Kim K, no stranger to the tabloids and incessant rumors, has halted her busy schedule to deny a recent claim she’s dating Mark Sanchez, New Jersey Jets quarterback. Kardashian filed for divorce from New Jersey Nets ball player Kris Humphries in October. It wouldn’t be entirely surprising if she a. moved on already and b. sought out another athlete. Alas neither are true. Kim took to Twitter to deny the rumor,
“Dating rumors are always fun when u don’t even know the people your supposedly linked to! Who makes this stuff up!” The horror! Is Kim (and her fake reality show series) really surprised someone would makeup news for a few extra hits?!?!
Roseanne Barr Submits Necessary Paperwork Towards President Bid
Roseanne Barr has filed the necessary paperwork in hopes of securing the Green Party’s candidacy so she may run for president of the United States.
In a bid to go against her usual capricious self, Barr took to the street to proclaim her manifesto: legalize marijuana, change the demographics of government and to outlaw bullsh*t. She went on to clarify her less-than flattering expression.
“As ‘without bullsh*t, the twin towers of patriarchy, warmongering-piracy and woman hating-pedophilia will collapse under their own weight.”
The funny woman is best known for her long-running sitcom, “Roseanne,” from 1988 to 1997 where she portrayed the nonchalant, struggling, but content blue collar mother of three which earned the actress an Emmy.
In what seems to be an apparent important cause, her platform for which she plans to run, Roseanne’s agenda is to force the media’s eye towards blue collar Americans and others who are really in need.
“I will barnstorm American living rooms,” she said. “Mainstream media will be unable to ignore me, but more importantly they will be unable to overlook the needs of average Americans in the run-up to the 2012 election.”
So, are Roseanne’s political aspirations a media ploy?
It’s unclear, but ironically, Barr is scheduled to play a mobile-home park operator who serves as a surrogate mother in an upcoming NBC comedy project “Downwardly Mobile”.
Though in a preceding Lifetime sitcom, “Roseanne Nuts”, the actress has always claimed to not be left or right wing and cared about people as a whole.
“I am no wing. I am an American,” she said. “I believe in people-ism. Solutions that work for everybody. I think we should stop dividing ourselves and get food to the hungry and decent food to people all over the world. Clean water. Decent fuel that doesn’t poison us. We’re so smart. We can regenerate limbs with stem cells. We can grow safe and good food and get along.”
Well, time will tell.
The Green party’s presidential nominee will be selected at a convention in Baltimore in July.