Only in New York, perhaps? As snow falls and gale force winds howl down city streets, some residents of the Big Apple now seek “blizzard buddies.” That’s right. They don’t want to face Winter Storm Juno alone. Scores of romance-minded New Yorkers have taken to Craigslist with unapologetic invitations for companionship, amour and cocoa - among many other things.
Boston-based Celtic punk band Dropkick Murphys admonished Scott Walker for using their music for his political purposes, issuing a scathing tweet that they “literally hate” the Wisconsin governor.
Rush Limbaugh described the success of the movie “American Sniper” as “an extension of the November elections,” saying the film’s enormous box-office earnings are an expression of the public’s support for pro-American values.
Dennis Rodman, who has famously referred to North Korea’s Kim Jong-un as his lifelong friend, expressed incredulity at the idea of the regime hacking Sony Pictures.
Hollywood’s leftist movie-maker, Michael Moore, sent out a series of tweets dripping with sarcasm, citing Jesus to make the point that he doubted very much the savior of the Christian world would “hide” and “shoot people in the back” — an apparent dig at the film about Chris Kyle, “American Sniper.”
Benedict Cumberbatch says he was an “idiot” to refer to non-white actors as “colored.”
Melissa Rivers filed a malpractice lawsuit Monday against doctors and the clinic where her mother, Joan Rivers, had a routine medical procedure, stopped breathing and later died.