When I first saw this picture, cover shot for the September 4 issue of Rolling Stone, I reacted like a highschool kid who hadn't had sex in a year. Right in front of my computer, I said, "Oh My God! Can they get any hotter?" Can you blame me? Look at these two babes! They are simply the hottest media stars out there right now. I think what's so hot about Mary-Kate and Ashley is their supposed innocence. They haven't gone down the Britney/Christina road of pop trash. They have remained above it all and are reportedly worth $150 million each.
They have a new film coming out called New York Minute. I'm going to see it. I don't care if people look at me and say, "Dude, aren't you a little old for this movie?" Well, no guy of any age is too old to check these chicks out. And no, I'm not that old anyway.
Mary-Kate puts the desire of us all to see them this way:
"We have to take into consideration the people who want to watch us," says Mary-Kate. "And we're still going to keep those little kids happy."
And you know what? They are going to be able to do it. Strange as it is, they will continue to appeal to kids, sex-starved teenager, and 40 year old dudes like me. There, now you know how old I am and you can call me a pervert!
Sorry, I can't help myself. See more and read more here.
Back in 1998, when vibrating cell phones were a new thing, there was a very interesting commercial done in Portugal that really demonstrated what the vibrating feature was all about...and, what it would do to certain supple body parts.
Life can be tough being tall. That's what Everard Strong had in mind when he launched 'TallMagazine'. "I kept thinking that someone else was going to do this, but no one has," he says.
Tall Magazine has debuted and will cover height related issues such as how to find clothes that fit, office chairs that are comfortable and what to do about those tiny airline seats.
Strong plans to launch another test issue in October and is considering launching separate titles for Men, Women and Teens.
Following Art Cooper's reign as editor and unfortunate death in June, new Editor Jim Nelson has put his mark on GQ magazine. The September issue will debut a new design and editorial direction that will feature shorter more pop culture related articles. This "Maxim-ization" trend in men's magazines has finally caught up to the daddy of them all.
"I'm trying to make the magazine respond to culture better and more quickly," says Nelson. "GQ has always been a thoughtful magazine built on journalism and fashion, but it often had a timeless quality to it: you'd pick up an issue and not really know what month you were in."
Don't look for babes wearing barely there bikinis but the magazine will certainly shift away from its staid image of years past.
Eventually all great bands go commercial. It just took Devo 20 years to do it. Devo has altered their 1980 'Whip It' hit for use in a new television commercial for P & G's Swiffer floor mop. In the spot, the lyrics are altered from "whip it" to "Swiff it" and feature a mom swiffing the floor while robotically dancing to the Devo hit. Goth'd out teenagers look on and wonder, "I hope it's not genetic".