Warning: if Spencer Pratt drives you up the wall, or if you find the topic of waterboarding to be controversial and / or potentially offensive, then what you are about to read may disturb you.
We’ve all known for a while now that Spencer Pratt of “The Hills” prides himself with his patriotism, and that he also has a tendency to lose his cool quickly. He was banned temporarily from the MTV show because of his temper, and he his using his time off to join a cyber crime-fighting unit and reportedly pitch a reality show about their business.
Always the gentleman, Spencer had this to say:
“They kicked me off ‘The Hills‘ because they say I’m too angry, but really I was just angry that I was doing nothing on ‘The Hills‘ and doing nothing to contribute to our free and open society of America. My friends had medical marijuana issues, so I was always worried about secondhand smoke, so I thought, ‘Oh my gosh, I’m never going to be the director of the CIA,’ but now I hear they recently changed that policy, and I think that they may have done that just so people like me who had friends in high places could still fit into the politics of the intelligence community. I was the biggest fan of ’24’ but there was such fakeness; I don’t believe any American agent would chop off anybody’s head. Waterboarding would do the trick.”
For the sake of both Spencer and all of America, we can only hope the guy is joking.
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