Monday, October 03, 2005

"The popularity of Miss Moss's distinctive style is undiminished by the revelations of her turbulent private life, including the allegation that she snorted ketamine, a horse tranquilliser."
  • You have to be rich to do that. I have to snort Shetland Pony tranquilizer.


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Ultra-Conservative Justice John Roberts: "Tricked You, Bitches"


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The trailer for the one sequel that HAD to be made: Big Momma's House 2


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Hollywood films recklessly ignore consequences.
  • "Hollywood might be bad for your health, according to a new study, which concludes that blockbuster movies paint a consequence-free view of sex and drugs."


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Irish rock stars Bob Geldof and Bono are among the bookmakers' tips to win the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday. Seems OK to me. They seem like better choices than former winners Arafat and Kissinger.


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Starting at the top. You say there's another Supreme Court position open? For his next trick, Bush chooses someone who has never been a judge. It is felt, however, that her extensive experience as a Wal-Mart greeter and receipt checker will help her to re-shape American's judiciary.


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She may not have ever been a judge, but she did stay at a Holiday Inn Express last night.

 

How to Tar and Feather A Grown Man


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A gazillion stills and posters from the biopic about Johnny Cash's youth, I Walk the Line (Joaquin Phoenix, Reese Witherspoon)


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Here's a feature story about our friend and contributor, Pat Reeder, high priest of drive time patter, and probably the world's foremost expert on bad celebrity music. (We've read Hollywood Hi-Fi at least a dozen times!)
The book
The album


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Astro Pic o the Day: another look at Saturn's sponge-shaped Hyperion, with some comments.


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Keira Knightley says she's so close to her mum they smoke and talk about sex together.
  • And then they have a couple of drinks, and maybe a bra strap makes an appearance, and ... well, you know the rest if you've seen any foreign movies. I recommend "Mi Madre, Mi Amor" or "The Cuntess and Mommy Krisco."


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The Filthy Critic reviews A History of Violence


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"HURRICANE KATRINA KO'S FLYING SAUCER!"
  • "Don't let them take me to Area 51! Please . . . " begged the pilot


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"BUSH EMBARKS ON CROSS-COUNTRY MOTORCADE TO PROMOTE LESS DRIVING" ... 200-Vehicle Convoy to Send Message of Conservation, President Says
  • "While some skeptics wondered whether Mr. Bush’s cross-country trek would succeed in convincing Americans to drive less, it has already inspired one citizen to do so, as Rep. Tom DeLay (R-Tex) today volunteered to cancel his trip to Texas to stand trial on conspiracy charges."


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Now THAT is one cool bridge. The French bridge is nearly two miles long, and higher than the Eiffel Tower. Geez - I might be too chickenshit to drive on it.


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Film Jerk's Early Report for October 2


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100 Hooters pics - Web Girls Online (Sorry, no nudity)


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URL says it all: SkyscraperPage.com


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Christmas shopping for that hard-to-please female? How about some Russian genital-shaped underwear? Queen Elizabeth wears them, and now your mom can too. Or she could just go commando and accomplish the same thing.


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"Completing his domination of the airwaves, funnyman Adam Carolla now has shows on every network on television, delivering to an unquenchable thirst for all things Carolla."


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Cassini captures pics of a previously unseen portion of Hyperion


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RIAA sued for racketeering!


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"The astronomers who claim to have discovered the 10th planet in the solar system have another intriguing announcement: It has a moon." The tentative names are Xena and Gabrielle! (The International Astronomical Union, a group of scientists responsible for naming planets, is deciding on formal names for Xena and Gabrielle.)


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From the department of obvious studies: Crappy Movies Caused Box Office Slump.
  • That's certainly true, but much of the deficit to 2004 (the definition of the so-called slump) happened because there were two powerhouse movies in 2004 that brought non-moviegoers into theaters for a one-time non-recurring experience: The Passion of the Christ and Fahrenheit 911.
  • Unfortunately for the limited creative minds in Hollywood, neither of those successful films forms a good basis for a sequel, although I'm sort of surprised that nobody has planned a prequel for Passion.


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