Is nothing sacred? Not even “The Flintstones”? The answer to that question would be: no. In “The Flintstones: A XXX Parody,” Fred is having a midlife crisis, which we’re thinking leads to some X-rated scenarios, and, steel yourself, Betty and Wilma get it on. We don’t even want to think about what happens to a just-turned-18 Pebbles, and we’re betting this time around Bam Bam will live up to his name. At least no one gets it on with a dinosaur. Uh, we hope. Gulp. Keep reading »
“A lot of times my wife and I sit across from each other and tweet… it’s the same reason you send roses to a woman at work. Sometimes people like to be adored in public.”
– Ashton Kutcher on why he and his wife, Demi Moore, are so public about their relationship on Twitter. People especially like being adored in public when the public thinks your marriage is an annoying sham. [Reuters] Keep reading »
We were shocked and awed to learn that comedienne Fran Drescher will be launching her own hour-long talk show on Fox after Thanksgiving. It’s not that Fran’s not funny (I mean, what’s not to love about “The Nanny”?) — and her story of beating uterine cancer is inspiring. But, really, who wants to listen to Drescher’s nasal tone and snorty laugh for an hour?
We would like to appeal to Fox’s head honchos to please not make this a reality. Instead, after the jump, we offer 8 other potential talk show hosts who are less nasal and more crazy than Fran. Keep reading »
At some point in your life, you’ve probably seen a billboard which said something like “Pregnant? Scared? Call us!” You may have thought nothing of it, because you weren’t pregnant or even sexually active yet. In New York City, home to over 8 million people, signs like these depict a young, concerned-looking women under the words “Free abortion alternatives.” They advertise the 12 various E.M.C. FrontLine Pregnancy Centers around the city which are “crisis pregnancy centers”; the city also has four other CPCs.
Indeed, they offer “abortion alternatives,” if you could even call them that. “Crisis pregnancy centers” are actually anti-abortion organizations, often run by pro-life groups, and do not actually provide a full range of reproductive health services for women. They sometimes offer sonograms for pregnant women. However, they are not necessarily staffed by licensed medical professionals and do not provide family planning (like birth control pills) or referrals for abortions. Keep reading »