Posts Tagged ‘Exactly’
Question by Just Asking: Why exactly does Bethenny (Real Housewives NY) hate Kelly?
So, why exactly does Bethenny Frankel hate Kelly Killoren Bensimon, the new “housewife?” Is it just jealousy and bitchyness? Kelly is clearly far prettier and more successful. Something tells me Bethenny was bullied in school and she certainly wasn’t one of the popular, good looking girls. Am I wrong?;-)
Answer by cih256
Im with you on that one. U have to get to know sombody before you can say that you dont like them. even though bethany is my favorite person on the show, i think it is wrong for her to judge kelley right off the bat. not only that it is dumb on bethanys part to just dissmiss kelley as a friend, after all, a lot of the show has networking and how does bethany extpect to move up in the world with that kind of attitude. after all kelley does know some pretty cool people.
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The plot of Larry David’s improvised HBO film has been revealed, and it sounds like one hell of a bald, four-eyed fuck of a thing. In the best way possible.
The LA Times has a summary from the treatment David has written up, and it’s almost impossible to read without Curb‘s familiar tuba kicking in:
The plot concerns a marketing executive named Lenny (David) who is helping to market a new electric car. Because he objects to the name (it’s “the Howard,” after “The Fountainhead’s” Howard Roark), Lenny gets into a fight with the creator, a colleague named Haney, and in a fit of Davidian pique gives Haney back his stake in the project.
This being a David story line, the car of course goes on to become a huge success, making Haney absurdly wealthy and leaving Larry out of the money.
So, already it’s the car investment opportunity gone awry of Curb‘s car periscope episode and the “you owe me some of the fortune” premise of LD’s Sour Grapes meets David’s love of fuel-efficient vehicles–plus, the name “Haney,” which is the epitome of the disyllabic Seinfeld villain name, made specifically to be angrily hissed. And that’s barely scratching the bald surface of the film’s larger, hugely-Davidian plot: there’s also said to be the expected bald jokes, classic “cosmic coincidences and karma-is-a-beast turns,” diatribes about accepted societal norms like “putting electrical outlets out of sight,” and stupidly genius ideas for improving inventions (he wants the car to have a flap for on-the-road peeing). If that’s not Davidy enough for you, there’s even a running joke about the The Eagles to hark back to the famously-Eagles-centric Seinfeld episode “The Checks” (The Times suggests there could be a cameo, too, you lucky Don Henley fans). The project still has no title, but given what we now know, sticking with the default “Larry David Comedy Project” is sounding like an increasingly appropriate idea.
Question by Carlos Munez: When exactly DID the hate of Justin Bieber start?
Two of my friends say the fans started it by bashing every other music genre around. It makes sense, but I don’t think it explains the whole story. So what exactly DID cause the hatred towards Justin Bieber that is so-well-known on the internet today?
Answer by Baxter Dewall
It is reported that his father started the bashing approximately 2 minutes after his conception.
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That shape being an obese, dancing woman and the accompanying grotesquely-stretched neck of Palmer Scott:
Divisive debate about surrealist comedy aside, not a lot to add to that, really.