Tuesday, June 28, 2011
As always, I'm a little late getting aboard the ship, but yesterday I finally watched an episode of True Blood.
I was all excited too. I was ready for an hour of hot vampire sex.
Did I get that?
Hells to the no.
For a season opener, I found the show to be a bit dull, but I'm going to try to start watching, and then go back and watch the last...erm 3 seasons. I will say that I find the cast to be exceptionally pretty.
However watching these has made me wonder about how much they draw from the books, or if they have moved beyond them.
I guess what this means is...more tv to watch. Woo hoo! Anyone want to fill me in on this stuff?
Saturday, June 25, 2011
There are some things that really make me go Hmmm.
As if Sarah Palin's Going Rogue weren't bad enough, daughter Bristol has a memoir out.
This is just insane.
Her journey so far?
Pardon me while I throw up!
That's almost as bad as Miley Cyrus writing a book.
I realize publishers want to make scads of money off talentless people.
At least Miley has had some legitimate fame.
But Bristol Palin.
All she's done is get knocked up and go on Dancing With The Stars. I'm sorry that doesn't warrant a book in my eyes.
There are millions of teenaged girls making their way in the world with babies. Most of them have slightly more sane parents too. Maybe one of them should write a book. Anything would be better than giving the Palin family more time in the spotlight!
Friday, June 24, 2011
Right now I'm reading Ira Wagler's Growing Up Amish. Summer vacations to Lancaster, PA have given me a curiousity about the Amish culture. I snagged an ARC ebook copy of this one via Net Galley, and I'm about a third of the way through it.
I'm really enjoying it so far, and if you have a curiousity about the Amish, this book is really an eye opener.
The next few books I really want to read are historical fiction/bios. The first is Brandy Purdy's The Turdor throne and the other is Margaret George's Elizabeth I. When I was younger I always read about the kings and queens of Europe on my summer vacations. I devoured many of Jean Plaidy's books and loved every one.
Thursday, June 23, 2011
Sarah Palin quits her bus tour.
Is there anything that this woman will stick with doing?
Oh yes, I know, being annoying.
What I can't understand is how people can follow blindly this attention seeking wingnut?
I realize that the republican party is really digging deep to come up with some candidates from 2012, but I really think she should be tossed out of the party and polical life for her behavior. I mean, she quit her governorship, for no good reason.
Doesn't that say something for her work ethic?
I don't like this...I quit!
I wish I had that option in my life...
Wednesday, June 22, 2011
Thursday, June 16, 2011
Sir, there is no cure for stupid, especially at your age.
It was kind of like the Congreewoman that said she couldn't believe their were flawed individuals in congress.
I'd say 90% of congress fall under the flawed individual category.
The other thing that always makes me go hmmm about politicians and their misbehavin' ways...most of the wives stand by these guys.
It boggles the mind.
I will miss all the Weiner jokes now that this scandal is about to fizzle out.
Tuesday, June 14, 2011
I know, I know, Bridesmaids has been out for a month, Judd Apatow was pimping it hardcore on Twitter for a while, and it looks like The Hangover for girls, which kind of makes it easy to write off. But don't.
Bridesmaids is hilarious and a great girl's-night-out movie (but one the boys can enjoy, too, if you must take them). Although the major plot points can be a bit predictable, the film totally makes up for it. It never loses its charm. The casting was spot-on, from SNL alums Kristen Wiig and Maya Rudolph to scene-stealing Melissa McCarthy to the gorgeous Rose Byrne. And it was easy to relate to, even for those of us who have yet to be a bridesmaid.
It's not your typical romantic comedy, chick flick, or even general wedding film. It's worth the trip out.
Saturday, June 11, 2011
Hey! That promotes kitten loving children to want high fat milk shakes and burgers and dogs.
Why is it that one is ok and not the other?
How is it that I've lived 36 years without being hyperactive as a result of eating Super Sugar Crisp. Yeah that's what it was called in the 80s.
There was no food entering our house that my mother didn't buy. And even if I cried and whined for it, I didn't necessarily get it. So for the love of god, stop targeting these things as if they were the culprits of why Americans are fat. That isn't the case.
Ronald McDonald didn't drag me in to eat a Big Mac.
I wonder when they'll realize that the internet has kept millions of Americans on their asses for years and years...
Maybe I should keep that tidbit to myself.
Wednesday, June 8, 2011
~ Anthony Weiner texting pictures of his...well...his name says it all. I have only one thing to say to this. How did he think that doing something stupid like that wouldn't blow up in his face? Oh and why do people act like he's crazy good looking? And geeze Louise, he's only been married for a year!! Settle down Tony!
~ Sarah Palin doesn't know her history. Whodathunkit? Really? I say it is futher proof of her stupidity. And yet there are still people blindly following her.
What is wrong with PEOPLE!!!!
~ John Edwards is indicted for misuse of campaign funds. I bet Elizabeth is looking down from the next world and grinning at the lousy cheating fool.
Which leads me to wonder, why do people like John and Arnold...forget about condoms when they are cheating on their wives?
So much stupidity in one government.
Friday, June 3, 2011
Pickles cause cancer?
The article went on to list places where people ate a large quantity of fermented veggies and how they have higher rates of esophagial cancers.
Yada Yada Yada
You can read the whole article here.
What it essentially says is that The World Health Organization has put PICKLES on a list of possibly carciogenic things. POSSIBLY! There's no conclusive link but there is a bit of an association.
I think one of the commenters on the post said it best.
"Warning: Life causes death!" everyone panic!
I think I'll go eat some pickles.
Wednesday, June 1, 2011
But wait....it isn't calling her any bad names.....or names you'd really get upset about.
Nope, it is comparing her to a chocolate bar...
I was actually surprised by the comments on the OMG site that agreed with me. I don't think it is racist. It is calling Naomi a diva. And how many times has Naomi acted like a diva?
Maybe that's the real reason she's offended by the ad. Not because it is comparing her to a chocolate bar, but because it is calling her out for her lousy behavior in a nice way.
So what do you think about the ad? Is it really racist?