Bookmark This Blog!!!
Click CTRL D

Thursday, August 04, 2005

Thou shall not wear Naomi's dress

Italian-American actress Yvonne Scio is suing supermodel Naomi Campbell for assaulting her for wearing a similar dress.

According to Contactmusic.com, Scio told police that she was rushed to hospital, after her friend of 12 years punched and kicked her at the Eden Hotel in Rome.

She is filing a lawsuit against Campbell, claiming she is bed-ridden and will be out of work until she has recovered from her serious injuries.


Man caught stealing ladies undies from laundry room

Rusty Wayne Sills, 46, of Des Moines, was charged Thursday with fifth-degree theft for allegedly stealing women's panties, bras and socks from the laundry room at the Sun Prairie Apartments, said Lt. Jeff Miller, police spokesman.

When police searched Sills' home, they found hundreds of pieces of ladies lingerie -- and shoes. Miller said he did not know if Sills wore the stolen items.

Is he married or not?


Tube slammed "Mind The Bombs"

Tube bosses have slammed a sick new Internet game where virtual suicide bombers blow themselves up on the London Underground. In the twisted game - called Mind The Bombs - terrorists have boarded trains and you have to stop them carrying out their missions by defusing the explosives.

If you fail, the fanatics - shown travelling around the London on the famous Tube map - blow themselves to smithereens just like on 7/7.

Smoke pours from the carriages and ambulance sirens can be heard in a chilling reminder of the terror attacks which killed 52 people.
The game has outraged Tube bosses who are on high alert following the recent wave of attacks and the attempted bombings of 21/7.

What sick mind came up with this at the board meeting?


Wednesday, August 03, 2005

Michael Jackson -- exiled?

A published report hints that the pop star may move to Bahrain.

Undated -- Ever since his acquittal on child molestation charges, there's been talk that Michael Jackson is shopping around for a new country to call home. A published report is hinting that the home the pop star may have settled upon is in Bahrain.


Woman sells favors to elderly men -- on discounts

Police charged a 19-year-old woman with selling sexual favors to two elderly men for $4 and $6 each. Stacy L. Kendall, 71-year-old William R. Claypool and 83-year-old Carmen A. Nocera were arrested just outside New Castle on Friday.

Claypool paid Kendall $4 for a sexual favor and Nocera paid $6, police said.

Shenango Township police Chief Allan Nocera said the arrests occurred during a police sweep of an area where residents recently had complained of drugs, sex trafficking and gunfire.


Batman wannabe breaks in an Eagle County home

Eagle County Sheriff's deputies were called to the Singletree subdivision Friday night in response to a report of a person dressed as Batman entering a home.

According to Kim Andree, spokeswoman for the sheriff's office, the individual is a 14-year-old boy who adapted the guise of the fictional crime fighter.

"He believes he's on a mission to help people get off drugs," Andree said. "He really believes he's helping. I think the family is working on getting him some assistance."


Tuesday, August 02, 2005

Relieve stress - torture your boss

Bosses eh?

Can't live with 'em
Can't brutally torture 'em

Until now

Upload your own pic of your boss or choose one of the idiots provided. Then grab a weapon and get medieval on that muther. It's way more satisfying than a stress ball.


Celebrity identification game

I need your help. About half an hour ago someone sent me a photo of someone he said is a well-know man. You cannot see all of his face, but I would really like to know the name of this celebrity


It's National Anal Sex Month -- Are you ready?

For the last three years, the Good Vibrations sex toy shop in San Francisco has celebrated August as "Anal Sex month" because, as spokeswoman Niki Khanna says, "the month has a lot of A's."

Khanna believes having a whole month dedicated to anal sex means people aren't as touchy about the subject as in years past.

However, she says the big challenge is convincing people that the activity doesn't "...have to involve penetration. Some people just like being touched on the tip."