I have to be honest. The longer Speidi remains a part of the public landscape, the more I like them. They're vile, craven, famewhores who'll debase themselves on TV and in tabloids for money and attention and I find it fascinating. In theater-speak it's known as "staying in the moment" and they're 110% committed to being total assholes all of the time. I kind of respect that. And they've allegedly parlayed their notoriety as pseudo-celebrity tools into $3 million over the last couple of years. How does that make you feel?
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