It’s time for the return of the Demotivational Devotional.
Looks like others are jumping on the downhill bandwagon that is Demotivational Devotional.
Here’s Neal Boortz’ entry:
Welfare: When you love strangers so much that you’re willing to have the government steal money from another stranger to help them out.
[tags]Ike Pigott, Occam’s RazR, Neal Boortz, Demotivators[/tags]
I’m might just engage in a little strike solidarity myself in the coming days – just don’t want to promise to feed the RazR as tempting as it might be. While the strike by the Writers’ Guild of America has yet to pound us with the blunt-force that is 24/7 reality programming, it is already having a profound effect on newsmakers and celebrities.
Truth be told, this is a great time to have a crisis. No late-night comedy shows and no SNL to extend the news cycle on your misery. Imagine – if you will – the staffs of Leno, Letterman, and the Daily Show setting their sights on poor Jamie Lynn Spears. I have some sympathy for her plight, being a 16-year-old pregnant celebrity. But I am also a father of a five-year-old who has been exposed to enough “Zoey 101″ spots on the Disney Channel to know who Spears is. (But not her trampy older sister.)
So, taking (or stealing) a page from our friends over at Media Orchard, here’s what you’re missing with all the repeats in the late night talk shows.
“Producers at the Disney Channel say the fourth season is already in the can, and with some minor tweaking, expect to roll out season five as Zoey 101+1.”
“It was a great week for the underdogs. For the first time in a full year, the Miami Dolphins won a football game and Dina Lohan lost the title of Hollywood’s Worst Mom.”
“Jamie Lynn Spears is being praised by conservatives for her desire to keep her unborn child. She even says she wants to raise the baby in Louisiana, so it can have a normal family life. Critics note there is nothing normal about waiting until 16 in Louisiana, especially when cousins are not involved.”
Enough. Here’s advice on how to talk to your tweeners about it.
[tags]Ike Pigott, Occam’s RazR, Jamie Lynn Spears, news, pop culture, celebrity, WGA, demotivation[/tags]