February 17, 2012
Oh, the indignity of it all. But they look so silly!
At least Andy Cohen's self-aware? Plus, Bill Bellamy is confused about birth control and Katie Couric is going on a "tweetcation" with her girlfriends -- whatever that means.
These guys are the ultimate hobbyists, why shouldn't they get their own trading cards?
Apparently Dick Cheney had something to do with Del Wade Kach’s surprise support for gay marriage.
Just a few days ago Del. Wade Kach voted against the same-sex marriage bill in committee. Here's a statement he released about why he changed his mind.
American Bridge PAC released a pop up video parody of Mitt Romney's Detroit ad today. The ad highlights, among other things, Romney drove a Canadian built car, spotlighted a photo taken in New York, and his controversial "let Detroit go bankrupt" comments.
The Soundgarden frontman delivered a wonderful rendition of Whitney Houston's signature song last night in San Francisco. Try not to get chills.
I'm sure all the Beliebers out there will find a way to blame this on Selena.
Or is this moment captured on camera just your average, friendly hug from a shorter woman? You decide.
And that's to say nothing of her unbuttoned high-water acid wash jeans. Plus, George Clooney is super lonely, you guys, and those crazy Mormons are at it again. These and other Buzz that slipped past our radar await your clicking pleasure.
In honor of Mardi Gras starting next week here's a picture of a bulldozer cleaning up a New Orleans streets. Humans are filthy.
Jim Gaffigan recently announced he will be shooting a comedy special in Washington D.C. which will be available for $5 download. $1 from each download will go to The Bob Woodruff Foundation which helps wounded veterans and their families. Here's what Gaffigan had to say about the special. (via techcrunch.com).
There's got to be a lesson in here somewhere. Oh, right: if you're a celebrity, don't drive around LA with your pants unbuttoned because the paparazzi will be waiting to catch you with your fly open.
Bring back Community already! These two kids need to entertain. It's in their blood.
You just got pandabombed, Harper!
My personal favorites are Lumpy Space Princess, Turtle Princess, and Breakfast Princess. Who are yours?
It could influence the national conversation, but Ohio voters hold little love for their former Senator.
Country singer Miranda Lambert has become the most outspoken celebrity about Chris Brown's Grammy win. Go Miranda!
I mean the music's okay, but I really love Skrillex for the words.
EVIL SOAP! I'm sorry, but these are the absolute best paper dolls anyone has ever designed for anything. New York Magazine's Vulture created this series of four completely on-point paper dolls with some of the best characters from PBS's epic series, "Downton Abbey." If you don't already watch it, these printouts will certainly get you back on the couch.
And he's still in love with Leslie. Plus: the return of Ron Swanson's alter ego, Duke Silver!
At last Sunday's Grammy Awards, Foo Fighters front man Dave Grohl used his acceptance speech to sing the praises of analog recording. Though many (including BuzzFeed) praised the speech (and lamented that Grohl was cut off by LMFAO's "Party Rock Anthem"), a large sector of the Internet was pissed. So he wrote them a letter.
Finally, the list you've all been waiting for. These people are everything i aspire to be.
Rumor has it Chris Brown is going to be featured on a track with her. Thoughts?
Among the many performances during yesterday's celebration of their fallen dictator's life was a song performed by the country's first-ever girl group. First-ever! The Jongettes -- yes, really -- performed a tribute to Kim Jong il and later on a group of synchronized swimmers danced to the song, "We Will Defend General Kim Jong Un at the Risk of Our Lives." How uplifting!
I'm not supposed to be feeling this way right now.
Nobody saw it coming. Campaign sources point to felon voting, but it's a big moment for Santorum.
Simply fabulous.These outfits are larger than my apartment.
Transvaginal ultrasound is the new scarlet letter. Virginia leaps backward to take first place with one of the most Big Brother draconian reproductive laws to date.
Every group of friends has that person who's not around often, but is constantly being talked about. His exploits are the stuff of legend and a night out with him takes on a near-mythic feel. This is the story of one such person: "Moose."
You come at the king, you best support marriage equality. Michael K. Williams, who played one of the greatest gay characters in TV history on "The Wire," continues to be all kinds of awesome. (Thanks Mara!)
These are the greatest photos of the greatest basketball player of all time. Happy 49th birthday, MJ.
...As if you needed another reason to watch Will Arnett, ever. I didn't realize NBC could make such a blatant, televised reference to an ABC show but I welcome the reference to Oceanic flight 815 in my sitcoms any day.
Jimmy Kimmel thinks it's high time to bring back the host's old call-in news show, but with a twist: animals. Here's a clip from the potentially-amazing fake tv show, "Larry King's Animal KINGdom."
This is everything that's wrong with the world today.
A campaign source says that a top endorser will switch teams.
This kid has serious moves. I hope you take his advice and watch it over and over again.
Well, that got dark fast.
In my ongoing effort to ruin your day with Courtney Stodden pictures, I bring you near PROOF that this wonderful 17-year-old is OUR generation's Marilyn Monroe. What's the proof? Well, for starters, she dressed up like her. But, seriously, you guys: If you ever want me to stop posting pictures of Courtney Stodden, just tell me. Or don't. Because I won't.
The sports commentator you're about to listen to is Daryl "Razor" Reaugh. I believe the Razor has coined the term "six shades of sexy" with this piece of skilled analysis.
The DNC recently began attacking Mitt Romney for the large amount of government money provided to the 2002 Olympic Games, of which Romney was the President and CEO. In 2000 the GAO prepared a report in response to accusations of pork-barrel spending on the Salt Lake Games. The report, entitled Olympic Games Federal Government Supplies Significant Funding and Support, was prepared in response to inquires from Senator John McCain and Rep. John Dingell. The 103 page reports highlights that the 1.3 billion dollar 2002 Olympics cost almost a billion dollars more than the 1984 Games in Los Angeles, and more than 600 million dollars less than the Games in Atlanta in 1996. Of the 1.3 billion dollars cost, about $254 million was for planning and staging the Games. The remaining $1 billion was planned or had been used for highway and transit projects.
In 2002 Mitt Romney ran a tight race for Governor against Democrat Shannon O'Brien. To communicate with voters, Romney gave a series of PowerPoint presentations to better explain his political positions and plan for the state because of his thin resume. The topics covered a wide range of issues such as reforming health care, fixing housing, transportation, the Big Dig, creating jobs and a environmentally stable Massachusetts. Here are six of those PowerPoints.
Do you think you can guess how a babe keeps her muff based on how she dresses? Does your co-worker's carpet match the drapes? Is that geeky girl in your class secretly a sex kitten who shaves it bald? The answers might surprise you... This is GuessH…
Foster Friess said this afternoon that “back in my day, they used Bayer Aspirin for contraception” comment. He later said it's all just a misunderstanding.
Restore Our Future plunked down $2.5 million Friday.
Detroit-area Republicans rooting for the Pennsylvanian here in Romney's must-win state.
Tells BuzzFeed he's not responsible for Friess' ribald brand of humor.