Weekly Taylor Swift Update

Tay rocked England this week, and took home an award for Hottest Woman on the Planet. From news reports it appears Tay and Kanye have buried the hatchet.


That other dude is some Brit singer named Sam Smith. Not sure if he’s Tay’s next ex-boyfriend or not.

Tay and her BFF Karlie Kloss graced the cover of Vogue this next month.


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31 Responses to Weekly Taylor Swift Update

  1. DeniseVB says:

    Meanwhile, on the planet of OblaMa….

  2. Myiq2xu says:

    • HELENK3 says:

      White House: ‘We call on the Russian government to conduct a prompt,
      impartial and transparent investigation and ensure those responsible
      are brought to justice’ in Nemtsov murder – @Reuters

      how long do you think Putin laughed after reading this?

      • votermom says:

        Gunning down someone on the street does not actually seem like Putin’s style. He’s more a polonium guy. Plus this is the opposition leader – there is always the risk that such an outrage might trigger a popular revolt. I think there’s a good chance this might have been done by someone lower on the totem pole than Putin. Possibly not even a direct subordinate but one of the Russian mafia lords.

      • swanspirit says:

        He hasn’t stopped yet.

  3. Myiq2xu says:

  4. HELENK3 says:

    Leonard Nimoy’s last tweet

    Leonard Nimoy ✔ @TheRealNimoy

    A life is like a garden. Perfect moments can be had, but not preserved, except in memory. LLAP

  5. 1539days says:

    From what I understand, there is very little chance Sam Smith will be Taylor’s next boyfriend.

  6. HELENK3 says:

    James O’Keefe upsets rev al by wanted to ask questions

  7. mothy67 says:

    I just got an email from the streaming video service VODU offering Serena with Jennifer Lawrance and Bradley Cooper for 9.99. The two biggest stars on the planet going straight to video. Twice they have teamed for blockbusters(another on the way also from David O. Russell– Joy). Funny thing is VODU is owned by Hollywood and they attacked Netflix for proposing day and date streaming. You can buy now but it won’t be in the theaters until the end of March. With JLaw and Coop in the top three films of 2014 I would think it would open fairly high.
    VODU gives you 5 films from a limited selection when you join for free. I prefer Amazon as cloud storage is free for all digital content bought through them for life.

    • Myiq2xu says:

      Here is a review from IMDB:

      I laughed and I cried – becauce I watched the darn thing!

      25 February 2015 | by Nicole of ArchonCinemaReviews.com (United States)

      If a film has Academy Award nominated actors, is based off a New York Times bestseller, it can still be a crap movie. We present to you: Serena.

      Serena is a bunch of melodramatic nonsense masked as a worthy Hollywood feature film – when in reality it is just a bigger budgeted soap opera set in a historical time period.

      George Pemberton (Bradley Cooper) is trying to build a timber empire in North Carolina in 1929. While in the Northeast he meets a captivating woman named Serena (Jennifer Lawrence) and marries her. Together, the newly married couple return to North Carolina and pursue the venture together, Serena being the ever proficient business partner. Their saga and dramatics for success is the basis of the narrative within this film.

      Anyone who has read the novel Serena by Ron Rash should be deeply disappointed by the film adaptation by screenwriter Christopher Kyle and director Susanne Bier. I’m disappointed and all I did was read the summary of the novel after watching the film, and all I can say is “woof, Cliffnotes, eat your heart out.” Serena is a tragedy of editing, direction, screen writing, and acting all with a pretty paint job to delude viewers into thinking the drama is adequate.

      With so much wrong in the film it is hard to differentiate whose shoulders must bear the brunt of the blame. Surely the starting point for the film is the script, and Kyle’s is devoid of suspense, tension and drama. The dialogue does nothing to progress the plot in a feasible manner so director Susanne Bier must, like a magician, attempt to cultivate it from thin air. Not to say her attempt is admirable either, the gritty drama about greed set in the dense forest of North Carolina has no mood, no vision and is plainly shot with a vividity that exacerbates Serena’s lifelessness.

      Speaking of lifeless, moving on to the lead performers of this film: Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence. Neither both to develop their characters in any fashion. Both Cooper and Lawrence are hollow mannequins going through the motions – no greed, no hate, no love, no passion, no motivation, no flaws, no self, no soul. Admittedly, they are severely miscast for their roles but the level at which they falter is startling.

      The only entertainment received from watching Serena is from laughing at this allegedly dramatic film that fails to engage its viewer. Serena is uninspired and dreadfully cliché – watch out for some hilariously poor sex scenes and side-splitting ’emotional breakdowns’. Serena is so poorly done, from all angles, its a marvel the film even managed an internet release in the States.

  8. mothy67 says:

    Amazon now does Sunday delivery through USPS so here is a private business providing a much needed boost to the coffers of something govt run. Only available for Prime members but it allows people to be home to get packages. Smart company. Except for that Jay Carney thing. Why why why.

    • 1539days says:

      I think the Post Office has been sweetening the pot for sellers. I know Wal-Mart often uses USPS for shipments to within a city.

      • mothy67 says:

        I love the sunday deal. I don’t want my stuff sitting on a stoop all day.
        I also noticed for smaller packages they use FedEx to deliver it to local post office and then mailman delivers. Guess it is the most economical way to handle two day shipping.

  9. 1539days says:

    I just watched the last Red Eye with Greg Gutfeld hosting. That was sad.

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