Another great front page from the NY Post

Say what you want about ‘em (and I have), but they really deliver on occasion…

Pussy Whipped

Here’s the related story about a former Project Runway contestant.  I guess you can do the walk of shame in the comments by admitting that you watch the show.

Posted by Kevin K. on 03/19/09 at 07:27 AM • Permalink

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At least the Post has its priorities straight. Love the headline. Thanks for sharing, Kevin K. And for the record, there is NO shame in watching Project Runway.

Btw, I believe you said you were a Star Trek fan, and if you are, you HAVE to read the article on captains chairs in today’s NYT—and check out the new Star Trek fragrances. They are hysterical. You can check both out here.

Comment by J. on 03/19/09 at 07:49 AM

In our newsroom we express our envy of whoever gets to write the NYP’s headlines often and openly.

Hope the cat’s ok tho’.

HTP,

Where do you work if you don’t mind me asking?

Where do you work if you don’t mind me asking?

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And for the record, there is NO shame in watching Project Runway.

Oh, I agree.  That was one of those shows that Chris started watching and I said, “No fucking way.” Several years later ... d’oh!

That woman was the most annoying contestant ever in Project Runway history, and there has been plenty of competition. I’m sorry her cat didn’t smother her in her sleep. Tim Gunn should have throttled her for being a whiny entitled brat.

That woman was the most annoying contestant ever in Project Runway history

You may be right there, but I often felt like pile-driving Christian. Tough call.

Christian was affected, but he did have talent and he wasn’t mean to Tim. Do NOT be mean to Tim Gunn. That’s like punching the Easter Bunny or something.

The Post never fails in the headline department. I remember a parody of the newspaper years back, with the headline:

World War III! Six Billion and Michael Jackson Killed!

Project Runway contestant?  Gives a new meaning to the term “cat walk”.  Sorry,that was terrible.

Speaking of cats,how is Hubcap? Did I miss an update?

Speaking of cats,how is Hubcap? Did I miss an update?

Thanks for asking, Jason.  I didn’t feel like writing about it because things were looking pretty grim.  We thought we were going to have to put her to sleep this weekend because she was in terrible shape (I’ll skip the ugly details), but we stopped one of her medications (per the vet) and she’s bounced back.  The reality is she won’t be with us much longer, but hopefully she can hang in for a week or two more.

Very sorry to hear that, Kevin.

I’m sorry to hear that.  It might sound like a cliche, but she’ll let you know when it’s time to go, like my cat did.

Kevin, I’m really sorry to hear about Hubcap. So much so I’ll let the comment about my place of employment pass.

gimme I work for a business-to-business publication for healthcare providers.

It might sound like a cliche, but she’ll let you know when it’s time to go, like my cat did.

Jason, yeah, she was definitely letting us know, but the fact that she rebounded made us think she wanted to fight it out a bit longer.  I’m fairly certain we’ll know for sure when the time comes. If she falls apart like that again, we’ll put her to sleep regardless of signs of improvement.

Heartbreak in a fur coat—that’s what pets are. I’m sorry about Hubcap.

You will definitely know when the time comes. Take care of yourselves. I’m sorry for the sad news.

Oh, and Oblomova is me, Kerry. I have no idea why I chose that—it’s an old online handle that I thought I’D bring back from the dead. Or the sleepy (those of you who have read Oblomov by Goncharov will get the joke).

Kevin -

Truly sorry. Lori and I have been through bit of a trial with our dog, and our emotions are very close to the surface right now. I genuinely feel for you and your wife.

Kevin, I hope you guys and Hubcap have some more good moments. And Brad, same for you and Lori and your pup.

I don’t know why dogs and cats aren’t made out of better materials. My dog’s eyes clouded when he was eight, an age at which my own eyes were staring out the window of a third grade classroom. How could that be?

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