Hottie with a (Killer?) Body

I know I’m gunna get slammed for this post, but am I the only guy in America that thinks Casey Marie Anthony is kinda cute?


Sure, she was accused of killing her two-year-old daughter Caylee, which is a completely disgusting thought to even think about hurting a child, let alone actually doing it. But the thing is…she got off. She was found NOT GUILTY of first degree murder back in July 2011. OJ #2, anyone? Yeah, she was found guilty on a few other minor charges, but the majority of Americans think this young lady got away with murder. Murder of her own daughter.

We all seem to think the members of that jury were pretty darn stupid. America was outraged at the verdict of not guilty. Prosecutor Jeff Ashton was so outraged that he retired and wrote a book about the case, which recently was turned into a Lifetime movie Prosecuting Casey Anthony. I really want to see this movie, but as of right now I haven’t gotten the opportunity to do so. Lifetime?! Made-for-TV?! Rob Lowe?! It’s a winner.

Hearing about that movie (and unfortunately not getting to see it yet) inspired me to write about Casey Anthony’s looks, OK? Not what she’s accused of doing (which is downright despicable) but her looks, which I find to be pretty attractive. Hell, I think accused murderer Jodi Arias, who’s currently on trial, is pretty hott. It’s the media that does this! Not me! I’m just a guy watching at home that has a slow-roaster.

Why is it that many trials we see on national TV (Jerry Sandusky excluded) happen to be easy on the eyes? Not that I would let that stop me from handing down a guilty verdict on someone. It’s just something to think about. Put it this way: I will watch the Casey Anthony movie. I will follow Casey Anthony’s video diary (which can be found here and I will buy Casey Anthony’s book (if and when she ever decides to write one).

Not because of the looks (which some of you may and probably will disagree with) but because I want to hear how a twenty-something year old woman can go through all of that tragic mess and still get away with it. In my opinion everything seem to be laid out in front of the jury, but they still didn’t buy it. I want to check out Jeff Ashton’s book, Imperfect Justice: Prosecuting Casey Anthony and I also want to check out defense attorney Jose Baez’s book Presumed Guilty: Casey Anthony: The Inside Story.

This stuff fascinates me. I was glued to the Casey Anthony trial. Now I’m glued to the Jodi Arias trial. Would I be as glued to the George Zimmerman or Jerry Sandusky cases? Probably not. The murder (in many’s eyes of self defense) of a black teenager and the rape of countless young boys from a former Penn State football coach doesn’t interest me quite as much as alleged cold-blooded murders carried out by hott women.


Killer or not, it doesn’t change the fact that they’re good-looking. It changes how good-looking they are on the inside, but definitely not on the outside. Unless they potentially gain a ton of weight in prison and become unrecognizable (see Melissa Huckaby, murderer of 8-year-old Sandra Cantu). There was an online rumor circulating a few months back that Casey Anthony had gained so much weight that no one could recognize her.

This would have got me goin’ because I like more voluptuous women. Not obese, but curvy. I’ll admit I would have enjoyed watching Casey Anthony inflate like a balloon. Just like I’m going to enjoy watching Kim Kardashian’s ass swell up to the size of Texas because of her pregnancy. Or how I’m watching to see how much weight Jessica Simpson puts on this time around with her second pregnancy. Will it be 80 pounds all over again? I can only hope.

I wonder what Casey Anthony is doing right now. Maybe regretting what she (allegedly) did? Maybe making more Internet vids for millions to watch? Maybe hanging out with some friends at a steakhouse in Florida? (Where she was thought to have been seen last month.) Maybe watching her own movie while munching on some popcorn?

It’s amazing what we do to other people. It’s amazing what we make other people. People like Casey Anthony may be hott, but people should be celebrities because of intelligence and passion Not losers like that human piece of trash Snooki. Not Justin Bieber. But that’s another topic for another time.


Remember Caylee Marie Anthony…2005-2008


Remember Sandra Cantu…2001-2009

Divided States of Obama

Isn’t this supposed to be the United States of America? Aren’t we all supposed to stand together? That’s what unity is all about. As a matter of fact, the very definition of unity according to is “the state or quality of being one; singleness.” Well, ya could have fooled me. I’m not saying everyone in this great country’s history has always agreed on everything. One of the many beauties of freedom is that we are free to disagree.

However, ever since the ever-popular Barack Hussein Obama took office, things have gotten much worse. We’re more divided and more racist than ever. Back in 2008, Obama said, ““There is not a black America and white America and Latino America and Asian America — there is the United States of America.” Sounds good, doesn’t it? If only this was true.


According to an article in The Christian Science Monitor, a staggering 93% of African-Americans voted for Obama in November’s election. And you’re telling me I’m racist? A whopping 71% of Hispanics and 73% of Asians also voted for Obama. Romney, on the other hand, won around 59% of the white vote. This can’t be pure coincidence. Why did the majority of white people go for Romney? Why did an enormous amount of blacks, Hispanics, and Asians bow at Obama’s feet?

Minorities are wetting their pants over having one of their own as president and they’re going to do whatever they can to keep it that way. It’s okay if our taxes our raised, our pay is diminished, and our country is at its highest division point in history.


I should note that Obama got 60% of the youth vote (people aged 18-29) and I’m proud to say I wasn’t one of them. MTV is not telling me who to vote for! When some whacko professor at a university makes some outrageous claim about any conservative value they can shake a stick at, I know I’m doing some research before taking their word. The Daily Show isn’t my primary source of news. I know, I’m not like the rest of my “brothers” and “sisters.”

When it’s all said and done, the fact remains that President Barack Hussein Obama (I know the name “Hussein” from somewhere…) has embarked on his second term of office to lead this country. It’s scary to me to think that Obama’s birthplace was even questioned. I mean, our president has to have been born in America…right?


We get what we vote for. If things go from bad to worse to WORST, we can’t say we didn’t ask for it.

Who The **** R U?

In case some of you haven’t seen my “About” section of this website yet, I figured I’d make it convenient for you and just post it as part of the archives. Here it is, in its entirety. Oh and by the way, Part 2 of “A Virgin Suicide” will be up soon Can you smell the sex yet?. Have at it!

For some reason I can’t stand these “About” sections. I never know what to include or how to phrase stuff. I guess I’ll give it a shot, though. My name is Ryan Sullivan, but I go by “Sully.” Don’t ask me why, just read my last name and you’ll figure it out. I’ve been wanting to start my own website for a long time, but I either got ripped off (which I wrote about in my first-ever post) or couldn’t figure out how to do it. I’m mostly technologically retarded, which is why I’m surprised I was able to set up this thing.

I’m a Broadcasting major so of course I have a lot to say. A lot of stuff that goes on in this world really boils my blood, but I alone can’t do anything about it. Hopefully if I complain enough and a lot of you read and comment on what I have to say, things might change. Someday. I’ve only been on this earth a little over 1/5 of a century, so there’s still time. We can only hope.

There is no one else in this world like me. Yes, we are all different and that’s the “beauty” of the world we live in, but I’m pretty damn different. No one has been able to figure me out as of yet, and who knows if anyone ever will. I can’t even count how many people have told me either “There’s just something about you…” or “You’re unlike any other person I’ve met in my entire life.” I’m not bragging about this fact because that could be good or bad. But ya know what? I take it as a compliment. I’m slowly learning to appreciate and feel more comfortable with myself.


I’m not saying I’m uncomfortable with myself, but I could always be even more comfortable. Ya know? I wrote, produced, and hosted my own public access TV show called “The Sully Show” from 2005-2008. You can see some of the later episodes at Don’t be too harsh. I was just a kid! No, I’m kidding. That was the happiest time of my life and I wouldn’t trade it for anything in this world. Ever. Except for maybe a beer. Again, kidding.

We had a lot of fun on that show. When I say “we” I mean myself and my “staff” of volunteers (friends, to be exact) that helped with directing, camera work, and coordination of guests. I think some even came to just hang out, and that’s perfectly fine with me. I also did a podcast for a few years during that time that was similar to the TV show. Names varied from “The Weekly Wipe” to “SNozcast.” Don’t ask. The shows were entertainment-based with viewer e-mails, guests of all kinds (from athletes to musicians to radio personalities to Frankenstein), movie/music reviews, and pretty much anything else you could imagine. It was all there.

Pittsburgh Steelers safety Troy Polamalu was nice enough to give a plug to my show during my interview with him after a charity basketball game. He messed up “B-P-T-V” and said something like “B-P-B-T-V” but it was definitely worth it. Almost got to interview Steelers linebacker James Harrison, but in a nervous moment called him Jerome Harrison instead. He wasn’t too happy and needless to say, I missed out on that interview. There were so many great moments on that show I could go on forever. But I won’t.

This blog (or as I like to call it “my official website” to sound even more cool) gives me a chance to tell you all about my experiences, thoughts, and actions in a world I don’t have much hope for. I get to tell you about my interactions with a population I don’t always think very highly of. Most importantly, I get to write about about an endless amount of topics on a regular basis. Whether it be trivial everyday life happenings, movies, music, sports, politics, books, relationships, school, current events, or even cute 18-year-old Cuban strippers, (you name it!) you’ll find it here.

After four long years, I’m proud to present the official

From the bottom of my heart, thank you.

Thanks, You Bum

I want to thank you all for taking the time to check out my new site! This is going to be a blog with all my OPINIONS and analysis of things that happen in life. Of course I always think I’m right but I’ll be looking forward to hearing from you regardless of whether you agree with me or not. I’ve been wanting to set up my own site for a LONG time but never got around to it. Well, I shouldn’t say that.

Some idiot was going to design an official website for my radio/tv gig, The Sully Show, way back in the day. To protect his identity and downright stupidity, he shall rename nameless. He lives in Ohio, by the way. I guess he somehow found out I had a show and hit me up on Facebook offering to design a website for me. It seemed pretty legit at the time, but I couldn’t be further from the truth.

We talked over the phone for a few hours as kind of an intro period, and I told him what I wanted, what the show was like, and how I wanted the overall site to look. This fine gentleman told me he’d get right on it and even showed me some samples of his work online (which, it pains me to say, looked pretty good). We had the design hashed out (and again I must say it looked pretty darn good), all the staff bios and pictures were in, links were put in, and it seemed like it was ready to go. Mr. Professional told me over the phone that a friend of his that lives here in the Pittsburgh area (who shall remain nameless) was going to visit him in Ohio for the weekend, or something like that.

Mr. Professional wanted me to give him the $250 check to his friend when she was leaving for Ohio so I wouldn’t have to mail it to him or do any kind of payment transaction online. Granted, the site wasn’t officially up yet, but I thought, from talking to him and viewing the stills, that it was a go. Also, my opinion that it was just about a go was the result of COUNTLESS phone calls I made to this man asking when the site was going to be up. I always got “I’m putting on some finishing touches, so it should be up tonight.”

I got that same answer again. And again. And again. And again. You’d think I would give up and tell the kid (can’t even call him a man at this point) to forget it all, but me being the decent person that I am and taking people at their word, kept giving him a chance to get the site up and running. My overall decency and trustworthiness led me to give his friend a check for $250 to take to Ohio to pay my trusty web designer.

I believe he got the check and there may have been a few more phone calls (it was a few years back, probably 2009, so it’s a bit fuzzy) but the fact is that no more progress was ever made, phone calls came to a halt, and the site was never launched. In a nutshell, I got ripped off by a complete bum. An immature, irresponsible, deceitful bum. But it never happened again.

I decided to just do this myself. I need to start doing more for myself anyways. I don’t know to cook or do laundry at this point in my life as a 22-year-old male, so I might as well learn how to run a blog because well, I think I have a lot to say. I’ll admit I’m a weirdo and I want you all to read what I write and offer your opinions on it. It’s pretty much as simple as that. So sit back and enjoy hopefully the rest of my life. If it wasn’t for the bum in Ohio who ripped a poor teenager off, this would never have been possible. So for that, I thank him. Wherever you are…