This week a felon gets discovered, it’s 2002 on our TVs, World Cup gets braggy, it turns out LeBron is a human, the Redskins logo is up for every racist to grab, nuns versus strippers and Starbucks wants to buy you an extra shot of college. If you were too busy giving the mug shot camera your best blue steel to keep up with the news, here’s this week’s Short Attention Spin with Laura Mannino!

This week Eric Cantor gets dethroned, Congress speaks volumes by doing nothing about gun violence, Miss Indiana is the new normal, it’s been twenty years we’ve cared about a Kardashian, there will be a lot of mullets roaming the streets thanks to GM, and the World Cup is the world’s Game of Thrones.  If you were too busy not having sex with Lindsay Lohan to keep up with the news, here’s this week’s Short Attention Spin with Laura Mannino!

Justin Bieber, Open Carry, California Chrome, Real Life Homeland in “Short Attention Spin” #6

If you were too busy to keep up with the rest of the news, here’s this week’s Short Attention Spin with Laura Mannino! This week, we talk about Justin Bieber’s racial slur, Jonah Hill’s apology, California Chrome’s 4th place finish, an escape from a prison in Canada, and the new cast of Homeland.

Look it’s not like Aaron Hernandez kissed a man on TV. Calm down, people.

Clay Aiken’s primary opponent was found dead from a fall while awaiting election results. Turns out Ruben only won American Idol because he was too big to push.

Maybe Solange was just sick and tired of Jay-Z always getting to push the button.

This week the NFL gets dressed up to get dressed down, television is off the air, Putin celebrates beating the Nazis Nazi-style, the only thing the VA updates is that People magazine in the waiting room, and justice turns its blind eye to Wall Street. If you were too busy explaining who Monica Lewinsky and Monica Geller are to your babysitter to keep up with the rest of the news, here’s this week’s Short Attention Spin with Laura Mannino!

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Tuesday marked 10 years that the Friends finale is still  unwatched on my DVR.

This week we learned the best way to give our military quality health care is to keep them in war and out of a VA waiting room.

Occupy Wall Street protestor, Cecily McMillan was found guilty of felony assault and could face up to seven years in prison for elbowing a police officer in the eye after he violently grabbed her.  If only we can get  Wall Street to hit a cop in the eye so those assholes can finally be convicted of something.

People born after 1995 are confused why everyone cares so much that Johnny Weir’s Olympics bestie wrote an essay in Vanity Fair.

Putin visited Crimea to celebrate Victory Day, the anniversary of Russia’s defeat of Nazi Germany by doing totally not at all Nazi-like stuff like invading other countries, allowing a culture of anti-semitism,  criminalizing homosexuality and  having really creepy parades. Nope, no Nazis here.

The NFL Draft took place this week. It’s the only event in which fashionable men get really excited for the opportunity to wear shitty clothes.

 


Television was canceled on Friday. There’s now only cat videos or talking to each other.  

On the set of Top Divorced Chef for WMMOriginals! #wemakemovies #youtubespacela  (at YouTube Space LA)

On the set of Top Divorced Chef for WMMOriginals! #wemakemovies #youtubespacela (at YouTube Space LA)