Wii Fit seemed like the perfect momentary obsession workout regimen for someone with absolutely no willpower or motivation who needs to be distracted in order to exercise.
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In episode 11 of my show for The Mother Nature Network I ask the "tough" questions in defense of Gaia.
This past Thursday, MSNBC's Rachel Maddow had Pat on her show, where they had a long discussion about how Pat thinks the white man is the true victim of racism in America.
Attention, America! We sit on the precipice of a total meltdown of one of the key economic backboners of this great nation. The professional pornography business is in jeopardy.
What happens when you're lampooning someone, or some segment of society, but in exposing their ridiculous notions, they only think you're promoting their cause?
In episode 10 of my show for The Mother Nature Network, I learn that either I have amazing powers of persuasion...or people will eat some of the nastiest stuff in the world to be on camera.
I checked in with the outspoken actress to talk about her new show, the politics of feeling beautiful, homophobia, the Internet, playing the banjo and her outlook on life.
"I would trust citizen journalism as much as I would trust citizen surgery." - Morley Safer, in a speech after receiving the Fred Friendly first amendment award from Quinnipiac University
In a new political comedy based on an award-winning BBC sitcom, Gandolfini plays a Pentagon General whose instincts for survival are maybe too finely honed. It's political vitriol in the grand, British tradition.
Clearly other options she is looking to explore/Maybe she'll join Bristol on her abstinence tour/Or take a class in geography/Then tell us what other places she can see.
The Daily Show's John Oliver is unhappy with mainstream journalism, and even drearier on the notion that he's something of a journalist.
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In Humpday, two friends back themselves into a corner when they resolve to make an amateur porn video together, examining the straight male's anxiety over his nascent gay side.
Xeth Feinberg takes on a fallen idol.
It's said that when the going gets tough, the tough get going. And that's why, since I'm tough, I'm going. Because I'm not a quitter.
Believer Beware is laugh out loud funny, touching, irreverent and yet, in deeper ways, pays religion the ultimate compliment: it's worthy of scrutiny, debate, hate, and love.
In a scathing attack he also claimed American comedy is more sophisticated than home-grown attempts at humor. ...
Joe Biden turned up the simplest and, some might say, most revealing anagram: "Job need I."
The fact that the investigation around which his new novel will be based has not yet taken place did not seem to faze Dan Brown.
The other night I attended my first Canadian Association of New York event.
Summer's in full swing, which means low-level "celebrities" competing for "charities" of their "choice."
Living in a city like New York that is overflowing with people, it is hard not to become a sort of amateur anthropologist.
With traditional media facing extinction and a disheartened, disinterested public, Toilet Paper Messaging (TPM) has emerged as one of the most effective marketing tools out there.
I want to apologize to my staff because I said that it was possible that I would be off hiking the Appalachian Trail, when I know full well that the Appalachian Trail does not run through Argentina.
A political cartoon by Xeth Feinberg.
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