Quickies: Arnold Schwarzenegger’s “Hidden Message” & Feeding A Family On $4

  • Did Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger mean to send a hidden message in a letter telling California legislators to f**k off? [F-Listed] — I doubt he’s that bright or clever.
  • Sure, Halloween is for the kiddies. But it’s also a perfect excuse for adults to do a little role-playing, if ya know what we mean. Em & Lo explain how … [Em & Lo]
  • Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green are apparently back on again because they went on the Los Angeles Haunted Hayride together. [E! Online] — Sadly, they weren’t snatched up by a netherworld ghastly ghoul, never to be heard from again.

  • Summit Entertainment has filed a lawsuit against Zazzle.com, a print-on-demand merchandising outlet, for allegedly stealing “tens of thousands” of trademarked images from its highly successful “Twilight” series and printing the images on commercial merchandise, as well as for interfering with Summit’s exclusive licensing arrangements. [THR, Esq.] — This means you have to get your Robert Pattinson panties, like, immediately.
  • A Massachusetts mother of four feeds her family on $4 a week by clipping coupons from the web, circulars, and newspapers. [Lemondrop] — Yeah, but she really paid for the food with all the time she spent finding the deals.
  • No one wants to be known for having wack candy on Halloween, so here are the five best, worst, and healthiest candies for your trick-or-treaters. [Bullz-Eye] — I’m partial to anything that combines chocolate and peanut butter.
  • What are the seven great occupations for horribly stupid people? [Cracked] — I love that kids on children’s shows made the list.
  • These reality stars went from C-list celebs to grade-A criminals. Looking back, how could we not have seen this coming? [Maxim] — Kenley Collins’ arrest was by far the funniest.