The week in not Miss Teen South Carolina

Fans who tolerate the repetitiveness and ideological bankruptcy of the "Rush Hour" franchise may be testaments to the power of hope and a need for familiarity at a time when the Iraq war continues unabated, pensions and polar ice disappear, and Al Qaeda videos enjoy wider distribution than Sundance winners. [source]

Or they may be bored teenagers.

On The Tonight Show, Jay half-heartedly showed off a new desk. Admitting he didn't see what was wrong with the old one, Leno quipped: "It's not like NBC to get rid of something that's worked perfectly well for 15 years." [source]

Oh no he didn't!

Drudge couldn't decide on one.

Once at a party, Condoleezza Rice kicked off her shoes and started dancing. Wanting to show his partner how firm Rice's behind was, Blacker postulated that if he aimed a quarter at her butt, it would bounce right off like a rocket.

"He was right," says Kessler. "[Rice] didn't realize what he had done until everyone was laughing hysterically. She was flattered and proud." [source]

You make my pee-pee go doing doing doing.

After winning at the $1,000 level (on Power of 10), Amber (of Big Brother 8) thanked God. "God bless you, God."

When Drew Carey asked her about being scrutinized by viewers, she said, "Honestly, I don't know what 'scrutinized' means."

The $100,000 question was about pit bull ownership, and after Carey joked about Michael Vick, Amber emphatically declared, "I like Michael Vick."

After guessing the number of people who think pit bulls shouldn't be kept as pets, she pleaded, "Please, God, please," and started crying. [source]

Amber says Jews are "money-hungry" "assholes"

WWE Unforgiven could be one sad ass pay per view.


Yes folks, Gene Snitsky, King Mabel, and The Great Khali are in world title matches in one ppv

plus undertaker/mark henry. [source]

All that's missing is Spurs/Cavaliers.

Is This the Monster from J.J. Abrams' 'Cloverfield'?

A portrait of George W. Bush made out of images from porno mags

Tom Wolfe reviews Entourage