Tuesday, November 28, 2006

She Is The Dumbest Girl You Will Ever Meet...

Last year, Damian sat next to her in English class.
She asked me how to spell orange.

Now, we all know that spectacular bit comes from Mean Girls, relating to Karen Smith. But as it turns out, the dumbest girl is actually Lindsay Lohan.

Fire-crotch may need some 8th grade grammar lessons. Find the errors, folks. There are lots. Just when you think you found 'em all...wait, look again. There's one!

I didn't know one could turn over in such a fresh grave. Sorry, Sir Altman.

Lindsay Lohan released a statement Tuesday extending her condolences to Robert Altman's family:

I would like to send my condolences out to Catherine Altman, Robert Altmans wife, as well as all of his immediate family, close friends, co-workers, and all of his inner circle.

I feel as if I've just had the wind knocked out of me and my heart aches.

If not only my heart but the heart of Mr. Altman's wife and family and many fellow actors/artists that admire him for his work and love him for making people laugh whenever and however he could.

Robert altman made dreams possible for many independent aspiring filmmakers, as well as creating roles for countless actors.

I am lucky enough to of been able to work with Robert Altman amongst the other greats on a film that I can genuinely say created a turning point in my career.

I learned so much from Altman and he was the closest thing to my father and grandfather that I really do believe I've had in several years.

The point is, he made a difference.

He left us with a legend that all of us have the ability to do.

So every day when you wake up.

Look in the mirror and thank god for every second you have and cherish all moments.

The fighting, the anger, the drama is tedious.

Please just take each moment day by day and consider yourself lucky to breathe and feel at all and smile. Be thankful.

Life comes once, doesn't 'keep coming back' and we all take such advantage of what we have.

When we shouldn't.....

Make a searching and fearless moral inventory of yourselves' (12st book) -everytime there's a triumph in the world a million souls hafta be trampled on.-altman Its true. But treasure each triumph as they come.

If I can do anything for those who are in a very hard time right now, as I'm one of them with hearing this news, please take advantage of the fact that I'm just a phone call away.

God Bless, peace and love always.

Thank You,


Lindsay Lohan

EW's crystal ball

In the August 11, 2006 issue of Entertainment Weekly, Scott Brown's "Hit List" contained the following item (#4 on the list) about the multiple wedding ceremonies for Pamela Anderson and Kid Rock:
Kid Rock and Pam Anderson plan multiple weddings in multiple locales.

In six months, they will cover the same ground on a glorious 19-city "divorce tour."
Scott, you were close, but it looks like the "divorce tour" is 2 months ahead of schedule.

Pam's comment on the divorce? "Yes, its true. Unfortunately impossible."

She is SO profound!

Monday, November 27, 2006

Size queen

Wonder what happened to Jim McGreevey's official gubernatorial portrait?

Ha! We didn't think so.

But for those of you who do care, it seems that Governor Jon Corzine's people are in a bit of a pissing match with McGreevey's "people" (which is probably just McGreevey himself) over when the McG portrait should be unveiled:

Last spring, McGreevey's people told Gov. Corzine's people that McGreevey wanted to schedule the ceremonial unveiling of the McGreevey portrait for late in the summer.

No, said the Corzine forces, because the attendant hoopla would be seen as helping to promote McGreevey's book, which was to be released just afterward in September.

Corzine staffers believe McGreevey's people thought Corzine would relent, so the McGreevey team came back again, later in the summer, asking for an OK to unveil the McGreevey portrait in tandem with the release of the book.

Corzine's people — specifically his chief of staff, Tom Shea — said no. Shea went further, instructing that McGreevey could not use the Statehouse to unveil the portrait until after McGreevey ended his book tour.
Well, its now the last few days of November. The book tour is still on. The portrait is still under wraps. And word is that McGreevey wants it unveiled before Christmas. But will Corzine relent?

Who knows? Who really cares? But since we're discussing it, who wants to bet that this standoff (if it can be called one) is less about McGreevey using the Statehouse for book publicity and more about Corzine not wanting McGreevey's picture hanging over his head -- literally -- during the press conferences in the Governor's outer office"?

Oh, and why the title of this post? Well:

[The portraits] seem to have grown larger over the years. Colonial governors' portraits left plenty of space on the mantle for a set of candlesticks or maybe a clay pipe.

Today's portraits consume large sections of walls.

Word is that McGreevey's is among the larger.
That got The Kettle's attention. ;-)

Thursday, November 23, 2006

Confession correction

Not only has Jim McGreevey's former boy-toy Golan Cipel broken his silence and spilled his side of the beans in a recent interview with WCBS New York's Jim Rosenfield, but it seems that Golan also has a website filled with all the tawdry details he thinks McGreevey left out of The Confession.

We need an Oprah slugfest between the two.

Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Bring on the Nasty

I bet you thought I would be all Halloween with this post. But no. I am going political. I like to mix it up. I am 29 anyway. Time to put the tricks and the treats away.

So here's what I read the other day and it is still saddening me:
WASHINGTON - So far this campaign, the political parties have exposed voters to nearly $160 million in ads attacking congressional candidates. How much spent painting a positive image? About $17 million.

That's just over $1 of nice for every $10 of nasty.

The message ingrained in such a disparity in numbers: Don't vote for a candidate; vote against the opponent.

It's only fun when the pot and I are being nasty. Here, not so much. Make it stop.

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