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08/11/2008

Video: Ollie ollie 'f*ggots' free

by Jeremy Hooper

In this summer's "Big Brother" house, Ollie is the religious, preacher's son who prides himself on not drinking, smoking, or cursing. Yet despite those convictions, he apparently has no problem with throwing around the word "faggot." Here's one recent instance (from the August 5 "Big Brother After Dark" show):

Charming.

Ollie's 'Big Brother' bio [CBS]

*According to multiple Internet posts, Ollie was also heard on Aug. 2 (around 6 PM easter time) calling fellow houseguests memphis and Jessie "little faggots."

*Oh, and FYI: This video was taken only a short time before Ollie has on-camera sex with fellow houseguest April for the humpteenth umpeenth time this season.

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I haven't watched one minute of CBS since they cancelled Jericho.

Posted by: Jamie | Aug 11, 2008 10:50:01 AM

It's been my experience that the most religious and holiest of contestants tend to be the ones who forget that fornication (or any other vice in which they participate) is a sin but vilifying us is A-OK with the Bible.

Any time one of these hypocrites sin, they just offer up some contrite little apology and say that they have made peace with Jesus, we're all sinners and that they are just going to try harder to avoid sinning again.

Losers.

Posted by: stojef | Aug 11, 2008 11:00:36 AM

Ollie said last week that his father, an ordained minister, would be so proud of him. I guess being a playa isn't a sin anyomore. Somebody should drop the "N" bomb on him and see how he reacts.

Posted by: Steve | Aug 11, 2008 11:53:59 AM

I always figured something was not right about him, he is to quiet!

Posted by: Rob79 | Aug 11, 2008 12:15:00 PM

That video on YouTube just goes to show how people trying to play it off as the "innocent christian" are really sluts. That girl better watch out - he's probably got a disease or two.

Posted by: Scott | Aug 11, 2008 1:46:33 PM

Not that I was ever really rooting for Ollie, but here we go again with another case of demoralizing a person by calling them the worst thing you could ever possibly be: gay. Would he be saying that if Stephen, the gay rodeo dude was still in the house? I guess it ultimately doesn't matter, but seeing Ollie slur someone by throwing the f-word around gives me some perspective on his true colors.

Posted by: Derrick | Aug 11, 2008 4:31:55 PM

faggot is OUR word and no one else can use it!! we own that word...so, if you're straight you better not use it! LOL

Posted by: todd | Aug 11, 2008 5:24:48 PM

People's true colors come out in situations like this and I totally agree, someone should drop the "n" word on him and see how he reacts to it. I'm sure that his father will justify it by saying that we live an immoral lifestyle and have chosen to be this way. This is typical biblethumpin, holyer than thou behavior that is expected from the religious right.

Posted by: scottp | Aug 11, 2008 5:44:59 PM

^^^
todd, the only time I've ever heard a gay person use the word "faggot" is to jokingly mock those who use it in a serous and pejorative manner. They do not use it to act like they have some exclusive ownership of the word, so that's a pretty silly suggestion.

Posted by: Mike | Aug 12, 2008 3:52:33 PM

I am with Todd in a way on this. Even though I don't use the word it should belong to us as much as the "n" word belongs to them. Fair is fair after all so if Ollie wants to use the "f" word he should have no problem with me walking right up to him & calling him the "n" word. Like I said I would not use either word but we should have 100% ownership over the "f" word. I'm a Gay Christian & I act 10x better then this idiot does & he thinks I am the sinner?

Posted by: Brent | Aug 15, 2008 1:15:25 PM

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