Could I be more bored? Yes, because there seems to be a wealth of great, mindless bullshit out there web world this morning. And because until certain writers hand in certain copy that was due a certain ... today, I don't really have a choice. Do I?!
Idolator.com features THE funniest commenters on the face of the planet (the actual posts are great as well, and seem to feed off each other like The World's Most Ironic Hipster contest, which isn't as eye-gougingly bad as it sounds)
Idolator, considering their flex-auth music opinions, are always open to obsessing Klosterman-style over pop culture and its brainless awesomeness. That really kicks into high gear during Idol season. This year's inaugural kickoff (regarding the suckiness of the SC auditions and the holier-than-thou-ness of the "No Sex" girl that actually had my fiance (!) coming up with increasingly filthy ways to 'bring her down a notch' - particularly things that might happen to her on film when she gets to L.A.) of the series Idolator's American Idolatry is a gem and the comments should be bronzed and on display in the Smithsonian of Detachment.
Jeffery Lampkin answers the age old question: just how would Cee-Lo act if he was possessed by the spirit of Luther Vandross.
What is it about 16 year olds talking about abstinence that turns me on? Oh ya, everything.
All I could think when Amy Davis started chattering was "FUCK JUNO."
I had figured that combining the average IQ of your average American Idol contestant with the average IQ of your average South Carolinian would create some sort of extreme endothermic reaction, kind of like when light meets the event horizon of a black hole.
I guess I'll just have to live with Amy Flynn in stead.
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