Friday, February 25, 2005

The World Had No Need For A Fred Durst Sex Video. None.

Somebody's Working Like A Horse To Be The Top Douchebag of 2005 Jeff-Jimmy-Joshua Gannon now has a blog, to defend himself and provide a forum for his side of the story. A little bit of shame would be alot for this male prostitute/imposter journalist/gay porn internet magnate/White House plant/leaker of classified information.

What's A Decent Article Doing In The LA Times? No way Patrick J. McDonnell and Paul Richter; if you remember correctly, the President said back in 2002 that we would use false claims of WMDs to launch a unilateral invasion of Iraq to fascilitate an Islamic theocracy that was both cold to us and warm to Iran at the cost of thousands of US lives and hundred of billions of dollars. We're WAY in-focus.

Douchebag Deathmatch Showdown! Who do you root for in this situation: Rabbi Shmuley Boteach vs. PETA? Is both groups ritualistically killing themselves in accordance to Kosher law too much to hope for?

That's What You Get For Singing About Your "Goodies"
Best urban legend I've heard in awhile... "I have been hearing from many people that the hip-hop artist Ciara used to be a man and had to have a sex change. Even more, I heard that she stated it on nation televison!" "I have heard a rumor that the R&B star, Ciara, was born male. That he/she decided that he wanted to be a female at the age of 5, and his mother let him grow his hair out. I was told that he had surgury, so he no longer has a penis. and apparently he/she was on Oprah having an in depth converstation about it, along with discussing it in a magazine article."

Blurring The Line Between Urban Legend And Corrupt Business Practices "A US woman is suing Hewlett Packard, saying its printer ink cartridges are secretly programmed to expire on a certain date. The unnamed woman from Georgia says that a chip inside the cartridge tells the printer that it needs re-filling even when it does not. The lawsuit seeks to represent anyone in the US who has purchased an HP inkjet printer since February 2001. HP, the world's biggest printer firm, declined to comment on the lawsuit."

To Boldly Waste One's Life At least it's for a worthwhile cause! "Fans of the Star Trek: Enterprise TV show are protesting the show's cancellation with street demonstrations in Los Angeles, New York, Washington, London and Tel Aviv. Trekkies are holding rallies worldwide on Friday to bring attention to their cause. Rallies will be held at the Paramount studios in Los Angeles and at the offices of CBS and the Sci-Fi channel in New York. Additional rallies are set for the local Fox affiliate in Washington, D.C., the offices of the BBC and Channel 4 in London, and at Tel Aviv University in Israel."

-The Sikh Geek