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Don’t Forget to Change Your Middle Name, Too

January 14th, 2009 | 0 comments | Posted by Diana

Dear little Adolf Hitler Campbell,

Buddy. Hey. I’m super sorry to hear that you and your little sisters were taken away from your Mommy and Daddy. I know you are probably feeling sad. I know you are. Yesterday, you were eating delicious Wal-Mart birthday cake. Today, you are a bit of an orphan. It’s scary! But don’t worry, little man, it’ll be okay.

Right now you might be thinking that some “bad people”–maybe grownups around you are calling them “the State”–stormed in and stole you from your good-looking (see right), smart, loving parents. I can understand that. But honey pie, the thing is, your parents are not cool people. I’m not going to call them assholes (or did I just?), as I’m prone to do when referring to bad, bigoted parents, but dude: they are really lame, awful, folks.

With a name like “Adolf Hitler,” I promise you the fast track to a very unrewarding, unfulfilled, beatup-laden life. I’m not saying that you would ever lay a finger on anybody, tiny guy. But I can name a few that wouldn’t be so nice to you. Your namesake is the King of Monsters, the closest actual person I’ve ever been able to attribute the fabled qualities of Satan to. Satan is bad, right? You don’t want a name like that, do you? I didn’t think so.

So here’s my advice. It looks like you’re getting a clean start here. Perhaps you’ll end up in a nice home with some really sweet, pretty, new parents–the kind that shower and shop at Target! Maybe they’ll cut your hair so that your neighbors aren’t flippantly calling you white trash, and perhaps they’ll even clothe you in cute little outfits (like the little bear costume I intend to buy Jen’s future offspring). While you’re at it, I suggest you change your name! Although Diana and Jen are my favorite names in the world besides Chaka Khan, rocking those chick names would probably get your rump whooped as well–so how about Daniel? Daniel is the name of hot guys like Daniel Henney and Daniel Dae Kim. And why not set yourself up to be a “hot guy?” It’s so much better than being poised as an Antichrist.

Call me if you have any questions!

Best,
Diana

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He’ll Be Palin For This For Years

October 15th, 2008 | 0 comments | Posted by Diana


Mark Ciptak,
a new father in Tennessee, “surprised” his wife this week–by ignoring their chosen baby name “Ava Grace,” and instead submitting the name “Sarah McCain Palin” on their child’s birth certificate documents.

AP reports:

Ciptak, a blood bank employee for the American Red Cross, said he named his third child after John McCain and Sarah Palin to “to get the word out” about the campaign.

“I took one for the cause,” he said. “I can’t give a lot of financial support for the (McCain/Palin) campaign. I do have a sign up in my yard, but I can do very little.”

What a gesture! And a clever and beautiful name, to say the least! I think, however, a unique spelling (Hollywood-style) of the “surprise” moniker would be more appropriate. How about: D-I-V-O-R-C-E?

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SPORTS ILLUSTRASIAN

June 15th, 2007 | 0 comments | Posted by Jen

The San Antonio Spurs swept the Cleveland Cavaliers last night in what was probably the most anticlimactic finals I’ve ever seen. LeBron needs a better supporting cast to win the big one. Maybe he should start demon-dialing radio stations, demand to be traded, renege, declare his love for Cleveland, renege, and then whine like a little baby. Oh wait. I’m thinking of that other guy.

In other LeBron news, he and girlfriend Savannah Brinson welcomed their second child early yesterday, before Game 4. LeBron wanted to name his son “Maximus” after Russell Crowe’s Gladiator character, but his girlfriend vetoed it and, instead, the kid’s name is…BRYCE.

Bryce. Since it’s Friday, and I’m trying to stay positive for the weekend, I’ll just say this: at least the word “rice” is in there.

Have a great weekend. Late!

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