Sybarite: Desperate washed up fame whore say what?
Priapetic: Anita Blackwood > Martha Quinn > KennedyThat is all.
John Napkintosh: That was such a non-story. Not only did he never actually try, Jordan was the one to mention that he was married anyway. So basically he joked about it without intending to./??Whatevs
Odd Bird: Priapetic: Anita Blackwood > Martha Quinn > KennedyThat is all.FTFM/DNRTA b/c it's TMZ
Super Chronic: /presume you mean Nina Blackwood
Odd Bird: Anita Blackwood > Martha Quinn > Kennedy
dletter: Sybarite: Desperate washed up fame whore say what?That being said.... nice book cover.
John Napkintosh: Jordan was the one to mention that he was married anyway
onzmadi: and not a single fark was given/book cover was nice though
ChrisDe: dletter: Sybarite: Desperate washed up fame whore say what?That being said.... nice book cover."The Golden Age of MTV"? I think she was about five years too late for that.
Pockafrusta: Watched "Video Killed the Radio Star" in 81 to kick off MTV. Graduated High School in 1989. I don't remember this person.
Wellon Dowd: Odd Bird: Anita Blackwood > Martha Quinn > KennedySorry, but I'm with Mojo Nixon on this one.[i.imgur.com image 500x334]
Wellon Dowd: Odd Bird: Nina Blackwood > Martha Quinn > Kennedy
wambu: Are we talking anal or oral virginity?/or was that already gone?
tricycleracer: I was all about Serena Altschul back in the 90s.[si0.twimg.com image 422x500][www.mtv.com image 185x270]
IdBeCrazyIf: filet my vag like a sea bassThis is going into my common vernacular
Dingleberry Dickwad: Eh, she was cute in a way back then, but dear god her personality on whatever she was hosting back then was annoying as fark. If she had that personality in real life I can see why she was a virgin for so long. Frankly she looks better now than she ever did back then.
The DBS: Odd, her book title mentions "golden age of MTV", but she was on in the 90's.
Old_Chief_Scott: I read that line and briefly pondered how the rest of the book must read. I think I'm going to give it a pass.
Dingleberry Dickwad: The DBS: Odd, her book title mentions "golden age of MTV", but she was on in the 90's.Eh, the 90s were a bit of a golden age, at least before they popularized reality TV. The 90's were when MTV was most relevant to pop culture, started to become more than simple "Music Television". They were helping a younger generation learn about politics with their participation in Rock the Vote, they were bringing STD and AIDS awareness to a younger generation that likely blew off learning the same stuff in school. They started informing a younger generation about world events when those kids likely couldn't be bothered to watch regular news. There's a shiat load of stuff MTV started in the 90s that was pretty revolutionary for the time, a simple music video channel actually doing something kinda important. Of course those same things that were revolutionary at the time. Of course all that led to the channel becoming a total shiat sammich, but while the channel was popular in the 80s, it was most relevant in the 90s.
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