at 2:27PM on Jul 5
Love that view! I could hear the Santa Barbara fireworks from my house, but watched them on a webcam in my pjs. Too lazy to fight the tiny traffic we have here… Glad you had a good night!
at 1:39PM on Jul 4
Happy 4th, Trent! Hope you have a wonderful day!
at 8:34AM on Jun 23
at 10:35AM on Jun 3
The only twinkle of hope here is “campy, fun, contemporary wink at the genre.” But I’ll be waiting until the reviews are in. I prefer when these two do all out, kooky comedy.
at 1:51PM on Jun 2
This all makes me so glad for her, for us, for anyone struggling. Of course it’s photoshopped and made unattainably glorious, like all magazine shoots, but this would have been unimaginable just a few years ago. Every time a famous person speaks for and embodies an underserved/unknown/misunderstood population, there is a much better chance we will all live better lives by being more educated. Bruce becoming Caitlyn starts a conversation I wouldn’t normally be having and I am grateful to learn more.
at 11:42AM on Jun 1
Very, very happy for her!
at 2:18PM on May 27
Not enough no in the world. And I will see it (hangs head).
at 12:38PM on May 26
I’m a Clooney fan for life, but he makes a stinker every now and then, just like everybody else. At least he just admits it and laughs. I love that about him.
at 4:37PM on May 9
at 2:25PM on Apr 24
Good line, wrong place & time. I totally agree that nothing should be off limits in humor. However, this sounds like a nightclub joke for the over 21 set, who will take it as it is meant, a little culturally tone deaf, but witty in its day/for his age.
It doesn’t really work in a “family friendly” atmosphere. Letterman reaches so many people, it’s just cooler to err on the side of spreading good feelings.