We so often read about the excessive impulses of the famous.
Their drugs, their affairs, their tantrums, and their hastily conceived children.
So it's a rarity to hear a famous actor championing restraint.
In an interview with Esquire, George Clooney, the thinking man's Adonis, expressed how PO'd he is with the recently IPO'd Twitter. Or, rather, with the people who lurk there.
Twitter, believes Clooney, is not for the famous.
He began: "If you're famous, I don't -- for the life of me -- I don't understand why any famous person would … Read more