26 December 2010

The Good, the Bad, and the Cheesy

First, the good: The Bobs singing “Christmas in Jail”:

As for the rest . . . .

“The kitsch is extremely nasty; we can’t prosecute you for that.”

The self-named “painter of light” — famous for selling lots and lots of shlocky paintings with titles like “Central Park in the Fall” and “Tinker Bell and Peter Pan Fly to Neverland” — will do ten days in jail, nine months of a DUI offender program, and five years of informal court probation, and pay a $1,846 fine. Kinkade’s BAC was at double the legal limit, which, wow.

That article includes a delicately photographed Slammer of Light . . . .

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