Today's weather forecast on Yahoo Weather (12:54 pm):
VP Accident Tale Filled With Discrepancies. O rly. Ya rly: far from "zero drinking," there was, in fact, beer. Which... well, when you put it that way, doesn't sound all that awful. But then, I didn't think lying about a blowjob was so terrible, either. Clearly I'm not cut out for this politics thing.
From suenosdejmi: "There's a website, www.invisiblechildren.com, which is of a non-profit that is working to help children in Northern Uganda. There's groups of people travelling the country showing this documentary film about these kids, and the war, & their lives there...it's all really powerful stuff. I feel really compelled to help, but there's not too much to be done, you know? If you could just help me spread the word about this website, there's all sorts of information there about the cause & the mission. Thanks!!"
Isaac Mizrahi Defends Red-Carpet Behavior. Except he doesn't so much "defend" it as defy all critics, promising more of the same (most famously, he grabbed Scarlett Johansson's breast and squeezed, like, three times). I would give my eyeteeth to see some starlet mace him on the red carpet come Oscar night.
Co. Hopes to Market Kid Rock, Stapp Tape. But I thought assisted suicide was illegal...?
Apple Hackers Encounter a Poetic Warning.
Nick Lachey files for spousal support. And jewelry. No word on who gets custody of the boobs.
NBC goes after You Tube. That's right! How dare you make "Lazy Sunday" a cultural zeitgeist! It was particularly cruel, how you revived the show's flagging ratings! And the way you updated the video with "We know how popular that video is but YouTube respects the rights of copyright holders. You can still watch SNL's Lazy Sunday video for free on NBC's website"? Reprehensible.
Michael Jackson has a Katrina song. God help us all.
Words you never expect to see in a cookbook, no matter how old it is: To make the Brain Cakes.
Franz Ferdinand cover of Gwen Stefani's "What You Waiting For." Right-hand side, near the bottom, go!
Geoffrey Chaucer Hath a Blog ("Top X searches in myne networke: 10. John Gowere swyving a donkey").