... Nader, Howard Zinn, etc.), and Janeane Garofalo (formerly cute).
UPDATE: From this:
In a statement issued Thursday evening Jones said of "the petition that was circulated today, I do not agree with this statement and it certainly does not reflect my views now or ever."
He did not explain how his name came to be on the petition.
Considering that the WashTimes has confirmed with 911truth.org that...
... home to such notable alumni as Janeane Garofalo and Chris Dodd - is a private institution run by the Dominicans. The president's email isn't listed, but if you want to send a polite suggestion try bbartoli *at* providence.edu and chaberle *at* providence.edu.
Point out to them that Tancredo wants to treat illegal aliens better than Tobin. Tancredo wants them to return home and press for reforms...
... and so on.
However, ex-cutie Janeane Garofalo is trying a different tack: appear on the Keith Olbermann show and say completely outrageous things about the tea parties in a desperate bid for attention. And, it's worked, at least in the present case and in the case of HotAir which has her vile, spiteful, hateful remarks here. And, I say that as someone who's said some pretty caustic things about...
I will give $1,000,000 (ZWD) to the first person who - without clicking the link or having foreknowledge of the event in any way - can identify the non-entity celebrity who's holding up the following sign or either of the other two nobodies who are at the same table as her.
Stumped? Click here.
Exit question: did she steal the sign from someone who's actually famous? Did the people at Kinko's...
Consider this clip from the aged punk's show before answering:
Is he putting some of the profits from the show aside in order to get her the treatment she obviously needs?
If his viewers get tired of JG, perhaps he could show bum fights or make fun of the retarded instead.
With "hard, up-to-the-second facts," that is! Or, so sayeth a Guardianista named Paul Carr:
Last month, the Boston affiliate of America's Fox TV network ran a news item about a new craze sweeping cyber space...
...as Fox's breathless reporter put it, "to catalogue the details of their lives on web pages created for them, by them ... just blah-blah-blogging".
Incredible. I wonder what burgeoning...
For those of you who have never heard of a "blog" before, I'll try to offer the following explanation. This explanation will be very simplified, which I'll correct at the end.
First of all, a blog is a specific type of a website. A blog allows the blog's owner to act as a bit of a non-professional journalist or pundit.
I haven't read this book, but it looks interesting:
In Tales from the Left Coast, author and political commentator James Hirsen digs deep into the liberal underbelly of Hollywood to reveal how biased politics have corrupted the entire ent
... vocal anti-Iraq war activist Janeane Garofalo's new sitcom, ''Slice o' Life...''
[...It was cancelled] just days before the show's pilot was scheduled to be taped in Vancouver, British Columbia.
A source close to Garofalo tells this column the actress and comedian was furious by the last-minute change and believes it's yet another example ''of a network bowing to the perceived power of the...
This article checks in with various anti-war celebs to find out what they're doing since they recently disappeared from sight.
It's all pretty good, but:
But Mike Farrell, star of television's "MASH" and organizer of "Artists United to Win Without War," told Reuters that those who joined the loyal opposition in Hollywood had not been silenced and
... starring outspoken war critic Janeane Garofalo, reports MSNBC columnist Jeannette Walls.
The network is said to be flooded with messages from supporters of the war in Iraq, who are complaining about a sitcom now in development.
From this (foxnews.com/story/0,2933,83365,00.html):
O'REILLY: If you are wrong... and if the United States - and they will, this is going to happen - goes in, liberates Iraq [with] people in the street, American flags, hugging our soldiers... you gonna apologize to George W. Bush?
GARAFALO: I would be so willing to say, "I'm sorry". I hope to God that I can be made a buffoon of, that people...
This  is pretty funny, but I have other plans for her.
However, I think Dustin "Screech" Diamond, instead of the genital electrocution, should be tied up and beaten by Ron "Horshack" Pallillo.
... about a decade-old interview with Janeane Garofalo:
"Our country is founded on a sham: our forefathers were slave-owning rich white guys who wanted it their way. So when I see the American flag, I go, 'Oh my God, you're insulting me.' That you can have a gay parade on Christopher Street in New York, with naked men and women on a float cheering, 'We're here, we're queer!' -- that's what makes...
Via LGF (link right) the full text of the celeb letter of support to Saddam is here.
The cumulative number of months that these people haven't worked is probably well into the 4 figures, as they say in Hollywood. And, how did these has-beens find out about the letter? Is there a celebrity mailing list? Did they put up a poster at the unemployment office?
You might ask, who cares what some...