Paris Hilton: Liar!


March 17, 2008

RE: Paris Hilton’s New Show “Paris’ BFF,”

Hey Paris:
I will be your best friend.I will tell you that you are not a role-model to those teenage girls that love you.

I will tell you that having a new boyfriend and taking him to Vegas for weekend rather than taking him to Darfur or to help rebuild New Orleans’ impoverished Lower Ninth Ward, would be a better time well spent!

I will tell you that the best passage in the bible is “The Greatest of these is love -First Corinthians, Chapter 13.

I will show you several videos of yourself when you are 80 and wipe away your tears!

Nuff said!!!


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R.I.P. Mr Ledger :( :( :(

So sad

Actor Heath Ledger Found Dead

NEW YORK (CNN) — Actor Heath Ledger was found dead Tuesday of a possible drug overdose in a Lower Manhattan apartment, the New York Police Department said.

Heath Ledger was found dead in his Manhattan apartment.

The Academy Award nominated actor was 28.

“Pills were found in the vicinity of the bed,” police spokesman Paul Browne told CNN.

“This is being looked at as a possible overdose, but that is not confirmed yet.”

Ledger was found by a housekeeper who had gone to wake him for an appointment with a masseuse in the Soho apartment, Browne said.

He was declared dead at about 3:30 p.m., Browne said.

In 2005, the actor played Ennis Del Mar in “Brokeback Mountain,” about two cowboys who had a secret relationship.

The role earned him the Oscar nomination.

Ledger was born in Perth, Australia. He has a young daughter with actress Michelle Williams, his co-star in “Brokeback Mountain.”

“People say I’m the life of the party
Because I tell a joke or two
Although I might be laughing loud and hearty
Deep inside I’m blue
So take a good look at my face
You’ll see my smile looks out of place
If you look closer, it’s easy to trace
The tracks of my tears..
I need you, need you
Since you left me if you see me with another girl
Seeming like I’m having fun
Although she may be cute
She’s just a substitute
Because you’re the permanent one..
So take a good look at my face
You’ll see my smile looks out of place
If you look closer, it’s easy to trace
The tracks of my tears..
I need you, need you
Outside I’m masquerading
Inside my hope is fading
Just a clown oh yeah
Since you put me down
My smile is my make up
I wear since my break up with you..
So take a good look at my face
You’ll see my smile looks out of place
If you look closer, it’s easy to trace
The tracks of my tears”


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Help F.B.I. Solve the Enduring Mystery!

December 31, 2007 – FBI News Release

On a cold November night 36 years ago, in the driving wind and rain, somewhere between southern Washington state and just north of Portland, Oregon, a man calling himself Dan Cooper parachuted out of a plane he’d just hijacked clutching a bag filled with $200,000 in stolen cash.


Have any information on D.B. Cooper? Then e-mail us at

Who was Cooper? Did he survive the jump? And what happened to the loot, only a small part of which has ever surfaced?

It’s a mystery, frankly. We’ve run down thousands of leads and considered all sorts of scenarios. And amateur sleuths have put forward plenty of their own theories. Yet the case remains unsolved.

Would we still like to get our man? Absolutely. And we have reignited the case—thanks to a Seattle case agent named Larry Carr and new technologies like DNA testing.

You can help. We’re providing here, for the first time, a series of pictures and information on the case. Please look it all over carefully to see if it triggers a memory or if you can provide any useful information.


Left: During the hijacking, Cooper was wearing this black J.C. Penney tie, which he removed before jumping; it later provided us with a DNA sample. Right: Some of the stolen $20 bills found by a young boy in 1980.

A few things to keep in mind, according to Special Agent Carr:

* Cooper was no expert skydiver. “We originally thought Cooper was an experienced jumper, perhaps even a paratrooper,” says Special Agent Carr. “We concluded after a few years this was simply not true. No experienced parachutist would have jumped in the pitch-black night, in the rain, with a 200-mile-an-hour wind in his face, wearing loafers and a trench coat. It was simply too risky. He also missed that his reserve chute was only for training and had been sewn shut—something a skilled skydiver would have checked.”
* The hijacker had no help on the ground, either. To have utilized an accomplice, Cooper would’ve needed to coordinate closely with the flight crew so he could jump at just the right moment and hit the right drop zone. But Cooper simply said, “Fly to Mexico,” and he had no idea where he was when he jumped. There was also no visibility of the ground due to cloud cover at 5,000 feet.
* We have a solid physical description of Cooper. “The two flight attendants who spent the most time with him on the plane were interviewed separately the same night in separate cities and gave nearly identical descriptions,” says Carr. “They both said he was about 5’10” to 6′, 170 to 180 pounds, in his mid-40s, with brown eyes. People on the ground who came into contact with him also gave very similar descriptions.”

And what of some of the names pegged as Cooper? None have panned out. Duane Weber, who claimed to be Cooper on his deathbed, was ruled out by DNA testing (we lifted a DNA sample from Cooper’s tie in 2001). Kenneth Christiansen, named in a recent magazine article, didn’t match the physical description and was a skilled paratrooper. Richard McCoy, who died in 1974, also didn’t match the description and was at home the day after the hijacking having Thanksgiving dinner with his family in Utah, an unlikely scenario unless he had help.


One of the parachutes left behind by Cooper and the canvas bag it came in. Cooper asked for four chutes in all; he jumped with two (including one that was used for instruction and had been sewn shut). He used the cord from one of the remaining parachutes to tie the stolen money bag shut.

As many agents before him, Carr thinks it highly unlikely that Cooper survived the jump. “Diving into the wilderness without a plan, without the right equipment, in such terrible conditions, he probably never even got his chute open.”

Still, we’d all like to know for sure, and Carr thinks you can help.

“Maybe a hydrologist can use the latest technology to trace the $5,800 in ransom money found in 1980 to where Cooper landed upstream. Or maybe someone just remembers that odd uncle.”


This map was made to help investigators figure out where Cooper landed.

If you have any information:
please e-mail our Seattle field office at

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Whopper turns 50, could easily pass for 45


Burger King’s signature sandwich, the Whopper, turns 50 this year, as illustrated by a timeline that points out how little it’s evolved in 50 years. Hell, some of those original Whoppers might still be in circulation today.

This is a happy occasion for Burger King, because a wax facsimile of its “flame-broiled piece of perfection” will be added to the Madame Tussauds collection today.
Details on how the wax copy differs in taste or texture from the original were not available at press time.

Previous high points for the Whopper include Ellen DeGeneres’s consumption of one on stage back when she did stand-up (thereby making the Whopper America’s gayest sandwich).

Also, more Whoppers are eaten on New Year’s Eve than any other day (because you’re already drunk, so why not?).
Three cheers for the Whopper, and may those who eat it regularly last as long as it has. -by David Kiefaber

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I can’t believe I MISSED “Left-Handers’ Day”!!!!!

To the LEFT of the WORLD

UGH, I am a Leftie and I am sooooo upset I missed this day.
Left-handers go through a lot, such as:
-writing with your left hand, you get INK smudges a lot
-can openers, scissors…growing up my mom had to teach me how to use correctly
-in High School music class, I wanted to play the Ukulele, but my teacher, and I quote “I don’t have the time to teach a left hander”, made me learn to play….wait for it….RECORDER!

August 13th of each year is International Lefthanders’ Day.
It was begun in 1976 by the fellow who started Lefthanders’ International.

A study suggested that approximately 8 to 15% of the adult population was left-handed.

Chris McManus of University College London, argues that the proportion of left-handers is rising and left-handed people as a group have historically produced an above-average quota of high achievers. He says that left-handers’ brains are structured differently in a way that widens their range of abilities, and the genes that determine left-handedness also govern development of the language centers of the brain.

Studies indicate that left-handedness is more common in males than females.

A left-handed individual may be known as a southpaw.

*Leonardo da Vinci *Charlie Chaplin
*Michelangelo *Tom Cruise
*Mark Twain *Robert DeNiro
*David Byrne (Talking Heads) *Angelina Jolie
*Kurt Cobain (Nirvana) *Jerry Seinfeld
*Dick Dale (guitarist) *Dick Van Dyke
*Judy Garland *Bruce Willis
*Issac Hayes *Oprah
*Paul McCartney *Rachmaninoff
*Tiny Tim *Dan Aykroyd
*George Burns




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Universal Studios offers one fan a very McFly gift!


In conjunction with the upcoming closure of the “Back to the Future,” the studio has announced it is giving away one of the stainless steel 1981 DeLoreans that served as inspiration for Doc Brown’s flux capacitor-equipped time machines.

Christopher Lloyd, who starred in the “Back to the Future” films alongside Michael J. Fox, zoomed over to Universal Studios Hollywood earlier this month to announce the contest as the “Back to the Future – The Ride” plans to close its doors on Labor Day.

“Have your mechanic check the ‘flux capacitor” —Doc Brown


DeLorean to bring back car

The DeLorean, which was the famous gull winged car that featured in the Back to the Future movies, might get a second life. The DeLorean Motor Company is said to be making plans to bring the car back, and will only produce a limited number.

The DeLorean ended production back in 1982 in Northern Ireland, so although the car has not been in production for 25 years it still has a huge following. Over 9,000 of the vehicles were built, and out of that there are still 6,500 which are still on the road today.

Although the car did not sell enough to keep the company afloat, the DeLorean still lives on as it has cult status due to the car appearing in all three Back to the Future movies.

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Indy still HOT at 65


WOW Harrison Ford loooooking good
The pic show below of Harrison Ford in the chair, was taken by Steven Spielberg himself. Hubba hubba, Mr. Ford is still SEXY at 65!!

AND how cool is this?
Raiders’ Karen Allen joins Ford on Indy 4
GOOD ON YOU HOLLYWOOD! Who says Actresses over 40 have
a low shelf life? She looks great for 55!

***I was peeved when the newest Die Hard movie didn’t bring
back Bonnie Bedelia (played John McClane’s wife, Holly)

Indiana Jones 4 NEWS
Karen Allen is to reprise her role of Marion Ravenwood from RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK, for the in-production fourth INDIANA JONES movie.

Shia Labeouf, Cate Blanchett and Ray Winstone also star alongside Harrison Ford in the new movie.

Indiana Jones’s past love interests will feature in the new film. That would include Kate Capshaw from TEMPLE OF DOOM.



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