I don't watch much television. In fact, I'll be missing Angel tonight while I'm at Abigail Garner's reading. So I hadn't heard:
The O'Jays [song] "For the Love of Money," [is] now being used as the theme song for Donald Trump's "The Apprentice" television show.
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Right, just saw something in this thread at Pandagon about people still Just Not Getting Springsteen's Born In the USA, but for the love of Nubian goddess and all that is holy how the fuck can anyone listen to the lyrics to For the Love of Money and. . .
Sorry. Sometimes I forget where I live.
In other pop culture news, Holy cluster of Catwomen!
You could call it a once-in-nine-lifetimes gathering. Three Catwomen who purr-fectly embodied Batman's feline archnemesis Julie Newmar, 68, and Eartha Kitt, 77, in the 1966-68 TV series, and Lee Meriwether, 68, in the 1966 movie — gathered for the first time earlier this month at the TV Land Awards (tonight, 9 ET/PT). The trio talked to USA TODAY's Bill Keveney about the appeal of a character who returns to the screen in July, when Halle Berry stars in Catwoman[.]
It's weird reading that, after looking at the transcript of Bush's press conference. There are, like, questions? And the actresses respond to them? With answers? That have to do with the question?
No, I'm not sure why I'm up-talking either. Shut up. I need coffee, and I need to wash Bush's drunken (I hope) frat-boy rambling out of my poor damaged brain. . .