“Once In a Lifetime” Talking Heads (1980)
“Thriller” Michael Jackson (1984)
“Take On Me” A-Ha (1985)
“Sledgehammer” Peter Gabriel (1986)
“Nothing Compares 2 U” Sinead O’Connor (1990)
“Heart-Shaped Box” Nirvana (1993)
“Buddy Holly” Weezer (1994)
“Sabotage” The Beastie Boys (1994)
“Virtual Insanity” Jamiroquai (1997)
“Praise You” Fatboy Slim (1999)
“The Hardest Button to Button” The White Stripes (2005)
“Here It Goes Again” OK Go (2006)
“Single Ladies (Put a Ring On It)” Beyonce (2008)
“Bad Romance” Lady Gaga (2009)
“Runaway” Kanye West (2010)
Well, it seems that social networks have a new purpose. That purpose is to pressure celebrities into going as our dates to our fancy events. I’m all good with that. The most recent attemps is by 17-year-old Cadie Eimer. She would like Justin Bieber to accompany her to her Senior Prom next year. She has created a website completely devoted to this mission: www.OneLessLonelyProm.com, a twitter account, and a facebook page, all in the attempt to get Justin to make her dream come true. But the reason she’s getting so much attention is that she and her bestie Holly have Youtubed themselves performing what I believe to be the worst rap ever in life.
I admire her dedication to her cause, but based on this rap, should Justin really feel the pressure to say yes???
If you’re moved by her dream, help her out! Sign the twitition here.
Wow…the kid’s name is Brendan McFarlane. He’s a monster. Here’s a video of him in a guitar shop throwing down on some Sam Cooke.
Here’s his cover of Alicia Keys – No One.
Chace, Alli, and Frito ponder how it’s possible for Brits to gain so much weight when they travel abroad.
Someone is stealing Frito’s frozen lunches out of the office fridge. What should he do to put it to a stop?
Rivalries are fun. Until someone takes things a little too far…
Some states are allowing CPS to step in and take kids out of thier parents homes if they’re morbidly obese. Good idea or bad idea?
Alli’s Celebrity Buzz
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I guess because there’s not enough to worry about in D.C., now a medical group in the capital is out to destroy a great American tradition…the hot dog. The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine has just unveiled a billboard in Indianapolis with a picture of hot dogs in a cigarette pack.
According to The Daily Mail,
“The group is trying to create awareness of a link between hot dogs and colorectal cancer. The 2007 study they cite by the World Cancer Research Fund found that one 50 gram serving of processed meat a day, about the same amount in one hot dog, increases the risk of colorectal cancer by about 21 per cent. Hot dogs should come with a ‘warning label that helps consumers understand the health risk,’ Susan Levin, the committee’s nutrition education director told USA Today, similar to warning labels on cigarettes.”
So what do you think??? Are hot dogs killing us? Should they have to come with a warning label, like a pack of cigarettes?