“Based on the opening episode in the Emmy-winning cooking competition, [Tom] Colicchio and his fellow judges seem to have a fondness for [Gov. Rick] Perry and his state’s tough stance on final justice.”
— LATimesblogs.latimes.com/ShowTracker finds that the judges in the new season of Bravo’s “Top Chef” — based in Texas — are rather swift with their dismissal of cooks, based on the first episode, which premiered Wednesday night.
“Well, that was a big disappointment. Google just unveiled its first native application for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch [Wednesday] morning, and the app is a mess. It’s unusable. It doesn’t even launch properly, displaying an error message upon startup.”
— TechCrunch.com was not happy with the performance of the Gmail app, which Apple quickly pulled from its App Store.
“The fact people [can’t] accept the fact Nelly is 37 is funny to me. [They] probably think Beyonce [is] only 30.”
— @BlkSportsOnline, a blogger from St. Louis, tweets about his amusement on the rapper’s birthday, which was Wednesday.
“Seriously, good riddance. Odds are better than 50% of getting stuck behind someone writing a check at the cash register there.”
— A commenter at DCist.com reacts to news of the closure of the Safeway inside the Watergate complex, which the blog calls “the Senior Safeway due to its appeal to older residents who live in the complex.”
“She’s been saying the same type of racist garbage for years. The shock is that people are shocked by her most recent comments in light of what she’s said in the past [and] networks like Fox and HLN still give [her] a podium.”
— HelloNegro.com was not surprised by Ann Coulter’s statements on Monday’s episode of “Hannity” on Fox News, in which she said, “Our blacks are so much better than their blacks,” when speaking of Democrats. “To become a black Republican, you don’t just roll into it.”