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Saturday, August 30, 2003
iTunes Music Store. Facelife for a corrupt industry.
"With iTunes I don't feel guilty when I download music -Apple and the record labels handle the screw job for me"
A site devoted to changing the music industry's system of artist compensation, themed after the Apple iTunes page.
Thursday, August 28, 2003
Fart costs bank 100,000 dollars
"After the fart and the following shouting, Andervass and his colleague were called in to a meeting with their boss in the national bank."
Andervass was fired (the fartee), sued the bank and won.
Put The Star Wars Kid in Episode III Petition
While you are reading and probably laughing about the star wars kid, try to do something good and sign the petition to put him in Episode III or find a site to donate some money. You can buy t shirts to support him here
Saga of the 'Star Wars Kid'
Seems like the general media has picked up on the star wars kid phenomena. Assuming the kid is a minor why is it the media mention his name? The question is can a website such as http://www.starwarskid.com
be allowed to make money off this? Shouldn't they get sued as well?
Wednesday, August 27, 2003
Mom's gone wild details
The smoking gun has the police complaint that was filed. It mentions that the mother offered the kids prescription drugs, was drunk while driving at a high rate of speed, and repeatedly touched the boys in their pants, licked their faces, and showed her breasts and wanted to be spanked.
Birthday Party Gone
"In the room, the woman gave the boys beer, gave them $1 bills, told them she wanted to be a stripper and asked them to put the money in her bra and panties, police said. She also exposed herself and asked the boys to spank her, police said. "
Tuesday, August 26, 2003
Smelly Employee Fuels Hygiene Policy
The definition of body odor was left intentionally vague. City Councilman Toby Gilley said the standard would be the same one a U.S. Supreme Court justice used to identify pornography.
"We'll know it when we see it," Gilley said. "We'll know it when we smell it."
Sunday, August 24, 2003
Fox Loses Bid to Stop Sale of Al Franken Book (washingtonpost.com)
Fox Lawyer:"To me, it's quite ambiguous as to what the message is," she said. "It's a deadly serious cover ... This is much too subtle to be considered a parody."
"There are hard cases and there are easy cases. This is an easy case," said U.S. District Judge Denny Chin. "This case is wholly without merit both factually and legally."
"Parody is a form of artistic expression protected by the First Amendment. The keystone to parody is imitation. Mr. Franken is clearly mocking Fox," said Chin.