Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Stealing Time: Sexy Keith King protects sexy models from dune buggy selling photographer

Posted By on Wed, Nov 26, 2008 at 11:27 AM


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I'm moving S-L-O-W this morning. Thanks to bottle of wine, Shaun of the Dead and about three-and-a-half hours of sleep! That's my excuse. What's yours, Derek Donovan? The Star ombudsman misspelled Abu Ghraib -- he spelled it Abu Ghraid -- in this post about, uh, misspelling names. I've made the correction for Donovan following his handy dandy guide to correction writing: "An entry on Derek Donovan's blog on Nov. 26 misspelled Abu Ghraib." Feel free to use that, Derek.

Not sure where my favorite TV news reporter Micheal Mahoney was going with this in his blog: "It's hard to point to anything involving the British Royal family

as anything other than a living example of the dangers of inbreeding. But the Mark and Gloria story may have stumbled on to something." Inbreeding? I. Am. Totally. Lost.

Crime fighter/super hero creator Alonzo Washington is not happy with my co-worker Peter Rugg for his search for Omega Man comics. Among Washington's complaints: "Omega Man wears body armour [sic] not spandex." Washington also notes that he's "had Hollywood's attention" for the last 16 years. Can't wait for the movie!

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nicely teaches us how to park in a big city. To those in KCTV-5's

story bitching about their cars getting towed from a lot marked "private," SHUT

UP. Downtown isn't a field party.

Sexy NBC Action News reporter Keith King has a sexy investigation about sexy models getting taking advantage of by unscrupulous sexy local photographers who advertise on sexy Craigslist. I love the sexy, bearded, dune buggy shop owner who is new to the business but tells the sexy undercover model that she should pose topless.



-- Justin Kendall

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