Tuesday, September 1, 2009

The Idita-Bod

ESPN reporter Erin Andrews told Oprah Winfrey that having a nude video of her shot through a peephole distributed on the Internet was a “nightmare.” You’re telling me. I had to get a bigger monitor and a faster connection before I could see anything.

NBC announced that its new marketing slogan is “More colorful.” In response, CBS and ABC are fighting over the rights to the slogan, “More viewers.”

Macaulay Culkin's publicist denies a British tabloid report claiming that the “Home Alone” star is the biological father of the late Michael Jackson's youngest son, Prince Michael II. Blanket doesn’t look like Macaulay but he’s been known to booby-trap the house when Tito and Jermaine come to visit.

Officials at the Oregon Coast Aquarium are selling artwork painted by a pair of sea lions. Their interpretations of famous paintings include The Last Snapper, American Guppy and the Moray Lisa.

An appeals court ruled that Paris Hilton can continue pursuing a lawsuit against Hallmark Cards over the use of her picture and catch phrase “That's hot” on a greeting card. Paris is also coming out with her own line of birthday cards showing her patented technique for extinguishing birthday cake candles.

According to a new survey, people in the United States, the United Kingdom and Canada have the least respect for the professions of politician and car salesman. The main difference is that in the United Sates, that’s now a single job.

In his new memoir, former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich claims his political downfall was caused by alleged betrayals and family feuds. If his family feud were a Shakespearean play, he has the hair to play both Romeo and Juliet.

Former New York Mayor and Republican presidential hopeful Rudy Giuliani will appear on “The View” in September. Rudy is actually a big fan of “The View.” Many of his favorite dresses are patterned after Whoopi Goldberg’s.

A traffic-reporting plane with engine trouble had to make an emergency landing on a highway southwest of Boston. Out of spite, drivers stuck in the traffic jam made the reporter stand on his pilot’s shoulders and direct traffic.

It looks like Adam “`Pacman” Jones will play for the Winnepeg Blue Bombers of the Canadian Football League. In honor of his move to the CFL, he’s thinking about changing his nickname to The Idita-Bod.

Chanel, a wire-haired dachshund that held the record as the world's oldest dog, died on Long Island at the age of 21. This dog was so old, she could still remember the old days when dog food actually contained meat.

After a Wall Street Journal column suggesting Dick Cheney should run for president in 2012, some people are actually getting excited about the idea. The list includes Republicans, defense contractors and Barack Obama.

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