“I won’t say I regret what I did, but I will say I have learned from it. I chose to turn a lazy Sunday watching football with my husband into a total shitstorm. I never thought I’d see the chicks on The View attempt to break down our interaction on Twitter (if they only knew how little thought and effort go into anything I tweet, there is literally nothing to break down). I didn’t think I would be invited to be a guest on their show or any other TV or radio program. I didn’t think Celebuzz would post an ‘exclusive interview’ that I never gave. What they did was post bits and pieces from previous print and podcast interviews I did a year ago, made other shit up and called it an ‘exclusive interview.’”
Twitter is blowing up with all sorts of death threats aimed squarely at writer / comedian Jenny Johnson and they are coming directly from
Team Woman Beater“Team Breezy” — AKA fans of “singer” Chris Brown.
It all started when Brown Tweeted: “I look old as f*ck! I’m only 23…”
To which Johnson replied: “I know! Being a worthless piece of s*it can really age a person.”
After many back and forth zingers — which Brown clearly could not intellectually keep up with — Brown deleted his Twitter account.
Here’s where I have a beef with Whoopi Goldberg, whom I adore. Goldberg called for the deletion of Jenny Johnson’s Twitter account. Whatever happened to “this is comedy” and a little thing called “free speech?”
Your move, Rihanna.
Capt. Angelo Nieves acknowledged a WKMG-TV report that his office’s computer investigator missed a June 16, 2008 Google search for “fool-proof suffocation” methods. June 16, 2008 was the last day Caylee was seen alive.
If you or I go 10 MPH over the speed limit in Florida we get ticketed, and most likely charged.
Yet, Florida cops let a child killer go free due to their ineptness and nothing happens. Their response?
“We’ll learn from this mistake.”
Good enough for you? Me either.
By the way, deputies admitted that whoever in the house did the search misspelled “suffocation.”
Grade-A douchebag and un-funnyman Jonah Hill is at it again.
Lemon had simply wanted to say hello and to shake hands with an actor he thought was funny.
But Hill was having none of that.
Lemon said on CNN, “Jonah Hill treated me like the help when all I wanted to say was, ‘I like you. I think you’re funny.’ He just kind of gave me the wet hand shake, like, ‘Oh,’ and just walked away.”
There’s nothing worse than a limp handshake! That alone is off-putting.
But to add insult to injury, Hill acting as if he’s all that and above it all to anyone, let alone to well- respected CNN anchor Don Lemon, simply reinforces Hill’s well-documented ego — which is even larger than his big fat head.
Not only does Don Lemon have a very cool vibe on TV, but he also exudes that same genuineness in person. Unfortunately, the day I saw Lemon was at the funeral of Whitney Houston.
The mood at the scene was so very somber, I didn’t think it appropriate, nor was I even in the mood, to cheerfully introduce myself to anyone.
But next time I see Lemon — which hopefully won’t be on another tragic day — I will introduce myself.
And I’ll bet his handshake will be the opposite of grasping a cold, wet fish.
Fine, maybe it didn’t go down quite like that.
But the fun fact is, Bristol, neither a star or a dancer, was given the boot by viewers and judges alike. And that gives me a warm fuzzy feeling inside.
Republican Charlie Fuqua is running for the state legislature in Arkansas. In a 2012 book called God’s Law, Fuqua suggests that Americans could benefit from a law allowing them to have their rebellious children put to death:
“The maintenance of civil order in society rests on the foundation of family discipline. Therefore, a child who disrespects his parents must be permanently removed from society in a way that gives an example to all other children of the importance of respect for parents.”
Fuqua says parents shouldn’t be required to have their children executed, but he wants them to have that Bible-sanctioned option as a legal reality.
Fuqua is a staunch opponent of abortion, by the way (or, rather “of course”).
Way to grab a headline, Charlie. I’m thinking, though, that this kind of justice probably went out of fashion with most folks a few years back…say 1999.
More details (from the Huffington Post) HERE.