I don't know what is sadder...
1. That she will be acting the same way when she is an adult.
2. That someone thinks this is funny.
3. The blantant culture of violence and vulgarity coming from someone so young.
Thursday, May 3, 2007
I don't know what is sadder...
"Next, the ABC talk show called on Rosie O’Donnell. But she won’t be returning
to a contract dispute that wasn’t helped by her accusation that America blew up
the Twin Towers."
Why not it worked well for O'Donnell, just as long as she doesn't try and sing The American Anthem.
I just love Kirsten.... I wish she were my fate.
I hope this is true, can you imagine how angry that would make Tom. In fact what if he got so worked up he jumped on a couch again? That would be great.
Imus may have lost his show, but does his contract mean that he is owed $40 million? There seems to have been a provision in his contract that stated that he be given notice before he was fired. As a result of not getting notice Imus and his lawyers believe that he is due to money that was left on his contract.
Could it be true that the expected trip to Syria by Condoleeza Rice is a reaction to a similar trip made by Nancy Pelosi trip. Pelosi's trip was strongly critised by conservatives who claimed that she was supporting terrorists and that she was a traitor. It will be interesting to see how a trip by Rice is greeted by the same people. It should be pointed out that the trip by Rice is being supported by the president, which makes it different. I doubt that Pelosi really went to Syria for anything other than political reasons relating to domestic power struggles.
America needs to talk to these countries, I believe that to be true, but we also need to speak to the world with a clear and solid voice. Right now like it or not, President Bush is the political voice of this country and while that does not mean we need to support his words, I do think that should limit actions taken to oppose them over seas.
"Lohan, who said recently she continues to hit the clubs even after rehab
because she’s lonely, also said she plans to gamble for the first time, although
she’ll need to “go and learn.” "
Happy Birthday Lindsay.
Advice to those of you are soldiers in the military and want to run to another country to avoid the war. It would appear that going to Canada isn't the easy answer that it was during the Vietnam war.
"SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) -- International Business Machines Corp. said
it has used a nanotechnology process to make computer chips for the first time
in a production setting, advancing the race to boost the power and energy
efficiency of semiconductors"
This sounds like some interesting technology, and it will be fun to see what kind of devices it will enable.
"“She turned to him on the banquette and was shaking it in front of him.
She was giving him a lap dance, ” said a witness. “She was looking over her
shoulder, tossing a glance his way.”"
Is Angelina getting tired or Brad? Does she miss the old days and her "lovers"?
In what appears to be an example of giving with one hand and taking away with the other Nelson may not testify in cases in which she is a key player. She had operated with America's Most Wanted, to help lure child predators over the internet, and was part of an operation that did make a number of arrests. The problem is that as a key part of the operation, her testimony is vital for the cases to move forward. Rumors have been spreading that she would not be testifying in the cases when they go to trial.
A representative had this to say:
“Despite information to the contrary that appears in… Newsday, according to
America Organization neither Lauren Nelson nor her representatives have told
the Suffolk County District Attorney — or anyone else — that she would refuse to
testify in any of the cases in which she participated,” the show said in a
I just wanted to explain what some of you have been noticing around some stories
that have been submitted to Digg on the HD DVD encryption key being
This has all come up in the past 24 hours, mostly connected to the
HD-DVD hack that has been circulating online, having been posted to Digg as well
as numerous other popular news and information websites. We’ve been notified by
the owners of this intellectual property that they believe the posting of the
encryption key infringes their intellectual property rights. In order to respect
these rights and to comply with the law, we have removed postings of the key
that have been brought to our attention.
A full on prison riot seems to have taken place over at Digg. Digg is a web 2.0 company that allows its users to add stories to its list, and the vote them up or down the list. The riot began with a posting that held the code for hacking DVD files. The site was contacted by a lawyer for the company whose rights had been violated and the content was taken down. The riot started as more and more posts of the code were posted and voted to the top, and other posts were made calling the operator of the site of censorship.
In the end it appears that the mob one this round, and the rule of law has lost for the day. I don't know what this will mean for the history of Digg. Really the code will be re-written in a couple days, but there are a number of ways this could hurt the web site. It could either be purchased by a larger company and brought to compliance or out competed by a company backed by industry.
We had to decide whether to remove stories containing a single code based
on a cease and desist declaration. We had to make a call, and in our desire to
avoid a scenario where Digg would be interrupted or shut down, we decided to
comply and remove the stories with the code.
But now, after seeing hundreds
of stories and reading thousands of comments, you’ve made it clear. You’d rather
see Digg go down fighting than bow down to a bigger company. We hear you, and
effective immediately we won’t delete stories or comments containing the code
and will deal with whatever the consequences might be.
If we lose, then what
the hell, at least we died trying.
I really think it is sad that with a womyn as beautiful as Messing that the size of her breasts would be an issue. If you are looking at her breasts I think you are missing what is clearly the most beautiful part of her body. She has an amazing face and great hair, if you want to see great breasts go find Pamela Anderson or Mary Carey (or whatever her name is now).
Topless pictures of Britney Spears have been all over the internet today, but are they really pictures of the young pop star? With the large glasses and hair tied back under a hat it brings into question that this might be someone who looks similar, and we will find out later this is a hoax. I wouldn't be surprised to find out that this is a hoax being put forward by Spears herself. After her little rant to X17, it seems in line with what she might do. Also remember when she admitted to taking bundles of clothes out in the yard to fool photographers and magazine publishers.
Note to all future American Idols, and their families. You should be aware by now that the media, the celebrity media and bloggers mostly, love to trash you. If you are going to be on American Idol you can expect that every little thing in your life is going to be posted on the internet and people will be paying attention. The news that is coming out about Sanjaya's mom being arrested for drugs is just the latest in a long string of examples. To be sure it isn't just American Idol, it is all the reality TV shows. It is as if we refuse to believe that the shows are real until we see that they and their families have the same problems we do.
In what seems to me to be a pointless exercise the UN has issued arrest warrants for suspects in connection with genocide crimes in Darfur. The UN is acting almost like Democrats by sending out warrants to a country that will not respond to them. The warrants are for a government minister and a former militia leader. Sudanese officials have responded, saying that they would not hand the pair over to face war crimes and crimes against humynity. The crimes in question are in relation to the murder of more than 200,000 people and the displacement of 2 million. The genocide is being carried out by militia groups that are widely believed to be supported by the government of Sudan. Sudanese officials deny assisting the groups commonly known as Janjaweed.
The bid by Rupert Murdoch for the Dow Jones Company owner of The Wall Street Journal and other properties, is not meeting with a friendly reception. The bid for $5 million is reportedly going to be voted down by more than 50 percent of the voting shares. A number of the shares are owned by the Bancroft family,which is said to have long disliked Murdoch's newspaper style. Murdoch is after the company to create a foundation for his own business news channel that he is planning on starting.
The Highway connector in Oakland that was destroyed by a fire resulting from the accident of a gasoline truck could re-open within 10 days. The ramp connecting two interstate freeways has been blocked since the accident on Sunday. The ramp will not need to be built from scratch, which means that it will be a shorter time to repair. The steel girders holding up the lower ramp were warped but not structurally damaged.
Kimberly Stewart was seen with other celebrities at the Coachella music festival in Palm Springs, Calif. Well we think that it was Kimberly Stewart, or maybe it was a clown that looked like the young Miss Stewart.
A wallet that was stolen from a sailor, Val Gregoire, on April 11, 1951 in Boston was found 56 years after it was taken. Gregoire's widow and five children had heard the story about the robbery from their father, it had become a legend in the family. When the wallet was found by a construction worker at Boston's Paramount Theater. The wallet had no money in it when it fell from the wall, but it did contain Gregoire's military ID, a copy of his birth certificate and more than a dozen photos.