Rebecca ‘Friday’ Black trends again with ‘Saturday’

Why yes, yes she did.

Why was YouTube sensation Rebecca Black trending on Saturday? Because of “Saturday,” a follow up to her infamous “Friday.” Would you believe Black issued four singles between “Friday” and “Saturday”? Those were an effort to distance herself from her first effort, but the video for “Saturday” includes plenty of callbacks to the earlier song, which taught us all that Sunday is what comes after Saturday.

“Saturday” is certainly a more polished affair, with some judicious Auto-Tune and a little bit of twerking thrown in to keep things contemporary.


http://twitter.com/#!/MrWala/status/409431971547209728

It’s not that bad, is it?

http://twitter.com/#!/MalCal_/status/409405836822192128

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2013/12/07/rebecca-friday-black-trends-again-with-saturday/

Where Should You Go To Escape From London This Weekend?

Get out of town.

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Obama says ACA opponents are ‘mad about the idea of folks having health insurance’

And we’d expect nothing less from the demonizer in chief.

During his presser this afternoon, President Obama took a short break from patting himself on the back to paint his critics as mean ol’ meanies:

Does John Legend know Obama is stealing his material?

Well, in any event, President Stompy Foot isn’t acting very presidential.

He’s so mature!

The Great Uniter, remember?

Bingo. Which tells you all you need to know about the merits of Obamacare.


http://twitter.com/#!/JulieMehegan/status/451096194400649216

Perfectly put.

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Read more: http://twitchy.com/2014/04/01/does-aca-cover-a-wah-mbulance-obama-says-opponents-are-mad-about-the-idea-of-folks-having-health-insurance/