11 August 2010

i feel like i'm stuck between a racist rock and a homophobic hard place.

greg gutfeld is apparently some really funny douchey guy with a late show on fox news who has found a way to mock ethnic minorities AND gays! a republican dream. he wants to build a gay bar next to the cordoba house islamic center at ground zero in tribeca as a way of testing the tolerance of the muslim faith. of course, gutfeld would never suggest building a gay bar next to the morman tabernacle in salt lake city because christians never have a problem with gays.

hey greg, i have an idea, i want to build an abortion clinic in your mom's vagina! waaaaaaaaaa waaaaaaaaaaaaa.

new MIA video

lurve this song.

oh hell no. mom nature needs to straighten up.


I'm moving at this very moment

Boston, I'll miss you.
New York, I'll see you in a couple hours.
Virginia, Get your moonshine ready, I'm a'comin'

divine andy warhol

marc jacobs on marc jacobs

MJ: I had 21 percent body fat four years ago. I was in and out of the hospital because I had flare-ups of ulcerative colitis. I’d be in the office for 16 hours a day, six of which were in the bathroom because I was so ill. I ate nothing but junk food. Basically, the doctor said, “We’re going to have to remove your colon.” And I said, “I’m not doing that!”
So I went to a nutritionist named Lindsey Duncan, and he said, “If you are 100 percent compliant with what I tell you to do, you will be in better shape than you’ve ever been in, and you will not have to have your colon removed.” I said, “Okay, sign me up.” He said no caffeine, no sugar, no white flour, no dairy from a cow, take açaí every morning, goji, noni, mangosteen, et cetera, omega-3, wheatgrass shots with ginger. The list is endless.
He said, “You gotta laugh every day, you gotta rest every day, and you have to perspire every day, which means you have to go to the gym.” I hadn’t stepped foot in a gym. Well, I hadn’t walked a block in 20 years. So I started, and like everything—I say this, and I hope it’s not misinterpreted, but I like what makes me feel better. That probably doesn’t come as a shock.
When I started to feel better, and when my stomach wasn’t hurting, and when I wasn’t on the toilet all day, and when I could look at myself in the mirror, and when I went from 21 percent body fat to 5 percent body fat and I had muscle, I was like, This is great!
When guys started looking at me and asking me out on dates, I felt way better about myself. So it was hard to keep my clothes on, actually. And whenever I was asked to take my clothes off, I was like, “Sure! I haven’t worked out for three years to keep this all under wraps.” Everything changed. I cut my hair, I got contact lenses, I started to groom and get manicures and pedicures. I started to get my hair cut every two weeks.
Before, I never took care of my appearance. I was like, “Who cares? I’m in the studio 16 hours a day, and nobody sees me.” Everything, it all sort of changed. My home life changed. I wanted to have people over for dinner. I cared about interiors because I wanted to have guests over all the time.

interviewed by calvin klein for harper's bazaar
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