Why can’t I get in on this scam? There’s a company called PayPerPost. Another called ReviewMe, Loud Launch, and SponsoredReviews.com. They pay bloggers to hype their products or give reviews in exchange for cash. As the guy who staged a seminar and renamed his daughter Dow Chemical Levine for product placement money I think this is a fabulous idea! Especially during the Christmas season. Sure it’s misleading and destroys all credibility but we’re talking XMAS CASH. (I heard someone refer to a twenty dollar bill recently as a "Yuppie Foodstamp".) Plus, I'm on strike. First however, I have to go back and retract some things I’ve said earlier in this blog. Anything I’ve ripped in the past – I didn’t mean it.
I actually loved the Oscarcast and think that movies are better than ever. Especially the ones that plan on launching expensive Oscar campaigns. FANTASTIC 4 -- now there's a great movie!
I’m sorry if you got the impression I hate Carnival cruise lines. Being on a ship with 10,000 other people (8,000 over capacity) just means you make more new friends who like to eat greasy bbq food at midnight.
I’d rather be canceled off a JetBlue flight than any other airline in the world.
If you’re looking for the ideal family outing, look no further than an NBA game. The players are all model citizens, and the crowd? Why it’s just like being at a church social with your neighbors.
A sitcom star waiting to happen is Traci Lords.
Getting Hepatitis A is a small price to pay to have the fabulous Wolfgang Puck cater your next event.
Celine Dion just closed in Las Vegas. Sorry you missed her. Nothing says love like the theme to the Titanic with circus performers flying around.
If I were Oprah, my book pick this month would be “Murder in Vegas” by Steve Allen.
And finally…Watch THE SOPRANOS on A&E. It shows the Mafia the way it really is – no profanity or nudity.
Hopefully, PayPerPost you will see that I am a whore and can be bought. Let’s do business! The only thing is, I would have to change the name of my blog to BUY KEN LEVINE. But hey, for $12, why not?