Wednesday, July 11, 2012

World's Most Famous Party Crasher Announces Summer Tour (In My Dreams)


Oh, how I wish this first story were true.  If it were, I'd start making my sign right now.  I would LOVE to have Bill Murray crash at my place.  Who wouldn't want to sing karaoke with him??  (Super Official News)

This, on the other hand, is a true story, sadly.  Apparently, two strip clubs in Florida are fighting over the "right" to feature Octomom Nadya Suleman as a dancer.  Why on Earth would you want to pay money to watch that woman strip?  (HuffPo)

Ugh, I feel icky from that last link.  Time for a cute chaser!  Here's a slideshow of a Shar Pei who took in a couple of abandoned tiger cubs.  (SF Gate)

"Philanthropy > Douchebaggery."  Words to live by.  (The Oatmeal

The ladies at The Cut gathered the best and worst looks from Fall 2012 Couture runway shows.  I don't care how ridiculous #30 looks, I kinda want it!  (NYMag)

I experience these all the time.  Sounds like I'm not alone!  (The Atlantic)

This is insane.  I knew that people were losing their homes due to "arcane laws and misinformation," like that whole robo-signing scandal, but some are being kicked out over such small debts as $400.  $400!!  (NPR)

Need a last-minute costume for Comic Con?  Check out these how-to videos from BubblePunch.  Love their "Battle Royale" idea!  (BubblePunch)

Women have been trying for centuries to find remedies for morning sickness.  Here's one that someone at SUNY has proposed - just give a blow job!  (It should be noted that this "theory" is the work of a psychologist, not a medical doctor, and also a man, who is probably pro-bj to boot.)  (Jezebel)

People need to stop believing Jenny McCarthy's crackpot vaccine theories and start getting their kids vaccinated!  Children shouldn't be dying of whooping cough - it's 2012, not 1912!  (This rant brought to you by the fact that the damn paper that started the whole vaccine-autism link was completely debunked and retracted so I wish everyone would catch up, damn!)  (Salon)

If you missed Frank Ocean's television debut on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon," you missed a fantastic performance.  This is "Bad Religion" from his debut album "Channel Orange."


  1. The pictures you find for the links are pure gold! I love Bill Murray so much, he can crash my party anytime!