Archive for March 31st, 2011

March 31, 2011

Rubin Singer Fall 2011

“My customer demands both seriousness and whimsy; characteristics that are not bound by age, size or geography but more by an innate sense of self. My goal is to empower women.”

He’s fast becoming a favorite of celebrity stylists, editors and socialites alike.

His work features angular cuts, strong proportions and bold, original prints. His collections are produced with couture precision.

Singer’s designs are worn by, among others, Beyoncé, Lucy Liu, Heidi Klum, Alicia Keys, Queen Latifah, Shakira, Kelly Rowland, Lea Michele, Iman and Glenn Close.

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March 31, 2011

The Charlie Sheen School of Babysitting (for Venture Capitalists and Log Cabin Republicans)

Before you dismiss Charlie Sheen’s idea of living with porn stars who take turns babysitting  the children as entirely tasteless, ponder this.

They see a doctor every month and get lab work that someone else pays for. Sort of like working at Walmart. What’s more wholesome and all American than working for Walmart?

You think Sam Walton and family became the richest in the world because they paid for health benefits and respected women? Winning!

Additionally, if you have infants, the girls don’t mind having strangers spill stuff all over them and they’re really good at cleaning up.

In other news, the first Republican to file for a 2012 presidential run is a gay activist. He says he’s Republican because he favors small government.

An ex-boyfriend says he’s a Republican because he can’t stay out of other people’s bedrooms.