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Saturday Fluffernutter: Springsteen can’t even get his regrets right; Sex in my Favourite City; Not Very Christian – Smart as a Bale of Hay.

February 7th, 2009

Saturday Fluffernutter – all the fluffy news about those nutty celebrities.

fluffincolorBruce Springsteen just released the worst CD of his career, Working on a Dream.  Along with The Seeger Sessions, Live in Dublin and, to a lesser extent his last CD Magic, Springsteen has been systematically ripping off his fans for a few years now. Regrets? Yes, he should have a few. But what does he regret. Selling a greatest hits CD at Walmart.

This is the problem with the socialist mentality that Springsteen has fallen under. Putting out crap is OK, as long as it’s not sold in Walmart.

fluffincolorOK, I’ve been hard on Springsteen the past few weeks, time to say something good. Man did he steal the show at the Superbowl! A prime example of just how good he can be. And did anyone notice, Springsteen didn’t lip-sync anything.

fluffincolorYou’ve heard it haven’t you? Christian Bale going nuts on the set of the new Terminator movie on some poor schlep doing the lights. Crass, graceless and classless – the epitome of the modern day celebrity. Anyway, here it is if you’ve missed it (warning – gratuitous use of vulgar language): Christian Bale MP3.

fluffincolorConfession time: I like Sex and the City.  Not necessarily for the characters, or their relationship. Don’t much care for the loser men these girls have a tendency to latch on to either.  But the truth is, it’s well written, much better than most things on TV or in the theatres these days. But mostly I like it because of the fifth star of the show: New York City. My favourite place in the world, I watch SITC and spend the episode missing New York, plotting ways to get back there.

Word this week that shooting will happen this summer for a summer 2010 release of a new Sex in the City movie. Now I won’t be lining up in a pair of Milano’s to watch it, but I will check it out to see how they’ve dressed up my favourite city.

fluffincolorReview in Brief – Marley and Me: If they were doing the story of my life I would really, really love to have super-sexy Jennifer Aniston play my wife (although Courteney Cox is a closer approximation), and would hate to have super-doofus Owen Wilson play me.  (I’m thinking Ron wouldn’t mind being played by Eric Dane though).


  1. Nicola Timmerman
    February 7th, 2009 at 15:40 | #1

    Never got why Jennifer was considered sexy, except for the hair which she was always touching (very annoying). I also wonder whether the crash diet she obviously went on to do the cover shot was good for her.

    I agree about New York. The only reason I rented the movie the Women with Meg Ryan. Funniest part was when Candice Bergen who has obviously had serious plastic surgery on her face at least (she plays Meg’s Mom) is seen recovering from plastic surgery later in the film, after we had earlier seen her with nary a wrinkle. Anyway the earlier film version of the play The Women is vastly superior!

  2. Ron
    February 8th, 2009 at 23:11 | #2

    Well, after all, the resemblance is quite startling.

  3. February 8th, 2009 at 23:18 | #3

    I think your shorter than him.

  4. Ron
    February 9th, 2009 at 18:59 | #4

    What? Oh, ERIC Dane, I thought it said GREAT Dane.

  5. February 9th, 2009 at 20:33 | #5

    That’s McSteamy to you Ron.

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