Tuesday, May 2, 2006

Bitchin' News (05/02)

  • Anna Nicole Smith wins right to fight for half husband’s fortune; high court ruling gives ex-dancer better odds in case. All nine Supreme Court justices sided with former Playboy centerfold Anna Nicole Smith on Monday and ruled she can continue to fight for a share of late husband’s huge estate. -Geesh, I’ve no luck. Where was I when this old senile idiot was giving out all that money to women with huge tits? Mine aren’t that big but they’re breastspectacular LOL. Surely I would have gotten at least a million or two for them! There is no justice in this world. *sob*
  • Google is fuming that Microsoft has included its MSN search engine in its new version of IE. The new version of the browser, which is currently in Beta, includes a search box in the upper-right corner which is set up to send users to Microsoft’s MSN search service. Google claims this puts Vole in an unfair position to grab web traffic and advertising dollars which should be heading its way. -Tsk, tsk, tsk. Microsoft seems to be a wee bit selfish and a lot stupid LOL. Surely there is a law against stuff like this! Oh, wait, I think they’ve already been prosecuted for it. *gasp* You’d think they’d learned their lesson by now!
  • Rarely has a film, however critically praised, promised so much agony for viewers. United 93 is 106 minutes of unrelenting pain with few precedents in cinematic history. And it raises questions about why we go to movies in the first place: Is it to be entertained? To be educated?
  • Heather Veitch, a tall, shapely blonde, made a career out of baring it all at strip clubs. Now when she walks in a club, it is just to deliver her naked truth about God. -Doesn’t everyone love these strippers turned to nuns stories? LOL Or is it just me?
  • Which blockbusters will soar, and which will prove box-office kryptonite? Blockbusters bound into theaters in May with appearances from the X-Men’s Wolverine, Mission: Impossible’s Ethan Hunt and The Da Vinci Code’s Robert Langdon—also known as Hugh Jackman, Tom Cruise and Tom Hanks. And let’s not forget a brand-new Superman in June in the guise of newcomer Brandon Routh. -BTW, saw “V for Vendetta” this weekend and really, really liked it! Looking forward to “The Da Vinci Code.” The book was ok, but the movie looks like it will be very good. We’ll see.
  • A Pakistani couple was released Saturday after serving five years in jail for adultery, their only crime having been to fall in love and get married. -I’m all against marriage, but this is taking it a tad too far! LOL
  • Clooney makes Time “most influential” list. Entertainers and world leaders share space on magazine’s top 100. -He’s surely influenced my sexual fantasies. *wink*
  • A new television reality show invites porn stars to test their serious acting abilities in London’s theater district, raising the question: Debbie can do Dallas, but can she take on Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard? -Harlot, I think the auditions for this reality TV show are still open. Hurry, you might still make it! LOL

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8 comment(s):

Blogger nica ha said...

You guys find the best news, I don't usually watch or read the news cause I think it's depressing, it's all usually who killed who and then we have to look at scary Bush's face *shudder*
I can't believe the one about the couple who got arrested, but it shows that if you truely love someone you'll go through anything for them.

5/02/2006 09:48:00 AM  

Blogger Harlot said...

I did! I auditioned!!! But, *sniff* fucking producers said i'm over qualified. *sob*

5/02/2006 10:10:00 AM  

Blogger lili808 said...

Love the site!!!

5/02/2006 03:27:00 PM  

Blogger Harlot said...

Thanks lili808, and welcome. :D Hope you visit us often!

5/02/2006 03:46:00 PM  

Anonymous 2nd Amdt said...

I have to give major kudos to Smith's attorneys for how they have manuevered this. As an attorney, and although I hate fishing expeditions, this is truly genious to pull a state issue (probate court - distributing the assets of a decedant - strictly a state law issue) in to federal court through bankruptcy. On the other hand, I do not like that the Supremes are ignoring the 10th amendment - jeopardizing the balance of state and federal power.

5/02/2006 10:21:00 PM  

Blogger Gun_Wielding_Bitch said...

I'm excited to see The Da Vinci Code. Tom Hanks is great and so was this book. Dan Brown did a GREAT job on Da Vinci Code and Angels and Demons. Digital Fortress was ok as well as Deception Point. Good author.

5/03/2006 10:26:00 AM  

Blogger lili808 said...

Oh, I've had you guys bookmarked for about a month now...you guys are hilarious!

5/03/2006 03:20:00 PM  

Blogger Vicious Trollop said...

I loved Angels and Demons, liked it far more than The Da Vinci Code, though I did think it was good.

Lili :D tks babe!!

5/03/2006 03:36:00 PM