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(TMZ)   In today's 90s mad libs headline, MTV VJ Kennedy says Michael Jordan tried to take her virginity   (tmz.com) divider line 199
    More: Interesting, MTV VJ Kennedy, Michael Jordan, MTV, Russell Simmons, romantic love  
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2013-07-02 10:47:10 AM  

Super Chronic: Odd Bird: Priapetic: Anita Blackwood > Martha Quinn > Kennedy
That is all.
FTFM
/DNRTA b/c it's TMZ

Who?
/presume you mean Nina Blackwood


30 years of failing while unaware?  Why'd I get out of bed...
 
2013-07-02 10:48:52 AM  
I remember thinking Kennedy was hot back when I was a teenager.  Oddly enough, whenever conversation about these TV stars from the 90's comes up, or whenever I bump into a girl I went to high school with, I always seem to think I had a crush on them.  It's almost as if I thought about farking every single female I was exposed to as a teenager.  Hmmmm....
 
2013-07-02 10:50:02 AM  
In the late 80s, I told myself that I'd always try to stay current on the latest music, watch MTV and read Rolling Stone magazine, even into old age.  My MTV viewing ended about 6 years after that; Rolling Stone, 3.
 
2013-07-02 10:51:05 AM  
"Ex MTV star" hmmmmm, mmmm, is there such a creature?
 
2013-07-02 10:52:57 AM  

thecpt: At least it wasn't that one girl who won that contest... Jesse I think


An long-lost acquaintance told me a story about going with Jesse to the Clermont Lounge and Jesse at one-point disappearing only to be found later passed out with a needle and spoon in the back of a truck in the parking lot.  This was like 15 years ago when the Clermont wasn't a place where suburbanites would go to be "bad".  It was just bad.
 
2013-07-02 10:53:37 AM  
Aww how cute, people who actually remember who the "stars" of MTV were.
 
2013-07-02 10:54:25 AM  

fat_free: In the late 80s, I told myself that I'd always try to stay current on the latest music, watch MTV and read Rolling Stone magazine, even into old age.  My MTV viewing ended about 6 years after that; Rolling Stone, 3.


I'm pretty sure that is how you stay current on the latest music.
 
2013-07-02 10:54:45 AM  

fat_free: In the late 80s, I told myself that I'd always try to stay current on the latest music, watch MTV and read Rolling Stone magazine, even into old age.  My MTV viewing ended about 6 years after that; Rolling Stone, 3.


i.imgur.com
 
2013-07-02 10:56:21 AM  
Then by around 1998, TRL had taken over the network and all the good content was gone.

/Truth be told, MTV and Nickelodeon from about 1991-1995 were pretty good years.



Yeah, I knew MTV was pretty much over when they started not even showing the full video during TRL.

They started just showing a little clip from each one. I was like, "What the fark is the point of this? I'm done with you guys."
 
2013-07-02 10:56:24 AM  

Rapmaster2000: thecpt: At least it wasn't that one girl who won that contest... Jesse I think

An long-lost acquaintance told me a story about going with Jesse to the Clermont Lounge and Jesse at one-point disappearing only to be found later passed out with a needle and spoon in the back of a truck in the parking lot.  This was like 15 years ago when the Clermont wasn't a place where suburbanites would go to be "bad".  It was just bad.


Wasnt Jesse the flaming gay dude that I am going with idea Sascha Coens Bruno character was based on.
 
2013-07-02 10:56:55 AM  

fat_free: In the late 80s, I told myself that I'd always try to stay current on the latest music, watch MTV and read Rolling Stone magazine, even into old age.  My MTV viewing ended about 6 years after that; Rolling Stone, 3.


There's a new band in town, but you can't get the sound from a story in a magazine aimed at your average teen
 
2013-07-02 10:57:32 AM  
Kari...

img.gawkerassets.com
 
2013-07-02 10:57:35 AM  

Wellon Dowd: 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.

MTV peaked on August 2, 1981.

[i.imgur.com image 527x426]




Wrong!

bostontobk.files.wordpress.com
Link
 
2013-07-02 10:59:18 AM  

doczoidberg: Then by around 1998, TRL had taken over the network and all the good content was gone.

/Truth be told, MTV and Nickelodeon from about 1991-1995 were pretty good years.


Yeah, I knew MTV was pretty much over when they started not even showing the full video during TRL.

They started just showing a little clip from each one. I was like, "What the fark is the point of this? I'm done with you guys."


For me it was when 120 Minutes started playing stuff that was also in America's Top 40.
 
2013-07-02 10:59:36 AM  
i.imgur.com
 
2013-07-02 11:00:19 AM  
So, she didn't change her name to Anderson?
 
2013-07-02 11:01:41 AM  
Have you heard Nina Blackwood on satellite radio lately?  She sounds like she's gasping for every breath, poor thing.

"I'm Nina [GASP] Blackwood and this [GASP] is a block of Van Halen with [WHEEZE] the Big 80s.
 
2013-07-02 11:01:46 AM  

Wellon Dowd: fat_free: In the late 80s, I told myself that I'd always try to stay current on the latest music, watch MTV and read Rolling Stone magazine, even into old age.  My MTV viewing ended about 6 years after that; Rolling Stone, 3.

[i.imgur.com image 486x365]


Do you think that's it? Or is it just that most music released today is kind of on the shiattier "Johnny Bravo"-esque style of mass marketing?

I actually find myself finding new(er), more interesting music on NPR (bands like Vampire Weekend) than I do on music stalwarts like MTV.  Matt Taibbi used to be kind of interesting to read in Rolling Stone, but then his writing morphed into manufactured outrage over the same thing, generously leavened with f-bombs and put-downs. shiat got old. Or I did. Or both.
 
2013-07-02 11:06:02 AM  

Wellon Dowd: Odd Bird: Anita Blackwood > Martha Quinn > Kennedy

Sorry, but I'm with Mojo Nixon on this one.

[i.imgur.com image 500x334]


Ditto
 
2013-07-02 11:07:59 AM  

Wellon Dowd: 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.

MTV peaked on August 2, 1981.

[i.imgur.com image 527x426]


Unfortunately. Its disaster curve started off rather shallow, but it eventually had a very steep slope.
 
2013-07-02 11:08:54 AM  

tricycleracer: I was all about Serena Altschul back in the 90s.

[si0.twimg.com image 422x500]
[www.mtv.com image 185x270]


Yeah, she was the classic beauty.
 
2013-07-02 11:09:06 AM  

fat_free: Wellon Dowd: fat_free: In the late 80s, I told myself that I'd always try to stay current on the latest music, watch MTV and read Rolling Stone magazine, even into old age.  My MTV viewing ended about 6 years after that; Rolling Stone, 3.

[i.imgur.com image 486x365]

Do you think that's it? Or is it just that most music released today is kind of on the shiattier "Johnny Bravo"-esque style of mass marketing?

I actually find myself finding new(er), more interesting music on NPR (bands like Vampire Weekend) than I do on music stalwarts like MTV.  Matt Taibbi used to be kind of interesting to read in Rolling Stone, but then his writing morphed into manufactured outrage over the same thing, generously leavened with f-bombs and put-downs. shiat got old. Or I did. Or both.


A bit from Column A, a bit from Column B. The balance between commerce and art definitely seems to have shifted towards the former, but we tend to forget the crap from our youth and remember only the good stuff.
 
2013-07-02 11:10:19 AM  
I was realized as I was searching for images of Martha Quinn how much she looks like Alison Brie without implants.
 
2013-07-02 11:10:40 AM  

fat_free: Wellon Dowd: fat_free: In the late 80s, I told myself that I'd always try to stay current on the latest music, watch MTV and read Rolling Stone magazine, even into old age.  My MTV viewing ended about 6 years after that; Rolling Stone, 3.

[i.imgur.com image 486x365]

Do you think that's it? Or is it just that most music released today is kind of on the shiattier "Johnny Bravo"-esque style of mass marketing?

I actually find myself finding new(er), more interesting music on NPR (bands like Vampire Weekend) than I do on music stalwarts like MTV.  Matt Taibbi used to be kind of interesting to read in Rolling Stone, but then his writing morphed into manufactured outrage over the same thing, generously leavened with f-bombs and put-downs. shiat got old. Or I did. Or both.


If you want to hear new music then stream KEXP or WRAS on tunein.  Also, listen to consequenceofsound.com and soundcloud.com.  Everything in popular media is just junk pop music.
 
2013-07-02 11:10:43 AM  
Wellon Dowd: Odd Bird: Nina Blackwood > Martha Quinn > Kennedy

I'll see your Nina Blackwood and raise you an Erica Ehm

i3.ytimg.com
 
2013-07-02 11:11:34 AM  

Priapetic: Martha Quinn > Kennedy

That is all.


Erica Ehm >>>>> all.
LOL OK Canadian TV...

data2.archives.ca
 
2013-07-02 11:11:34 AM  
So MJ wanted to fillet some VJ-jay. Okay.
 
2013-07-02 11:11:59 AM  

doczoidberg: Then by around 1998, TRL had taken over the network and all the good content was gone.

/Truth be told, MTV and Nickelodeon from about 1991-1995 were pretty good years.


Yeah, I knew MTV was pretty much over when they started not even showing the full video during TRL.


FTFY

Seriously... MTV started its death spiral when Road Rules and Real World got popular... around 1995(?) or so. Suddenly VH1 became relevant ( Pop up video presumably and being one of the only places to go if you still wanted to watch videos ) . Everyone who wanted to actually watch videos moved on or just sort of shrugged and gave up.

/Paladia is where it's at today man
 
2013-07-02 11:12:40 AM  
Make mine Martha.
 
2013-07-02 11:13:26 AM  
www.nypost.com
I'm sorry, were we discussing something about when MTV peaked?
 
2013-07-02 11:13:42 AM  

LawPD: I'll see your Nina Blackwood and raise you an Erica Ehm


Quantum Apostrophe: Erica Ehm >>>>> all.


Why have I not been informed of this woman before?
 
2013-07-02 11:14:02 AM  
Martha or Duff... Martha or Duff...

imageshack.us
 
2013-07-02 11:14:08 AM  
Anyone remember Melissa Gabriel? Hot damn.
 
2013-07-02 11:15:31 AM  
Meh.  She was part of the tidal wave of douchebag hosts that came AFTER the Golden Age of MTV.  I always found her *unbelievably* annoying and grating.

But a lot of folks say it was in important era for various reasons.  So if you compare it to the comics industry, the 90s could be called the Silver Age of MTV.
 
2013-07-02 11:16:47 AM  

tricycleracer: I was all about Serena Altschul back in the 90s.

[si0.twimg.com image 422x500]
[www.mtv.com image 185x270]



Did she and Sifl ever get married?
 
2013-07-02 11:17:49 AM  
25.media.tumblr.com

MTV peaked right around here.
 
2013-07-02 11:18:24 AM  
Sounds like someone is trying to generate buzz to sell her book.  Too bad this book is about 20 years too late.
 
2013-07-02 11:22:24 AM  

TheShavingofOccam123: [25.media.tumblr.com image 427x408]

MTV peaked right around here.


The only reason that I watched The Mad Real World was to find out how such a loser like Chad can have a gf like Katie.

i.ytimg.com
 
2013-07-02 11:22:28 AM  
I remember always being disappointed when Kurt Loder did the news because I was waiting to rub one out to Tabitha Soren.
 
2013-07-02 11:27:17 AM  

Quantum Apostrophe: Priapetic: Martha Quinn > Kennedy

That is all.

Erica Ehm >>>>> all.
LOL OK Canadian TV...

[data2.archives.ca image 850x1054]


This. Erica's skin-tight Batman t-shirt is one of my happy thoughts.
 
2013-07-02 11:30:11 AM  
 
2013-07-02 11:33:02 AM  
I remember when MTV used to play videos, and the 'M' didn't necessarily stand for 'Morans'.

Also: Fark, I am disappoint that no one mentioned Carolyne Heldman yet.

*sigh* Off to tie an onion to my belt....
 
2013-07-02 11:35:42 AM  
I was not a fan of Kennedy on MTV but seeing her on TV recently she is very funny and very intelligent. In my opinion MTV peaked when there was only one or two non music video programs, like Remote Control.
 
2013-07-02 11:36:08 AM  
i1168.photobucket.com

The absolute pinnacle of MTV.  All other entries are null and void.
 
2013-07-02 11:39:43 AM  

MilesTeg: Kari...

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Came to say this:

i2.listal.com
 
2013-07-02 11:41:28 AM  
Isnt Kennedy now a rabid big business libertarian type? I seem to remeber seeing her on Stossel on FBN AKA the show for horrible people being all Ayn Rand-ian
 
2013-07-02 11:43:17 AM  

Anderson's Pooper: I remember always being disappointed when Kurt Loder did the news because I was waiting to rub one out to Tabitha Soren.


"I hate Tabitha Soren and all the farking zionist MTV pigs telling us we should get along."

i42.tinypic.com
 
2013-07-02 11:43:40 AM  
I have my doubts that she was a virgin while hosting MTV.
 
2013-07-02 11:44:43 AM  
Also, since this is MTV

EyeballKid: [www.nypost.com image 437x469]
I'm sorry, were we discussing something about when MTV peaked?

i17.photobucket.com
 
2013-07-02 11:45:58 AM  

ItchyMcDoogle: Isnt Kennedy now a rabid big business libertarian type? I seem to remeber seeing her on Stossel on FBN AKA the show for horrible people being all Ayn Rand-ian


Maybe you're thinking S.E. Cupp?
/Her hoarse squeaky breathless voice does it for me
 
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