I have no idea what to make of Amanda Bynes anymore. She never used twitter and then in the last like 2 months that is all she does. And it normally is to validate her behaviour and/or personality. She is a bit off, but what celebrity isn’t really. She made a comment about weighing 135lbs and needing to get down to 100lbs. WTF she is pretty much 5’7 so that is a very healthy weight for someone carrying a very healthy bust.
About to put on makeup! I weigh 135, I’ve gained weight! I need to be 100 lbs! twitpic.com/cn7gtx
Where has all the ROWDY gone from Ronda Rousey. haha I am just kidding. I know she saves most of it for the octagon. Anyways for those of you that may have missed this, the beautiful Ronda Rousey continues to stand on top of the Sports World as she is ESPN magazines Cover Model.
What’s next for the CHAMP?
For those that are unfamiliar she is currently shooting the reality show “The Ultimate Fighter 18″ which should air this summer. Followed by her main event title fight versus undefeated Cat Zingano (8-0). A win here pretty much puts Ronda in the untouchable class within her division. And personally I think having the height advantage and the leg strength she will have the majority of the fight on the ground in short time. What do you think?
I cannot stress this enough about the world we live in today. We scrutinize the smallest of things said and done by people in the public eye, we all cast opinions and judgement without hesitation about the matter, and it makes headlines everywhere. Am I the only one that sees a problem here?
Don Cherry made a comment on Hockey Night in Canada, and because of his outspoken nature in the past, of course it was taken out of context and construed into making him seem like a sexist pig that inherits old time values where women should be repressed. WTF did these people hear to make them think that. Did they just stop listening after the first comment?
It all started prior to Saturday when Duncan Keith made this comment in Vancouver to a female reporter that was getting right into it logistics of the game with him.
“We should get you as a ref maybe, eh? The first female referee. You can’t play probably either, right? But you’re thinking the game like you know it? OK, see ya.”
Don’t get me wrong, he should have conducted himself a little better then that, but that is for their Organization and the NHL to determine and evaluate not all you people who cry Sexism. There has not been a female referee in the NHL; True, and has that reporter actually played hockey; perhaps not? I don’t care how much theory you think you know about the game, unless you played it you don’t truly know it and the emotions it carries within. So how are those comments considered sexist? That’s beside the point because he is payed to play not advocate!
Back to the matter at hand.
Cherry was quoted…
“I don’t believe women should be in the male dressing rooms.”
Which in typical fashion, all haters raised the red flags and stopped listening. Even Ron McLean made a sour gesture because he is the guy that stays far away from anything that could be taken in a different context. Think of Ron as the CBC poster boy. Anyways, Don’s point is valid if you continued to listen. He was not stating women are not equal as “Reporters” therefore should not be allowed in the dressing rooms.
“I remember the first time it happened to me. Guys are walking around naked and I hear this woman’s voice. I turn around and she’s asking me about the power play. I say, ‘Lets go outside.’ She said, ‘I’m not embarrassed.’ I said, ‘I am.“’
OK, now that you heard it all, was it really sexist? Let me ask you this and be honest. If a male reporter walked in to a “Woman’s change room” aka locker room while they were naked. Do you not think he would be asked angrily to leave immediately, regardless of how professional he is? I’m sure he is not embarrassed being in there either.
This equal opportunity thing is bullshit. Where I change is a private place, where a woman changes is a private place. We are ALL entitled to our privacy when changing.
All interviews should be conducted outside the locker room. And if they really need the atmosphere then it should be after every player has changed. Hell, tell them they have 20 minutes to be showered and ready or fine them, I don’t care. All that these reporters want to do is interview a player as soon as they can to try and get a heated or provoked response from them because their emotions are still running high from the game. Real classy people!
Regardless of what you think I know Don didn’t mean this as a cheap shot against women, he meant it as “Common Sense”!
Oh and whoever the female newscaster was that said Don Cherry is an embarrassment to Canada, you ma’am are an f**king IDIOT. Shut your mouth and report some real news rather then trying to create some!
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As like most people late Thursday and all Friday, I too was drawn to the TV based on the movie-esque surreal events that were unfolding in Watertown, MA. As most people are aware, the 2 suspects in connection with the Boston Marathon Bombings were part of a massive manhunt by local, state, and special forces.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the younger of the two Chechen brothers suspected in the Boston marathon bombings, probably killed his elder brother Tamerlan by running over his SUV over him while fleeing during the shootout, police said.
*This image is extremely graphic and (NSFW)
To view the gory death photo, CLICK HERE. As seen on WWTDD.com.