"RIAA chief says illegal song-sharing
- I believe he's the same guy who did
President Bush's "Mission Accomplished"
"The Pornographers vs. The Pirates. Smut
giants are showing mainstream Hollywood how to
The famous non-PC signs at:
Casa D' Ice - North Versailles, Pa
Golden Fisherman update!
Biloxi's one-ton statue found in Mobile
Urban Legends Reference Pages: e-mail worm
(New Graphic Site)
Super Chicken vs Salvador Rag Dolly
"Power outage in Beaver fixed, but squirrel
was beyond repair "
Top Ten Things You Don't Want To Hear On
"Top Ten Secrets Found In Al-Zarqawi's Safe
- Osama's been staying at a Red Roof Inn
in Tulsa for over two years
- iPod packed with nothing but Tony
Orlando and Dawn
- According to his will, he left
everything to the Boys and Girls Club of
- The song "Rhinestone Cowboy" always made
- High school yearbook shows he was voted
"Most likely to start a Jihad"
Curse you, Ghost Whisperer.
"Actress JENNIFER LOVE HEWITT is thrilled her
new US TV show GHOST WHISPERER is a hit
because it means she doesn't have to bare her
famous breasts on the big screen."
Police force Daryl Hannah out of a tree
- Sigh. Here is what really happened with
that property. In 1986 the city took the
land from Ralph Horowitz through the process
of eminent domain, in order to build a giant
incinerator and recycling plant. Various
environmental and community groups blocked
that development. Horowitz then went to
court and argued that he should get his land
back, since it was eminent domained for a
purpose that was abandoned. After many, many
years, the courts finally ruled, quite
correctly, that he was right. A government
cannot take away someone's property just
because it feels like it. Not yours, not
mine, not Horowitz's. If the city wasn't
going to build the incinerator, then it had
no right to take the land. In a very real
sense, the return of the property to the
owner was a triumph of justice and of the
individual over the blind government.
- Here's the problem. The city of Los
Angeles, thinking it owned the land legally,
designated it for other use. Being the
financial geniuses that they are, they
managed to earn a whopping one dollar per
year from the valuable property by allowing
its use by a food bank. The City sold it to
the harbor authority, which just ignored it
for years, and allowed the gardeners to
develop their project.
- Along comes Horowitz, now the rightful
owner again, and says that the farmers have
to leave. The city authorities have no
choice but to enforce his rights.
- But the garden is a wonderful little
oasis in the midst of an area which needs
green space. Most people seem to feel it
should be preserved more or less as it is
instead of being converted to more ugly
- There is a solution. For some reason,
all the high-powered celebrities seem to
have ignored it. The developer is willing to
sell the property (well, 3/4 of it) back to
the farming co-op for $16 million dollars.
Instead of perching in trees and defying the
law in a quixotic and hopeless protest, the
celebrities could do something which would
really work - they merely need to help the
gardeners raise $16 million dollars. Or get
together and loan them the money personally.
Or co-sign for a bank loan!
Robert Kennedy claims that Bush stole the 2004
election, and Colbert pretends to disagree.
- Colbert did ask a very ballsy question,
but he then let Kennedy get by with a bullshit
- Colbert asked, "Which was easier - for
Bush to steal Ohio in 2004 or for your Uncle
Jack to steal Illinois in 1960?"
- Kennedy responded that both were wrong, but
Ohio swung the election, while JFK would
still have won the election if he had lost
- Colbert let that slide, but his correct
response should have then been, "But
Illinois was not the only state JFK stole.
The Democrats stole both Texas and Illinois,
and that combination DID swing the
- Colbert was on the verge of raising an
excellent point. It may be true that
President Bush stole the 2004 election from
John Kerry (I have not studied this, but it
certainly seems possible), but it is
certainly ironic that it has become a
crusade for a guy whose Uncle Jack stole the
1960 election by out-tricking ol' Tricky
Stephen Colbert puts U.S. News and World
Report editor-in-chief Mort Zuckerman on
Colbert's "Tip o' the Hat, Wag o' the Finger"
Jon Stewart talks about the World Cup
Jon Stewart talks to Thomas Friedman of the
New York Times
The Daily Show reflects on the al-Zarqawi
DAILY SHOW: The Zarq-man's successor.
"A top-level al Qaeda executive gets the
corner cave and key to executive rape room."
Jon Stewart looks at the Zarqawi autopsy
FilmJerk.com - The Early Report for June 12
Welcome to my vintage sex photo diary & pic
A&E to air the Rock, Paper, Scissors
championship on June 17th
The Weekend Warrior's predictions for the
- There are four new releases this week,
and he slots them in 2-3-4-5, with none of
them strong enough to unseat Cars.
- The top twelve did $129.5m last year,
and his predictions call for about an 18-19%
improvement over that. If accurate, that
result will represent a step above the level
of the last five weeks, none of which have
included double-figure improvement. His
total does seem reasonable, in that it is
just a hair higher than last week's actual.
- My observation has been that weeks with
many new entries are usually disappointing
compared to weeks with a real powerhouse
- The wild card for this week is Al Gore's
movie, which expands to 500 theaters and
could sneak onto the leaderboard.
This week's movie (about 3000 screens):
Lake House - 50% positive reviews.
- Mixed reviews, tending toward positive.
Ebert and Roeper gave it two thumbs up.
Variety and Hollywood Reporter were
unenthusiastic, but they did offer some
Six clips from The Lake House, an offbeat
new romantic comedy with Keanu and Sandra
GALLON OF GAS FETCHES RECORD PRICE AT
SOTHEBY'S ... Collectors Shun Picassos,
Snap Up Petroleum
The Chosen One's t-shirt sends disciples into
a fashion frenzy
McCartney's wife to sue tabloid over
He's definitely ready for the NBA.
Ex-Duke star Redick charged with drunken
Larry the Cable Guy before he learned cable
Keep Screech from being homeless in Wisconsin
5 Things That Automatically Make A Man A Loser
The Ugly Concept Vehicles Of The Near Future
Uwe Boll Challenges Tarantino and his critics.
- Director/nutcase Uwe Boll wants to beat
the crap out of his critics in a boxing
Transparent Screen Illusion
- The webmaster says: "I really have no
idea how this guy managed to make his laptop
transparent, even when he keeps moving it!"
Leno to host Carlin and Coulter on Wednesday
URL says it all:
- Here is their self-description: "A HUGE
free resource for those who love naturally
big breasts. The Big Breast Archive
celebrates the beauty of large natural
breasts: retro and modern. It's completely
free and guarantees you a high-quality
surfing experience: no popups, no blind
links, no silicone tits and no tasteless
No, really. There is absolutely nothing gay
about this lobby card of Superman.
Yellow asterisk: funny (maybe). White asterisk: expanded format.
Blue asterisk: not mine. No asterisk: it probably sucks.
Thinking XXX (2004)
Thinking XXX was originally an HBO special, and documents a photo shoot by
Timothy Greenfield-Sanders using a very large format camera. His subjects?
Thirty porn stars. His goal was to produce an art show and a book, with a
fully dressed and a naked shot of each star in the same pose. In between
shots, the stars talk about the industry, and are refreshingly candid. There
are also interviews with the likes of John Waters, Gore Vidal and Nancy
Everyone shows everything except Jenna Jameson, who only shows her breasts.
This list of women includes:
May Ling Su
The new DVD is an expanded version of the HBO special, and contains more
nudity than even I have the patience to capture. I have included the final
stills of each woman, and a few collages of mega star Jenna Jameson, and
veteran porn queen Nina Hartley. These will give you an idea of the DVD
IMDb readers say 5.6. There are several varied reasons why you might want
to watch this DVD. Obviously, there is a lot of flesh, both young and
historical. Some of the insights into the porn industry are interesting. The
antique large format camera used for the final images is amazing, and watching
the photographer and his assistants at work is of great interest to those
interested in photography. I suppose the genre is documentary, and this is a
C-, not of general interest, but fascinating for some.
Got 18 more collages and a mess o' clips of Dahlia Grey
in "Wet" (1998). She is joined, in a most active way, by
Avalon, the nom de porn of Tracy Ryan, aka Tracy
Film clips (1,
“Giulia” is a 60 min. film “presented by” Tinto Brass and written/directed
by Roy Stuart.
It seems that Giulia (Polish Anna Bielska, credited as Anna Biella) is a
dance student. She tells her mother (played by Tina Aumont) she’ll go to Rome.
They have an argument. Giulia goes to Rome and wanders around, in cathedrals
and various monuments. She performs in a live sex show. Then we see her having
lesbian sex with a girlfriend. See visits her dance teachers’ apartment. There
she has sex with a man. Then we see some more monuments and churches and some
more naked Giulia.
Shot on video, the film tries to be atmospheric using smoke, shadows,
hand-held camera work and annoying “rock” music (Bielska provided most of the
vocals too). It’s all very pretentious and boring but the main attraction is
Anna Bielska in some good explicit sex scenes. Apparently Roy Stuart
specializes in amateur porn films and leg fetish photo books. He has a website
and sells his stuff (roystuart.net).
1) Hey Scoopy,
people have told me that Tina Aumont has posed in hardcore photo shoots for
magazines. Have you seen/do you know anything about that?
I'm not sure. It depends on your definition of hardcore. I have seen some
pictures of her posed with her legs spread, with not much visible through a massive
thicket of pubes. Celebrity Sleuth ran a few samples way back in 1991. Is this what you mean?
If not, then I have never heard of her having done
anything more explicit than that. Maybe some of our readers can weigh in on this
2) Do you think
you can post a link to my free site?
Dann reports on Mr. Hell
flick from 2006 will be enjoyable to horror fans; others won't like it
Mr. Hell, a janitor working in a
biological weapons lab, kills people for fun and takes their eyes to get
their souls. He kills a lab scientist in front of the guy's daughter
before being dissolved in a vat of corrosive acid.
Twelve years later, the daughter has grown
up to become a security guard at the same lab. Two idiot workers
accidentally spill some stored chemical waste and, in the process, release
Mr. Hell's remains. Naturally, he starts killing again.
For fans of bloody (and somewhat lame)
Pat's comments in yellow...
Oklahoma Gov. Brad Henry signed into law a new bill that lists items deemed
"harmful to minors," which categorizes video games with "inappropriate violence"
alongside hardcore pornography. The new law covers any game that "lacks serious
literary, scientific, medical, artistic or political value," trivializes the
seriousness of real violence, uses violence to shock or stimulate or as the
entire plot, glorifies torture or excessive weaponry, or depicts lead characters
who resort to violence freely. The law makes it a felony to sell, rent or
display such games to minors, and they must be kept hidden away, like porn.
* They will join drugs, porn, cigarettes and booze as
things that minors can't possibly obtain.
* Actually, it only applies to games whose plot and
characters depend solely on mindless, excessive violence, which pretty much
means every game since Donkey Kong.
Oregon State University researchers discovered that xanthohumol, a compound
found in the hops in beer, may help prevent prostate cancer, but you'd have to
drink 17 beers a day to get enough to do any good
Woo-hoo! I'm not getting prostate cancer!
...This explains why there are so few prostate cancer cases on