June 8, 2006
By Beauregard Houston-Montgomery
Thursday, 6/8/2006 12:00 AM
DISCLAIMER: As always, let me state that these rants were originally concocted at the 20th Century Fox Publicity Department in the 1960's, and bear no relation to reality in any way. If you don't believe me, ask my agent - Swifty Lazar.
Despite being busted big time, Page Six continues unabated it's alleged disingenuous, at times amusing/ at times tedious agendas, along with constant self-congratulation. I peruse Page Six not because, as they claim, it is a beloved destination for all New Yorkers, but simply to sigh with relief that I no longer have to deal with many of the perfectly dreadful denizens they promote. It is also a great way to keep up with friends. If I see one singled out for something besides a pointless plug, it's an excuse to call them up and find out what really happened.
Page Six's lack of credibility (constant ... Read More