Sunday, April 19, 2015

AnnaLynne McCord won't be outdone

After Mischa Barton popped back into everybody's consciousness with the sad story of her mother's mismanagement of her finances and her not so accidental exposure in front of poor Martin Sheen, serial exposure artist AnnaLynne McCord put on a show of her own arriving at Craig's Restaurant the other night:

annalynne mccord nip slip
annalynne mccord nip slip
annalynne mccord nip slip
annalynne mccord nip slip

This last one cracks me up the most, you might be able to make some claim that she didn't know she was hanging out of her dress, but here she's looking right down her front. Those may be small boobs, but it's still pretty clear what isn't covered by that dress.

That's one of the most obvious attempts to flash the paps since Pam Anderson pulled this little number last year:

pamela anderson boob slip

Thursday, April 16, 2015

I don't think Selena Gomez is on Goopy's SNAP diet

Some pics of Selena Gomez frolicking at the beach surfaced today, and oh my, is she sporting some delightful pudginess:

selena gomez bikini pudgy

I'm kind of wondering just what she looks like when she's not sucking her belly in so hard   heh

selena gomez bikini pudgy
selena gomez bikini pudgy

Got to give her props for wearing that little bitty suit, 'cause it's not exactly containing her fullness in the most flattering way. But as I've said before -- I'm sort of a less is more sort of guy when it comes to bikinis, so . . .



And as another blogger pointed out just recently -- life is a spectrum. So on the other end of the this particular spectrum is Keri Russell who looks like a cheeseburger and milkshake wouldn't be such a bad idea once in a while:

keri russell bikini
keri russell bikini
keri russell bikini

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Reese Witherspoon is a feminist

Or so she says in a recent interview in In Style magazine:

“I went to Harpeth Hall, a wonderful all-girls school in Nashville that encouraged us to see ourselves as working women in the world, to speak up for ourselves to ask for equal pay and advocate for gender equality. Outside that school, I experienced the full force of a patriarchal society, but I had a core value system that said, ‘No, you really deserve to be treated equal to men.”

Ah yes, that darned patriarchal society, the buzzword of feminists everywhere. When Patricia Arquette made comments about income inequality and fair treatment at the Oscars, a lot of folks used that to dredge up the repeatedly debunked notion that there is a systematic effort to pay women less than men in the workplace. As I've often said -- show me the job where a man and a woman, hired at the same time for the same job, are paid different wages. Ironically, the only place in this country where that actual does happen is Hollywood, where the disparity in pay scales for actors and actresses is there for all to see. Along with fierce opposition to females in roles as director, producer, etc. I'm pretty sure that's what Arquette was driving at with her comments.

As we've seen in the numerous articles at Stacy McCain's site, feminism has it's roots in a deep seated hatred of men and the belief that women can only be true to themselves if they eschew men altogether and embrace a lesbian lifestyle. Perhaps the time has come to diffentiate these radical man haters from those who simply believe in equality. Same goes with those who really aren't interested in racial equality but rather some form of payback and role reversal. I guess a new term is needed.

Anyway, here's Reese suffering under the patriarchal thumb on her way to a net worth of $80 million:

reese witherspoon topless
reese witherspoon topless

Mischa Barton weirdness

Perhaps sadness might be a better word here.

I ran across this story online about a week ago, it seems that Mischa is suing her mother over basically robbing Mischa blind and running the actress' career into the ground. Mom was stealing her money, taking out huge loans in Mischa's name, signing her up for promotions and appearances, accepting upfront payments for these and then not telling Miscah about them, thus having her default on obligations and looking like a flake. Etc.

The opening of Mischa's lawyer's brief reads like a scandal novella, it's astounding that stuff like that goes on, and that someone's parent would use and abuse their child like that. But it takes all kinds, and there are plenty of parents who should never have been allowed to have children. *sigh*

Mischa's been slowly coming back into public view after some time out, and in at least this instance, she's breaking out one of her regular features of her public appearances -- accidental (or perhaps not so) exposure:

mischa barton nip slip

I'm loving the look on Martin Sheen's face here . . . he clearly got the better view. Lolz!

mischa barton nip slip
mischa barton nip slip

You can read my review of Mischa's underrated flick Walled In here.

Daily Duffster

Hilary Duff brings her awesome stems and effortless hotness to the Coachella festival:

hilary duff coachella
hilary duff coachella

Monday, April 6, 2015

Eliza Dushku joins the cast of Banshee

eliza dushku joins cast of banshee

I see where a favorite of mine, Eliza Dushku, will be joining the cast of Banshee for season 4 (I think) as some sort of bad-ass FBI profiler who will be helping faux-sheriff Lucas Hood as he hunts down a serial killer.

I guess this means I'll have to hang in there with this series. I've tried a couple of times to get into it without success. I'm not sure what it is, I like the characters and all, but something about the way the show travels . . . perhaps it is Alan Ball's direction. He took a series I liked initially -- Six Feet Under, and drove it seemingly six feet under to the point where I hated the show and the characters. I still can't watch Lili Taylor in anything because of how off-putting her character was.

But I'll give this show one more chance. *sigh*



I also see where they've greenlit a sequel to the under appreciated Pacific Rim that will be released in 2017. Supposedly Guillermo del Toro is also working on an animated series and comic to fill in some backstory prior to it's release. Taking a cue from MARVEL's all of the above approach to story exposition and saturation.

According to del Toro, the only characters he's sure to include in the sequel will be Drs Gottlieb and Geiszler as well as Hannibal Chau, because as we've seen, Guillermo loves him some Ron Perlman. heh

No word yet whether Charlie Hunnam or Rinko Kikuchi will reprise their roles, but if they do, I doubt Miss Mori will be looking anything like she does in this photoshoot:

rinko kikuchi sexyrinko kikuchi sexy
rinko kikuchi sexyrinko kikuchi sexy
rinko kikuchi sexyrinko kikuchi sexy

Red Sox win 2015 opener

clay buchholz shuts out Phillies on opening day 2015

Boston won their season opener against the Phillies 8-0 today on a strong performance by ace-of-the-day Clay Buchholz, who went seven innings striking out nine while walking only one batter.

The team's new left-right batting order seemed to work well, at least at the top of the order, where Dustin Pedroia got three year's worth of injury frustrations out of his system by hammering a home run with the first swing of his bat. Pedey would get another solo shot later in the game.

Mookie Betts continued his surprising (to me at least) power increase with a solo homer of his own and Hanley Ramirez benefitted from being sandwiched between Papi and Panda by hitting both a solo shot and a grand slam (in the ninth) to give the Sox an impressive power notification to the rest of the AL East.

Rick Porcello's on the mound Wednesday for game 2. I'm supposing Wade Miley is next after that. No telling if Joe Kelly will be ready for his start which might mean knuckleballer Steven Wright will get the call. That would be fun . . . got to have a knuckleball guy on the Sox.

Here's hoping for a big turn around after last year's dismal season.