Monthly Archives: March 2008

Boy Meets Girl

The Weddings section of the New York Times is always something of a glimpse into La-La Land, but last week’s edition took a turn into the surreal. Rebecca Wallison Hufferdine attacks married life as if she were in a scrum. … Continue reading

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The Hottie & the Nottie — the Proverbial Worst Movie Ever?

No. Not by a long shot, at least according to Joe Queenan, who knows about such things. Which isn’t to say that the new Paris Hilton vanity project, which earned a whopping $28,000 during its domestic release, is not a … Continue reading

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Tracy Tracy Tracy

Ah, Tracy Ullman. You should know that the Kamper has a special weakness for the funny ladies (don’t get me started on Catherine Ohara), and Tracy Ullman is one funny lady. She’s got a new show “State of the Union” … Continue reading

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Cooking with Christopher Walken

From Australian TV’s “The Wedge.”

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The Inspirational Wisdom of Ashley Alexandra Dupré

Like all the rest of you (10,041,625 of you, to be exact), the Kamper will admit to checking out the MySpace page of the young lassie whose services were deemed by former New York governor Eliot Spitzer to be worth … Continue reading

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When Conservatives Make Funny

In theory, there’s no reason conservatives can’t be funny. After all, there are many left/liberal shibboleths in dire need of skewering, such as, “Birkenstock sandals sure look nice with black socks,” or “Walter Mondale would make a good president.” So … Continue reading

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Beyond Satire, Part III

How is the humble humorist supposed to satirize this administration when they keep doing things like this: Vice President Dick Cheney went fishing in the waters between Oman and Iran on Wednesday, borrowing the Sultan of Oman’s 60-foot royal yacht … Continue reading

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