Meanwhile, Nick plays for an all-gay basketball team, but hurts his teammates with his insensitivity.
His affection for me is noted by his placement of my lengthy Italian name in the first paragraph of his book.
Pretty Darn Funny just released its first episode of season 2, and it's about a situation we're all pretty familiar with: how to come up with date ideas to create a great date night for you and your spouse while dealing with busy schedules and tight finances.
And make sure to stay tuned for more funny videos from Pretty Darn Funny, released each Monday!
In February 2009, Sarah joined the team at Current, a cross-platform media company (read: TV and web) as a Host, Online Producer, and Editor of the Current Tech channel, producing original video and written content, and staying on top of everything new, interesting, and just plain fun for her beloved tech community.
During her time at Current, Sarah also taught herself to use Final Cut Pro to edit her own videos, which not only allowed her to fully realize her all-in-one-production-machine potential, but also helped her realize that editors are basically magicians who deserve a lot more credit than they get from clueless producers (she should know, having been clueless for many years).
intriguing theory: perhaps savage is angling to get in the sports illustrated swimsuit issue too.bikini-clad teresa giudice enjoys a paradise break in puerto rico without husband joe who is still serving time for fraud.
Most of the best jokes are at the expense of unhip white folks or vacuous, rich ho-bags, driven by reverse racial stereotyping, but the comedy saves a few digs for black dudes and their treatment of pale-skinned trophies.
Season 3, Episode 14February 9, 2006The success of Diva Style brings big bonus checks to the ladies, but also brings big problems for Shelly when she goes on a wild shopping spree.
Sarah would like to say that during these interviews she had the incredible foresight to see through all of their fatally flawed business models, but that would be a bit of an embellishment. In 2004, Sarah migrated south to Los Angeles to work for G4 and was the first female co-host of the network’s daily live variety hour “Attack of the Show!
As the Senior Segment Producer for a computer-centric show called “The Screen Savers” at Tech TV in San Francisco, Sarah’s daily subject matter got her hooked on all things geeky. ” She lived in Santa Monica and ate a lot of Mexican food and occasionally wore hair extensions and false eyelashes on the set. In 2006, Sarah took a year off from her career to travel through Greece, Turkey, Russia, China, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Indonesia, India, Brazil, and Argentina.