I agree with Michael.You know, there is a buddhist story that this thread (and all the other ones about Steven Seagal) reminds me of:
Two buddhist monks walk down a street. Suddenly they find themselves standing in front of a large puddle of water, which covers the whole street. There is a woman standing in front of it, and she canīt pass the puddle because of the clothes she is wearing. The older monk picks her up and carries her accross the puddle, puts her down, wishes her a nice day and walks on.
Afterwards the two monks walk for a while until the younger monk turns to the older one and says to him angrily: "Why did you pick up that woman? We are not supposed to touch women!!!"
The older monk turns around to the younger one and says: "It is true: I picked up the woman and touched her. But I put her down behind the puddle - you are still carrying her."
The only reason why Seagal sensei gets so much attention is because people rant on about him all the time. If you find that he doesnīt deserve the attention - stop ranting.
And I might add that I find this kind of talking about somebody without them having the chance to answer rather disrespectful.
PS: Very nice link though