I believe in the free speech that liberals used to believe in, the economic freedom that conservatives used to believe in, and the personal freedom that America used to believe in.
From Jimmy Kimmel:
H/T: Melissa Clouthier
With Tiger Woods set to tee-off at The Masters this afternoon, Nike has unveiled this odd advertisement featuring nothing more than a close-up of Tiger and a voice-over featuring his late father:
Obviously, this is part of Nike’s effort to re-establish Woods as a spokesman and tied into Woods’ whole mea culpa press tour of the [...]
I’m not watching Dancing With The Stars, but I did think it was cool that an 80 year-old astronaut would hit the dance floor so it’s too bad he’s gone:
LOS ANGELES – Buzz Aldrin walked on the moon, but he won’t be spending any more time on the dance floor.
The 80-year-old astronaut was eliminated Tuesday [...]
Heidi Klum shares a secret:
WILD Secrets star HEIDI KLUM says that she is so relaxed about nudity she happily goes naked in front of her PARENTS.
In fact the underwear model said that it was her folks who encouraged her confident and easy-going attitude from a young age.
In an interview with Tatler magazine, Heidi said: “I [...]
After the 2008 election, Tina Fey said that she was hanging up the Sarah Palin election that made her as much of a media star as the former Alaska Governor.
Well, that didn’t last for long:
Tina Fey will tackle Sarah Palin again next month, the SNL alum tells the Daily Telegraph.
Fey is hosting “Saturday Night Live” [...]
Last night, David Letterman gave 13 minutes of CBS’s airtime for an interview with a Tea Party activist:
In a quietly remarkable piece of television, David Letterman interviewed Tea Party member Pam Stout on last night’s Late Show. “I know nothin’ about the tea party,” Dave began, saying Stout had come to his [...]
The worst actress in the history of Saturday Night Live is aiming to become the worst political activist of all time:
The Tea Party Express would be smarter to invite Toonces to their rallies.
H/T: Justin Gardner
When Dwight Gooden first burst on the scene in 1984, he was the Prince of New York. The Mets were just starting the comeback that would win them the World Series in 1986 and, along with Darryl Strawberry, Dr. K was the main reason they got there. Then, he fell into drugs and his career [...]
I’m not really a fan of shows like Dancing With The Stars, but this is cool:
Go Buzz !
Los Angeles, California (CNN) — When Buzz Aldrin danced on the moon 40 years ago, an estimated 600 million people watched it live. The Apollo 11 astronaut will dance again on live television Monday night as a contestant [...]
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