Judge Judy Sheindlin appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Thursday evening to celebrate the 20th anniversary of her show, and man, was she a vision in creamsicle orange.
Humanity has spent centuries seeking a Fountain of Youth, and of course the most straightforward method is simply to ask the very long-lived how they did it. This lady says: BOOZE!
"One does their work for the people, and the more people you can touch, the more wonderful it is. You don't make work and say, 'I only want the cool people to read it.' I mean, fuck you! You want everyone to read it [...] Maybe you want to or maybe you want to write scripts for detective shows... it doesn't really…
While some cats are busy LOLing, Henri is morosely lounging around his flat, delivering biting insight into the feline condition. "I am free to go. Yet I remain."
Want a rich man to keep you in Louboutins, diamonds, and fistfuls of cold hard cash? Look no further than the hotel bar, apparently a "hot spot" par excellence for lucky ladies "to get a Sugar date."
My friends, I know what it is like to be a Muslim woman. The day I walked around in a burka — my goodness, how oppressive it was, how suffocating, how transforming — I learned. I have been verbally abused by an Arab man. At least I think it was abuse. They really should learn our language, shouldn't they?
One commencement speaker really can't provide all the wisdom today's graduates need in this crazy world. That's why our textual analysts have combined favorite lines from the 2010 speeches of sixteen luminaries into the mother of all graduation speeches!