Category Archives: Seriously? Really?

Madonna Posts Instagram Bondage and Boobs Selfie

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Naturally, Madonna,55, thought she could wear strips of dirty sheets to the Met Gala, but “MOM SAID ‘NO’!” Either that, or she just wanted to show her tits on Instagram, knowing it would go viral (ew). Here’s her tweet from yesterday:

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Listen, I’m the first one to say Madonna has a great rack. (Okay, maybe not the first.) No one…and I mean, NO ONE would’ve assumed she was making a political statement by wearing some sort of bondage-wraps. Yeah, she’s so serious about the horrendous state of women and girls in today’s world, that all the attention would have been on her boobs. THAT’S dedication, my friends. Either that, or Narcissistic Personality Disorder.

Seattle Seahawks Win Super Bowl XLVIII – Sports Illustrated Cover – FINALLY Getting Some Respect?

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Oh, it was a “boring” game. “Real football fans were bored to tears.”  Or, “You call THAT a RIOT?” regarding the city-wide mob of happiness that swept over OUR CITY last night. Yeah, the frat boys and girls at U-Dub made a big, fat bonfire out of couches and mattresses.  (They probably saved the Seattle Health Department a trip by burning those nasty household furnishings, because ewww.)

 

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Photo via Twitter

There’s a great and hilarious post over on Deadspin.com (that I wish I had written), complete with photos from last night’s celebration.

 

Seattle Seahawks Fans Gather To Watch The Super Bowl Against The Denver Broncos

Photo via: (Photo by David Ryder/Getty Images/Deadspin.com )

I came across a video posted (and narrated) by our own Rock God, Chris Cornell about the city of Seattle and our Seahawks. Take a moment, won’t you? Oh, and I LOVE Soundgarden’sWave” used as the soundtrack.

 

 

Songwriters: CORNELL/THAYIL of Soundgarden
Take, if you want a slice
If you want a piece
If it feels alright
Break, if you like the sound
If it gets you up
If it brings you downShare, if it makes you sleep
If it sets you free
If it helps you breathe
Don’t come over here
And piss on my gate
Save it just keep it
Off my wave

Cry, if you want to cry 

If it helps you see

If it clears your eyes

Hate, if you want to hate
If it keeps you safe
If it makes you brave

Pray, if you want to pray
If you like to kneel
If you like to lay

Don’t come over here
And piss on my gate
Save it just keep it
Off my wave

Keep it off my wave
Keep it off my wave
Keep it off my wave

My wave

Cry, if you want to cry
If it helps you see
If it clears your eyes

Hate, if you want to hate
If it keeps you safe
If it makes you brave

Take, if you want a slice
If you want a piece
If it feels alright

Don’t come over here
And piss on my gate
Save it just keep it
Off my wave

My wave.

OUR WAVE.
And by the way, It’s official: the Seattle Seahawks SUPER BOWL WIN was the most-watched television event in U.S. history, EVER. Boring? I took a Facebook poll. Seems that it was “boring” in the sense that Bronco fans–and Seattle haters–put all their Sunday Faith in their “savior”  Peyton Manning. Say with me (and Manning)…
MANNING-OHSHIT
…12 seconds into the game.
“OH SHIT!!”
I learned a new phrase today, thanks to my girl Honey: “Tax that ass” as in, “No one in Broncos Country seemed to realize is the Seahawks had their number and were about to tax that ass like they did most of their season.”
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What was that score again? 
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Don’t come over here
And piss on my gate
Save it just keep it
Off my wave

Grammys Give Lame Apology To Trent Reznor For Cutting Closing Performance Short

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Nearly a week after the Grammy Awards aired, the producers of the televised event offered Trent Reznor one of those “apologies” (#sorrynotsorry) we all hate: “Oh, I’m sorry that you feel that way“. If you’ll recall, Nine Inch Nails, Queens of the Stone Age and Dave Grohl’s closing performance was cut–and Trent was none too pleased.

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via NME.com

I’m sorry he was upset. I was really thrilled that we were finally getting him on the Grammys. The final jam started with Arcade Fire a few years ago, and LL Cool J last year. I wanted to end on a high, an up note. I did tell them we’d take it as long as we could. The number was about five, six minutes long, and we got to within a minute twenty of the end. We got as close as we could possibly get.”

Well? What did they expect? Good lucky getting Trent to return to the Grammys any time soon. He was also sticking up for the other dudes, obviously. There were many opportunities to cut throughout the broadcast so as not to irritate and disrespect our Darling Trent and Friends.  Oh, and don’t go looking for the performance on YouTube, because THIS is what you’ll see:

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Nope. No. Nope.