Thursday, May 5, 2011

Watching grass grow, paint dry, and the Republican debate

21 year old Bristol Palin gets a chin implant, some lipo, and lip injections.  Before is on the left and after is on the right.  It’s her face and she can do what she pleases, I just wonder why a 21 year old needs this.  No word if any work was done below the neck or between the ears.

Turns out there were US forces just yards away from the Bin laden compound in 2008 as part of a training program with the Pakistani military.
Colonel Bill Smith: Hey Mohammed, who lives there?
Major Mohammed Sharif: “I dunno, but he keeps to himself.”

Why is that when reporters interview neighbors of nefarious people, they always get similar responses:
“He was quiet, and always paid his rent on time”
“Never had loud parties, in fact, guests were very infrequent.”
“He waved, but I wouldn’t call him overly friendly”

According to the Alan Guttmacher Institute, one in three American Women will have an abortion by age 45, and 58% are in there 20’s, while teens account for fewer than 20% of all abortions.  Further, 60% of women who have abortions already have a child, 75% describe themselves as religiously affiliated, and Catholic women have abortions at the same rate as women overall.     I guess pro-choice god-hating liberals and reckless teenagers don’t have a monopoly on abortion.
Rick Santorum, Tim Pawlenty, Ron Paul, Herman Cain, and Gary Johnson are attending the 1st Republican Presidential Debate from South Carolina that is being broadcast by Fox News.  Fox would be better off showing the debate between Pedro and Summer from Napoleon Dynamite.
Here’s an idea: Take all of the potential Republican candidates: Pawlenty, Santorum, Cain, Johnson, Paul, Romney, Palin, Bachmann, Daniels, Huckabee, etc. and put them on a special Presidential Apprentice hosted by Donald Trump.  Win-Win.  Trump gets his publicity and America gets a car wreck it can’t stop watching.
Laker Ron Artest is a thug and was rightly suspended for 1 game following his forearm smack to the face of Maverick guard Jose Barea in the closing minutes of Wednesday’s game two.
AMC’s The Killing gets better each week and joins Mad Men, Breaking Bad, and Walking Dead on the list of that network’s high quality shows.  Last night’s Justified season finale didn’t disappoint and get ready to give an Emmy award for Margo Martindale.    Meanwhile on HBO, Treme is trying my patience.

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