“Do I respect them? Not a scrap. Do I hate them? No. Do I like them? Again, no.” The use of “respect” and “like” makes sense. But why asked “Do I hate them”? “Hate” is such a strong word and sounds so personal. We show viewers don’t have personal relationships with Sam and Cait. You kind of lost me here.

Why ask myself if I hate? It’s called self reflection.

Hate is not a strong word. It is simply a word. It describes a human emotion and one that is part and parcel to the human experience. You hate just as easily and readily as you love. To deny that you are incapable of feeling hate, is to doom yourself to being ruled by it.

We show viewers don’t have personal relationships with Sam and Cait, you point out…

I never claimed that I did. It’s very rude of you to come here and serve me an admonition for your own failings in communication and comprehension. Furthermore, you sound like Donald Trump, “it’s not personal, it’s just business.” That’s one of his famous lines from before his presidency and actually, honestly, I kind of like it. I do think we take most things too personally and operate on raw emotion too often and it is creating a society of illogical morons. However, I think in this instance, with these actors, it’s not applicable. They were not minding their own business were they? They jumped right in with open arms on SM with the sole intent of giving fans the illusion of personal connection. It worked spectacularly. They established a public trust with the fans (and the Media) and intentionally mislead a trusting public for their own personal gain…. just business I’m sure is their excuse. You know why they, Sam and Cait and all of Hollywood, hate Trump? Because they fear the truth that they, too, live and die by the same ruthless inhumane motto: “it’s not personal, it’s just business.”

Have a nice day.

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