Zergnet: Simply Irresistible
“Mad Men’s” Elisabeth Moss has officially filed for divorce from Fred Armisen citing “irreconcilable differences.” Yeah, I would say if she is a diehard Scientologist and he’s not, that would be an irreconcilable difference. Apparently, if you question any part of Xenu’s teachings, you are deemed a “Suppressive Person” or “SP” by the church and ex-communicated through a process called “Disconnection.” We’re sorry, Fred, but it may be better this way. [Huffington Post, Technorati]
After the jump, some more celeb couples who we suspect may have fallen out over Scientology.
Let’s face it: rap and hip-hop are not known for being particularly lady-friendly. (Ludacris’ “Move Bitch,” anyone?) That’s why we especially love Flavorwire’s collection of rap odes to smart women. Like The Roots’ track, “You Got Me,” featuring Erykah Badu. In it, Black Thought praises his girl: “She taking classes abroad/She studying film and photo flash focus record/Said she workin’ on a flick and could my clique do the score/She said she loved my show in Paris/At Elysee Montmartre.” Check out the other selections at the link. [Flavorwire] Keep reading »
When did conservative female political candidates who make bombastic statements become so chic? First there was Sarah Palin, then Michele Bachmann, and now Tea Party candidate Christine O’Donnell is the toast of Delaware’s Senate race. For the love of vaginas, Victoria Woodhull, Shirley Chisholm and Geraldine Ferraro did not smash through the glass ceiling so that their successors could clog up the 24/7 news cycle with their anti-sex, anti-woman views.
Frankly, Christine O’Donnell’s declaration on the MTV series “Sex In the ’90s” that masturbation is a sin is all the crazy I need to know to make my assessment about her. But in case you and your lustful heart want to give O’Donnell a chance, here are five things to know about her. And you know you want to know how Mel Gibson is involved. Keep reading »
Nina: If I get all A’s on my report card this year, do I get a present?
LL: I expect you to get all A’s. Why would I get you a present?
Nina: Daaaad, that’s my question—you’re supposed to answer it! I’d like an iPad, a new phone, or a puppy. So what would it be?
LL: I think it’s obvious we grew up in different neighborhoods. I would take you out for ice cream.