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Michele Bachmann practicing.

Yes, Wisconsin, get ready to be the BUTT of the Marcus and Michele Bachmann jokes. Marcus better for his own good.… Read More »

Not to be Debbie Downer...

The expression, “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results” must have come from someone who year after year made New Year’s resolutions that by January 6 could not live up to their best intentions. Guilty as charged. The expression “New Year, New You” makes me chuckle since the twain from the old person becoming a new one rarely meets. That’s probably when the expression, “People Don’t Change” started.… Read More »

Monica Lewinsky and Kim Kardashian proved that one did NOT have to go to great lengths in order to achieve fame. In fact, one could simply go as far as down :)

  LAST FIVE MINUTES OF FAME is a novel novel by Abe Gurko, who stupidly believed Andy Warhol’s edict, “In the future everyone was going to be famous for fifteen minutes.” “It was 1973; I was short, fat, and four-eyed with no immediate hopes of having a life worth living. By no means was I a candidate for becoming a jet setter, and no foreseeable signs of hobnobbing with the lanky Mick Jagger, the groovy Penelope Tree or the beautiful, haunted Marianne Faithfull. Nope. Not from the barely upper middle class upbringing I was experiencing far from that madding crowd. Somehow the… Read More »

Instead of their obligatory Oscar party, United Talent Agency gave $320,000 to ACLU & IRC and hosted one groovy rally in LA.

When I looked up the origins of the expression “Rally ‘Round The Flag”, boy, was I stunned. Conceived by John Mueller, a political scientist in 1970, the concept—referred to as a syndrome—reduces criticism of governmental policies and increased short-run popular support of the President of the United States. And here I thought is was a song about freedom and boys, not to mention a film with Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward.… Read More »

The KKK wants you to get ready to wear their iconic look.

Move over Marc Jacobs, Brandon Maxwell and Raf Simmons because the KKK debuts its ready-to-wear collection @NYFW. Will Anna Wintour sit front row? The White House has requested front row seats for Melania Trump, while Ivanka Kushner has refused to attend in solidarity with her Jewish husband, Jared, the nebbish.… Read More »

The Manzie Report loses it.

I mean…MAN puts the man in Manzie, and man oh man, what a bunch of bullshit! That is, of course, your idea of ideas for men is slapping together a shitload of nonsense and decide to call it fashion.… Read More »

Anna Wintour needs to stay away from Kanye West.

Did you hear the collective gasp of disbelief when the media reported you and Kanye West (of all people) were summoned to the gold version of a glass house? Please, do tell how your business meeting with @realDonaldTrump went the other day. I, like millions, am dying to know. … Read More »

Kanye West + Donald Trump = Gross Baboon Squared

Just when you thought you couldn’t despise Kanye West anymore, comes his admission that he did not vote, making him an old wanna-be millennial. To make you hate him even more than I do already and have since forever, he professed his love for the Orange Fuhrer, Donald Trump.… Read More »

CNN Certainly Not News

Handsome Anderson Cooper no longer belongs on CNN, the Certainly Not News, or better yet, Crap Not News network. It has become a poor excuse for what a real news station should be.… Read More »

"I am fearful when I see people substituting fear for reason." Klaatu (Man from Outer Space)

The message in the 1951 film, The Day The Earth Stood Still was a warning to Earthlings that they were in danger of destroying themselves. How prophetic. We have all experienced “The Day The Earth Stood Still”. There are only a handful of those days in one’s life that are vividly remembered as though they happened yesterday. Not just fond memories of a life worth living such as your first kiss or better yet, that first roll in the hay. I’m talking about monumentally, historic days that you live through. Days like September 11, 2001 or November 22, 1963 when John F. Kennedy was shot… Read More »