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The Fall’s Mark E. Smith Keeps Rock Curmudgeonliness Alive
“We were playing a festival in Dublin the other week. There was this other group like, warming up in the next sort of chalet, and they were terrible. I said ‘shut them cunts up.’”
Gets Rejected, For Once
Ali gets rejected by Frank. Boom!
Lady Gaga Versus the Westboro Baptist Church
Ahh! Real monsters tried to mess with the little monsters.
Snooki Sucker-Puncher in Search of a New Job
Brad Ferro, 24, is about to be fired.
Tonight Lego Is Gonna Prohibit the Use of Its Product in a DVD Tonight
The cruel masters at Lego have denied Spinal Tap permission to use video of their figures on an upcoming DVD, just because of a joke about statutory rape.
Lead Singer of Sloan Injured in Hit-and-Run Accident
Fortunately, Chris Murphy is expected to make a full recovery.
Benicio Del Toro’s
Cameo Spoiled by Pop Band
In a blog post, Rooney unwittingly revealed a heretofore-unannounced appearance by Del Toro in Sofia Coppola’s new movie.
World’s Richest Internet Company Not Wasting Money on Art
Some illustrators are bristling over a request from Google to provide artwork free of charge for the company’s upcoming web browser. But others said yes!
Brooklyn Man Bogarts Sufjan Stevens Song
Want to hear it? You’ll have to go to his apartment.
Says Chris Brown: “All the blog sites are liars.”
Marvel Announces 2008 Earnings
They could probably pay Mickey Rourke more than $250,000 for ‘Iron Man 2.’
David Fincher Just Going Around Smacking People
The director ‘hit [former Paramount chief John] Goldwyn in the chest with his hand and hurt him and said, ‘That’s for you, for not greenlighting the movie when you had a chance.’
the best part
Hollywood Comes to Grips With the iPhone
The best line from today’s
piece revealing that many Hollywood types, flush with techno-envy, may buy iPhones despite the fact that they aren’t compatible with company e-mail systems: