WHAT SHOULD I BE DOING INSTEAD OF THIS?
 
 
by Andy Brownfield 08.06.2012
Posted In: Life, TV/Celebrity at 01:36 PM | Permalink | Comments (1)
 
 
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Bill Cunningham: Where's Our [Expletive] Photo?!?

Seriously, Bill, we're feeling left out

Front page news at The Enquirer('s website): “Bill Cunningham and his TV show producers want you to like him… on Facebook."Media reporter John Kiesewetter today encouraged his readers to check out the new Facebook page of Bill Cunningham's TV show. Kiesewetter posted an awesome autographed photo that was sent to him. Here's what the giddy Kiesewetter wrote: "The Bill Cunningham Show wants you to get his Facebook page updates on the show, as it ramps up social media efforts for its national launch Sept. 17 on the CW Network (Channel 12.2). They wanted me to like him so much that his producers sent me this autographed photo.” Upon receiving a staff email titled "WHY IS THIS A BLOG" "HOW COOL IS THIS?", CityBeat editors and reporters hurried to our mailboxes to see who might have scored the promo of all promos. We were disappointed. And because we didn't get the photo we will not be “like”ing your page, Bill, and then hiding it from our timeline so our friends don’t find out.Maybe we'll go like the FB page of one of the people who sent these items we recently received and tossed into a large pile of shit we don't want: The Essential Games of the Chicago Cubs (four-disk set seems like overkill) Armywives episode 619 Syfy’s Boogeyman (a Syfy original movie) Fatal Honeymoon (premieres Saturday, Aug. 25 at 8 p.m.) Budz House starting the guy from the Miller High Life commercials Jodi Picoult collection (Salem Falls, Plain Truth and The Pact) Lifetime’s Surviving High School Kathy Griffin double feature called “Pants off and Tired Hooker” Barack Obama: From his childhood to the presidency Four IFC Blu-rays: ATM (“No warning. No control. No escape.”); Brake (“The only way out is to give in”); Kill List; and 4:44 Last Day on Earth.  A FaceOff makeup kit Twenty-three episodes of the 1937-74 series The Rookies Bob Dylan book called Forget About Today Two copies of The History of Us, a novel 
 
 

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