The hardest working man in Hollywood has some thoughts about these anyonymous bloggers. According to the National Enquier (so we know every word could just be a quote from a "close friend.")
"All these people can sit at home and can blog. They can say bad things about you online and you don't know who they are but they know who I am," he said.
"It's totally unfair. I know my face, you know my face. I want to see YOU.
"Meet me at this place here and let's have that discussion: 'What did you mean washed up and always yelling and screaming?'" Jackson charged.
"'And if you don't believe it's me call this number.' I enjoy engaging critics in that way."
See, this is why celebs shouldn't take what bloggers say seriously. But, the idea of meeting Samuel L. Jackson
to have a "discussion" -- that's a lil' scary. Sort of like an Internet version of Lakeview Terrace