Today's Evil Beet Gossip

Football Player David Tyree Says That Gay Marriage Will Lead to “Anarchy”

Yeah. Bad, bad anarchy. The worst, apparently.

Tyree, who’s a former Giants player, spoke out in defense of the National Organization for Marriage, which is a fundamentalist group in support of heterosexual marriage only (or as Carrie Prejean would have you think, “opposite marriage“). Tyree states:

“It’s not about establishing a theocracy, it’s about what’s right. How can marriage be marriage for thousands of years and now all of a sudden because an influential minority has a push or an agenda and totally reshapes something that was not founded in our country, not founded by men, and it’s something that’s holy and sacred. I think there’s nothing more honorable than fighting for, especially if we really care about our future generations.”

I honestly appreciate the dedication to his higher being, but he apparently doesn’t realize that the two are apples and oranges to a lot of people.


This is John Edwards’ Mug Shot

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My first thoughts? What the hell do YOU have to smile about, fucker?

John Edwards, recently charged with charged with conspiracy, four counts of illegal campaign contributions and one count of making a false statement, has a history of bad fortune. He cheated on his ailing wife with some obsessive, attention-seeking campaign bagger, fathered a child whose paternity he vehemently denied for two years, begged a friend to take responsibility for the child that wasn’t his, got ditched by a woman who had weeks to live, and soon after ended up the widower of the woman whose heart he had broken.

Yeah, mad tons and tons to be stoked about. Especially the possibility of that 30-year prison sentence if convicted. Loser.

Stars Are Just Like Us: Christina Hendricks Edition

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They look like goons when a fierce wind blows, too.

Above (and below) we have the ever-lovely Christina Hendricks doing her best to fight the elements during a recent jaunt in West Hollywood. Without a flat iron.

While we’ve got her here, let’s talk about the concept of a Christina Hendricks without red hair. I mean, I love the shade on her, and that creamy porcelain skin is totally accentuated by the copper, but her hair’s eventually going to start breaking off at the root if she keeps this color going forever. I had my hair dyed the very same shade of red once and it lasted all of nine months. Though I positively loved it, it began looking like cheap, over-processed doll hair over the course of a few months. It went, and it went fast.

Can we imagine Christina Hendricks as anything, really, but a ginger?