Joyanna Adams

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Nobody’s Perfect: Paris, Lindsey, Katy….Dolly?

Nobody’s PerfectParis Hilton

This week, we have three American diva’s that are crying out for the Nobody’s Perfect award: Paris Hilton, Lindsey Lohan, and Katy Perry.

Did you really want me to talk about Obamacare? I didn’t think so.

First up, we have Paris Hilton, whose only goal in life is to…party, and Lindsey Lohan, whose only goal in life is to..party. You would THINK they would love each other…

But..not anymore. It seems Paris’s brother, Barron Hilton (The Hilton’s like to name their kids properly.) was at a Miami mansion, and said something rather nasty about Lohan, and then Lindsey ordered someone to beat him up.  You have to wonder if this was a knockout warm-up or if Barron is just short.paris brother

Paris was so mad she posted this in Instagram:

“They both will pay for what they did. No one f—-with my family and gets away with it!! And that she should “watch her back. “

Lindsey then had this to say:

“You talk s— about me to my boyfriend, this is what you get.”

This is pop culture at its best.  And a fine example of years going to the best schools. To this Nobody’s Says: Where’s the YouTube video? Come on guys! Was your cell phone stuck in the limo? Lindsey Lohan

And then there’s the woman who used to be married to the greatest pop socialist of the last decade— Russell Brand: Katy Perry. Just the fact that she married him, should tell you all you need to know about her lack of mental floss.

It seem Katy, in an interview, said that she didn’t let her parents go and watch her sing at President Obama’s inauguration last January, because they were Republicans and did not vote for Obama.

From Newsbusters:

As Perry tells it, her parents met when Mary, “a pot-smoking debutante” and freelance journalist, was covering a tent revival in Las Vegas, which Keith, an acid-dropping hippie turned preacher, was attending. “People don’t understand that I have a great relationship with my parents—like, how that can exist,” she says. “There isn’t any judgment. They don’t necessarily agree with everything I do, but I don’t necessarily agree with everything they do. They’re at peace with—they pray for me is what they do. They’re fascinated with the idea that they created someone who has this much attention on her. My parents are Republicans, and I’m not. They didn’t vote for Obama, but when I was asked to sing at the inauguration, they were like, ‘We can come.’ And I was like, ‘No, you can’t. I love you so much, but that—on principle.’ They understood, but I was like, ‘How dare you?’ in a way.”

How dare they? How DARE they want to go to the Capitol (which they help pay for with taxes) to watch their daughter sing (whom they FED from the time she was a baby) even though they didn’t vote for Obama? (Who they also pay his salary by their federally stolen taxes.)  How DARE they?

(Cough) if ONLY they were still pot-smoking acid-dropping hippies again, I bet they could have gone.

Okay: maybe we should take a vote on this one:

All who think that Paris Hilton and Lindsey Lohan are basically acting like spoiled diva thugs, with little class and not much brains…raise your hands.

All who think that Katy Perry’s rudeness to her own parents, not to mention, the lack of ANY kind of simple understanding of our rights as Americans…raise your hand.

Mmmmm

Who won?Dollay Parton 2

I’m going with Dolly Parton! She recently stuck up for Miley Cyrus’s porn inspiring twerking.  Good lord Dolly...as if she needed your help. Did your coat of many colors get lost at the local laundry mat in East St. Louis?

So far, I haven’t seen Paris OR Lindsey twerk at all. Okay. Almost…but not like Miley.

But then again, the year’s not over yet. If Dolly starts twerking— I’m never listening to “I will Always Love You.’ ever again.

December 9, 2013 Posted by | American Culture, Entertainers, Uncategorized | , , | 1 Comment

Eric Schmidt: Still Creepy…

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Ha! Here’s a good laugh on a Monday afternoon…Eric Schmidt

The ‘creepy’ Google guy, Eric Schmidt, thinks that Amazon should not be allowed to use drones to deliver packages. This from a guy who will BAN your conservative writings against democrats on his Google website. He said THIS in Fortune magazine, and I quote:

 “How would you feel,” Google (GOOG) chairman Eric Schmidt asked in the Guardian last April, “if your neighbor went over and bought a commercial observation drone that they can launch from their back yard. It just flies over your house all day. How would you feel about it?”

To which I grabbed THIS quote from Philip Elmer Dewitt:

How would I feel about a drone that could snoop on me? Probably the same way I’d feel about a company that monitored all my online activities — the e-mail I send and receive, the websites I visit, the places I visit, the products I buy, the YouTubes I watch, etc. etc. — and sold that information to advertisers.

Yes, creepy Eric thinks that only governments should have drones because according to him, terrorists could get one and use it.Jeff and drones

Ha! They could do that ANYWAY. If a terrorist wants a drone, or a missile, or guns, I’m sure all he has to do is hook up with the Libyan army (who have all those US goodies) and march across our border. And he could get all those things in Mexico!

You have to laugh when one of the biggest spy networks on the planet is worried about other people spying.  Why do I call him creepy? He also said this:

The Google policy on a lot of things,” he told attendees at the Aspen Institute’s Washington Ideas Forum, “is to get right up to the creepy line and not cross it.”

The question is: What is Eric’s definition of creepy?

So therefore, every time I see Eric Schmidt I can’t help myself…I think of this guy:

December 9, 2013 Posted by | computers, humor, Uncategorized | , | 1 Comment

   

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