Yes! YES! A thousand times, YES!!!!
Because it’s hump day. And also, because you’re worth it! L’Oreal.
That’s their slogan, right? Or is that Johnson & Johnson?
THIS. ALL. THE. TIME.
In Case You Missed It of the Day: To the bitter disappointment of equal rights advocates across the country, North Carolina voters passed a constitutional amendment late Tuesday that bans marriage between same-sex partners. Amendment One passed with 61 percent of the vote — or 1.3 million residents in favor.
And it’s worse than you think — the amendment doesn’t merely ban gay marriage. The legislation is among the most conservative in the nation, leaving no room for legal recognition of civil unions or domestic partnerships.
President Obama’s North Carolina spokesman says the president is “disappointed” by the outcome of the election, but declined to elaborate. Obama is scheduled to sit for an interview with ABC News today, “during which he is likely to discuss his ‘evolving’ views on the issue,” according to the New York Times.
Shame on you, North Carolina. Shame, shame, shame.
Roger Sterling, Mad Men
He’s slick, he’s decadent, and he’s full of pithy quips — Roger is basically a party in a three-piece suit. But, like Don Draper, he’s always hopping from wife to mistress to new wife, with little regard for the emotional wreckage he leaves behind. What makes Roger a bit more irritating is that he doesn’t even seem particularly talented at his job; as he reminded us this week, he’s never earned a single thing he’s gotten, and without the Lucky Strike account, he’s basically dead weight at the office. Then again, after spending last season dictating his self-satisfied memoirs, his experimentation with LSD seems to have woken him up to his general uselessness. Plus, he’s still so charming. Sigh.
Interesting read, unless you’re like me and only watch 2 out of the 10 shows on this list. Geeze, I have GOT to stay in more!
P.S. Guess which two shows and you win a prize!