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The Trump Presidency: A New Reality Show

To my many American friends,

As we approach the inauguration day, I know that an increasing number of you are feeling less than ecstatic by your presidential candidate. 495 more words

Ruminations

I Want it That Way, Raquel: The Bachelor Recap

When we last left off, everyone was in crisis over the departure of Liz the promiscuous doula.  Nick decides to “be real” with everyone or whatever, so he pulls everyone aside individually and has twelve different variations of the same conversation.   927 more words

Real Housewives of Atlanta S9 Ep 10 Uncharitable Behavior

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Before I start, I’m curious how many of you believe the relationship between Matt and Kenya?  I’ll touch on that later.

The episode began with Phaedra and her super intelligent son Aiden, preparing for her fundraiser in Atlanta, where she hopes to raise ten thousand dollars  for the children in Flint Michigan to attend summer camp. 1,042 more words

Entertainment

Franco's Left Thigh: The Bachelor Recap, Week 2

Welcome back, sports fans! Take my hand and join me for another week of celebrating the depraved depths of the reality TV cesspool.

Act 1: Group Date… 617 more words

Nicolet Bank Spotlight: Ashwaubenon's Zirbel

ASHWAUBENON – Morgan Zirbel is always calm, cool and collected on the ice.

The Bay Area Ice Bears captain is a key reason the co-op girls hockey team has been on a hot streak. 1,196 more words

News

Arnold Schwarzenegger's 'Apprentice' Debut Fell Short of Trump-Era Ratings

NBC’s Celebrity Apprentice returned to television on Monday night with a new host and a new catchphrase. But Arnold Schwarzenegger’s hosting debut wasn’t enough to give the network a ratings win for the show’s premiere. 433 more words

Tech

Fins to the Left, Fins to the Right: The Bachelor Recap, Week 1

So, our Bachelor is Nick. He is basically a Bachelor/Bachelorette/Bachelor in Paradise lifer. He’s wretched. I’m supremely disappointed we’re stuck with him AGAIN. I am only excited at the possibility we will finally marry off this national embarrassment. 526 more words