Myrtle Manor “Wiener Girls” Chelsey and Lindsay (see below)
Facebook honcho Sheryl Sandberg made the rounds plugging her new book, Lean In, in which she preaches that women can “have it all.” Or so I heard — do you really think I read this stuff?
I figured that superwoman Sandberg, as part of her having it all, lays claim to some virile, race-car-driving husband. Or possibly a pool-cleaning boy toy. Here are two pictures. Guess which dreamboat belongs to Sandberg.
It was rather rich to see that anti-bullying crusader, Anderson Cooper, in Rome as part of the media’s collective kiss-ass over the Catholic Church’s latest P.O.P. (protector of pedophiles).
TV Report Card
Growing on me: The Americans on FX
Beginning to lose me: Welcome to Myrtle Manor on TLC
The two shows do have one thing in common …
If I am ever on trial for my life, I will instruct my lawyers to reject any gravel-voiced, older females during jury selection. I notice that on Nancy Grace’s program, an inordinate number of callers are gravel-voiced, older females, and they often seem to harbor vast quantities of hostility. None of these angry ladies on my jury, if you please.
I picture these women at home, a glass of whiskey in one hand and a Camel in the other, glaring bitterly at their television screens. Sort of like a couple of women on a well-known animated sitcom …
It’s been much too long since we’ve heard from my favorite celebrity grouch, Daniel Craig. Happily, Craig was in a New York supermarket when he encountered a picture-snapping fan.
“Is watching me food shopping with my wife really all that interesting to you?” Craig reportedly screamed as he snatched the offending camera. That’s my boy.
Will someone please explain to me the popularity of Justin Timberlake? Are boundless energy and ubiquity the same thing as genuine talent?
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