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Submitted by Gekko 554d ago | video

Gary Busey Has Some Thoughts About Hobbits

Vince Mancini:

I don’t know what TheBuseyZone is, or how they got this video uploaded to YouTube in September and it’s barely gotten 1,000 views since then, but whoever they are, I look forward to more videos like this one, in which Gary Busey, wearing a hat two-sizes too small that says “NFL,” a denim shirt, and those huge sunglasses old people wear, offers up some of his personal opinions about hobbits. I realize that at this point Gary Busey has clearly realized that his main value to society is in constantly saying crazy things and has played to it accordingly, but I don’t care. Even when it’s totally contrived, there’s a magical craziness that Gary Busey brings to acting crazy that no one could ever fully imitate. (Culture, Gary Busey, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey)

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