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Saturday Fluffernutter: Keira’s PSA; Corner Gas Day; is Sanata stoned or something?; Madonna Gets Told

April 4th, 2009

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

fluffincolorKeira Knightly appeared this week in a dramatic Public Service Announcement about domestic violence. marshmallow_fluff03In the piece Knightly is playing a movie scene that turns bad, and her supporting actor beats her up.

“I didn’t agree to this”

fluffincolorCTV’s highly rated sitcom Corner Gas will air it’s last episode on April 13th. Corner Gas takes place in the fictional town of Dog River Saskatchewan, it determines to prove there’s more going on than meets the eye in Saskatchewan, or as the theme songs says:

if you think there’s not a lot going on,
look closer baby, your so wrong.

Proving the rather new adage, don’t believe everything you hear in a theme song, the province of Saskatchewan is declaring April 13th Corner Gas day. Because if you think there’s anything else going on, look closer…

fluffincolorAfter 15 years on TV, ER signed off this Thursday. Not coincidentally, I watched ten minutes of ER for the first time in 13 years Thursday, and discovered that insomnia is not forever.

fluffincolorI’ve never been a Santana fan. To my ear Carlos Santana has got good guitar chops but I don’t like his style. Apparently the same rule applies to his thoughts as well. He’s on the mark that President Obama should legalize marijuana – prohibition has proven disastrous and foolish. But then he goes off a rant about education and “D movies” and simply proves that too much marijuana turns you into a babbling idiot.

fluffincolorMadonna was turned away from Malawi without a child this week, as the Malwawigian (Malawist?) Supreme Court ruled she could not adopt another orphan from that country.  I might have ignored this story as it rather bores me, except about a week and a half ago, officials from Malawi’s Ministry of Women and Child Welfare Development had the following to say, and it’s too good not to reprint:

Our official policy is that we do not encourage our children to be sent into broken homes. The news she is linked to another woman’s husband and a young man less than half her age makes us question her morals.

And how do you say “she’s skanky ho” in bureaucratise?

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