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Posted on Feb 12th
re: The Crap We Missed - Wednesday 2.12.14 (3 comments)

How’d he get Selena Gomez’s shirt…this can only mean…oh my god, nobody tell Bieber!

Posted on Feb 12th
re: The Crap We Missed - Wednesday 2.12.14 (21 comments)

“I can’t believe she puts her swollen, puffy lips on display like that.”

“Yeah, what was she thinking with those tights?”

“Oh yeah, those are pretty bad, too.”

Posted on Feb 12th
re: The Crap We Missed - Wednesday 2.12.14 (26 comments)

“Hey, everybody, meet my new boyfriend. We just made a tape of our love. Just for the two of us – don’t ever publish it all over the internet, OK?” *wink*

Posted on Feb 12th
re: The Crap We Missed - Wednesday 2.12.14 (21 comments)

From the look on his face, they’re rehearsing a scene from “I Am Sam 2″ – younger blonde woman teaches Sam how to “drive stick.”

Posted on Feb 12th
re: The Crap We Missed - Wednesday 2.12.14 (22 comments)

Malcolm Smith is actually facing away from the camera. He’s the guy in the grey suit. I don’t know who the guy in the leopard print and the guy in the black suit are. That might be why they’re unnamed.

Posted on Jan 30th
re: The Crap We Missed - Thursday 1.30.14 (13 comments)

“Why am I smiling? I’ll be honest – at first, I was annoyed that I couldn’t escape these bozos. But then it made me realize how much worse things could be for me. My best gig could be riding the coattails of a former colleague’s yogurt commercial. Commercial, not sitcom. For yogurt. That’s cultured milk. Yogurt. I’m a lucky man.”

Posted on Jan 15th
re: Sports Illustrated Swimsuit: 50 Years of Beautiful (14 comments)

Irony is when the stated meaning is different from the actual meaning (which was the case here). It is also when the audience has knowledge unknown to the character. In this case, the character would be me, and the audience would be folks like Keith or Sprub who got the joke. Irony can also be a state of affairs that is different from what you were expecting. You were expecting a comment about Katherine Webb; you got one about Farrah Abraham, and it clearly threw you for a loop. A loop that ended with you (inaccurately) calling me a moron.

So pretty much any way you slice it, you’ve just been confronted with an overwhelming case of irony. Hopefully, this experience has broadened your understanding of the concept. Now, go back to staring at titties and leave the big-boy stuff to people who don’t have to look up literary terms in the dictionary.

Posted on Jan 10th
re: The Crap We Missed - Thursday 1.9.14 (32 comments)

That’s not the point. The point is – she’s still a minor, and she’s not a public figure. It shouldn’t matter what she dresses like – no one should be photographing her every move. We all wore stupid stuff in our teens – we didn’t have millions of people mocking us for it. She deserves the chance to finish growing up without that kind of scrutiny.

Posted on Dec 30th, 2013
re: Logan Fazio Bikini Photos: Miami (1 comments)

“Hey, anybody know how this cylinder thingymajig works?”

Posted on Dec 30th, 2013
re: Logan Fazio Bikini Photos: Miami (1 comments)

Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you the Danica Patrick of tabloid photojournalism.