Kevin Smith, the director of the cult classic Clerks, has just released a hilarious new book, Tough Sh*t, Advice From a Fat, Lazy Slob Who Did Good. Smith, known for his raunchy, sharp humor — and also for being too fat to fly on Southwest Airlines — is no stranger to self-expression, and the book looks back at key moments in Smith’s 41 years in the industry, leaving very few details to the imagination.
Kevin Smith, best known for writing and directing '90s slacker comedies such as Clerks and Chasing Amy, may not be the first name to appear on a list of authoritative political pundits, but Smith has some unique and interesting reasons for choosing Mitt Romney as his candidate.
Ever since Dogma, Kevin Smith's potty-mouthed indictment of the inherent absurdity of Catholicism, so enraged the faithful back in 1999, drawing stinging attacks from The Catholic League, the silent rotund one has been asked many times his stance on religion.
We've got a buffet of stereotypical celeb tweets this week--inevitable self-promotion, a slice of wit, some shameless TMI, and a baaaad pun. But the biggest news of all that had celebs a-buzzin' was Tiger Woods' press-conference-slash-apology, to which we award the best tweet of the week to the lovely Alyssa Milano.
Clerks director Kevin Smith became a spokesman for the “anorexia-challenged,” as one commenter on his Twitter page put it, this weekend when he responded to a slight by Southwest Airlines by posting a series of sarcastic tweets, resulting in a heartfelt apology by the airline.