Filed By Bil Browning | April 24, 2007 6:47 AM | comments
Filed in: Entertainment
Tags: Alberto Gonzales, political cartoon, resignation, Sanjaya Malakar
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I like the idea of Sanjaya sitting in his own home wearing a t-shirt with his name on it. You know, just in case he forgets who he is.
Well, Alex, I disagree ... if Sanjaya wears a T-shirt with his name on it, it is obviously so that we don't forget who he is!
If Monica Lewinski didn't say it, I'm sure she thought it (maybe after seeing a Martin Lawrence concert): "I'm gonna milk this motherf**kin' fifteen minutes of fame until the wheels fall off!"
This is the first year I have watched Idol. I was annoyed that some of the people who were obviously more talented got kicked off before Sanjaya (read Gina).
However, when watching his "story" replayed it amazed me how he had changed from such a shy person to an "in your face" "I don't care what you think" kind of guy.
I could learn alot from Sanjaya. I think I'll miss him.
Maybe he's in someone else's house. How's that fit into your theory, Alex? *grins*
Oh, how I wish I could pretend to be so supercilliously elitist as not to even know who Sanjaya is -- but this board's readers know I watch Olbermann, so that won't fly.