It can be frustrating when your search terms don’t lead you to what you want to know. Several people have found my blog and their questions were not answered. I hope you enjoyed reading anyway, and to thank you for stopping by, I will try to find out some answers for you or point you in the right direction:
Q: How old is Judge Judy?
A: Judge Judy’s birthday is October 21, 1942. I found this on the Dead or Alive website.
Q: Is Robyn leaving Dr. Phil?
A: This story surfaced on April 18th and the official reply is “no comment.” To add your two cents to the discussion, click on this interesting site.
Q: Where can I get Bethany’s book?
A: Check out this link to Bethany Frankel’s official website for all things Bethany.
Q: How do I find a job on the WWE?
A: Here are the job postings on the WWE Corporate Website.
Q: Tell me about the magic life in the white house?
A: This is a title of a book, The magic Life, about a murder mystery at the white house.
Q: Tell me about the poodles in the show?
A: Check out Groomer Has It dog grooming contestant, Sarah Grace McCandless’s blog, The Groomer Mill, for detailed information about all the groomers and the dogs that they groom on the show.
Q: I’m looking for information about the spandex leg man?
A: I couldn’t find the spandex leg man but I found out that the Spandex Man is Toby McGuire. Who knew?
Hope this helps!
On Animal Planet’s Groomer Has It, dogs are people too. Puppy size mattered when volunteers handed over their puppies to Reality TV groomers for the third challenge. Will was awarded the “top dog” prize because he showered his Pomeranian puppy with hugs and kisses. The judges were sympathetic to Will’s transformation; last week, they poo-pooed Will for using the wrong brush on a Bearded Collie. This week Will was determined to show how much “he loves dogs.” Sadly Jon was told to “leave the doghouse” after “failing to meet the grooming standards of the puppy grooming challenge.” Never mind that Jon’s puppy was a Great Pyrenese and with the exception of the Leonberger, was the size of a full grown Labrador Retriever! Contestants who were given small dogs definitely had the advantage with the 90 minute time frame. But they had to please the owners of small dogs who are very picky about their dog’s appearance. Groomers of small dogs make house calls and call themselves “dog stylists” instead of “dog groomers.” Kathleen, the”Quick Sniff” contest winner, was the only groomer allowed to choose her puppy, a white Pomeranian named Princess who arrived wearing a little red skirt. The rest were given their puppies at random, and it took poor Jon a full hour just to dry fur of the giant Pyrenese pup. This left him little time for the actual “grooming/styling” phase. Jon chose to focus on styling the fur on the puppy’s head because did not have time take care of the other end. The judges offered him no sympathy and bolted from their chairs and headed right for the tail. It wasn’t fair that the judges didn’t scrutinize the other groomers, and I wish Jon could have summoned Tyra Banks to give his dog “a Brazillian Booty Facial.” The moral of the story? Who cares if there’s a Writier’s Strike when you have shows like Grommer Has It? Next week the contestants have to design doggy outfits–another contest where size matters. What does designing clothes have to do with dog grooming? It doesn’t really matter becuase until Project Runway begins, I’m watching Groomer Has It.