I’m not sure if this is true, or if the details are even completely out there yet, but according to this website, Britney Spears tried to commit suicide. Her mother was called to the house. There’s no word yet from Perez Hilton, but I’m sure that will come soon.
This site also has the story. Or is making up the story. Or whatever.
If you go to any entertainment site, you’ll noticed a ton on the Britney story. From what it sounds like, she didn’t try to commit suicide (or maybe that’s the spin that’s coming out), but she supposedly went to the hospital and will be there for a few days.
I haven’t bought a pair of Air Jordan’s since the XIXs came out and even then, I bought them heavily discounted at an outlet store. You’d have to go back to the 18s with the suede for the last time I showed up on the first day of the release date and bought a pair of Js. But for this shoe, I might have to do it. It’s the 23rd version and for someone who bought the very first one (well, pops did), I might have to complete the circle.
My friend Aubrey did a story about the special edition 23s that came out this weekend. Craziness.
It gives me great feeling all time, all my life to bring you the newest box cover art for not only Beverly Hills, 90210: Season 4 (aka Brenda Walsh’s last season), but also Martin Season 4 (aka the season right before Martin went crazy). They both come out in April.
I just purchased BH90210 Season 3 and received Martin Season 3 as a Christmas gift, so I have some major TV watching before the season 4s come out.
The other day, I was thinking about writing a post about the 49ers’ signing of Mike Martz. I thought, “Should I really write this? Do I need to write about the 49ers again? And if so, what should I call it?” And then it hit me. Ghosts Of ‘81! I know that my last post made it seem like I wasn’t going to write again about the ongoings of my beloved team, but I figure that it doesn’t matter if I continue the blog every once in a while, even in the off-season (at least it’s the off-season for my lovable losers).
But this week, what I didn’t want to happen, happened. Mike Nolan decided that if he’s going to go down, he’s going to go down in flames. As I talked about last week, it’s a trendy pick up, but it might not be a smart pick up for the long run. Ray Ratto wrote a column today that talked about Martz and why it’s a crazy idea.
This two time Oscar winner had some bad things to say about her former television acting career.
“The producers never told me why, they just said it wasn?t working… Especially when it?s in its eighth season and no one?s watching it. You just think, ‘I?m not good enough for this show’?”
Who is the former Oscar winner and for bonus points, what show was she talking about?
Now everyone got it right except Eddy Zucko who said Sally Field and then went on to say that Sally Field was on The Hogan’s Family. I believe that was Sandy Duncan.
The answer is most definitely Hilary Swank. And the show she is talking about is the beloved Beverly Hills, 90210.
I have a bone to pick with her though. While the show was late in it’s career, the ratings weren’t declining. On a whole, they had declined, but in Season 8, they actually improved, or at least their yearly standing improved. And maybe young Hilary, you weren’t good enough for the show. I mean, were you even good enough for The Next Karate Kid? And really, Freedom Writers was just a broke ass Dangerous Minds.
Actually, I love Swank. Wait. That didn’t come out right. I enjoy Hilary Swank as an actress. But still, when you make fun of my show, you face the fury. But I’ll be nice. I was going to say that with Fergie’s face, and Hilary’s teeth, they could re-do Mr. Ed, but I won’t go there.