I can lock down my wallet for many things, but @johnnycupcakes is not one of those things. I’ve got a huge connection to his brand – after all, I own 15 JC shirts. Every Halloween he releases themed and special edition tees. If I can’t buy these shirts, I think some of 2009’s shirts at least need a mention on my blog.
Big Kid Jason – Johnny released a mascot early this year, the Big Kid. He’s a jolly fellow with a retro cartoon vibe. Now he’s got a costume, and it’s Jason from Friday the 13th.
Slasher Crossbones – a new version of the original crossbones. I love the oozing frosting and sprinkles.
Both tees are $35, and you can purchase in one of the 3 Johnny cupcakes stores or online (shipping $8.)
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…but if you insist, you can speak to her publicist, read her blog, or buy her upcoming book “Life as Jude Laws’ Baby Mama.” Okay, not really. It’s still what I expect from Samantha Burke after she holds a press conference to announce she wants privacy. Last time I checked, you don’t hold press conferences if you want less media attention.
[via Huff Post]
Posted in Lost & Profound | Tagged celebrity gossip, Jude Law affair, media whore, Samantha Burke hold Press Conference | Leave a Comment »
Who’s with me? Fine, I guess we can’t stage a coup. I’m just worried that average American youth are going to watch ABC Family’s “Legally Blondes” and like it.
Now the movie originally went straight to DVD last April, where it may have died next to some copies of “Ice Princess.” But ABC Family has dared to buy the rights to syndicate it on their channel, and most likely play it 40,000 times. (Starting last night.)
And that’s when things start to erode even further. Suddenly America is in four wars, more people are starving, earthquakes, Andy Dick has a career again, and Obama turns out to be Kenyan instead of American. Then everyone’s going to be like, “We should’ve listened to Mike when he was wielding a shotgun and yelling crazy things from his drunken stupor.”
The synopsis is that these two blondies are relatives of Elle Woods, the main character from the first movie. They go to a prep school and find things are difficult. They then abandon their BFF and gay buddy to join the bitchy click, grow closer to the super cute guy failing a math, and then turn bitchier than the bitches they hated. Along the way, they learn wizardry and discover their dogs are horcruxes. Afterwards they skip school to spend the day in Chicago before having to destroy Voldemort and their bestfriend’s father’s car.
Or something like that…
My rating for Legally Blondes: Dangerous for Our Youth.
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My vote is yes. Lou Dobbs should be released from his post at CNN. Free speech is one thing, but Lou Dobbs is tossing bales of hay into the racially-fueled ‘birther‘ fire. It’s ludicrous to question President Obama’s legitimacy as a U.S. citizen, but the man continues to support the notion.
But we’ve heard crazier from Coulter and Glenn Beck; Lord knows we’ve heard some nastiness from Limbaugh. So what makes Dobbs different?
Read this Huff Post article titled Lou Dobbs a “Publicity Nightmare” for CNN and decide for yourself.
Posted in Posts for Political Junkies | Tagged Ann Coulter, birthers, CNN, Glenn Beck, Huffington Post, Lou Dobbs should be fired, media, President Obama's birth certificate | Leave a Comment »