Jan 25, 2013
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Watch this: Christopher Walken shuns computers and cellphones for the simple, creepy life
Christopher Walken, everyone’s favorite oddball character actor, may be critically acclaimed for his acting work, but he’s apparently not the one to go to the next time you need technology advice. Speaking to Jon Stewart on Comedy Central’s The Daily Show, Walken admitted that he has more or less shunned today’s technology traps, as he doesn’t own a computer or even a simple cellphone.

Watch this: Christopher Walken shuns computers and cellphones for the simple, creepy life

Christopher Walken, everyone’s favorite oddball character actor, may be critically acclaimed for his acting work, but he’s apparently not the one to go to the next time you need technology advice. Speaking to Jon Stewart on Comedy Central’s The Daily Show, Walken admitted that he has more or less shunned today’s technology traps, as he doesn’t own a computer or even a simple cellphone.

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    Love Walken. So cool.
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    Sometimes there’s a man… and I won’t say a hero, ‘cause what’s a hero…. he’s the man for his time and place. He fits...
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    Great!
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    This is awsome
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    My favorite Luddite!
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