Miley Cyrus probably doesn't show up on many heroes' and role models' lists. But after this interview on Zach Sang's YouTube Channel, you may change your mind. I've always liked Miley. I've always found her refreshing in her openness, I love her ownership of her sexuality and she has an enviable ability to reinvent her music and … Continue reading A Series of Unlikely Heroes and Role Models: Miley Cyrus
Unless you've been living under a rock, you will know that Kim Kardashian has - once again - broken the internet with her body. This time it's a naked selfie she posted of herself on Instagram to celebrate International Woman's Day. Reactions have bene polarized. Pink and others are accusing her of demeaning the significance of … Continue reading Kim K and the Contagious Nude Selfie
With Thanksgiving fast approaching and Kim Kardashian pouring champagne on her bare ass and breaking the internet, I pause and reflect. I am thankful for Kim Kardashian and I am thankful for America. Kim Kardasian has proven, once again that America is the land of opportunity... the last true meritocracy. Kim Kardashian is, to say … Continue reading Kim Kardashian. She’s No Einstein — She’s Better!!
A lot has been written on the death of Philip Seymour Hoffman... justifiably. He was a genius and his passing is a huge loss to the millions of people who loved his work. What is it that makes so many of these brilliant celebrities fall so heavily into self destruction? Is it true that for … Continue reading Icarus and Philip Seymour Hoffman
Do you ever listen to Playboy Radio? I do occasionally and find some of the shows kind of entertaining. But, listening to it over the course of a few evenings last week, I noticed something I found off-putting. Many of the evening shows seem to to built on a model of providing 80s and 90s … Continue reading They Were Right When They Said We Should Never Meet Our Heroes