re: Nick Jonas Having Sex Broke The Internet (9 comments)
I guess it beats building houses for the Real Housewives of New Jersey like that other Jonas.
re: Amy Poehler Bombed A Date With John Stamos (14 comments)
John Stamos: Straight Man? Lol no.
re: Rihanna To CBS: 'F*ck You For Pulling My Song' (23 comments)
Yes, you go, Rihanna! Always the tireless advocate for punishing domestic abusers.
Oh wait, except for that time she very publicly exonerated/continued fucking Chris Brown, enabling him to continue his lucrative career in entertainment and sending a wonderful message to her millions of young female fans.
Doesn’t that kind of make her the poster girl for condoning violence against women?
re: On Adrian Peterson And 'Whooping' Kids (214 comments)
Woah, woah, woah. They announced they’re putting him back on the field after saying they would take him off? The fuck?
re: Blake Lively GOOPed Early (14 comments)
Oh my shit. Did you get a load of the “greater good” page??
Wow. Just wow:
““Doing good” is often looked at with a cynical eye. For good reason. Much of it is a selfish act— it feels good, it sounds good, it can be quite self-congratulatory. While it is personally rewarding, there is an impact to be made when we can step back and acknowledge the truths in the motivation— not only the selfish ones, but the ones bred of a genuine desire to be there for others, others who don’t regularly have the fortunate opportunities that we do each day.
Let us be clear. We are a for-profit business.
We celebrate and indulge in the treasures both high and low that we feature on Preserve. We are aware that a lot of what we are selling is outlandish in a world where people are starving and have nowhere to sleep. This is a real problem. One that even on our high horse we can’t ignore. This is our community. Each of ours.
We have set our first goal of giving 5,000 children a meal, 2,000 children a blanket, and 2,700 children a warm hoodie, all within the U.S.
We’re a small, but growing company. Our giving reflects our age. As we mature so will our contribution both fiscally and physically.
We acknowledge that we are human and are flawed. But please accept, our intention is to do something pure. So we ask you, let this be a conversation. Help us grow. Help us give. Please critique us, teach us and be patient with us in the process, as ultimately we are all in this, this spinning sphere, together.”
re: Gwyneth Paltrow: 'Reading Mean Internet Comments Is Just Like War' (59 comments)
Also from the linked article:
“Facebook actually started as a place to judge women on their pulchritude or lack of it.”
re: Donald Sterling Is Sorry He Was Tricked Into Saying The Racist Thoughts In His Head (32 comments)
“Great minds discuss ideas; average minds discuss events; small minds discuss people.” – Eleanor Roosevelt
I love when people regurgitate quotes like this to try to make themselves sound smarter.