Vinnie shared this story on The Project, via Conversative Post, of a young boy appearing on an episode The Jenny Jones Show called "Boot-Camp My Pre-Teen."
And then called his son Luke to share the story with him.
On a news day when MSNBC's smug Martin Bashir apologized to Sarah Palin for a Friday broadcast dedicated to trashing her, Toronto's crack-smoking mayor Rob Ford gets handed a reality TV show. Can you say surreal?
While Bashir barely avoided getting his walking papers for being remarkably unprofessional and inappropriate, Ford's getting opportunities for it! These two are truly Two of a Kind....
Mark Wahlberg made some noise this week while he was promoting his new film "Lone Survivor." If you ask me, he made some noise this week because he was promoting his new film "Lone Survivor."
See, Wahlberg's new film is based on a book written by Marcus Luttrell, the lone survivor of a SEAL Team 10 mission, and just as Wahlberg was gussying up for some red carpet action fellow actor Tom Cruise inadvertently equated being away from his daughter on a film set was somewhat like a soldier being away from his daughter while fighting overseas. Wahlberg seized the opportunity to tear into the actor-cum-Scientologist for even daring to make the comparison. Of course, Wahlberg would be right....if it actually happened.
It was Cruise's lawyer who made the analogy, and Cruise can only sit in disbelief as perhaps the longest backlash on any actor in the history of cinema continues.
Read the story HERE, thanks to The Blaze.
For those applauding Wahlberg, you should be reminded that this is the same guy who was supposed to have been on one of the planes on 9/11 but by the grace of God didn't take the flight. While promoting another film a few years back he said during that press junket that, had he made the flight, "things would have turned out differently." He later apologized, but his Cruise control here smacks of mea culpa. Don't you agree?
Check out the video here thanks to TMZ. WARNING: EXPLICT LANGUAGE
I am stunned to read this story about a man who was so distraught over his newborn child's appearance that it led the mom breaking down and admitting to having had several cosmetic surgeries. He sued her and won $120,000 for his claims of marriage under false pretenses!
Read the full story on The New York Post here: http://bit.ly/1j1oxvi