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They were all shouting my name and calling me SL Jerry Springer.I don't like drama and avoid it, so I won't be doing any shows surrounding Jerry-themed scripts, but it was funny and crazy to see all the rowdiness." Funnily enough, she doesn't even remember where the idea for a dating game came from: "I was working on a list of ideas I wanted to do for my show and that was one of them.As for her new - or at least, newfound- Internet sensation, Granholm is taking it in stride.The buzz began yesterday afternoon and continues this morning, so what the heck - let's post it.Her wild arm gestures and often thunderous volume immediately drew over 500,000 people to You Tube to watch replays of the speech, which has been compared to the scream that foiled Howard Dean's White house dreams in 2004."I was high on democracy," Granholm told reporters following her remarks.
“This may not be the ‘West Coast dedication’ album people assumed it would be based off the title but a close listen to his stories proves Murs is pretty much as California as it gets.”Stream Murs’ new album here if you have not already and watch the “Lemon Juice” video below.A Philadelphia native, Barris grew up in Bala Cynwyd and graduated from Lower Merion High School and Drexel University. Barris is certainly responsible for an outrageous form of television that led the TV man to dub himself “The King of Daytime Television.” Critics, however, were less kind, referring to Barris in his heyday as “The King of Schlock” and “The Baron of Bad Taste.” So, with that legacy in mind, we have rounded up some of the weirdest, most outrageous TV moments made possible by Barris.He would go on to get his start in entertainment at NBC in New York before moving back to Philadelphia to tail Dick Clark at Whether he killed people in the name of the U. Because, despite what the man himself said in a 2003 interview with the A. Club, TV likely wouldn’t have been the same without him.Star SL You Tuber Cassie Middles created a Second Life dating game which she hosts and records live in front of a studio audience (both in SL and on You Tube Live), which is a great idea all around.Especially because, as you'd expect with Second Life's unreliable server architecture and social penchant for drama, the whole thing rapidly goes sideways -- ably encouraged by the male contestant, "Rugged", who is apparently drunk but definitely douchey, and who ends the show floating around as a disembodied head.
It started when the Detroit Free Press posted a part of former Michigan Gov.