The Minority Reporter mentioned to me the other day that I had forgotten to organize and post the LLFD's first annual Top 100 list when I said I was going to do it (the end of June). However, there was no forgetting. It just so happens that with little involvement from the LLFD elite, (He refers to everyone except me, Minority and The Loveseat--ed.) and not enough personal time on my hands to be able to fill in the spots I'm lacking, I haven't had the opportunity to really sit down and do it. Why do I bring this up (other than the fact that I like to point out my own shortcomings)? I'm doing an open call to our loyal LLFD readers.
I'm asking all (five?) of you to create lists (anyone who wants to get involved) of your Top 25 females (sorry ladies, this one's for the dudes, get at The Queen E about your list) based on their LLFD draft potential. That last part is a big one. It's not just the Top 25 hottest chicks you can think of - they have to have some type of correlation to the LLFD. Don't put a girl No. 1 on your list if you won't draft her No. 1 overall. You can add sleepers you would draft in later rounds, but you have to think they're worthwhile from an LLFD perspective (think: success score). Your list should include the names, a sentence or two about why the person is deserving, and ideally a picture (or link). You can e-mail completed Top 25s to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the spirit of making lists, I figured I would share with you all Intellectivist's Top 5 Cities in America You Never Wanna Live In (in no particular order):
- Kansas City
- All of Texas (couldn't discriminate between cities, they all just suck. Except Austin - National Poetry Slam 2007. Holla!)
(More at Lauren Jones Fansite)
The star of FOX's new scripted/reality comedy, entitled (what else?) "Anchorwoman," this buxom, former WWE Diva,now qualifies not only for your TV Personality slot, but also TV Actress. She's already got her Model eligibility from being named "America's Sexiest Bikini Model," so it's looking like we've got a triple threat on our hands.
Of course, this beauty's 15 minutes of fame won't make her much of a VT candidate, but keep on the lookout, because she claims that she has a huge respect for the work involved in anchoring the news, and plans to continue it after the show. "They didn't hire me because of my looks," says Jones (via the Daily News). "They hired me because I brought a certain skill set to the table."
(By my count that would be two particular skill sets).
According to Jones, when she told them she had a "double major, [their] eyes lit up." Mine would have also, guys ... mine would have also.
I guess I'll be moving to Texas.