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Did y’all watch President Obama’s entire State of the Union speech last night?
Was it just us, or did Father sound MAAAAAAAAD? I damn near jumped out of my skin when he belted “I DON’T QUIT” from those mighty, Hardass Daddy lungs. While I shivered with fear, I felt good and right, hopeful and safe. And glad, so glad.
(Man, we had fucked up childhoods.)
If you missed last night’s speech [shrugs] because you were busy doing something else, watch all 70 minutes or so below:
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Tila Tequila has never failed to confirm that she has a cache of truly great talents: 2) walking and breathing at the same time
1) squooshing her boobs together
2) walking and breathing at the same time
3) laying around
5) pole dancing/lap dancing
She seemed especially eager to confirm her aptitude in the latter during the most recent “meet the parents” episode of A Shot At Love, in which she sought to impress her gal’s family with a cheery lap dance for Grandma:
Wow. Class and Sass, all the way. Oops, I mean ASS AND BLELEGLGHHGHGHGHGHHGG (which doesn’t rhyme, but not even Chaucer could rhyme after witnessing this abomination). I guess I’ll join Jen today and fuggedabout lunch.
Thanks, Tila. Thanks a-fucking lot.
Last week, Kenneth Eng made headlines again when he called Virginia Tech murderer Seung Cho his “hero.” Gawker, god bless them, then released a query that Eng had recently sent to publishers, hocking his demented wares. Here are some of the lowlights:
I am writing to ask if you’d be interested in publishing a book I am writing involving the VA Tech Shooting. Entitled “Why I Hate Everything”, it is based on what Asians in this country really believe. It defends Seung-Hui Cho by outlining very harshly that he was the real victim.
Me: Speak for yourself, you fucking lunatic.
Regarding the Village Voice interview where he admitted he wanted to go on a murderous rampage at NYU but couldn’t afford a gun, Eng also reveals:
The journalist quoted me out of context (for example, I only “stalked” a girl because she was rude to me and I intentionally wanted to creep her out).
Me: “Rude to me”? Are you for serious? Oh, and, there’s no such thing as “unintentionally” creeping someone out when stalking them.
And finally, Eng’s closer:
The book is divided into chapters entitled “Why I Hate (something)”. They will involve descriptions of why Asians should hate certain things and how we are violated in the US. Occasionally, I will use personal anecdotes (proof of which I have, to prevent another James Frey) about my many physical and verbal fights with whites and blacks. The writing style will be slightly comedic (who wants to read a 300-page rant without humor?).