Someone has obviously murdered Renee Zellweger and is now pretending to be her.
“Everything is cyclical. So I just enjoy the good times. And when the bad times come, I know it isn’t forever. It’s happened to me three or four times in my life. But I moved forward.”
“I am not going to subscribe to Sarah Palin’s $9.95 per month [TV channel]. I got all the Sarah Palin I need for one lifetime.”
Dean Baquet, who has replaced Jill Abramson as the executive editor at the NYT, told owner Arthur Sulzberger that Sulzberger had to choose between them. If Sulzberger didn’t fire Abramson, Baquet, the first African American managing editor at the paper, would quit, claiming “humiliation” over the job offer to Janine Gibson, who was going to become co-managing editor for digital.
Sulzberger, knowing he had to face a firestorm over an African American or a woman, decided to fire the woman. He may have rationalized his choice by telling himself that women aren’t really a “minority,” like African Americans. But when it comes to getting jobs like executive editor of the Times, women sure as hell are a minority.
As speculation swirls around who will replace David Letterman when he retires next year, I predict it won’t be Ronan Farrow.
“He sort of stinks on TV. Just because someone is a boy-genius-turned-Twitter-star doesn’t mean they deserve their own TV show.”
MSNBC source on Ronan Farrow and his horrible ratings.
Farrow is so uncomfortable it makes me uncomfortable to watch him.
A new poll of likely voters shows that 52% have never heard of Charles and David Koch.
But I bet they’ve heard of the Kardashians…
A republic if you can keep it, people, and you in that 52% aren’t helping.