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Many celebrities have attempted it. One manchild has perfected it. Ladies and gentlemen…Justin Bieber has amazing Lego hair.
Justin Bieber has done what Zac Effron, Pete Wentz, and the entire Kennedy family failed to do. Justin Bieber has transformed this hideous hairstyle into a mainstream pop culture phenomenon. While the cut is annoying and awful, not since the actual Lego people has this hairstyle been pulled off so effortlessly.
The “Bieber Cap” has attracted a lot of celebrity attention recently. A few of these celebrities have even tried to sport this questionable look, including:
New England Patriots quarterback, Tom Brady.
Juno star, Ellen Page
Friends star, David Schwimmer
ABC News Anchor, Ted Koppel
I have nothing else to offer you on the subject, and I am not trying to add to the growing “Bieber Fever”. I just thought I’d bring this to your attention so that you can start searching for “Bieber Cap” sightings of your own. Once again, Justin Bieber has Lego hair. Thoughts?
Also, if you notice the “Bieber Cap” on any other celebrities…please let me know. Please know that the official term for this Lego-like hairstyle is indeed the “Bieber Cap”. You heard it here first, and yes, you can use it. If you’ve heard it elsewhere then tell me and I’ll see if I care or not.
While they clearly look nothing alike, their mannerisms and goals are very similar. Notice the point and the firmness of that finger. Bone chilling. They also appear to be constructing some form of army. Only time will tell if they decide to join forces, but for now all we can do is sit back and speculate. Go on…start speculating.
Almost 28,000,000 views and climbing, the Bed Intruder Song video on YouTube has become a pretty huge success. I’m not here to talk about the song…but rather the actual newscast. I’m not including the newscast for obvious reasons…it’s news and it’s boring.
Here’s the video…which will herein be referred to as Exhibit A:
Okay now who put these people on TV? Really??? Really????? I get that they are the victims, but couldn’t they just write a statement and let someone else edit/read it? It’s not so much that these people are idiots, but that the news station let it go on the air like that. I know when I turn on the news, I love to hear a good “run and tell that” story from time to time. All I’m saying is that news networks need to take a “best of” from all of these interviews and use that footage. This includes redneck alien sightings, trailer floodings, NASCAR riots, and the Ghetto Leprechaun. Maybe I should include that video too. I think I will.
This is Exhibit B.
Pretty sure I’ve made my point…whatever the point was. Just use discretion Evening News people. I know you need to fill up time but lets just play by the “quality not quantity” rule and stick to the good stuff.
A few years ago, you couldn’t turn on the TV without hearing “Shaken baby” this and “Infant shaken to death” that. It seemed that nothing could be done to stop the rising epidemic. In the mid-1990s, 1 out of every 500,000 babies born would meet an early death from being shaken too vigorously. The frequency skyrocketed by the mid-2000s to 1 out of every 2,500 babies. Let it also be known that during this period, no baby-on-baby shaking was reported.
What had these babies done so wrong to deserve such violence? In 2007, studies were conducted. Out of a random sampling of 100 babies, most displayed a normal temperment and typical baby-like tendencies. The study was then conducted on the parents/guardians of 100 already fallen infants. Almost 30% showed signs of misplaced aggression caused by the 9/11 attacks, while an astonishing 68% found it necessary to blame Hurricaine Katrina. The other 2% just wanted to know what it would feel like to shake a baby. They were instantly judged by others in the room.
Dr. Kahlil Ostrohausen, who conducted the studies, referred to the results saying that “Hurricane Katrina happened over two years ago. Get over it. It’s not worth shaking a baby over. And 9/11…really?”.
In early 2010, a product called the “Shake Weight” was released in stores. The “Shake Weight” is a modified dumbbell that, when shaken, creates a vibrating effect to work out muscles. Due to its suggestive nature the product went viral and flew off the shelves.
In August 2010, The NAASIWJCC (National Association Against Shaking Infants Without Just Cause Coalition) pulled the most recent dead baby shaking numbers and were shocked to find that only 1 out of every 3,000,000 babies were being shaken to death. This was great news for the organization as they had been receiving much ridicule over the past fifteen years.
Dr. Ostrohausen conducted the study once more on the guardians and found that aggression had gone down, and their arms looked more toned. Most (78% were found to be using the “Shake Weight” at home. As it turned out, all of their misplaced anger from 9/11 and Hurricane Katrina was being taken out on the “Shake Weight”. It should be noted that not all of these guardians were using the “Shake Weight”. About 20% had resorted to shaking puppies, kittens and “little people”. The same 2% from before still shook babies for enjoyment. They were judged a fair amount once more.
The creators of the “Shake Weight” received an award from the NAASIWJCC in August 2010 for all of the good their product has caused. Their new ad campaign “Shake Weight, not Babies” is becoming a National success. For more information go to www.NAASIWJCC.com & www.ShakeWeightForMen.com. Women and very small “Men” can go to www.ShakeWeight.com.