Monday, August 18, 2008

Great Moments...

At this point you know as much as I do!

Wednesday, August 06, 2008

In the news:Biggest Celebrity in the World Edition

This is my rundown of the biggest celebrities in the world:

Paris Hilton Responds to McCain Ad
Hilton released a Web video of her own Tuesday saying her inclusion in McCain’s ad must mean she’s running for president.
The tongue-in-cheek video is laced with age-based insults. Hilton may not be known for her trenchant wit, but the two-minute spot is a satirical blend — part “Daily Show,” part “Legally Blonde.”
So if Paris has to respond to the McCain ad comparing Barak Obama to her, this
must mean that she doesn’t want to be associated with Obama. Or maybe she’s just
upset that she’s no longer considered the biggest celebrity in the world.

McCarthy: Favre not ready to play for Packers
Speaking publicly for the first time about his series of meetings with Favre, Green Bay head coach Mike McCarthy said the quarterback was not in the "proper mindset" to continue as a member of the team.
Well with the way Brett has been bellyaching about wanting to play again his
mindset must be that he’s the biggest celebrity in the world!

Olsen seeks immunity over Ledger
Actress Mary-Kate Olsen will not speak to investigators about Heath Ledger's death unless she is granted immunity from prosecution.

An official said the 22-year-old wants the assurance before speaking to the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA).

Olsen was the first person contacted by the masseuse who discovered Ledger's body. Her lawyer said she has told the authorities all she knows.
Ah the plight of being the most wanted celebrity in the world and having to deal
with the deadest celebrity in the world! It could be worse. These two could be
the biggest celebrities in the world.

Poll: Nearly half hearing too much about Obama
With Election Day still three months away, 48 percent said they're hearing too much about the Democratic candidate, according to a poll released Wednesday by the nonpartisan Pew Research Center. Just 26 percent said the same about his Republican rival, John McCain.

Much like Paris, Brittney, Brett Favre, The Oleson Twins, Mylie Cyrus, P
Diddy, and anyone else that has been over-exposed by People Magazine, it’s not
long before people get fed up by the Biggest Celebrity in the World.