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Snowboarder Scotty Lago went on Jimmy Kimmel this week to clear the air about those darned racy photos that got him kicked out of the Vancouver Olympics festivities before the closing ceremony.
Medal groupie!? In the interview, Lago says fellow Olympian Michael Phelps recognized the girl from the photos as someone who once posed as a reporter and tried to make out with him. Read: it was that skank’s fault.
Hunh. Lago’s story smacks of one that some cheesedick would tell in a locker room to all of his pimply-faced buddies, trashing the poor girl he convinced to blow him the night before. “Oh yeah, she was gagging for it!”
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Last week, political commentator Tammy Bruce–who is openly gay, pro-choice, a former chapter president of NOW, and bills herself as an “independent conservative”–filled in on Laura Ingraham’s radio show and called the Obamas “trash.” Bruce made fun of Michelle Obama’s “weird, fake accent” and compared it to Hillary Clinton’s accent “when talkin’ to black people.” She maintained that trash “is a thing that is colorblind” and that it crosses “all eco-socionomic kinda categories.”
Oh Tammy. If you’re going to call someone “trash,” maybe you should start by not talking like trash. Just a thought.
Last week, an INTRASIAN smackdown took place between Shaolin monks from a temple in China’s Henan Province and some douchebag who talks trash on the internet. (Nothing like what we do. Not a bit. Really. Okay, maybe a little.)
The douchebag claimed on a Chinese-language internet forum that a Japanese ninja challenged the Shaolin monks in Henan to a fight and won.
The posting last week on the “Iron Blood Bulletin Board Community” described a ninja who challenged the monks of the Shaolin Temple to a fight last month after practising boxing at a Japanese mountain retreat for five years. It claimed the monks accepted the challenge and the ninja won, proving that modern-day monks are trained to perform rather than fight.
“The fact that the monks could not defeat a Japanese ninja showed that they were named as kung fu masters in vain,” it said.
The Shaolin monks responded by hiring a lawyer, demanding an apology, and threatening to sue. The douchebag has since apologized and fessed up that the story was fiction. You can read the apology here, if you read Chinese.
(Thanks Greenie! You rule!)