Tuesday, September 27, 2005


I hate to post about this again, but here is the cover of the latest People magazine:

A good starting point for the cause would be: "They knew each other for only a few months before dating getting engaged entering into the institution of marriage."

It's funny how some people are shocked by the split. I'd read the article, but I'm usually burnt out after the magazine's migraine-inducing crossword puzzle (42 Down: Puff ___ Magic Dragon).


spydrz said...

Do you have a subscription to People?

Micah said...

Nope. I'm an Entertainment Weekly guy, myself. People makes EW look like a literary journal. Grandma's got a People sub, though, and I leaf through the magazine from time to time.

Fun Fact: People is the most read magazine on Capitol Hill. At least, that's what I've heard.

Panthergirl said...

HAHAHAHA.... the crossword puzzle thing made me spit!

Anonymous said...

One (or two) has to do at least half a dozen things spectacularly wrong to cobbled together a marriage as short-lived and unsuccessful as the Chesweger Debacle. At no point during their ill-begotten Hollywood tryst did they put together anything remotely resembling a sensible partnership.

I have not one iota of sympathy for them, we are all dumber for having paid money to see either of them perform (on film or stage).

I award them no points, and may G-d have mercy on their souls...

...Knibb High football rules!!!