Friday, August 17, 2007

Media-Whore's D'Oevres

(image via nndb)

"Yes, yes, you don't need me to tell you how cool it is that they keep casting actors from Star Trek: Original Flava on Heroes. Still: first Sulu, now Uhura." (Popwatch)

"Elizabeth Edwards has emerged as the attacker-in-chief for her husband’s presidential campaign, and it is a job to which she is well-suited. I do not say this because I think she is a mean person -- she is not -- but because she so completely believes that her husband would make the best president that she feels free to characterize his Democratic opponents as visionless and power-hungry. And those who are attacked by Elizabeth Edwards don’t really want to attack her back." (Politico

Donovan Leitch flipped the calendar on a new decade Thursday night, toasting his 40th birthday with family and bold-faced friends at a hilltop fête at the Mulholland Tennis Club. And though the day may have seemed like a milestone to wife Kirsty Hume, to Leitch it started off as just any old day ...Throughout the party, which he planned as a Caddyshack meets Less Than Zero reception with a country-club feel, Leitch—decked out in Modern Amusement from head to almost toes, which were covered in brand new, bright white K-Swiss tennis shoes—could be seen literally embracing guests from 'different periods of his life' including Matthew Perry, Amber Valletta, Eric Dane, Shiva Rose, Natasha Wagner, Jenni Kayne, Richard Ehrlich, Nino Muñoz, Josh Charles, Billy Morrison, Brent Bolthouse, and Jen Rosero." (Fashionweekdaily)

"Driving to the Naval Academy at Annapolis, the route goes through poor neighborhoods
where house after house have signs: For Sale. What this really means is: foreclosed." (TheHill)

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