October 30th, 2014
12:03 AM ET

RidicuList: Smashing Pumpkins' frontman Billy Corgan's rockin' pose with cats

Youngsters, can you imagine twenty years from now seeing a photo of Iggy Azalea at a Jo-Ann Fabric? Well, it can happen. On the RidicuList, Anderson Cooper takes a walk down memory lane to see how musicians and music have changed.

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  1. therihan

    Jo-Ann Fabrics? I had to look that one up! Too extreme. (in comparison to animal rescue ads)

    When people have a misconception of Anderson Cooper and treat him in a certain way, then it will affect Anderson Cooper and he will begin to act that certain way.

    1. There are no fairytales in life, just realities. Each reality has it's advantages and disadvantages. Somehow all realities are equally balanced.

    I personally think that Anderson Cooper's team are starting to get affected by jealousy. Seems like every anchor or reporter has something negative to say about Anderson.

    I can't really judge anyone, but seems like Anderson Cooper mingles with everyone and super easy sweet.
    Why is everyone suddenly tearing him apart for not feeling like taking a photo?
    Why is a joke turned into a revolution?
    So much angry people!
    Not good!

    They will turn Anderson into a negative entity.

    Anderson allow not that to happen. You went through a lot to be who you are today. You're not evil. You're good. You're nicer and kinder than all other reporters and anchors.
    You are designed to be special.

    Let their hideous misconceptions remain in their realities not yours.
    Anderson Cooper is nice, humble, modest, good looking, honest, funny, masculine, fresh like a puppy, hard worker, kind hearted, politically correct, happy, smart and always cute!

    November 2, 2014 at 6:27 pm |
  2. therihan

    Not sure why Cooper would pick out on "paws" magazine cover rather than the hideous celeb Forbes list?

    In all actuality there is nothing wrong with AnYoNE paw-sing for paws.
    My suggestion to Cooper is to pick on the reckless dangerous ones on "Forbes" magazine.
    At the end of the day Billy wins because he's an average musician who is living life naturally ... Billy comes across as a nice guy.
    In all fairness Anderson did make fun of himself posing for WebMD, however, don't forget they stereotype you before you even say anything because of they think they know about Cooper.
    They don't know that Cooper is nice. As long as you're Anderson Cooper hash tagged with your mother's title, you'll always come across wrong to the majority.

    Twitter @therihan

    November 2, 2014 at 2:21 pm |
  3. Auntie Warhol

    I'm with you Anderson on the general theory and the examples of things you don't want to see, but this one's different. This is the internet, bub, and you'd do better around here if you posed with some cats yourself.

    November 1, 2014 at 2:49 pm |
  4. Kyle King

    CNN Confirms Anderson Cooper Lost in Snowstorm http://wp.me/p57EPD-5R

    October 30, 2014 at 5:02 pm |
  5. mnicks99

    Not sure what's so ridiculous here. Paws Chicago is an animal rescue organization. Billy Corgan posed for the cover with the cats he himself adopted from their shelter and was interviewed in that issue encouraging others to do the same. Nice to see someone use their celebrity status for a good cause. Yeah, the commercial is a little weird but again, he's supporting a local business. I know he lives in Chicago, owns a business there himself and appears to give back to the community. All things change. No one can be expected to project the typical rockstar image for the rest of their lives. The ones that try, just look like old fools.

    October 30, 2014 at 12:12 pm |

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