I’m scared. I want sad Lorde
I’m scared. I want sad Lorde
I believe the former first daughter was doing the same thing.
Your love for Sarah is palpable, but the song is called “Angel.” Just Angel.
I have been correcting people and making enemies on this fact for YEARS and will die with it on my MuchMusic video dance-themed gravestone.
I admit to owning this album and having it on repeat during what I refer to as “The Dim Years”. (I thought they were the Dark Years at the time, but -OooWee!- have they been outdone several times over.)
This album was the first soundtrack to my post-grad life. I have to admit I wasn’t really listening to the lyrics so closely at the time, I was just enamored by her voice and the music and hearing it now just takes me back to the great times I had living with a bunch of female friends in a big city in a small… Read more
I was a freshman in high school when this album came out and I...well I played this CD a lot. I may have even had the cassette first (not sure, memory starts to blur as you get older) but I definitely played this on my DiscMan constantly. Read more
As a Nashville native, all I want to talk about is the rumors for YEARS that her and Vince Gill were having an affair. Which were totally proved true in my circles by their getting married. FOR SHAME!
Katie Thurston, who just last week was super pissed yes (for good reason) but then also took the time to talk to Sarah and genuinely ask her “What’s up? Why do you so badly need to talk to Matt (that you’re interrupting other people’s time)?”, learned that Sarah’s dad was dying, and then empathized with her. Read more
Hi no one really cares that they call themselves royalty - that’s an ongoing thing with all Real Housewives shows. Part of the premise is their inflated self-worth. We don’t actually believe they are Mormon royalty.
I’m also a member of the church and spent a good part of my adulthood in Utah Valley, (which is the REAL capital, if anyone was wondering). My thoughts were similar. I’m glad these women are all only tangentially connected to my faith. None of them even seem to qualify as actual members of the Church of Jesus Christ… Read more
I also hated Marcel but on his own show a spinoff- he was really likeable. They were jealous and shockingly violent. I also remember a real asshole on Season 1 I think- wasnt he Irish or Scottish? And Stephen the sommilier! I loved early Top Chef but the contestants seemed coked out, bitter, and tired. Lack of social… Read more
Holy shit, I’d forgotten the 500 calorie-for-kids challenge. I remembered early top chef as being a complete trainwreck, but I guess my memory was even more selective than I thought.
Or viewed from a different angle, Marcel was kinda cool and also cute and got bullied for no reason except the other contestants were assholes. I respected how he handled himself.
I agree. Marcel was an annoying little nerd who was obsessed with foam, but he totally did not deserve to be manhandled by the other contestants and I remember wanting him to win as a “fuck you” to the rest of them. It was totally one of those situations where one big bully decided to target him and make fun of him,… Read more
I was a Top Chef fanatic for the first six (maybe eight, but not an odd number) seasons, even thought I scoffed at every other reality show I saw. I think it was the bona fides the contestants came in with. American Idol had literal unknowns, but contestants on Top Chef were coming in having worked in known… Read more
Early Top Chef was top tier entertainment. I still have a big ol’ crush on Richard Blais.
SSRI’s absolutely can numb you, I have been on them for the last 4 years trying several of them before I landed on the one that was most effective for me. Chill out, Drew Barrymore does not affect your personal life.
What exactly is your point here? Rich’s description of what happened with Gawker is accurate—I don’t think he’s saying “Gawker would have won the case if only the aggrieved party had been destitute and more powerless,” but Gawker would still exist (notwithstanding they did something arguably actionable) if a… Read more
Her story hinges on her being sexually fucking assaulted, idiot. She’s not saying her age is the thing that made it legally assault, but saying that it contributed to the power dynamic of the rape and her own processing of it. He literally said “We need to break you in.” Read more