It's been very obviously difficult for friends and loved ones of Anthony Bourdain to wrap their heads around his death today, as we've seen, but it's perhaps hardest for those who knew him best -- like ex-girlfriend Paula Froelich.
Froelich, a columnist, mourned the 61-year-old's passing from an apparent suicide by sharing an old picture of the pair to her Instagram account just a few hours ago, along with a short, sweet message about Bourdain.
Here's what she had to share for the public as she mourned the CNN travel host's death (below):
To a good man, a great friend, a loyal love. That’s all I’m going to say.A post shared by Paula Froelich (@pfro) on Jun 8, 2018 at 5:27am PDT
But it wasn't all for Froelich, who later took to Twitter to comment about suicide and depression, as well.
You can read her tweet thread about the issues, and mental health awareness in general, below:
Here’s the thing about depression: it’s a sneaky little, sticky Bitch. You can be rich as hell, totally successful but still lonely AF and the "you’re nothing but a fraud" voice only goes away when the ambien takes effect.
— Paula Froelich 🤔 (@Pfro) June 8, 2018
The problem with that is ambien makes the harsh voice louder in the morning. And there’s only a few you can talk to about it - but even then sparingly because it just gets OLD, doesn’t it? And you become the sad sack ... even though you’re normally so FUN
— Paula Froelich 🤔 (@Pfro) June 8, 2018
And it can take a village of pills, shrinks, empathetic friends, neighbors, to pull you out of a slump - and guess what?! You’re not manic, or some other couch shrink diagnosis you just have. Regular old depression.
— Paula Froelich 🤔 (@Pfro) June 8, 2018
You know because you’ve wondered and went to go get checked out hoping that there was some magic pill somewhere that would make it all better. But no. There’s not.
— Paula Froelich 🤔 (@Pfro) June 8, 2018
It’s lonely, it magnifies everything into something awful, and you don’t know when or if this cycle will end... so it’s also terrifying. And embarrassing. And humiliating - because there’s something wrong with you.
— Paula Froelich 🤔 (@Pfro) June 8, 2018
But take heart in knowing: only the best, funniest, loveliest, most empathetic, wonderful, talented people have depression. You’re in a good crowd. Now. Let’s go fight that black dog. Together.
— Paula Froelich 🤔 (@Pfro) June 8, 2018
Wow. Well said.
That's serious, serious stuff that deserves a second look, and much thought from all of us.
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Ronnie Ortiz-Magro and Jen Harley may not belong together.
We know this statement may come as a shock to some, but we just really get the impression that this Jersey Shore cast member and his on-again/off-again/on-again girlfriend really ought to be off again.
We've arrived at this bold conclusion following multiple reports that Ronnie and Jen got into a fight on Thursday in Las Vegas.
Like, an actual physical fight.
According to Us Weekly, the intense disagreement got underway after Harley showed up in Las Vegas, where Ronnie is filming scenes for the new season of Jersey Shore.
This was not a planned visit... and it quickly deteriorated into a gigantic and very ugly mess.
“Ronnie and Jen have been fighting over their daughter," an insider tells Us Weekly, elaboraring as follows:
"Ronnie has been filming the show in Vegas the last couple of days and Jen wouldn’t tell him where their daughter is. She showed up to the hotel where they were filming.
"Jen lunged, spit and shoved Ronnie. Hotel security got involved, who then called the Las Vegas police department.”
Does this sounds a tad bit insane? Yes.
Ronnie and Jen engaged in a vicious social media argument just a few weeks ago, one that entailed Ronnie labeling his estranged lover a "cum dumpster" and Harley responding by saying Ronnie was a "coke head" and awful father.
(Yes, father. Ronnie and Jen welcomed a daughter together in early April. God help us all.)
This war of words nearly broke the entire Internet and you can read all about it here:
Somehow, some way, for the sake of their child we guess, Ronnie and Jen chose to stay together and battle through their personal demons and numerous obstacles.
But it sounds as if their relationship is about to be tested once again.
“When police got to the hotel, they couldn’t find Jen,” the Us Weekly insider adds. “She left the hotel at that point. They are still trying to find her for questioning.”
This source also says that spitting on someone in Las Vegas is considered a misdemeanor, which is sort of hilarious.
Isn't someone spit on in Las Vegas about once per hour?
Meanwhile, a follow-up to this initial story claims that Ortiz-Magro and Harley were arguing was the death of their dog.
We'll let the tabloid insider explain what allegedly transpired:
“Their pit bull died. That’s part of why they were fighting.
"Jen was supposed to be taking care of the dogs when he was away filming, and Ronnie came home to their house and found the dog dead in the pool.”
Going back to their back-and-forth in late April, the duo exchanged insults on social media and both accused each other of cheating... and then appeared to get into an actual brawl on Instagram Live.
“Put your hands on me again! Put your f-cking hands on me again, I dare you!” Ronnie yelled in the livestream that was captured by fans and shared on Twitter.
See it for yourself below:
Charles Krauthammer, the long-time conservative columnist and television pundit, informed readers on Friday morning that he is confronting an aggressive form of cancer.
He says he will be dead within the next few weeks.
"My doctors tell me their best estimate is that I have only a few weeks left to live," Krauthammer wrote very simply in The Washington Post earlier today.
Krauthammer passed along this devastating piece of news in a short, matter-of-fact note on the website of the aforementioned newspaper, for which he's worked as a columnist since 1984.
"I leave this life with no regrets," Krauthammer added in the farewell message, which has been making the Internet rounds all day.
"It was a wonderful life -- full and complete with the great loves and great endeavors that make it worth living.
"I am sad to leave, but I leave with the knowledge that I lived the life that I intended."
That's a pretty amazing and admirable attitude for anyone to have, considering what Krauthammer is facing right now.
Krauthammer has also worked as commentator for Fox News over the past few years.
However, he was forced to step away from both the newspaper and the cable network last August for surgery to remove what he called at the time "a cancerous tumor in my abdomen."
It appeared at one point as if the cancer was in remission, but Krauthammer confirmed on Friday that this positive news was only temporary.
"Recent tests have revealed that the cancer has returned," he wrote. "There was no sign of it as recently as a month ago, which means it is aggressive and spreading rapidly."
In his note to readers, Krauthammer thanked co-workers, readers, and viewers "who have made my career possible and given consequence to my life's work."
"I believe that the pursuit of truth and right ideas through honest debate and rigorous argument is a noble undertaking.
"I am grateful to have played a small role in the conversations that have helped guide this extraordinary nation's destiny."
A handful of folks in the world of TV and politics have also chimed in after learning of this tragic news.
For example, Rupert Murdoch, the executive chairman of Fox News, said in a statement Friday afternoon:
Charles has been a profound source of personal and intellectual inspiration for all of us at Fox News.
His always principled stand on the most important issues of our time has been a guiding star in an often turbulent world, a world that has too many superficial thinkers vulnerable to the ebb and flow of fashion, and a world that, unfortunately, has only one Charles Krauthammer.
His words, his ideas, his dignity and his integrity will resonate within our society and within me for many, many years to come.
And Vice President Mike Pence Tweeted the following:
Karen and I were saddened to learn that Charles @krauthammer, a man we greatly admire, is nearing the end of his extraordinary life.
His wit, his wisdom, and his tireless defense of Western values have made an indelible mark on the minds of millions of Americans.
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Getting your child vaccinated is very important if you want that child to live. There’s not really a nice way to say that. Not only does not vaccinating your child make them literally much more likely to die, it also increases the odds that the entire human race is wiped off the face of the planet by some mutated strain of a disease that had been nearly eradicated. But doesn’t a Facebook post by some dumbass celebrity talking about Indigo Children know more than the consensus of the entire medical community?
Well, Kat Von D seems to think so, and according to a new Instagram post, she’s willing to bet the life of her child and everyone else’s children on it.
I knew the minute we announced our pregnancy that we would be bombarded with unsolicited advice. Some good and some questionable – unsolicited none the less. I also was prepared for the backlash and criticism we would get if we decided to be open about our personal approach to our pregnancy. My own Father flipped out on me when I told him we decided to ditch our doctor and go with a midwife instead. If you don’t know what it’s like have people around you think you are ridiculous, try being openly vegan. And, if you don’t know what it’s like to have the entire world openly criticize, judge, throw uninformed opinions, and curse you – try being an openly pregnant vegan on Instagram, having a natural, drug-free home birth in water with a midwife and doula, who has the intention of raising a vegan child, without vaccinations. My point being: I already know what it’s like to make life choices that are not the same as the majority. So your negative comments are not going influence my choices – actual research and educating myself will – which i am diligently doing. This is my body. This is our child. And this is our pregnancy journey. Feel free to follow me on here if you like what I’m about – whether it’s tattooing, lipstick, Animal Rights, sobriety, feminism, ridiculous gothiness, black flower gardening, cats, or my adorable husband. But if you don’t dig a certain something about what I post, i kindly ask that you press the unfollow button and move the fuck on. So before anyone of you feel inspired to tell me how to do this, I would appreciate you keeping your unsolicited criticism to yourself. More importantly, for those who have amazing positive energy to send my way, I will gladly and graciously receive it with love! X
And, if you don’t know what it’s like to have the entire world openly criticize, judge, throw uninformed opinions, and curse you – try being an openly pregnant vegan on Instagram, having a natural, drug-free home birth in water with a midwife and doula, who has the intention of raising a vegan child, without vaccinations.
Let’s just take a moment and think about the irony of a woman who’s not planning on having her children vaccinated complaining about “uninformed opinions.” That’s like Dane Cook complaining about overrated hack comedians or Jordan B. Peterson ranting about having to deal with too many muppet-voiced misogynist shitheads.
My point being: I already know what it’s like to make life choices that are not the same as the majority. So your negative comments are not going influence my choices – actual research and educating myself will – which i am diligently doing.
It’s funny how people who are against vaccinations always talk about “educating yourself.” You mean with reams of scientific research, expert opinions, decades of proven results, and near-unanimous consensus of the entire medical community? That kind of education? Or do you mean ten minutes of listening to Alex Jones and Bobby Kennedy Jr.? Because I kind of think it’s the latter.
Even though I don’t have kids and don’t have any plans to have kids, I did once take the opportunity to ask a doctor about mercury in vaccines. Before I could even finish my question, he cut me off and said “Yeah, mercury doesn’t cause autism,” To which I replied I knew that and said I was thinking about mercury poisoning. He seemed taken aback, as if the only question he’d ever been asked about this was about the link to autism (which is non-existent) and never just about the fact mercury is, on the whole, not good for you. He finally said “Oh, it’s harmless in such a tiny amount, there’s more mercury in a can of tuna,” and I said “I see, cool,” and that was that. Regardless of such, the US actually removed thiomersal from most vaccines almost 20 years ago, so it’s kind of a moot point.
Look, my job is mostly making fun of celebrities, and there’s a good reason that I do it; most celebrities are fucking morons and people still take celebrity’s opinions on things more seriously than actual experts. You’ve seen Keeping Up With the Kardashians, right? And if you’re a little older, maybe you remember a reality show called The Simple Life? Now think of all the celebrities who talk about what geniuses Kim Kardashian and Paris Hilton are. The things that make you famous in our world generally aren’t things that make your opinions in any way valid. And if you need proof that celebrities are idiots, Kat Von D is acting like everyone else is stupid for telling her not to let her baby die of a preventable illness.
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There was a fairly disturbing viral tweet that made it’s rounds on Twitter this week when a mother posted a picture of the active shooter drill instructions, set to the tune of ‘Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star,” from the kindergarten class her child will be attending in the fall.
This should not be hanging in my soon-to-be-kindergartener’s classroom. pic.twitter.com/mWiJVdddpH
— Georgy Cohen (@radiofreegeorgy) June 6, 2018
This is disturbing, but perhaps it shouldn’t be surprising. This is where we are as a society. There were over 30 school shootings this past school year in the United States, and 58 fatalities. And we just don’t seem to care anymore. We’d rather attack the survivors of school shootings than have actual, needed gun control. When “accidental” white supremacist Congressman Steve Scalise was shot and almost killed, he basically apologized to the NRA for making guns look bad.
I’m really at a loss for what to say here. We know what needs to be done and we also know we’re not going to do it. We’re okay, as a society, with school children being killed by their classmates as long as we get to play with guns. We’ll look for any excuse we can find from violent video games to fluoride in the water to not look at the cold hard data that this does not happen in countries that don’t have the free and easy access to guns that we do in the United States.
So this is the world we live in now. A couple of months ago, there was a story about how some drills teach very young children that if there’s a shooter in their room, they should run around and throw books at the shooter, and with it the sinking realization that we’re basically asking children to sacrifice themselves to distract the shooter who is absolutely going to kill them to buy other classrooms more time to get away. A Pennsylvania school district arming children with buckets of rocks is seemingly working under the same principle.
Or we could ban guns. That’s always an option. We could repeal the Second Amendment to the Constitution and have a full ban on handguns and semi-automatic weapons, along with reasonable restrictions on legitimate hunting rifles. That’s what they’ve done in all the countries that don’t have regular school shootings. But we won’t do it. Because we feel, uniquely in the world, that a few hundred dead children is a price worth paying for our cool gun hobby.
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Like most of you, I woke up today to news that Anthony Bourdain had died. I had a passing familiarity with him even though I was never a fan. About the only thing I really know about Anthony Bourdain is that he really, really hated Henry Kissinger, which makes him a good guy in my book. Even though I wasn’t a fan, my Twitter timeline was absolutely full of stories about Bourdain, and it seems like he had a positive effect on the lives of nearly everyone he came into contact with. No one had a bad word to say about him, and that’s something that won’t be true about Henry Kissinger when that war criminal motherfucker finally makes his way to hell.
Earlier in the week we also learned about the death of Kate Spade, someone I had never heard of, who apparently made handbags. I didn’t actually see a lot of stories about her, aside from the fact that she had died, but it’s still a little sad to learn any human being died by suicide.
Just yesterday the CDC published a report that says the suicide rate in the United States has increased by 25% in the period between 1999 and 2016. The leading method of suicide is our old friend the gun, which the study’s lead author says is the cause of death in roughly half of all deaths by suicide.
Yes, easy access to guns does make it easier for people who are inclined towards suicide to successfully complete an attempt, in addition to making it easier to kill a classroom full of children. But we haven’t banned them yet because it would be too hard for NRA members to get an erection without a pistol at hand.
Aside from the fact that people without easy access to firearms are less likely to successfully end their lives, there are no easy answers to the problems that cause suicide. We as a society just have to have empathy and support our friends and family when they need us. And if you need help, don’t be afraid to ask, you’re not a burden, and even though your pain is unimaginable, it can get better. No one will be better off if you kill yourself, unless you’re Henry Kissinger, in which case everyone will be better off.
Bourdain will be remembered favorably for his social advocacy as well as his travelogue show, Parts Unknown. But perhaps he could still be here, doing the things he loved and being with the people who loved him if he had been able to get the help he needed to deal with the pain he was dealing with. If you or someone you love are struggling with suicidal impulses, in the United States, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is 1-800-273-8255. Call it and get the help you need. Please.
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I would like to give a shout out to my man in the background wearing the blue hat. He at least had the self-control to try not checking out Nicole Scherzinger. It was a valiant effort, but the booty is bound to win out.
Had I been in his place I would have had my camera out with the flash enabled. It would be a moment that I tell my grandkids about, I cannot be showing them a grainy picture, now can I? People have gone through great pains to provide me with this level of technology and if I don’t use it on ass shots then I might as well spit in their faces and/or dance on their graves, whichever is applicable.
It is not every day that a man can expect to cross paths with Nicole, unless he is married to her, in which case it probably would get old eventually. Everything gets old eventually, which is why I try to keep this saying in mind when I become too infatuated with a woman: No matter how hot you think a woman is, there is a man out there who is fed up with her shit. It is the rare relationship saying that can apply to both sexes.
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Donald Trump loves black people. He loves them so much that he’s going to pardon them for crimes they didn’t commit.
Muhammad Ali dodged the Vietnam draft by declaring himself a conscientious objector. He was convicted in 1967, but four years later, a jury voted unanimously to overturn his conviction. This is a very important fact.
A fact that Trump is either not aware of or doesn’t understand how it works. Don’t rule out either. Trump still believes Ali has a criminal record and he wants to pardon him. Remember, Ali has no criminal record.
Ron Tweel, Ali’s attorney, appreciated the sentiment. But tried to let the President know that he’s pardoning a free man.
— Tre Ward (@TreWardWLKY) June 8, 2018
Trump is going to take this as Ali, who passed away in 2016, turning down his offer and go on an epic Twitter rampage.
The attempt to pardon comes shortly after Trump went on a pardoning spree, freeing the likes of Martha Stewart and other Apprentice guests from their criminal pasts.
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Anthony Bourdain took his life today on June 8. The celebrity chef was beloved by many, including Barack Obama.
“Low plastic stool, cheap but delicious noodles, cold Hanoi beer.” This is how I’ll remember Tony. He taught us about food — but more importantly, about its ability to bring us together. To make us a little less afraid of the unknown. We’ll miss him. pic.twitter.com/orEXIaEMZM
— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) June 8, 2018
However, while most celebrated the life of Bourdain, ol’ Val Kilmer decided to bash him. The actor took to Facebook to share a lengthy post, admonishing Bourdain for committing suicide.
Oh the darkness.
Oh the dark thick pain of loss. The selfishness.
How many moments away were you from feeling the love that was universal. From every corner of the world you were loved. So selfish.
You’ve given us cause to be so angry. A spiritual guide once told me suicide is the most selfish act a human can execute and I was confused but she explained there’s just no mental place further away from humanity and purpose than the hypnotized numbness that creates the false picture of despair, that forces the victim, unaware, to believe, life’s legacy is over. That there is no more service. No more task. No more love left to give to another to to be given. Nothing to heal.
So what? I hear you took your life in paris. What hotel? Did you relapse? Did you just get home from the best meal of your life? Did you cheat on your girl. Those of us that knew you are shocked and angry and angry and angry selfishly angry, for what you just did to us. Millions I should think. At least a million people like me who imagine they know you. Some imagine they know you even well. But you heard that phone ringing, you felt it buzzing in your coat or pants pocket, vibrating a million times, but you didn’t answer it. You let it ring out. Did you bleed out? Did you suffocate? Did you jump. No you didn’t jump. Is it important we know how you did it? No. But that you did it. One of the tentative titles of my new studio is Bourdains. Because you’ve come to realize and exemplify a steady however dim hope, that history is bending towards justice. Would you have taken your life two years ago when like me you were unable to take in food and move it with your tongue over your taste buds because your tongue was too swollen? Is too swollen. I think and dream and plan on eating and tasting and enjoying every meal I’ve ever enjoyed and every meal I’ve learned to enjoy in my imagination, Altho I’ve never met a meal I didn’t like in the last 40 years except anything with too much cilantro. Was that it? You woke up and realized you were no longer hungry. And that even with a young daughter at home you would never be hungry enough again to want to take in breath.
Was your father’s hate so still so present as to cloud over every last sunny moment of every single damn day Anthony. Oh darkness. My prayer before the light breaks this morning of June 8th, is that it doesn’t ever again fool another warrior like you, who chased the hot slice of momentary satisfaction around the world 15 times, but found no reason for 16. Anthony Bourdain killed himself. At least you had that beer with Obama on a busy street in Vietnam, in a plastic seat, with your favorite type of meal, spicy noodles and goop, and he gave you hope, I saw it in your eyes when you asked him, as if you were 12, to your father, “Are we going to be all right?” And Obama reminded you and us all that history is not written in a straight line. But yet it is written. And it bends towards justice. You found and showed us pockets of freedom from individuals around the world, from your pirate ship of tv and with a crew of brilliant writers producers camera and sound people, assistants, executives and lawyers who saw you clearly and loved you dearly, and went the extra mile on paper, to enable you to walk there, in the rain, before daylight, and waiting for the sun, reflect quietly on the pageantry, about to unfold. You could have and should have given it one more shot. Sometimes we must live in service to another’s life and live with no hope of equality. Life isn’t fair that way. Who says you had a right to take away all this love from us so soon? Oh the darkness. The darkness on the edge of town. “There’s a darkness in the edge of town…”you left too soon my friend. I fell asleep to watching you enjoy Uruguay last night. It was a rerun but I always find something I didn’t see before… you left too soon. And I’m going to prove it…
As you would expect, people on Twitter had some things to say about Kilmer’s reaction. Some were upset by Kilmer’s reaction.
It tells me so much about you that in this moment you shame him. The only appropriate response is love. Unfollowing…
— …….. …… (@jennnsolo) June 8, 2018
Suicide is not selfish. It’s a very personal battle within. Unfortunately, mental illness does not allow you to look past your sorrow and pain. It’s not done out of malice.
— Barbi (@sum1star) June 8, 2018
Isn’t it more selfish to expect him to live for your needs?
— Anthony Rivera (@Froman_Official) June 8, 2018
I guess you don’t understand what being deeply depressed feels like.
— Dubs (@Vintagehands) June 8, 2018
Others were on Kilmer’s side.
I agree, very sad he should have stuck around for his daughter's sake. Breaks my heart the pain she now has been let with because he was a coward. My heart goes out to his family, suicide is an extremely selfish act. Breaks my heart :(
— Lisa Croft (@Croft4Croft) June 8, 2018
I know it's not a popular thought, but having lost very close friends because of suicide, and personally considered committing suicide, I agree with you. It is a selfish act. Most especially when children, loved family and friends are so terribly affected.
— Cynthia (@blznmama) June 8, 2018
I completely agree with you as someone who has struggled with Being bi-polar in the past could see that ending my life is selfish because there are people who loved me and I would have missed being married and father. Daughter is NOW fatherless. Selfish!
— Joseph Gutierrez (@ProfJGutierrez1) June 8, 2018
We all deal with grief in our own way. Publicly shaming the guy hours after his death is the wrong way to do it, but if Kilmer feels suicide is selfish, that’s his right. I can see his point of view. It’s a POV I’ve thought about as I’ve struggled with depression.
I’d say very few commit suicide because they are selfish. In fact, it’s the opposite. They believe no one cares about them and that the world would be better off without them. Even if they are told different everyday, sometimes it doesn’t matter. The feeling of helplessness is overwhelming, and in that moment, it trumps everything.
Kilmer’s words are neither right or wrong. His timing is poor, but his frustration is understandable.
If you think suicide is a selfish act, express that to someone who has those thoughts. Don’t tell them they would be selfish, but tell them how your life would be worse without them.
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You know what happens when you don’t get enough sleep? You make bad decisions. I present to you, Exhibit A:
I never knew how much this dude looks like Shia LaBeouf until now.
Post Malone decided to get “Always Tired” tattooed underneath his eyes. He’d probably be less tired if he got a good night’s sleep instead of getting bad tattoos.
As you can see from the photos, this isn’t the first time the rapper has permanently marked his face. He has the words “Stay Away” tattooed above his right eye. His face reads as a warning to anyone expecting to engage in conversation with him.
There’s sill room over his left eye. He could keep with the theme and get something like “Need Sleep” inked in. Or, he could get “Post Malone” tattooed there to remind people that he was once famous.
Someone get this man a mattress. And a life coach.
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Halloween sequels are a lot like Terminator sequels, bound and determined to make sense of a horrendously convoluted backstory only to mess things up even worse than before. This year’s reboot, simply titled Halloween, ignores everything that happened after the first film, and plays as a direct sequel.
No longer are Laurie Strode and Michael Myers long-lost siblings, that whole mythology is out the window. Now, Jamie Lee Curtis plays Laurie as a woman haunted by her encounter with a madman forty years ago, but determined to get another shot at killing him once and for all.
Now, I love the notion of this sequel, and director David Gordon Green has proven himself time and time again as someone who knows how to direct a film, just makes questionable decisions in which films to direct—see, or rather don’t, Your Highness and Our Brand is Crisis. When he’s on, though, he’s on, as he was for last year’s underrated and under-seen film Stronger, which is the best of the 2013 Boston Marathon attack movies by a mile.
I guess I’m just always leery of Halloween sequels that promise me that everything is going to make sense by the end. “Yeah, the last one was a mess, but this one’s gonna tie it all together,” is an argument that franchise fans are sick to death of. I hold out a modicum of hope this sequel finally bucks the trend—except Season of the Witch, which is the jam.
Halloween, sequel to Halloween, opens on October 19.
Brandi Glanville went up on the auction block at the Babes for Boobs live bachelor auction, and what a time was had by all. I’m glad that Brandi could carve out some time in her busy schedule of telling everyone that Joanna Krupa has a smelly vag to be there. It’s a good cause and the kind of thing that her participation in could end the stigma of her constantly being associated with Joanna Krupa’s fragrant flange.
I’m willing to bet that the gentleman who cast the winning bid was happy to go on a date with the woman who told everyone that Joanna Krupa has a malodorous meat wallet. I wonder what they talked about all night. If I had a dollar, I’d lay it on Brandi bringing up Joanna Krupa’s pungent poon several times. It’s a story that never gets old, I’m sure.
Well, no matter what Brandi Glanville does next, be it for charity or profit, I’ll think to myself, “That’s that lady who told everyone that Joanna Krupa has some musty meat curtains.” After all, what the hell else has she done? I defy you to name one thing, and this charity nonsense doesn’t count.
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As a movie, Tag doesn’t interest me much. A bunch of grown ass men acting like children? I get to see that on the news every god damned day. However, the women starring in Tag are all amazingly hot and busted out the boobage at the film’s premiere!
Isla Fisher was, of course, in attendance. Have you seen Nocturnal Animals? I loved that they cast her to play Amy Adams in the fictionalized version of the story. Brilliant casting, and a pretty great movie too. Especially Michael Shannon, wearing that cowboy hat and coughing up blood? Great stuff.
Annabelle Wallis was there, too. Remember when they were trying to make her and Tom Cruise happen? Not just in The Mummy, but the tabloids were trying to sell us on them as a potential couple? Nice try guys. Fool me once and all that.
There’s also Keltie Knight, whom I don’t recognize. Apparently she was in the Footloose remake, which has now come up twice in the same day after being ignored for the better part of a decade.
Finally you’ve got Leslie Bibb, who’s partnered with my boo Sam Rockwell. Sam’s nowhere to be found in these pics. I imagine he’s off shooting that movie where he’s playing George W. Bush to Christian Bale’s Dick Cheney. Co-starring Amy Adams, because time is a flat circle and all that. I really need to call it a day.
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Arguably the best series that Dreamworks Animation has put together thus far has been the How to Train Your Dragon films. The adaptations of the children’s book series by Cressida Cowell have been pretty spread out, but I think the extra time in production has ultimately been in service of a better finished product. Next year—nine years after the first film hit theaters, and five years after the second—we’ll finally get the trilogy closer, How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World.
It’s interesting that they chose to shuck the numbering system they themselves established with How to Train Your Dragon 2. The lack of numbers thing in sequels has really gotten to me lately. My favorite game to play is “Guess the Order of the Resident Evil Sequels: Extinction, Apocalypse, Retribution, Afterlife, The Final Chapter.” Good luck!
Still, I’ll give them the benefit of the doubt only because the first two films in the series were so good. Another interesting tidbit is that this franchise has had each of its films released when Dreamworks was at a different studio. The first film came out when they were at Paramount, the second when they were at Fox, and now this one will be out when Universal is releasing Dreamworks Animation titles. Weird.
Don’t get too excited just yet—even if you do realize that’s F. Murray Abraham as the villain—because How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World doesn’t hit theaters until March 1, 2019.
Is there even a dress on the market that can contain the cleavage that Mariah Carey is packing? I do not know her exact measurements, but I think a close estimate is 36ZZ. Hopefully whatever fabric she trusts to keep her breasticles in place is some kind of Kevlar composite. I think it would not only get the job done, but also prevent her from being the victim of another Lennon scenario.
One should not take the threat of crazed stalkers too lightly. They can strike without warning. Not even sharks are that cruel; they at least have the decency to show their fin when they approach. In my opinion that is a gentleman’s move, and I respect them for it. I do not respect murderous stalkers, however. That may be controversial, but I stand by it.
Most people would consider me to at a relatively low risk of having a stalker, but I still maintain a round the clock security detail. I hired them off Craigslist for a lot cheaper than one might expect. I change them out every couple months because I am paranoid they will start obsessing over me and end up becoming my stalkers.
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