Boston Bombing Conspiracy Theories, Gay NFL Players, Gwyneth Paltrow & Isla Fisher
4/25/2013 3:00:00 PM
There are (surprisingly? not surprisingly?) many Boston bombing conspiracy theories…here's a crazy website that details a few if you feel like some wacky reading. Click HERE.
The Boston bombing suspects' mother has possibly been looking at sites like that one....she doubts the attack even happened.
Remember Professor James Tracy (from Florida Atlantic University)?
He's the dude who said Sandy Hook was staged. Now he's saying something similar about the Boston Marathon attack.
On to lighter topics....the NFL DRAFT is tonight, and I'm hoping my Miami Dolphins grab some good players.
Speaking of football, if the rumors are true, the first openly gay player in the NFL may soon officially come out. He'll have a lot of advantages, as you'll discover with the Top Best Things About Being a Gay NFL Player.
You'll never get distracted by the cheerleaders.
You'll fit right in with everyone else on the St. Louis Rams. Oh yes, I went there.
The only thing you'll ever double murder is the DANCE FLOOR!
If you can sprint to a Pottery Barn sale in heels without tripping, you can certainly do the same on a football field in cleats.
If you win, you get a PARADE!
Being in the middle of a pile of big, sweaty men? Yes please!
Nothing gets a locker room pumped for a big game like replacing the Lil Wayne CD with Kylie Minogue.
Whenever anyone needs help choreographing a touchdown dance, you are SO there!
Sweat, tight pants, ripped muscles. Come to think of it, what about the NFL ISN'T gay?
Some weeks the Bears take on the Packers. And some other weeks the Chicago team takes on the Green Bay team.
Something a gay NFL player probably wouldn't care about is who 'People' Magazine names the Most Beautiful Woman in the World.
While the "Star" recently named GWYNETH PALTROW the Most Hated Celebrity in Hollywood, "People" magazine obviously has a different take, because they just crowned her Most Beautiful Woman in the World.
Gwyneth says, quote, "When I first heard that I was gonna be on the cover . . . I honestly thought someone was playing a joke on me. "And I had to reread the email three times. I was like, 'This can't be true. I've developed dyslexia. I'm not reading right.'"
Gwyneth is 40 years old. Check out her cover photo on today's blog...along with other choice pics. The issue hits newsstands tomorrow.
I'm not a Paltrow fan....frankly, the universe would make more sense to me if someone like Isla Fisher would have been given this honor from 'People' Mag.