"Twitter is a service for friends, family, and co–workers to communicate and stay connected."
Or it's a manual RSS feed.
Sure are a lot of pastors who tweet.
I saw this on Gabrielle Union's IMDb message board:
I know being politically correct is the way to go these days, but I'm going to say it anyway. I think its time for Gabrielle to do a movie with hot sex scenes. I cant think of any actress out there that HASNT done one. I respect her acting ability and her preference for doing comedies, but we all know she is drop dead gorgeous and she knows it too. If Helen Mirren can do a sex scene, I think Gabrielle can. [source]
The same chap wrote this on Dominique Swain's board:
Is there a difference between the R rated version of Lolita and the unrated difference? The version I have, theres not much sex at all although they promote graphic sex scenes. [source]
I wonder how many people die each year in CBS primetime. Almost every promo I see for shows on "America's most watched network" involves murder.
I caught a Dunkin' Donuts ad in which a father prevents a television from abducting his children by diverting their attention with donuts. Sends a mixed message, no?
At Whole Foods, I saw a "fair trade vegan brownie" on sale. Doesn't sound like a confection that'd be much fun to hang out with.
How is The Biggest Loser still on television? Who is tuning in to watch fat people work out and cry for two hours every week? This is how you use your time?
I don't wear my glasses when I run.
While running yesterday, I thought I saw conjoined twins in a black sweater approaching me.
Turns out it was just a large mailbox.
For me, The Last House on the Left and The Haunting in Connecticut blur together like The Haunting (of Hill House) and The House on the Haunted Hill, which opened three months apart in 1999.
I like "Bizarre Love Triangle," but I'm not sure that it's a good song.