So You Think You Can Dance Wardrobe Malfunction

The Hit Reality TV Show, So You Think You Can Dance had a ratings boost by way of contestant 22036 who forgot to put her panties on before she flashed her crotch to the Judges in appreciation for being moved forward in the competition. Hey, at least if she doesn't win, she can take up the pole.


All this because of an Erin Andrews Peephole Video everyone wants to watch. See Details here ERIN ANDREWS PEEPHOLE VIDEO (not it is not the AARON ANDREWS PEEPHOLE VIDEO. Some people just can't spell

Tuesday, September 15, 2009


For fuck sakes, you would think those reading articles on the Internet had a problem with reading and were perhaps schooled by a rabid red assed Monkey with a bad case of diarrhea.

Normally I would just put this off as someone trying to start a stupid rumour. I guess there could be a little clever playing around with Google's Search trends as there was a death in the Jimmy Carter


camp, however, it was not Jimmy Carter who died. The death was of long time Aide to Jimmy Carter, Jody Powell who died at the age of 65.

To dispel any rumours of the death of Jimmy Carter as well as answer the "DID JIMMY CARTER REALLY DIE" questions, here you go. Jimmy Carter is very much alive and grieving the loss of his long trusted Aide.

Jody Powell - Assistant to JIMMY CARTER DEAD

WASHINGTON — Jody Powell, the longest-serving and probably closest aide to former President Jimmy Carter, died on Monday at his home near Cambridge on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, said Jack Nelson, the journalist and his friend. He was 65.

Mr. Powell collapsed outside his home, and efforts to revive him at a hospital were unsuccessful, Mr. Nelson said. He added that Mr. Powell’s wife, Nan, said that her husband had suffered a heart attack.

Mr. Powell acquired the nickname Jody after the young hero in Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings’s classic “The Yearling,” writes David Stout the obituary. Joseph Lester Powell Jr. was born on Sept. 30, 1943, in Vienna, Ga. Like Mr. Carter, he had a farm background — in Mr. Powell’s case a 500-acre spread where his father raised cotton and peanuts.

In recent years, he had been chairman of Powell Tate, a Washington-based public relations firm.

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