What We’re Hating This Week:
William Shatner hate: Shatner drew the ire of Star Trek fans for failing to attend Leonard Nimoy’s funeral. Screw the trekkies; I’m on Bill’s side. Isn’t it possible that, like Klingons and tribbles, their ballyhooed “friendship” was a fiction?
Saturday Night Live hate: Some viewers were offended by an SNL spoof of girls running off to join ISIS. Screw those viewers; I’m on SNL’s side. The show finally did a skit that made me laugh out loud, and people are complaining?
Jodi Arias hate: If we’re going to put black men to death on a regular basis, we ought to be able to put an attractive white woman to death — at least once in awhile. That is, if we’re going to put anyone to death. Silver lining: Nancy Grace is upset with the hung jury, and it’s always fun to see Nancy Grace upset.
Sheryl Sandberg hate: Facebook’s Sandberg was on Fox advocating for men sharing more household and childrearing chores.
“On the home front, couples that share responsibility 50-50 are happier, lower divorce, more sex,” said Sandberg. Sounds good. But then she cited an example of a man on board with her campaign: “We got LeBron James with a sign [that reads] ‘All-Star Dad.’”
Great example, because we all know that LeBron James does 50 percent of the childrearing and household chores in his home.
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