(clip via Christian Nightmares)
Friday on Piers Morgan (I’m not making this up), Steven Seagal gives his take on the Trayvon Martin case.
A musical set in the 80s, starring Tom Cruise and Russell Brand, about “two young people chasing their dreams in the big city.”
Besides gushing over the former “90210” prop, the reality show star turned “Today” host defended Jessica Simpson and criticized the new Steve Jobs biopic because she doesn’t like it when actors are paid to play real people. I guess she’d prefer Jobs…
His brother, who was granted an injunction prohibiting Gallagher Too from smashing watermelons, has retired. Ron Gallagher, now unemployed, was forced to pay Gallagher damages, a dick move that won’t come as a surprise to those of us who’ve had the misfortune…
Rihanna’s father, who recently told his daughter she was looking fat, gives his blessing to her doomed reunion with domestic abuser Chris Brown. He told Heat magazine: ”Chris is a nice guy and everybody’s entitled to make mistakes in their life – God knows how many I’ve made.” I’m so sick of people pardoning Brown on the basis that we all make “mistakes”. True, none of us are infallible, but most of us don’t beat the shit out of women Likewise, most fathers of abused women don’t pardon the guy who put their daughter in the hospital.
The co-star of the Dudley Moore classic “Like Father, Like Son” presents the fundamentalist take on America’s founding.
As is anyone who beats up a woman. No excuses. No pity. But Chris Brown has changed, enablers like Russell Simmons, Rosie O’Donnell and Queen Latifah said. He’s paid his penance. He won’t do it again. Sure. While there were some insensitive fans who trivialized domestic violence and seemed to welcome a punch in the face from Brown, others were not so happy to see him welcomed back into the spotlight or awarded for anything. To which Brown responded:
Like father, like son: Oliver Stone’s Son, Defender of Ahmadinejad, Converts to Islam He said criticizing the Iranian government is “like someone coming to your house and saying the father shouldn’t hit the kids,” he said. “Who are we to tell them how to rule their country?” So it’s a bad thing to intervene when a father hits the kids? I’m sure Sean Stone didn’t intend it, but he’s right in casting Ahmadinejad and the Iranian regime as abusive parents.
I didn’t predict the embarrassing assist from Don Lemming, er, Lemon, but otherwise, I called it: Tomorrow on CNN: Piers Morgan interviews Jermaine Jackson about #WhitneyHouston ‘s death. — ATLmalcontent (@atlmalcontent) February 12, 2012
Self-proclaimed comedian Gallagher announced Friday he is endorsing Newt Gingrich for president. Gallagher said the former speaker shares his concerns about America’s cultural drift. “Like me, he’s opposed to people naming their girl-children Sam and Toni instead of acceptable names like Evelyn and Betty: Just give her some little lesbian tendencies!” Gingrich would re-open Guantánamo Bay except this time “we’ll be allowed to torture all the way,” Gallagher said. “We had to half-torture—that’s nothin’ compared to what Saddam and his two sons OOFAY and GOOFAY did.” Defending traditional marriage is another of Gallagher’s concerns. “Newt knows like I do there’s two types…
Starring SNL alum and tea partier Victoria Jackson:
The enduring popularity of Steven Tyler. foursquare. I thought I’d receive some sort of tangible reward for check-ins. Don’t think I’ll be changing my business cards to add “Mayor of Taco Mac.” Wolf Blitzer as a TV commentator. It takes him 10 minutes to break news, what with all the stammering and qualifiers. The fascination w/ Beyonce. She’s as programmed as Romneytron. How this video is NOT a parody. (They were “discovered” by boy band alum Lance Bass — in the cheesiest gay bar in Orlando, apparently.)
Russells Brand and Simmons are annoying enough on their own. Now they’ve aligned, annoying me even more.
In retrospect I should have titled this post, “Dude Looks Like an Old Lady.” (via The Regular Guys)