Wednesday, December 22, 2010
to the Vanilla Gorilla for winning this year's Dead Pool (barring a rash of celebrity deaths in the next 9 days). When little Arnold Jackson was murdered by his wife, I mean fell off of that ladder, VG picked up 58 Dead Pool points and the victory. His prize? A picture of Marisa Miller and a 12 pack of the Coke product of his choice. To all of the participants in this years pool, or any who want to participate, get those lists in in the next week and a half...
Posted by Homer at 11:05 AM
No, not that I'm the worst blogger on the internet, there are plenty worse than me, no that Hef is running out of money and the bunny is about to go under. The evidence you ask? Well, they cleaned off version 7 (or is it 8?) of Pamela Anderson, put their best photoshop wizards to work and put it on display on this month's issue. Combine that with some lame 'golden ticket' promotion they had last month and you can stick a fork in Playboy. They're done.
And really, is it a bad thing? I'd argue that it is not. Whatever panache Playboy once had has been long gone, it is little more than a relic of a simpler, more innocent world. The things that gave Playboy any substance don't sell anymore and for the prurient, there are other outlets that cater to a wide array of perverts out there.
When the inevitable happens and Hef turns in his keys to the mansion and his 3 granddau...., I mean girlfriends, I think that it will be time for the sociologists and others to take a hard look at the impact that the sexual revolution had on American society and culture. Maybe I'm just being a curmudgeon, but I doubt it has been a benefit.
I wonder if the 23 year old girl in the photo above could see where her life was going to take her, would she have still taken this particular journey?
Posted by Homer at 9:36 AM
Tuesday, December 21, 2010
so putting a bunch of addicts and degenerates in a house together might be a bad idea? I'm stunned that Lindsay and her room-mates would make a bad decision like having a party in a half-way house. What's next, the sun is going to rise in the east? At least we can all find comfort in the idea that in 2011, many things may change, but Lindsay's hunt for booze and blow will continue unchecked.
Posted by Homer at 8:44 PM
Monday, December 20, 2010
This is a promo for a new USA Network television show about a legal mediator, I think. I'm still not sure. All I know is if this woman was supposed to make a decision for me, I'd just nod my head and agree. Whatever this woman wants or needs.... I agree to. Maybe it's just me...
Posted by Homer at 6:48 PM