Ohhh…mystery and suspense
Steph: i need your opinon
BadAss: I love it when women ask me for their opinion on underwear.
BadAss: i think the bra will especially look good on you
Steph: bc i have huge boobs
BadAss: they are very motorboatable
BadAss: and you can quote me on that
BadAss: since God knows I’ll be quoting me on that
…I’m like Nostradamus.
This just goes to show. If you’re a politician, DO NOT ALLOW LOBBYISTS TO ADD NEW WINGS TO YOUR HOUSE. It’s kind of hard to hide the evidence.
Meet the next Senator from the State of Alaska
UPDATE: This is my favorite part:
CNN also notes that Palin wouldn’t respond when asked if she would vote for Stevens in one week.
Man I wish my dad was famous.
For those looking for a reason to not vote for Barack Obama here’s a big one. If elected, there’s a good chance that Jesse Jackson Jr could replace Obama in the Senate.
That would be the same race baiting Jesse Jackson Jr who accomplished the rare double whammy when he managed to play the race card AND the Hurricane Katrina card, not once but TWICE in less than two minutes.
…there were tears that melted the Granite State. And those are tears that Mrs. Clinton cried on that day, clearly moved voters. She somehow connected with those voters.
But those tears also have to be analyzed. They have to be looked at very, very carefully in light of Katrina, in light of other things that Mrs. Clinton did not cry for, particularly as we head to South Carolina where 45% of African-Americans who participate in the Democratic contest, and they see real hope in Barack Obama.
We saw something very clever in the last week of this campaign coming out of Iowa, going into New Hampshire, we saw a sensitivity factor. Something that Mrs. Clinton has not been able to do with voters that she tried in New Hampshire.
Not in response to voters — not in response to Katrina, not in response to other issues that have devastated the American people, the war in Iraq, we saw tears in response to her appearance. So her appearance brought her to tears, but not hurricane Katrina.
Well that movie sucked.
(Warning: if you have an IQ lower than a coconut you might want to avoid reading this review because there’s minor spoilers.)
Max Payne is a great movie if you like eating a plate full of suck with typical movie cliche’s sprinkled on top. There’s no excuse for making movies this bad. If Max Payne was a B movie it would still suck.
Its ironic that one of the movie’s main themes is the schizophrenia (spelled it right on the first try) associated with doing drugs because throughout the movie you can’t help but wonder if the writer was on drugs when he wrote this. The script reads like a schizophrenic hodge podge of three different plots that have been crammed together in 1 hour and 30 mins of crap. Of course this leaves the viewer with lots of questions, which never get answered, and lots of questioning regarding certain aspects of the movie, like what was the point of Mila Kunis’ character? I saw more plot development in the sequel to Debbie Does Dallas. (Didn’t know there was a sequel? EXACTLY! This movie is that bad.)
I feel bad for the poor SOB who directed this abomination. The movie really does have a nice look to it. And while the acting is “eh” its obviously the script more than the actors.
The only positive benefit I can find in this movie’s existence is my hope that it will be shown to all first year film students as example A of how NOT to make a movie. Max Payne represents a “Who’s Who” on the list of things that can possibly go wrong in a movie. Medocre acting, nonsensical action sequences, and a script so retarded I swear it came out of Sarah Palin’s vagina. I hope the person who wrote this isn’t pro life because… well, you get the point.
I wonder how all of those fiscal conservatives who donated to the RNC feel about their money being spent on designer clothing for Sarah Palin:
The Republican National Committee appears to have spent more than $150,000 to clothe and accessorize vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin and her family since her surprise pick by John McCain in late August.
According to financial disclosure records, the accessorizing began in early September and included bills from Saks Fifth Avenue in St. Louis and New York for a combined $49,425.74.
The records also document a couple of big-time shopping trips to Neiman Marcus in Minneapolis, including one $75,062.63 spree in early September.
The RNC also spent $4,716.49 on hair and makeup through September after reporting no such costs in August.
I wonder if the Republican party is trying to expand their voting base into the 16 year old girl demographic.
Limbaugh : “Where are the inexperienced, white liberals Powell has endorsed?”
Ummm…George W Bush?