“JUST WHEN I THOUGHT THE FAME-WHORING WHITE TRASH HOUSE CRASHERS HAD FINALLY BURNT THROUGH THE LAST OF THEIR CELEBRITY, Michaele [Salahi] goes and makes an even bigger ass of herself.”
— MediaBistro.com/FishbowlDC was not impressed with Salahi’s debut performance of her single, “Bump It,” on Miami’s NBC affiliate last week.
“It does not guarantee equal pay. It does not protect against discriminatory practices that consistently promote men over women. It merely grants victims of discriminatory pay practices more time to sue.”
— DailyKos.com thinks that the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act, which President Obama signed in 2009, has become an erroneously convenient euphemism for “women’s rights” and “fair pay” by politicians.
“That move very well might have resurrected a career that many had abandoned. IF [FREDDY] ADU WAS NEVER REALLY HERE, HE MAY BE NOW.”
— NoShortCorners.com reacts to the former D.C. United player’s resurrection with the U.S. Men’s National team in the CONCACAF Gold Cup recently. Adu played in the semifinals and started in the final, a 4-2 loss to Mexico.
“If it need be said, CAMERON DIAZ, with her big sweet smile and her effervescent light-comic touch, IS THE LAST ACTRESS YOU’D EXPECT TO BE PLAYING SUCH A GROTESQUE AND UNLIKEABLE CARICATURE. (Even in our current era of out-of-control teachers unions, a wanton tart like Elizabeth wouldn’t last a day in any conceivable school.) A sleazy sexpot is far beneath her talents, and in any case she lacks the overblown physical equipment to be convincing in the part. As if anyone could.”
— Kurt Loder at Reason.com found the premise of “Bad Teacher,” starring Diaz, hard to believe.