Dumber and Dumberer and Dumbererer
Today is going to feature some tips from some of our Worlds' leading MENSA members: First up, Paris Hilton:
"I went to Wal-Mart for the first time. I always thought they sold wallpaper. I didnĂt realize it has everything. You can get anything you want there for really, really cheap."Last time I was at Wal-Mart they didn't have any designer clothes, makeup or sports cars, so I'm not sure what Paris was looking for. My wife knew to pre-order the Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers DVD from them. Save mucho dinero. She could teach those Hiltons a thing or two. Next up, the greatest musical contributor of this generation has to be Lars Ulrich of Metallica. Just when you think he couldn't do anything more asinine we get this lawsuit. The Band tries to explain why they are doing it. Are they kidding us? I'd like to really know one person who would feel cheated to here those chords and then have it not lead into a Metallica song. Really. Earlier these marketing geniuses told Apple music that it didn't want to participate because it somehow wasn't true to how the music should be listened too, in album format. I can agree with that statement, but not in regards to Metallica music. If they really feel that way then don't mix your album into tracks. Leave it as one track on a cd and release no physical CD singles or radio singles. If you're going to preach it, then do it. It's sad when Michael Jackson gets it and these fools don't. Maybe Metallica could try Pig Marketing. And finally, J-Lo explains she's not really into downsizing.
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