Wow. President Obama's team really went there. They are using Big Bird in a new political ad against Mitt Romney. This ad is real and it is official.
Obama clearly was out-debated last week. Even if he did have his mind on getting his wife Michelle an anniversary gift like Saturday Night Live joked, he was not on his game. Romney made waves that night for his comments on Big Bird. Make no mistake, Romney won. But just to make sure Big Bird maybe has one more late night appearance in him, they used Big Bird with permission from PBS and Sesame Street.
If this was The Daily Show or Kimmel doing a fake ad, I would have found this hilarious. It being a real ad, I'm not so sure if it is that funny. This will get play and joked on The Daily Show and The Colbert Report and if they were the ones who made it, I would be impressed. Since it is his team however, not so much.
Hopefully Obama comes prepared for the next debate or his next political ad may feature Oscar The Grouch!-DocFB
Wow. Courtney Love is looking kind of hot again. Hmm. She is looking fuller in the face which is a good thing. This was from the premiere of Wall Street in New York.
I thought I saw her this weekend in Los Angeles and although the face matches, I am not sure it was her.
Looking good Court. Anything new with Hole going on?
What do you think of Courtney's new look?-Dr.FB
The Bear returns to Wall Street and he brings a hot blonde that you just might want to take stock in.
Check out the clip above and can someone get the name of the blonde while you are at it? K. Thanks.-Dr.FB
Shia LaBeouf leaves his boyish clothes behind and rocks a slick suit Wednesday while on the New York set of Oliver Stone's "Wall Street" sequel, "Money Never Sleeps", which costars Michael Douglas and Carey Mulligan.
I'm really feelin' this look, BUT nothing is better than the shirtless jogging pics
The stock exchange appears to be rallying and who was there ringing the bells?
None other than Anna Kournikova. You know, she kinda disappeared like every one's money on Wall Street, and now here she is when the market is entering it's most important point since the 17 month stick decline. Coincidence?
Who cares! She can ring our opening bells anyday.-Dr.FB
Well, the $700 Billion Bailout passed. An extra $110 Billion went so these companies who put us into this situation would not be taxed for it.
As soon as it was passed, Bush signed off on it like it was a veto against gas companies.
This sucks because we needed it to pass. It sucks because we were put into this situation. Foreclosures. Buying stuff we couldn't afford but saying don't worry about it, it's all good. Actually, it wasn't.
We are lucky that we got the bailout, but at the same time, I hope this does not mean that they think they will be bailed out again.-Dr.FB