"Wah, Wah, Wah. Here, Drink the Tears of Fame. Bottoms Up."

Mamacita says: Kathy Griffin and Mr. Sulu? Together? Well, you KNOW it’s going to be awesome!

I find these people to be dismally repulsive; I wouldn’t watch their lives on a bet. These negative feelings towards them do not, however, prevent me from having a genuine laugh over this parody. Several laughs. Many laughs, truth be told. Tons of laughs, and all genuine.

Their values, their priorities, their morals, and their entire lives are so perverse, selfish, adulterous, and childish. . . . I mean, come ON. All they’re good for is a laugh.

Thanks, Kathy and Sulu. I needed that. It’s been a long day.

“Of course I love kids. Have you SEEN my GIRLFRIEND?”


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"Wah, Wah, Wah. Here, Drink the Tears of Fame. Bottoms Up." — 6 Comments

  1. Found the reference:

    Speaking of which, I turned around 180 degrees to the best-selling Christian section. There on top was The Shack. I was glad about that. While the book had endured its theological criticism, I do think it has exposed a more realistic side of Grace . . . which is a good thing. Then, just above The Shack was a book that really caught my attention. It was about Jon and Kate called “Multiple Blessings,” which was published by Zondervan. I’m proud to say that I’ve never seen an episode of Jon and Kate Plus Eight . . . not because of my good taste, but that we don’t get the channel it comes on.

    I wouldn’t know much about the couple except that my mom and aunt are celebrity junkies. There coffee table is literally buried in gossip magazines. I was just skimming them the day before. Okay, I carried a couple into the john with me and actually read the articles. Certainly the Jon and Kate break up was on almost every cover. He said this and she said that. His unfaithfulness and her nasty domination (thus says the reporters). So I just had to look through this Christian version of the couple . . . before the messy separation. I never knew that they had claimed to be Christians. The book was sweet and precious (like a Precious Moments figurine). Each chapter began with either Jon’s or Kate’s favorite verse. The chapters described how they were able to keep Christ at the center of their marriage in the midst of the chaos (and buckets of money coming in).

    Christian Monist, 15 Sep 2009 blog entry

  2. Found the reference:

    Speaking of which, I turned around 180 degrees to the best-selling Christian section. There on top was The Shack. I was glad about that. While the book had endured its theological criticism, I do think it has exposed a more realistic side of Grace . . . which is a good thing. Then, just above The Shack was a book that really caught my attention. It was about Jon and Kate called “Multiple Blessings,” which was published by Zondervan. I’m proud to say that I’ve never seen an episode of Jon and Kate Plus Eight . . . not because of my good taste, but that we don’t get the channel it comes on.

    I wouldn’t know much about the couple except that my mom and aunt are celebrity junkies. There coffee table is literally buried in gossip magazines. I was just skimming them the day before. Okay, I carried a couple into the john with me and actually read the articles. Certainly the Jon and Kate break up was on almost every cover. He said this and she said that. His unfaithfulness and her nasty domination (thus says the reporters). So I just had to look through this Christian version of the couple . . . before the messy separation. I never knew that they had claimed to be Christians. The book was sweet and precious (like a Precious Moments figurine). Each chapter began with either Jon’s or Kate’s favorite verse. The chapters described how they were able to keep Christ at the center of their marriage in the midst of the chaos (and buckets of money coming in).

    Christian Monist, 15 Sep 2009 blog entry

  3. Anybody heard about the “John & Kate + 8” Christian Celebrity devotionals that started surfacing in Christian (TM) Bookstores just before the breakup scandal (and ratings boost) broke?

  4. Anybody heard about the “John & Kate + 8” Christian Celebrity devotionals that started surfacing in Christian (TM) Bookstores just before the breakup scandal (and ratings boost) broke?

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