I so totally never saw coke coming as the BNLer drug of choice. Although God knows why, after the beats per minute rate of “One Week.” Oh, and every other BNL song.
At first glance, I honestly thought this read “Looking More Appalling Now.”
“Eco-friendly actor Leonardo DiCaprio has added his name to a new campaign to banish junk mail. The superstar has signed a petition demanding the US government acts to allow citizens to opt out of unwanted post. Dubbed ‘Do Not Mail’, the campaign is the brainchild of international environmental group ForestEthics.” – Ireland Online
Thank God someone’s finally doing something about this issue—I’m constantly hounded through the mail by all these CauseHead actors, and it’s really such a waste of environmental resources. For instance, this weekend, I got yet another horribly vague and unconvincing piece of direct mail from an “actor and environmentalist,” upon which I of course immediately spilled coffee and I—oh. Oh dear. Hmm.
Leo tells me he’s working with “America’s most effective environmental action group.” Hey, maybe sending two pounds of paper pulp to my house is more environmentally effective than writing me an email, what the hell do I know? I’m not an actor or anything. Fucking polar bears. Should you care to check out the rest of Mr. DiCaprio’s missive and his horrifying signature, it’s after the jump. Read the rest of this entry »
Patrick Swayze’s doctor is going around telling people that reports of the actor’s impending death (like, in a month) from pancreatic cancer are “absolutely untrue,” and that he’s “optimistic” about Swayze’s chances. Yes, statistics do show that the disease’s 5% survival rate is considerably improved if you’ve appeared on camera with Jerry Orbach, Keanu Reeves and Blythe Danner.