Kirstie Alley Drops Epic Response After Critic Slams Her Survival Skills

by Josh Lanier
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Kirstie Alley doesn’t have time for critics. She’s too busy learning new skills. Alley recently tweeted that everyone should know basic survival abilities, which annoyed one critic who didn’t know she was speaking from experience.

In her earlier tweet, Alley lays out some of those survival skills she believes everyone should know.

“I think people should learn to sew cook clean grow crops fix cars some plumbing some electrical work carpentry hunting fishing canning water filtering …. probably never have to use some of these skills but they could come in handy … just saying.”

One of her followers pointed out that he could do all of those things, what about her? Alley was having none of it.

The replies were even less kind to, Dougie. Though, he tried to reframe his point once the backlash began.

“I am SERIOUS, this would be a great project for you. Really. A show on doing home repairs, auto repairs, all around maintenance. Household chores and crafts. Gardening, pet care, etc. With your wit and humor it would not only be informative, but highly entertaining! #JustDoIt,” he tweeted.

Alley had moved on.

But the actress has a point. Learning these basic skills can be a literal lifesaver in some instances. They can also save you a lot of money as well. Knowing some basics of a trade means you can tackle that problem at your house or while stuck on the side of the road without needing to call someone out at your expense.

Kirstie Alley Responds to Katie Couric’s Cult Comments

Kirstie Alley also recently clapped back at friend Katie Couric. The journalist appeared on “Real Time with Bill Maher” and said Donald Trump supporters need to be “deprogrammed.”

Couric slammed Republicans in Congress and chastised news agencies for feeding people misinformation and inciting hatred.

“I mean, it’s really bizarre, isn’t it, when you think about how AWOL so many of these members of Congress have gotten,” she says. “But I also think some of them are believing the garbage that they are being fed 24/7 on the Internet, by their constituents, and they bought into this big lie. And the question is how are we going to really almost deprogram these people who have signed up for the cult of Trump.”

Alley, an outspoken Trump supporter, was furious.

“Wow Katie Couric,” she tweeted. “We’ve known each other for 35 years but if you think I need to be deprogrammed along with 80 million conservatives you’re gonna need to organize massive deprogrammers. Curious who they should be. Shrinks or Nazis? I hear both were good at it, yet still failed.”

She also oddly compared the plight of Trump supporters to those of the early Christians.

“PS it’s not new to call people who disagree with you CULTS,” she tweeted. “Christianity was called a cult for 300 years. Using the word CULT is the buzzword to create fear, hatred and chaos. Kind of obvi…consider it a compliment. It means they are desperate to shut you up.”

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