Okay, guys… voting ends for us tomorrow, so I’m putting this post back up at the top! PLEASE do take a few moments and vote for me in the Best Video Blog category. Simply click here, and you’ll be taken directly to the relevant poll. I’m obviously not going to get 1st place, but 2nd place is fantastic for me; especially since this is my first-ever nomination! And again, thanks a MILLION for all those who have voted for me so far. My readers are the BEST! All my heart. ~ Ms.U
Okay, okay, so this is a shameless self-promotion, but I gotta do it. Today the 2008 Weblog Awards voting begins and I’m a finalist for the Best Video Blog! I’m so excited! I’m asking all my friends and readers to please go and vote for my site here. From the site:
Voting for The 2008 Weblog Awards is now open! The Weblog Awards are the world’s largest blog competition, with nearly 2 million votes cast since its inception in 2003. This year we expect somewhere between 500,000 and 1,000,000 votes over the next seven days.
Wow… this was wild. Transcript? Impossible! This is a catfight like I’ve never seen before, and Ann wasn’t backing down. Check out, too, how Joy seems so uncomfortable during the whole segment. Then Sherri Shepherd comes to Barbara’s rescue, because she thought Ann was mean to her. Sherri, you see, didn’t like the way Ann came off. Gee… how many times has Joy called Bush Hitler? Cheney a Nazi? Sarah Palin an idiot inbred? Sheesh! These women can dish it out, but they sure can’t take it.
Go, Ann GO!
I think Ann would be dynamite in Elisabeth’s place, and that would be APPOINTMENT-TV every day!
This is different! Mickey Rourke comes out swinging in defense of G.W. Bush? Who knew? Whatever’s gotten into him (or I never knew about him), I have a new-found respect for the dude for having the ‘nads to say this. From an article in the British GQ mag:
Hollywood actor Mickey Rourke has come out in support of US President George Bush, insisting he doesnâ€™t understand why so many people blame Bush for a string of world issues.
In an interview to GQ magazine, the 56-year-old star urges the public to consider the tremendous pressure Bush was under following the terror attacks on the World Trade Centre in 2001.
â€œPresident Bush was in the wrong place at the wrong time, I donâ€™t know how anyone could have handled this situation,â€ Contactmusic quoted him as saying.
â€œI donâ€™t give a f**k whoâ€™s in office, Bush or whoever, there is no simple solution to this problemâ€¦ Iâ€™m not one of those who blames Bush for everything. This s**t between Christians and Muslims goes back to the Crusades, doesnâ€™t it.