Monday, September 10, 2007

Budweiser Clydesdale Strange Choice to Open VMA's

From a conversation I had today with a friend, who shall remain nameless:

ME: Britney Spears has, like, eight hours a day to work out. I'd be surprised if she's done a single crunch.

MY FRIEND: Yeah, instead she's been doing Cap'n Crunch.

Quotes of the Summer

"There's only room for one Casanova in this house."

-- the delusional Eric, on Big Brother 8


It's like watching Mister Burns hook up with Jessica Rabbit."

-- Holly of BB5, commenting on the vomitatious
canoodling of Eric and Jessica, on House Calls.


"Nauseated."

-- Janelle of BB6 and BB7, describing how
Eric's and Jessica's kissing makes her feel.



I would give anything to see Eric's face when Casanova learns that America finds him icky.

Meanwhile Zach has outdone even his "... because I'm Zach" quote with his fuckbrained speech last night about how Jameka deserves to go further in the game because other players have played well, so it's unfair to those who haven't. Huh??


Tragedy + Now = These Two Assholes Laughing









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Problems Got Him Pessimistic



According to Adrants, Tennessee Education Association President and Director of Hayseed Affairs Dr. Earl Wiman is steamed (or grilled) about the Hardee's/Carl's ad with the teacher dancing for her class while a couple of knuckleheads rap about "flat buns," all to the glory of a patty melt.

While Earl's doctorate is apparently in Advanced Moronics, the commercial is pretty dumb.

First of all, this idea was done better by Van Halen about 20 years ago. And with more women.

Second, a patty melt is made with rye (or sourdough) bread... not buns.

Third of all, I literally don't
understand the commercial because the hot teacher does not have (to my mind) flat buns. I find that she has deliciously curved buns. I associate "flat buns" with pre-teen girls and boys, so I have no sexual interest in them. But hey, that's me.

The"teens" in this ad, besides looking like tools, also look about thirty; you can tell they're not actual teenage boys because they're rapping about burgers instead of
watching the incredibly hot girl dancing on the desk.

(Something tells me these guys know how many foot taps mean what in the Minneapolis Airport men's room.)

But while all that makes it difficult for me to defend the ad, I have to. Because I'm offended.

Offended that any Tennessee educator like Dr. Earl Williams wastes one precious minute bitching about bullshit like commercials, when he comes from a state that is red, but not well-read.

Tennessee, under Dr. Earl's chaw-spitting leadership, ranks as follows among our 50 states:

43rd in indicators of child well-being

46th in percent of persons age 25 and over with a high school degree

41st in percent of adults with a bachelor's diploma


50th in total education spending per capita


49th in elementary and secondary education spending


35th in per capita spending on higher education


44th in overall health ranking


45th in the "Condition of Children" index


49th in library systems


48th in total library operating expenditure


50th in home and community-based care




It is estimated that 20 to 39% of Tennesseans are functionally illiterate.




Let's keep our eye on the ball, okay, Earl? Spend less time worrying about X-rated material, and more time worrying about the X's your students use to sign their names and mark their moonshine.