Brittany Murphy’s disgusting slimeball of a husband is planning to sue Warner Brothers for “wrongful death,” claiming that getting fired from Happy Feet 2 was what killed her. Well, that or the drugs. Or the anorexia. (Litelysalted)
Joan Jett had some, uh, “interesting” words of advice to Kristen Stewart while she was filming The Runaways. (Agent Bedhead)
If it turns around that all this religion stuff was real all along, and the apocalypse really is nigh, then this is probably going to be the event that triggers it. (Celebitchy)
Sadness pie! Zelda Rubinstein, most famously of Poltergeist, has passed away at the age of 74. (Bloody Disgusting)
This is only going to appeal to anyone who lives in or has ever lived in or visited Pennsylvania — but LISTEN TO THIS. Sheetz has invented a drinkable form of the Butterscotch Krimpet. I know Prisco had a coronary just reading that. (Impulsive Buy)
Us Weekly makes their latest attempt in their never-ending, elusive quest for the Pulitzer, and — by George! — this time I think they’ve got it. (DListed)
True story: My diabetic boyfriend who once went to the dentist and was told he had thirty cavities refers to the period of time between Halloween and Easter as “candy season.” (Naive’s Guide)
Here are sixteen screen villains who we actually probably would have preferred to see win. (Screen Junkies)
Everyone is making a huge deal that 16-year-old Taylor Momsen from “Gossip Girl” was seen smoking, but whatever. I smoked when I was 16. But that was also in the free-wheeling 90’s when we didn’t have the same facts about lung cancer that we have now. Yeaaaah, that’s it. (Celebslam)
Did anyone else think the trailer for the iPad was, well, maybe a just smidge creepy? (Therefore You)
Here are 10 horrible Marvel Comics ideas. (alert nerd)
I don’t so much fancy myself a hardcore geek so much as a bit of a “nerdette,” and I want ALL OF THIS STUFF. Especially the Donkey Kong shelving. But ESPECIALLY the Pac Man bookshelf. (mental floss)
OK, I give. This really is the best T-shirt of the week. (Unreality)
One last thing before I finish today — really guys? Really?? None of you are bitching about the I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell ad we’re currently running? Seriously, you guys are letting me down. I thought this thing would bring Bianca Reagan out of the woodwork faster than saying her name three times into the bathroom mirror.
Anyway, there’s not much to be said about the iPad that Christopher didn’t already cover in his round-up last night — oh, except this. How would you like your eggs served on your face, Steve Jobs?
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