The other day, my BFF John DeVore IMed me to say that he has a new favorite TV show and that show is “Hannibal.” At first I was like, WTF, dude, what about “Game of Thrones”? But then I remembered that JDV brought “GoT” into my life and has generally never steered me wrong pop culture-wise (sitting shotgun when he drives, on the other hand…). So, last week, when I was laid up at home with a case of strep so bad I will probably never stop talking about it, I watched every episode of the first season that’s aired so far and ZOMG you guys, I HAVE A NEW FAVORITE SHOW, IT’S CALLED “HANNIBAL” and here are seven reasons you need to watch it. Keep reading »
A step-mom in Utah wanted to punish her daughter for bullying other students and teach her a lesson. So far, so good. But as her penance, 10-year-old Kaylee was forced to wear thrift store clothes to school. Say what?
Apparently Kaylee was making fun of another girl for what she was wearing, and had tormented her for several weeks over her wardrobe choices — at one point even saying she “dressed like a sleaze.” So step-mom Ally stepped in and decided to enforce a clothing-oriented punishment. Ally purchased two “cheap” (her words) outfits at the thrift store and made Kaylee — full of tears — wear them to school. Keep reading »
A friend of mine took this picture at the American Ale House in State College, PA, and all I can say is I 100 percent understand the sentiment. I used to DJ pretty regularly, and people would come up to me all the time with requests. Sometimes they were nice, and sometimes they were pushy (a rock and punk DJ is probably never ever going to play that dubstep jam you really like). And sometimes — a lot of the time — they requested Michael Jackson. One time, a girl came up to me and requested a Guns ‘N’ Roses song and offered me $25 to play it. People are crazy (and really like to throw their money around).
But really, lay off the “Margaritaville,” okay?
Oh Riker, oh Commander, oh my dearest William T.,
The time has come to express just how much you mean to me.
I’ve had many crushes, they come and go every day,
But my love for you, Riker, well, it’s never gone away. Keep reading »
As if the Kardashians didn’t already have kopyrighting issues out the wazoo, Khloe’s latest business venture has gotten her all mixed up with the State of New York. Rich Soil (ugh), a clothing company Khloe owns with husband Lamar Odom, is being accused of ripping off the Department of Agriculture’s's “Pride of New York” logo. Susan Rosenthal, a lawyer for the department, demanded in a letter sent to Rich Soil that the company immediately halt the sale and advertisement of merchandise bearing the emblem lest the state be forced to take legal action. Lawsuits seem to be a recurring theme with the Kardashians. Maybe they should just … stop trying to put their name on things? I’m just saying. [NYMag.com]
Page Price and Carolyn Compton are a pair of moms living in Texas. They have been together for three years and are raising two children that Compton had with her ex-husband. But the couple may be forced by a court to move apart due to a “morality clause” in Compton’s custody agreement with her ex that said no sexytimes overnight guests could sleep at the home — and the longtime, cohabitating couple are not legally allowed to marry by Texas law. Keep reading »
Where to go when you want to provide a special serenade for the significant other in your life?
If you’re Cory, you enter the Boyz II Men Kia Sorento Serenades sweepstakes and win a chance for the classic soul singing group to provide you with an incredible musical surprise.
In today’s video, Cory gives girlfriend Cassandra a date night she’ll never forget, thanks to a little karaoke magic, Boyz II Men and Kia.
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