Thanks Miss Silver
Here’s Jimmy talking about his autobiography.
This was his most popular song.
Here’s a clip from The Jimmy Dean Show
John Goodman that is.
Wonkette has a piece on Sarah Palin sporting some new wardrobe accessories.
We got a political news tip on our Facebook page from Wonkette operative “Laura,” and it goes like this: “Sarah Palin 12/09 no boobs http://bit.ly/bmQtPJ Sarah Palin today, Instant boobage! http://j.mp/dokqd2 only her plastic surgeon knows4sure.” We are not fluent in the Twitter-Facebook dialects, but somehow we can follow the gist.
The only group of people who look at ladies’ boobs more than straight men are straight women. Experts say straight women spend up to 37% of their time evaluating the breasts of their friends, enemies, peers and total strangers, while the number triples (to 111%) for lesbians. What we mean is, women seem to keep very careful mental records about such things, taking into account a wide variety of factors such as pregnancy, wardrobe, diet, exercise regime, miraculous undergarments and, of course, the work of the cosmetic surgery professionals who keep America’s last alt-weekly newspapers as going business concerns.
And, having just now checked our tipster’s hunch with another woman (also, coincidentally, named “Laura”), we can report with confidence that at least two people with experience in having breasts say that Sarah Palin sure looks like she was trotting out some new work at the horse races on Sunday. Oh, you didn’t know the Palins frequent the horse races these days, with their own racehorse, named “First Dude,” and that it competed “at the 142nd Belmont Stakes, the final leg of racing’s Triple Crown”?
B&P reader, and actress, Aubrey Chandler, aka heehee to most of us, is going to appear in next Monday, June 14th’s episode of Lie To Me on Fox. The episode. “Sweet Sixteen” airs at 8:00–9:00 pm ET/PT and 7:00–8:00 pm CT in the U.S.
Aubrey plays Mary Doyle in the episode. Here is what IMDB has on the episode Sweet Sixteen.
The plot: Still haunted by his unwitting participation in a botched assassination attempt back in 2003, Lightman faces old demons when Jimmy Doyle, the IRA terrorist who lost his family in the crossfire, comes back looking for answers — and vengeance. Given 24 hours to find the culprits behind the crime or face Doyle’s wrath, Lightman is shocked to learn that Foster may have peripherally connected with the incident – a seeming betrayal that compromises Lightman’s investigation and sends him into an emotional tailspin that only the truth can stop…
So from that, I’m assuming Aubrey gets whacked.
I can’t wait to watch it.
Bonus: Here is Aubrey’s demo tape