Back when The Bachelorette, DeAnna dumped Jason for the young skateboarder, Jesse, I thought, "Girlfriend, what have you done?" Well, it's apparent that Jason Mesnick got over his heartbreak and went for the gusto himself by signing on for this latest Bachelor 'woman drama'. I have truly had about enough of seeing these folks All over the talk show circuit. There have been folks up in arms because Jason Mesnick dumped Molly at the finale of The Bachelor. He'd chosen Melissa, asking her to accept the final rose...
What a week I have had. I'm so very glad it is Thursday and I have the day off, at least most of it. I have to work for an hour or so and got to sleep in this AM. It's 9:15 or so and I'm still in my jammies blogging, reading blogs and thinking about hitting the shower. Read more about my day in the universe here.
MTV, "South Park" creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone, and people with disabilities. These are not things one would naturally associate, to say the least. So could any project uniting those disparate forces result in anything other than epic disaster of the angry-mob-with-torches-producing variety, you might wonder? Surprising as it may sound, and against all logic, reason, and odds, yes. Yes it could.
I know lots of people cut out pictures of models, athletes or celebrities and stick them to the wall as a diet and exercise motivator. Oprah has a picture Madonna’s Vanity Fair cover in her gym to keep her motivated. I was never one of those people until I saw Malory Snyder in JCrew.
File this one under things I find mildly offensive but normally wouldn't feel such vehement disdain for were it not for the current precarious fiscal situation that we find ourselves in. Again, under NORMAL circumstances, I wouldn't become enraged by flagrant flaunting with a lovely scoop of blatant disregard for 'strong' women on top. But this isn't a normal time and Bravo suddenly has me a bit mystified.
Well, today I discovered that Hans Beck, the German creator of those little Playmobil
figures died. It’s almost like hearing that Charles Schulz finally
passed away, the creator of Snoopy. You'd think they could just keep on
creating forever (and, in the case of Playmobil, I imagine they will).
And, it started me thinking of how many things we grew up with, which,
in America, everyone simply believes is American. Like Prince
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