Tuesday, June 08, 2004

Blog Salad

--I read that Eminem mooned the audience at the MTV Movie Awards. Is this newsworthy? Does anyone expect anything different from this kid?
--Jennifer Lopez married Marc Anthony last weekend. Someone should tell JLo it's okay to sleep with guys without having to become engaged or marry them.
JLo reminds us all that marriage is a sacred institution between a man and a woman, and should only be entered into after some seriously whimsical deliberation.
--British actress Alex Kingston was booted from ER in her role as Dr. Elizabeth Corday. She at first said it was because she was too old (41). Perhaps it was her $150,000 per episode paycheck that did it. I don't think it was her age, I mean, ER is not exactly a teen favorite.
--Ex Baywatch Mimbo David Hasselhoff was arrested last Saturday in SoCal for DUI. In 2002 he had announced a check-in to the Betty Ford Center after a stumbling drunk incident outside a NYC bar. Apparently, he needs to get back that car he used to have that drives itself.
--"Singer" Eric Benet is pestering Halle Berry to throw out their prenup and support him in the manner to which he became accustomed once they are divorced. How embarrassing. I am not buying another single Eric Benet CD in protest. What? There are no CD's? Oh, well.
--This year marks the 10th anniversary of the murder of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman.
O.J. Simpson said the media has convinced people he's guilty and said "he looks forward to finding the real killer so he can have the pleasure of proving people wrong."
Saying he no longer has the money to hire investigators to track down "the real killer," O.J. should seek employment with the Bush administration. They need liars who are able to convince juries they are not guilty, what with the Valerie Plame/CIA scandal they'll have to soon deal with.
--Women in a study who drank at least one sugar-sweetened soda a day were 85 percent more likely to develop type 2 diabetes than those who drank less, said Matthias B. Schulze, who presented the Harvard School of Public Health research at the American Diabetes Association's 64th scientific sessions.
Swell. I used to drink a couple of red label Cokes a day before I developed Type 2 diabetes. Maybe I should sue those bastards?

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