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Why Ann Hornaday is Clearly Right About Seth Rogen and Judd Apatow Being Responsible for the Isla Vista Massacre

Tuesday, May 27, 2014 0 No tags 0

Today The Washington Post published an op-ed from film critic Ann Hornaday accusing actor Seth Rogen and director Judd Apatow of contributing to Elliott Rodger’s bloody rampage in Isla Vista. Yes! According to Hornaday, Rodger’s disturbing views on women and sex are the result of Seth and Judd’s frat boy films where the “shlubby arrested adolescent always gets the girl” — leading Rodger to have unrealistic expectations. And, while Seth and Judd aren’t exactly pleased with Hornaday’s piece, I would like to present some evidence that unequivocally PROVES that not only are they solely to blame for the Isla Vista shooting, but also for so many other tragedies.

A timeline of how Seth and Judd are destroying the world, movie by movie:

2008: Seth Rogen provides the voice of Mantis in Kung Fu Panda, a movie about fight-seeking, karate-chopping pandas.

2010: A panda, clearly influenced by the movie’s violent panda undertones, KILLS HER BABIES.

Coincidence…? I THINK NOT.

2008: Seth Rogen stars in and Judd Apatow produces Pineapple Express, a film glorifying the use of marijuana.

2012: Typically upstanding citizen and all-around role model Snoop Dogg suddenly thinks pot use is cool and subsequently is arrested for MARIJUANA POSSESSION.

Coincidence…? I THINK NOT.

2005: Judd Apatow writes and directs the movie The 40-Year-Old Virgin, which mocks middle-aged nerds who have never had sex.

Later in 2005: Clearly still stinging from the movie’s mocking tone, Fox News host and middle-aged virgin Glenn Beck UNLEASHES HIS FURY ON INNOCENT VICTIMS, spewing nonsensical hatred toward hurricane survivors in New Orleans and 9-11 families.

Coincidence…? I THINK NOT.

2013: Seth Rogen writes, produces and stars in This is the End, a film about the apocalypse.

2014: Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are on the cover of Vogue and their wedding is the most-talked-about news story. Obviously, Seth’s film has BROUGHT ON THE APOCALYPSE.

Coincidence…? I THINK NOT.

Phew! I am so relieved Hornaday has redirected the discussion to what we SHOULD be talking about — Kim and Kanye — rather than petty issues such as gun control and the treatment of mental illness.