Belle claims she doesn't see Joe anymore, but the sex is still exactly the same.
An L.A. medical marijuana facility burned for one hour before firefighters put it out. It would have burned longer, but the firefighters ran out of their supply of Yoo-hoo and Cheetos.
I mean, don't get me wrong, that Kate Middleton is the very picture of aristocratic style, but she also looks like she can play herself a mean game of "Who can make the other say "Oh god" first?"
And I'm not saying Kate Middleton doesn't clearly have a lot of elegance and style, but I am saying Kate looks like she could play a ripping-fun game of "Naughty Boarding School Girl Begs Strict, but fun, Schoolmaster For Forgiveness."
Brad Pitt told a German interviewer he doesn't believe in god. And why would he? Look at the crap hand Pitt has been dealt.
That ingrate Pitt shouldn't just believe in god, he should be washing god's car, taking out god's garbage and cleaning up after god's dogs.
Big waves here in Southern California. One wave was so big it actually washed a guy into a movie theater showing"The Ugly Truth."
Dallas QB Tony Romo shot a 69 at a celebrity golf tournament. The last time Romo had a 69 was when (pardon the interruption, but the editors of a.L.b.b. cannot allow the tasteless and frankly obvious Jessica Simpson oral sex/over-eating joke that was to appear here. We apologize for the lapse in judgment)
Friday was Sarah Palin's last day in the office of Governor of Alaska. That means Monday is "Replace All the Stolen Supplies" day in the office of Governor of Alaska.
Last week featured the debut of the first pets only U.S. airline. It's called; Why the Rest of the World Hates Us Airways.
"People" magazine had an article on the rapid drug and booze fueled downward spiral of the once beautiful "O.C." star Mischa Barton. The bad news is Barton is now haggard, aged, bloated and tired-looking. On the bright side, she has the inside track on the title roll in the "The Courtney Love" story.
Since you asked:
For reasons I can’t explain, for a guy who is a 10 on a straightness scale of 1 to 10 – not that it makes me any worse or better than those with different scores, it just happens to be the truth – I have incredibly accurate Gaydar.
Now, if somebody triggers off one or two or even three bells on my gaydar, I might let it pass as a inconclusive reading, a good example is believe-it-or-not-he-is-straight-comedian Russell Brand.
But when five or more bells start peeling, well, the verdict is in. This means you “Twilight” stars Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart. It also means you ESPN announcer Erin Andrews.
Speaking of gay, it is hard to believe it has been 25 years since the Carl Lewis-ridden Los Angeles Olympics. Although it didn’t seem like it at the time, the boycott of all the communist countries gave the 1984 Olympics a faux intrasquad hollow feeling.
Carl Lewis’s phony, hammy and foppish grating personality aside, I’ve always felt Lewis’s incredible greed at sucking track promoters dry – thus killing any real money and motivation for other competitors - along with the out-of-control steroid scandals helped initiate the death of track’s popularity in the US. (And I told the folks at Nike that when I interviewed for the track marketing job I would never get in a million years, and, as Lewis was their main guy at the time, they were not happy hearing it)
But the most glaring bad memory of the 1984 US Olympics? The United States team warm up suits. My god they were hideous. For reasons nobody can explain to me, Levi Strauss was given the job of making the US official “parade/medal ceremony” team sweats and they were these white trash tacky ill-fitting white trash – yes, I said white trash twice, now three times - fuzzy pajamas looking Long Beach swap meet looking pieces of crap.
If an Olympic warm up suit could be a national embarrassment, these were it.
When the US winners held their hands above their heads in celebration, the bottoms of the jackets would rise to their chests exposing their stomachs.
The greatest US Olympics team warm ups were, without question, the ’64, ‘68 and ’72 navy blue with snappy-looking red and white stripes down the sleeves and legs and on top of the collar with the Olympic rings and USA in block print, small on the front and big across the back.
Come on, America, if we can get a man on Joy Bahar, we can get a handsome Olympic team warm up suit on our best athletes.
Let's play an early evening - first cocktail - version of:
Is it, or is it not, rock and roll?
Rubber bands? Rock and roll.
Paper clips? No.
Toothpicks? Rock and roll.
"Two and a Half Men"? Rock and roll.
Reality TV? No. ("American Idol" isn't even rock and roll)
Calvin and Hobbes? Rock and roll.
A nap? Rock and roll.
Whoa, time out. Sandra Bullock turns 45 tomorrow? Damn she looks good. For any age, not just 45.
Sandra Bullock is rock and roll. Paris Hilton is not.