Monday, February 9, 2009

Gotcha, A-Rod

Here is Alex Rodriguez admitting to using steroids on ESPN today:

And here he is lying to Katie Couric on 60 Minutes in 2007:

Obama's Prime-Time News Conference

"The strongest democracies flourish from frequent and lively debate, but they endure when people of every background and belief find a way to set aside smaller differences in service of a greater purpose."

Transcript - Obama’s Prime-Time Press Briefing [NYTimes]

Porn Star for Senator?

Stormy Daniels, who has reportedly been "drafted" by a mysterious political group to run against David Vitter for Senator in Louisiana isn't sure if she's willing to take the required "pay cut." What's going on here? Is this a big marketing ploy for something?



Observe and Report

The dirtier, funnier Paul Blart, starring Seth Rogen. Second NSFW post of the day!

A-Rod Admits It!

The curse of Alex Rodriguez digs itself into a deeper hole.

Is the Stimulus Process 'Bipartisan?'

Not according to these guys.

Uncompromising Conservatives Blast Obama For Failure To Act In Bipartisan Fashion [ThinkProgress]

The Sopranos, Uncensored

Want to watch a 27 minute of every swear word ever uttered on the entire Sopranos series in rapid-fire chronological order? Definitely NSFW.

the sopranos, uncensored. from victor solomon on Vimeo.

Chinese Take Obsession With Fireworks Too Far

...and set the CCTV Headquarters in Beijing on fire. Maybe once the fire has engulfed the building they could put the fireworks on hold?

CCTV Headquarters Fire: Rem Koolhaas Tower In Beijing Goes Up In Flames [HuffPo]

Obama Open to Beer Date with Sean Hannity

"I'm always good for a beer."

BeliefNet's Spiritual Film Awards

Faith-based website is hosting a spiritual film awards where you can vote on the godliest movies of the year. I would make fun of how stupid this is, but they actually managed to nominate the two most deserving films of the year, Wall-E and The Dark Knight for their version of Best Picture. I know I see God in both of these scenes.

The Grammys: Chris Martin and Jay-Z

One more Grammy highlight, Coldplay's Chris Martin with "Lost" featuring Jay-Z. Also, does anyone think it's weird that Coldplay won a songwriting award for "Viva La Vida," which they plagiarized?

The Grammys: Radiohead

The second best performance of the night came from Radiohead featuring University of Southern California Trojans marching band with "15 Step."