According to the Chicago Tribune, politician-turned-reality-tv-wannabe Rod Blagojevich and his wife, Patti, had no problem spending $400,000 on clothes during his time as governor. This is coming from a man who often claimed that lawmakers were spending the public’s money “like drunken sailors.”
A woman’s relationship with her hair dresser is a special thing. From personal experience, we understand the need to develop strong relationships with the people entrusted with making us look and feel great. Which is why salon owner Nadine Jannuzzi sensed there was something a little off about one of her clients.
There are a lot of things we like about Philadelphia — namely the cheese steaks, the Liberty Bell, and all the brotherly love going around. But if we can’t hang out there in a plain white t-shirt, we’re probably never going back.
Some of you may remember in January when a news report from Taiwanese NMA News went viral in America. The video featured a retelling of the Conan/Leno war as told through what looked like the animation of a Playstation 2 game. Well, if that was NMA’s Steamboat Willie, then they have now produced their own Fantasia in a truly amazing version of the Al Gore sex scandal from 2006. Check out the video after the jump but, be warned: your mind will be blown.
This video teaches us interesting information about the case. Sure, many of us already knew that the former Vice President was accused of “unwanted sexual contact” by a massage therapist in Portland, Oregon, but did any of you know that Gore shoots fire out of his eyes when he doesn’t get his way? After the way the 2000 presidential election turned out, it’s no wonder we have such a global warming problem.
So, if you found the Al Gore sex scandal fascinating but thought it would be more fascinating if it starred characters from The Sims, watch the video. You will not be disappointed.
But apparently, the tides are changing and Allure Magazine has taken interest in the ladies over at one news network. The women of Fox News are being featured in an online slideshow and one-page spread in next month’s issue. “With its bevy of babes, the network should be called the Foxy News Channel,” the site announces.
This is why we love Charles Barkley – he’ll spare no one his unfiltered opinions. He’s on live TV? Doesn’t matter. The subject is his good friend/greatest basketball player ever Michael Jordan? Fortunately, Barkley recently proved that doesn’t matter, either.