What Tina Brown Would Look LIke if She Were a Real Journalist

Well, this week Tina Brown did it again: using the cover of Newsweek to court controversy in the hope of saving the magazine, albeit at the expense of what’s left of the newsweekly’s reputation.  Knowing her penchant for photoshopped hypotheticals, I thought it’d be interesting to explore what Tina might look like, were she actually a legitimate journalist. The results are as creepy as a resurrected Diana clutching an iPhone.

(From top-left: Walter Cronkite, Nellie Bly, Edward R. Murrow, Woodward and Bernstein, Christiane Amanpour, and Diane Sawyer)

22 August 2012 ·

Karate Kid trivia:  DId you know that it was long rumored that Chuck Norris was originally offered the role of the villainous Sensei John Kreese?  It was said that he turned down the role because he didn’t like the way the film portrayed karate instructors.  Though Norris later denied ever being offered the role, he has said that he would have turned down the part on similar grounds had it been offered to him.  
Dig my photoshop skills?   Self taught, bitch!
[Insert Chuck Norris joke circa 2007 here]

Karate Kid trivia:  DId you know that it was long rumored that Chuck Norris was originally offered the role of the villainous Sensei John Kreese?  It was said that he turned down the role because he didn’t like the way the film portrayed karate instructors.  Though Norris later denied ever being offered the role, he has said that he would have turned down the part on similar grounds had it been offered to him.  

Dig my photoshop skills?   Self taught, bitch!

[Insert Chuck Norris joke circa 2007 here]

5 August 2010 ·

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