I am going to a formal event with my parents, and I thought that looking up the overly styled celebrities on the red carpet of the SAG awards would be a good place to see something new. What I saw was Ryan Eggold.
Now, I have no idea who he is. In fact, I do not care. He is a tit.
“Why such harsh words Osama?” You may be asking, I respond that you probably haven’t seen his attire above.
People older than us, and in fact, our own generation, when looking at crazed six-year-old Britney Spears wannabees, or children asking for cell phones, are decrying the downward spiral of our civilization. Why? Because there is no respect. There is nothing sacred, in fact, the only thing that is sacred is having an attitude that nothing is sacred.
Eggold (what a terrible name, you’d imagine with a name like that, being in showbiz, that he’d have the decency to change it) is the reason why our society has plummeted. That he does not feel the need to dignify an award ceremony with even a suit, illustrates why we descend into obscurity and failure as a people.
If we cannot show the respect, through proper attire, to anything, then how are we to change the world we live in? If we are to be the change we wish to see in the world, should this not be reflected in the way we choose to show up in it?