Christmas is over and not soon enough, right? Newt's New Hampshire team released this appalling fail two days before Christmas. I think most everyone on both sides of the party line, especially Christians, would be offended by this. I mean, what a terrible idea; generally speaking people hate political ads, Christmas songs and cheesy parodies, so how could combining the three ever sound like a good idea? Suppose that's what one could expect from those who came up with, "NewtHampshire".
If a girl looks like them she doesn't have to know how to sing. I think we can all agree with that; us guys at least.
We all remember our first apartment, right? That place was full half-broken Ikea furniture. I remember managed to furnish our entire two-bedroom flat for under $500. Aah, memories.... Well anyway, Ikea isn't know for quality so it only seems natural they'll have Billy Idol do some cockamamie rap.
You know it's fall when Christmas ads start taking over the airways. Bad holiday commercials is as seasonal as changing leaves. This was one of the first commercials I've seen this year. Let's all agree not to shop at stores that use auto-tune. Let capitalism do our talking. But then again, I don't think anyone shops at K-Mart anyway.
Kim Kardashian is suing Old Navy over their new ad, claiming the actress/singer is her doppelgänger thus, in proxy, Old Navy used her image and likeness without permission. I don't know, maybe the girl looks a little like her but any inflated ego could claim any attractive, thin, young brunette is her double. But okay, let's say this specific girl is a dead ringer for Kim; personally I feel that's a moot point. It's not her. Old Navy didn't make any claim that it is her and they didn't make any mention of her or any of the Kardashians whatsoever in the ad. And even further, if Kim wins the case you can guarantee that'll be the end of this poor girl's acting career; no one would hire her in fear that the Kardashian lawyers will soon be knocking on their doors. Surely any rational court would throw out this case. I'm assuming this case is going to be handled in California so, so much for any kind of rational.