Liz Plank

I already commented on the YouTube clip. Liam is my favorite and to hear that he defends KS feels insane. I want know how his close friend Andy feels about this. Sadly we can’t have it all. If you behave badly (KS) and your industry rejects you 🤷🏻‍♀️. But don’t step in shit as a fellow actor and call bullshit. Just keep your mouth shut. Your opinion is absolutely not needed here. And expressing reveals a side of you that I no way matches what you have previously expressed. Thank you, Liz, and damn you. I’m now struggling to both decide how I feel about watching old KS movies AND questioning Liam! 🥺 I def need Andy to weigh in on this knowing his relationship with Liam. I can’t imagine that AC doesn’t have an opinion on KS.

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i feel the same way i can’t believe their teams let them make these kinds of statements!

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May 17Liked by Liz Plank

I try to retain the belief that nearly everyone can try to redeem themselves. As to what that redemption looks like, I guess that depends on how bad things are, and how much someone is willing to put the work in to be better, and to try to make things right.

I haven't followed Spacey much since 2017, but from what I have seen, I don't really see either from him, so why should I--or anyone--feel obligated to give him time, money, or forgiveness?

One is never entitled to forgiveness; no one who wronged is obligated to accept an apology. Ideally, people should be apologizing + redeeming themselves because they acknowledge their wrongdoing and because it's the *right* thing to do, full stop. It certainly feels less sincere when there's a "ok, can I get what I want now?" added on.

My two cents anyway...

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agreed there are men who have been called out and have done the work (billy bush is a good example) and i feel that too many others just expect the public to get over it instead of actually earning their place back

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May 17Liked by Liz Plank

"It's not in the Geneva Convention...yet." One of your best lines. Beautiful. Absolutely beautiful.

Would love to hear your thoughts on Scottie Scheffler and his immediate release (after they gave him breakfast in the police station during his booking).

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i wasn’t familiar with that scottie but wow…. not surprised 😕

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