Lindsey Lohan Hasn't Had a Drink in a Week! :p
It's Tuesay, so I guess it's time for Lindsey Lohan's publicist to get his weekly Look-At-Lindsey press release out. Today's fare asks us to not believe what Lindsey herself used to proudly spout about herself:
The quote she gives that's supposed to be the proof she doesn't drink: "I'm not even legal to, so why would I? I don't drink when I go to clubs. I drink with my friends at home, but there's no need to. I feel better not drinking. It's more fun. I have Red Bull." Yeah, riiiiiiight. Aside from the very publicly documented facts and photos that prove she's been drinking in clubs for a few years, and her own previous admissions to it, her sentence doesn't even make sense. "I drink with my friends at home, but there's no need to." Um, huh? :confused So on one hand she says she hasn't had a drink in a week, then turns around and says she drinks with friends at home even tho there's no need to.
Lucky for these Hollywood ick-girls that an IQ test doesn't have to be passed for membership. :whistle
Peter Boyle (Everybody Loves Raymond), dead at 71
Actor Peter Boyle Passes
NEW YORK (CBS) -- CBS News is reporting the death of Peter Boyle, the prolific film, stage and TV actor. A publicist confirms Boyle died at Presbyterian Hospital in New York after a long battle with multiple myeloma and heart disease.
He may best be known for his work on the TV sitcom "Everybody Loves Raymond" and for his work in the movies "Taxi Driver" and "Young Frankenstein." He received critical acclaim playing a foul-mouthed bigot in the 1970 movie "Joe."
The Emmy Award-winning actor was born in Philadelphia and once taught drama in Pittsburgh. He was an alumnus of the Second City troupe in Chicago. Peter Boyle was 71. He is survived by his wife Loraine and daughters Lucy and Amy. Funeral arrangements will be announced shortly