Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Morning Brew for 12/8

Snow. FML.

-I broke down some of my favorite parts from MTV's Jersey Shore in yesterday's entry, if you are a true fan of the show (which we all know you are), than you MUST listen to ESPN's BS Report with Bill Simmons. The Sports Guy, and his guest, Dave Jacoby, go in depth on all the "characters" as well as different aspects of the Jersey Shore in general. Truly an amazing 56 minutes of podcast history.

-In a story that no longer surprises anyone, Tiger Woods' mother-in-law was taken by ambulance from Woods' Isleworth home early Tuesday morning. Barbro Holmberg is being listed in stable condition after being transported to Health Central Hospital for stomach pains. Although this seems to just be a coincidence considering what has transpired in Tiger's life the past 2 weeks, I'm sure this will draw more attention than needed over the next 12 hours.

-In other ground breaking reality television news, it seems that beginning on March 15th, 2010, VH1 will air "Basketball Wives" a show featuring wives and girlfriends of NBA players that showcases their lavish lifestyles, all while hoping their spouses are faithful. Shaunie O'Neal, the now ex-wife of Shaquille O'Neal, is listed as an executive producer as well as one of the stars of the show. I wonder how early is too early to set my DVR?

-The results are in for the top selling music, and musicians of the decade. Eminem is at the top of the list for best selling artist of the decade, while The Beatles album "1", is the top selling album narrowly edging out 'N Sync's No Strings Attached. Pretty interesting list that will take you back through the decade of music. Definitely worth checking out.

-Speaking of end of the decade lists, Daniel Powter's, Bad Day has been named the the one hit wonder of the decade. The song gained a huge following as it was featured as the "good-bye" song on American Idol a few years back. There are definitely some classics on this list that will take you back.

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