Archive for November, 2011

November 30, 2011

Vermin Gain on Hermain Cain

by MullOverThis

Seems like Mr. Cain should have read my manual for politicians with game who think they won’t get busted.

Don’t run for office if you know you just ended a 13-year affair with a woman who had nothing to lose.  Homegirl is on television, admitting she is so low to the ground that she can kiss ants in the mouth. Is Herman Cain an ant? Only da could-be mistress, God and Herman Cain know. If he is an ant, a crawler who lives low to the ground and you can’t get much lower than that, Mrs. Cain ought to know. Thirteen years is a long time to not have a clue.

Who brags about being a woman good enough to stay in the closet for a man for 13 years?  Who?  Clearly, MullOverThis needs to supply every aspiring and veteran politician with this manual.

As the vermin gain on Mr. Cain, it will be interesting to see if he drops out, or not.  Although things smell a bit fishy, dirty campaign tactics-to dig up and supply the public with all sorts of unethical pants down with the oopsy in places where it’s not supposed be allegations-ought to backfire.

MullOverThis

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November 2, 2011

Media Scrutiny: ‘X Factor’ Stacey Francis

by MullOverThis

Give me a break.  No, give Stacey a break.  Ridiculoidity, once again.

Laura Prudom joins the rank of flimsy journalism in her article questioning the authenticity of ‘X Factor’ star, Stacey Francis’ claim that she has been unemployed for the past 12 years.  This here foolishness is idiocy served with whipped cream on top.

Paris Hilton’s career depends upon gossip.  He is supposed to stir up controversy, be messy, and get plugs for his contribution to the world, while doing so.  Other serious folks should at least chime in on issues with a degree of sobriety and authenticity.

Here’s my comment to Prudom’s article:

“Okay. This is the most insidious media coverage I’ve seen in a while. Perez
and others ought to be put on the sullied bench for this one. Does anyone think
that sporadic appointments equals a career, or a job? Struggling artists get
gigs every now and again, [and] put them on resumes so they can get more gigs. If
Stacey went from Broadway show to Broadway show, or toured with a group/artist
for six months, then we’re talking liar. Otherwise, we’re talking, generally,
unemployed.”

Touring with Madonna is completely different than performing as a background singer while she’s doing a few gigs.  Touring typically requires a contract and is a real job.  Calling upon top-notched background singers to back an artist up is a gig. Industry folk know gigs are too few and far between on a regular, consistent basis.  A landscaper who performed 5 seasonal clean-up jobs in one year ought not to tell people he is gainfully employed, when he is not.

My suggestion:  Leave Stacey alone, and get a life.

MullOverThis

November 2, 2011

The Kim Kardashian Marriage Fiasco: What Most People are Missing

by MullOverThis

First, MullOverThis believes that when people marry, they should stay married, except there be some just cause for divorce or separation that justifies dishonoring the marriage covenant.  But everybody does not believe this.  Some people marry left and right, as often as a clean person changes undergarments.

What most people are missing is this:  Kim Kardashian is NO DIFFERENT than many of today’s women who get married.  While just about everyone is citing the number of days she managed to stay married, we need to look at the number of days most people who get annulments, stay married.  We can also examine the number of marriages that fail in less than 2-3 years from couples who cannot AFFORD to hire the best divorce attorneys and call in a moving team to take me to the east coast home, the mid-western retreat or the west coast home on the bay.  Kim is in the same position of women who say, “I do,” knowing that they “don’t” long before they arrive at the altar.

One of my friends had last-minute jitters right before her wedding.  She isn’t the number one celebrity featured on magazine covers in 2010, the queen of  reality television, and an appearance or photo shoot personality who commands millions of dollars each year.  This friend makes good mullah;   I invested almost $4,000 to participate in her wedding festivities, having split most of the bridal party costs with 5 other women.  The friend  spent ONLY $7,000.00 on her dress.  Her wedding festivities only cost around $85,000.00, and we won’t even address the comparable size and cost of her platinum wedding ring, all  kept to a reasonable amount because she and the hubby bought a nice home.  They wanted to be “prudent”.  Look at one hand and add a couple of fingers.  This same amount of years later, although they are committed to working things out,  they often have near-Kramer vs. Kramer moments.

When I told the friend not to marry her husband because she really didn’t love him the way a wife needs to love a man for the rest of their lives, she told me it was okay.  Of course, she thought of all the work that had gone into the wedding, the public embarrassment, and all the things that really don’t matter when you find out you are living with someone that you may love, but are probably incompatible.  Too may women succumb to the pressure of age, the desire for babies, and to be socially acceptable in kidding themselves as they hyphenate their last names and sign on the dotted line.

I have another friend whose wedding day festivities were approximately $1.4 million dollars.  Her wedding ring cost over $100,00.00.  She is divorced today.  Wealthy people are not excluded from the same mistakes everyday people make.  They just tend to make them on a much larger scale and when they are famous, the entire world knows about it.

Yeah, Kim Kardashian is a brat and because of producers and cameras we can gaugue  all of her personal flaws.  The fixation the public has with her has made just about every private moment of her life profitable, to the point where this one is worth more tweets and headlines than addressing our nation’s economy.

MullOverThis

P.S. A man, namely, Mr. Humphries, rushed to the altar, too.  That’s another post.