Another Gratuitous Bare Butt Edition
The week began with lots of positive news: a vaccine for Ebola that has no side effects, the potential end of chemotherapy as a cancer treatment, falling gas prices, etcetera. Pinch me.
But then … the New York grand-jury decision. My first colonoscopy on Wednesday. Alas, things are as unpleasant as ever.
Politics do indeed make strange bedfellows. Incredibly, I found myself cheering Fox’s Greg Gutfeld and Ron Paul’s little boy Rand when they linked anti-smoker madness to the death of Eric Garner. Problem is, their rants against exorbitant cigarette taxes, though valid, were secondary to the main issues, which are police brutality and a flawed grand-jury system.
“You had five cops around there for a guy with a single cigarette!” – Bob Beckel
Earlier this year, Entertainment Weekly celebrated “The Summer of Butts.” MTV, below, tends to agree:
Ariana Grande Butt
Grande was in the news for a mishap at the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show (above). That gives us an excuse to run this picture of Ariana’s ass, purloined during this summer’s infamous celebrity photo hack.
Allison Williams Butt
Sometimes I miss the old days, when the line was more clear between naughty and nice. For instance, I enjoyed watching NBC’s airing of Peter Pan, and I think it’s a capital idea to revive live TV; however … I had a hard time watching Allison Williams as Peter without recalling the actress taking it up the butt in an episode of Girls (below).
By the way, I’m not ashamed to admit that I watched Peter Pan. It was … so-so. Much like last year’s Sound of Music, it was a fun production with a lead actress who could sing but who also, in terms of acting ability, won’t make any of us forget Meryl Streep. But let’s continue this live-TV thing, because it’s a great idea.
I was watching something called the Bayou Classic on NBC, and the announcer kept calling Grambling’s Jonathan Williams a “diminutive quarterback.” Williams, they say, is five-foot-eleven.
So all of you people out there who are shorter than five-foot-eleven, consider yourselves diminutive.
Click either picture for a more, uh, intimate look at Amy
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