Monday, November 19, 2007

Politicelebritopia Roundup for November 19, 2007

The line separating politicians and celebrities so often becomes blurred. Mongrel spawn litter the planet as they cross each others' realms. Roundup from this past week includes:

1. Former Vice President and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Al Gore accepts the Founders Award from the International Emmys in New York City tonight. His trophy case must be getting mighty crowded...[more]

2. After six months of random testing and community service, prosecutors dropped misdemeanor marijuana charges against Anna Nicole celebrity judge, Lawrence Korda...[more]

3. U2 activist Bono gives a tell all interview in Rolling Stone magazine. Wasn't Bono one of the original movers and shakers of the politicelebritopia movement...[more]

4. Former Soviet Union leader Mikhail Gorbachev now shills for Louis Vuitton. Guess the economy's not so great in Russia either...[more]

5. Analysts are back to ranking candidate follicles to determine lead indicators in election 2008...[more]

6. Speaking of the 2008 election, Jackson Browne offered his expertise in woman bullying to the John Edwards campaign...[more]

7. Meanwhile, Edwards is too busy picketing NBC than to care about lackluster support on his own campaign trail...[more]

8. Last, but not least, Paris Hilton practiced bump and grind defense and public speaking in preparation for her delayed mission to Rwanda...[more]

That concludes this week's issue of Bastard Child. Tune in again for more mongrel spawn from around the globe.