Archive for the ‘society’ Category
Our friends over at Geekstir posted the final GTA IV trailer yesterday. I thought I would throw it up then. It’s looking really good and the graphics look unreal.
Jenna Bush read to some hormonally challenged adults on Easter. She began to emulate our favorite girl Victoria Beckham – not that other fierce girl, Christian Soriano. She’s not fierce at all. She’s as fierce as an onion bagel with cream cheese.
Additional Reading: Wonkette
Some people think blogging with 10 dollar words makes it ok:
Think word sushi: delicately-prepared high-quality content that’s easy to consume.
When I think of sushi, I don’t think of fancy phrases -I think of Kate Beckinsale:
You told an interviewer you’d rather eat a vagina than sushi. When stuff you say makes headlines, what’s the reaction of your publicity team? I have to say, sushi freaks me out more than almost anything. At least a vagina would be warm. [laughs] My publicist has literally turned a funny color and is going to go have a lie-down. He’s throwing up now, as well. I find a lot of things kind of funny and I often say what’s on my mind, and then get nine texts from all my friends going, “What’s the matter with you?” But I haven’t ever made a big attempt to have any particular image. And I don’t really worry about it.
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After the recent upheaval in the prostitution industry that the Eliot Spitzer scandal has caused there has been more of a focus on what you get for your money.
I found this article in New York magazine very enlightening. So, I guess when you pay $2,000 an hour for a hooker, one expects a vagina that will shoot rainbows and possibly sing your favorite tune from the musical Chicago.
Victoria and I, we did a lot of doubles. You do a double, sometimes guys want to, you know, watch. As soon as I saw her coochie, I told Jason, this is special.
This has to be one of the funniest stories I’ve seen in quite some time. Charlie Rose, the PBS host, face planted in order to save his Macbook Air.
Sacrifice the face, protect the computer.
Check Tech Crunch for more hilarity.
Mott, were suspicious, viewing Mr. Waronker as too much an outsider. In fact, one parent, Angie Vazquez, 37, acknowledged that her upbringing had led her to wonder: “Wow, we’re going to have a Jewish person, what’s going to happen? Are the kids going to have to pay for lunch?”
Photo: James Estrin/The New York Times