Despite the threat of arrest, about 600 protesters chose to stay in the Wisconsin state capitol while it was being cleaned on Sunday evening. I think Scott Walker was literally trying to mop up the protesters. Walker’s theory must have been, if you can’t use tear gas on the protesters, see if you can get them to leave by using the smell of Lysol. No bedrolls or backpacks were allowed when people came back into the building today. Scott Walker is treating the protesters the same way he’s treating state workers—he knows he can’t get totally rid of them, but he’s doing everything he can to make them uncomfortable.
The hacker activist group “Anonymous” is trying to organize a boycott of the Koch brothers’ products. One of the Koch’s biggest products is toilet paper. There’s your boycott slogan—“I wouldn’t even wipe my ass with Koch brothers products!” Koch paper products also include Brawny paper towels. That’s right, the Koch brothers are behind the Brawny guy, the gayest advertising icon in the world. So if you want to join the boycott, you’ll have to find a different paper towel with a gay spokesperson. Maybe it’s time for Bounty’s Rosie to come out of the closet.
Finally, Charlie Sheen is demanding a big raise, or he won’t come back to “Two And A Half Men.” At the very least, Charlie Sheen has been acting so childish that, if he does come back, they should change the name of the show to “One and Two Half Men.” Or “Jon Cryer, A Kid, And A Big Baby.”
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The plan to try to get the Oscars to appeal to younger viewers by having James Franco and Anne Hathaway co-host just ended up turning off viewers of all ages. A few reasons why: