What is this, sweetheart?
It broke my heart to let you go, but I see now that I dodged a bullet.
I still love you, baby. Blake Lively and I are very, very happy, and I just want what’s best for you. And those boots, baby? They’re what’s best for, like, gay coal miners.
And your boobs look absolutely adorable in this dress. But, see, the thing is, as an adult woman, you don’t want your boobs to look adorable. Eleven-year-old girls have adorable boobs. It’s, like, “Aw, look how she’s put tennis balls in the training bra. That’s adorable.”
Get it together, baby doll.
February 22, 2008 at 5:06 pm by Evil Beet
What we need is Britney Spears to stay home instead of traipsing all over town. That would solve the problem. We don’t need additional laws…. I’ve got laws coming out my ears to deal with this issue.
What you have is several young women in this town and several young men basically making fools of themselves and tying up not only my resources but the resources of the media that would do better covering legitimate stories instead of a bunch of airheads running around out there….
Quite clearly some of these characters so favored by the paparazzi are clearly in need of services. Not police services, but psychiatric services.
LAPD chief William Bratton, regarding the proposed “Britney’s Law,” which would crack down harder on those pesky paparazzi.
February 22, 2008 at 4:27 pm by Evil Beet
REM’s back with a new album, Accelerate.
Here’s the video for the first single, “Supernatural Superserious.”
February 22, 2008 at 4:22 pm by Evil Beet
It’s a non-issue, kids.
McCain’s gonna win the whole thing anyway.
February 22, 2008 at 11:08 am by Evil Beet
Do you recognize the celebrity in this photo?
10 years ago, you knew her well.
She’s 36 now.
Jump inside to find out who it is.
February 22, 2008 at 11:03 am by Evil Beet
It “was an idea we discussed together and came up with… it was about how we all have different consciences and voices in our head that tell us what to do and how to react. They’re not good or bad, they’re just voices that we hear, telling us how to behave. That’s what the other figures are in the painting,” says the artist, Vincent Fantauzzo, who painted Heath just weeks before his death.
Something tells me this is going to end up as a poster on the wall of teenagers everywhere for many years to come.