Well I had a rough weekend and am really paying the price this morning
. Very tough to get going, but somehow will muddle through. I actually have a really good story this afternoon that had totally slipped my mind. It concerns a rock/rapper who got a girl pregnant, lied to her and so much more. It even takes place in two different countries.
For those of you who e-mailed this weekend, I promise I will get to you at some point today. I always write everyone back, but depending on the nature of your request or the time I have available it can take a few days to write back.
To make up for the shorter/later post this morning I will try and post a few additional times today.
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Kate Winslet finds ultra-thin models disturbing and keeps her daughter away from images of those models. I think this story is actually boring as hell, but it did allow me to talk about Nicole Richie for a second. Not her arrest which everyone is talking about, but how about her height and weight which she gave to the police. 5'1″ 85 pounds. 85 pounds? I know she wishes she said 100. 85 pounds? Wow. The other thing about this Kate story is her husband the director does not seem to have those same issues. I think someone today should go back and look at the people he has cast and see if they are “normal” like Kate, or super-thin like Nicole (well, not that thin.)
Do not ever call Tori Spelling an idiot. That garage sale of hers was a publicity stunt to end all publicity stunts. Can you imagine if another D-Lister had a garage sale. Would there be helicopters and news cameras swarming? Hell no. Tori and her team and the people at her reality show played this perfectly from start to finish. Now, for full disclosure. I have known Tori for almost ten years and so there is no way I would ever slam her anyway, but this was an incredible stunt.
Pete Doherty at the scene of a death. I am sure you have read it before. He will probably be convicted somehow of the crime but as a punishment will have to pay a small fine and autograph some CD's for poor children.