have to admit she does work that hot librarian look..lol
Monday, January 31, 2011
Sunday, January 23, 2011
Friday, January 21, 2011
Keith Olbermann and MSNBC abruptly announced tonight that "Countdown" has ended, effective immediately. Olbermann broke the news during his show's final sign-off, saying he was told only today that "this is going to be the last edition of your show." (Full video below.) MSNBC issued a statement with the news following tonight's episode.
The bizarre timing of the announcement has raised a number of speculations, from Olbermann's suspension last November to the departure of NBC Universal CEO Jeff Zucker in light of the network's recent acquisition by Comcast.
NBC spokesman Jeremy Gaines said the Comcast merger had nothing to do with the decision.
Within minutes of the announcement, MSNBC unveiled their restructured evening lineup. Lawrence O'Donnell, host of "The Last Word," will move to 8 P.M., while "The Ed Show" with Ed Schultz will air at 10 P.M. Rachel Maddow's program will remain in its original 9 P.M. slot.
Thursday, January 20, 2011
This guy has been to every Superbowl. EVERY Superbowl. The title card says it 4 seconds into the commercial, "Larry has been to every Superbowl". He then goes on to say that he has missed births and weddings, real human events but he has no intention of missing a football game.
Wow... some priorities there bud. Larry comes off like a real asshole and Visa thinks its cool to use him as a spokesman for their product? Lets spotlight some dried up twig of a man whose priorities on what's important in life is so outta whack that he'd make more of an effort to attend a football game than the wedding or birth presumably of a loved one.
Who the hell thought this was a good idea?
Friday, January 14, 2011
Was Jared Lee Loughner influenced by the gun metaphors coming from conservatives for the last 2 years? Only he knows for sure. His friends are reportedly saying that he didn't watch TV or listen to talk radio but if they knew him so well then they should have known he was capable of such a horror. If not then how sure can they be about anything else about him?
What we do know is that Loughner pretty much exercised his rights according to the conservative right's rhetoric. Look at what they said and what he did.
Tuesday, January 11, 2011
Yeah, yeah, I know..some of you are going to say that Calvin Klein has the sexiest most raunchy ads but their ads feature models who look almost too good. Too perfect. People that you would feel self conscious about being around. The Beautiful Ones. While American Apparel features models who are pretty but real looking. Kinda like the difference between Playboy and Suicide Girl models. In fact American Apparel seems like a precursor to the Suicide Girl line of more realistic everyday looking women.
Monday, January 10, 2011
Bloodshed Puts New Focus on Vitriol in Politics
By CARL HULSE and KATE ZERNIKE
WASHINGTON — The shooting of Representative Gabrielle Giffords and others at a neighborhood meeting in Arizona on Saturday set off what is likely to be a wrenching debate over anger and violence in American politics.
While the exact motivations of the suspect in the shootings remained unclear, an Internet site tied to the man, Jared Lee Loughner, contained antigovernment ramblings. And regardless of what led to the episode, it quickly focused attention on the degree to which inflammatory language, threats and implicit instigations to violence have become a steady undercurrent in the nation’s political culture.
Clarence W. Dupnik, the Pima County sheriff, seemed to capture the mood of the day at an evening news conference when he said it was time for the country to “do a little soul-searching.”
“It’s not unusual for all public officials to get threats constantly, myself included,” Sheriff Dupnik said. “That’s the sad thing about what’s going on in America: pretty soon we’re not going to be able to find reasonable, decent people willing to subject themselves to serve in public office.”
In the hours immediately after the shooting of Ms. Giffords, a Democrat, and others in a supermarket parking lot in Tucson, members of both parties found rare unity in their sorrow. Top Republicans including Speaker John A. Boehner and Gov. Jan Brewer of Arizona quickly condemned the violence.
“An attack on one who serves is an attack on all who serve,” Mr. Boehner said in a statement. “Acts and threats of violence against public officials have no place in our society.”
President Obama made a brief appearance at the White House, calling the shooting an “unspeakable act” and promising to “get to the bottom of this.”
Friday, January 7, 2011
Mary Bono Mack Caught In Sexually Suggestive Photos
Rep. Mary Bono Mack (R-Calif.), widow of former congressman and musician Sonny Bono, was recently caught in a set of sexually suggestive photos with a scandal-plagued former billionaire.
Radar Online, which has exclusively obtained the pictures, explains the wrinkle that is likely to be more significant than the six-term congresswoman showing a little cleavage:
Thursday, January 6, 2011
By Paul KaneWashington Post Staff Writer
Wednesday, January 5, 2011; 12:43 AM
Almost as soon as they take control of the House at noon Wednesday, Republicans will embark on a 20-day plan aimed at undoing major aspects of President Obama's agenda as they seek to take advantage of the weeks before the Senate's return and the president's State of the Union address.
The first move will come Friday, when the House begins the process of repealing the new health-care law. House leaders will then quickly begin to identify tens of billions of dollars in proposed spending cuts and to ease regulations that businesses find burdensome.
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Recognizing the limits of their power, Republican leaders said they will follow their initial aggressive stance with efforts to force Obama into what they consider principled compromises. Those would most likely come with attempts to cut federal spending and spur job growth, two agenda items that both parties have set as priorities.
"This is a two-way street going on here, and results are going to be judged through the prism of whether jobs are created and whether spending is cut and the deficit is brought back under control," Rep. Eric Cantor (R-Va.), the incoming House majority leader, told reporters Tuesday. "And it is as much the responsibility of this administration as well as the Senate to join with us in echoing what we heard in the last couple months."
While the Democratic majority in the Senate was diminished in November, the party still holds a 53-to-47-seat edge, giving Majority Leader Harry M. Reid (D-Nev.) the votes he'll need to block Republican legislation coming from the House.
The Associated Press
Wednesday, January 5, 2011; 4:51 PM
MURRAY, Ky. -- Kentucky wildlife officials say several hundred dead birds were found dead in the western part of the state. The grackles, red wing blackbirds, robins and starlings were found last week.
New Year's Eve fireworks have been blamed for the deaths of thousands of blackbirds in central Arkansas. Another 450 birds died this week in Louisiana, likely after hitting power lines or cars.
Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources spokesman Mark Marraccini says someone called police about the discovery in Kentucky, and they alerted state officials. Marraccini says tests performed on the birds ruled out diseases or poisons. He said the deaths could have been caused by weather or another natural event.
Mass bird deaths are not uncommon.