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Entertainment Weekly Buys Into Jennifer Love Hewitt Breast Reduction

Exhibit A, on the left, is from the back page of the Hollywood Reporter magazine; Exhibit B, on the right, was lifted from similar Entertainment Weekly positioning. Notice the two big differences:

Presumably, the PR folks at Lifetime TV/A&E Networks made both ad materials available, so that individual publications could select the Jennifer Love Hewitt come-on in keeping with audited reader predilections. Not so presumably – because these ads are emblazoned on the outside of the respective current issues, perhaps EW felt that a more ample display would not play well in parts of the U.S.

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Topless Protest Averted, But Many Challenges Remain

Today’s Studio City Patch article “A Little School in Crisis, Part 1” clocks in at an astonishing 2,289 words. That’s four times the normal Patch.com website item length.

The first of a four-part series by site editor Mike Szymanski, the article details the uncertain times faced by Valley View Elementary in light of county-wide LAUSD cuts. When word came down last June that 82-year-old principal Harold Klein (pictured) had been given his walking papers, student parents went into overdrive.

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Emmy Coverage: The Best Of The Blogs

Joan Rivers, of all people, feigns boredom: Joan Rivers hunkers down with a VH1 camera crew and some blogging software in what we imagine is the first of an ongoing effort to eliminate her presence from the Red Carpet (and possibly the planet) forever.

In a video explanation on EmmysWithJoan.com, she pretends to be happy with the arrangement:

I don’t have to lie anymore and tell people like Diane Keaton, “Oh don’t you look great?” When in reality, she looked like Charlie Chaplin, only in drag and with a much bigger mustache.

Her inane babble is no different in print than on the Red Carpet, except for one key difference — online, Joan acts bored.

For those of you who are as bored as I am with this shit, Gunfight at the OK Corral is on Turner Classic Movies. And it’s Gem Week on QVC! Not everybody likes Kanye West, but everybody likes lapis! And 31-7 Patriots.

Seriously? The only reason Gemstar plugs you into your generator at night is because some housewife in Omaha howls every time you open your trap at one of these awards shows. Suck it up, blogger.

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