If you are struggling to stay afloat, looking to alleviate your Depression depression and do not dwell on the righteous path of abstinence and salvation it seems the only other alternative is to put down that blunt and pick up some booze.
The magnifying glass under which Michael Jackson has lived his entire life has exacted an obvious price. Still as we berate him we can't stop watching him -- no matter how often we think we've seen it all.
Perhaps we can celebrate in the same spirit that inhabited that first Oscars at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel in May 1929, just 5 months before the whole world slid into the economic abyss.
It is my sincere hope that women of superior taste will heed the above advice and serve as models of appropriateness for those whose fashion sense falls prey to the epidemics of weather.
But wasn't the whole point of Netflix and every other me-based entertainment platform to help people avoid the snickering video store clerks? Hasn't bad taste become every American's basic human right?
In Six Degrees of Paris Hilton author Mark Ebner deftly, boldly and unflinchingly turns over the 3-carat rocks to show the wanna-bes squirming with the worms.
During the campaign, there never any pictures of President Obama scowling at a press member; Barack smiled a lot and demonstrated an even temper and never yelled.
In Utah, it's: Let's Bark City, not Park City.
We hear Myspace is doing very well for themselves in these troubled economic times. Less people working, more people on Myspace. And then there's me who can't even get onto Facebook.
What kind of dog you prefer, they say, speaks volumes. Pit bulls are favoured by the insecure, teacup dogs by the frilly. But how you treat those animals says a lot more.
Last fall we brought you coverage of the 2008 Emmy Award Gifting Suites. A new year means more award shows, which means more swag suites, which means more free stuff for stars to collect.
2009 Predictions: September: Paris Hilton endorses John McCain. October: Rod Blagojevich wins Halloween costume contest dressed as Honest Abe Lincoln.
It's only natural that after our most recent 12-month carnival, 2007 would seem relatively blah. Every now and then, history lays an egg. What happened in 1957? 1910? 1887-1897?
Flaab.com launched a mere 26 days ago, but because it's designed by recent Stanford economics grad Kenneth Shaw for maximum humiliation, nauseating enemies quickly emerged.
Paris Hilton has achieved global iconic status without ever having accomplished anything. She taught us all that that it is ok, even fashionable, to have success without substance.
I have discovered that old timey, stodgy "advice" to movie stars and politicians doesn't work. What they need are "predictions."