Sometimes you have to stick up for what you believe in. While at a march for schools in Washington, D.C., this past weekend, Matt Damon did not take kindly to a question posed by a reporter from Reason.tv.
After the correspondent assumed that a lack of job security is why someone works hard, equating actors like himself with teachers, Damon went on the offensive: "You think job insecurity is what makes me work hard? I want to be an actor. That's not an incentive ... It's like saying a teacher is going to get lazy when they have tenure. A teacher wants to teach. I mean, why else would you take a sh*tty salary and really long hours and do that job unless you really love to do it?"