According to Yahoo!, the Sex Pistols will not show up for their induction to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Here’s what John Lydon wrote (and scanned) to the Filth and the Fury:
Next to the SEX PISTOLS rock and roll and that hall of fame is a piss stain. Your museum. Urine in wine. Were not coming. Were not your monkey and so what? Fame at $25,000 if we paid for a table, or $15,000 to squeak up in the gallery, goes to a non-profit organisation selling us a load of old famous. Congratulations.
I love a load of old famous myself, but I respect his position.
It’s time once again to play everybody’s favorite online game revolving around celebrities and their blogs… Guess Who! I’m going to put a couple of lines from a celebrity blog, and you’re going to have to try to guess who said it. The answer is after the jump. So, you think you’re ready? Here we go:
Anyone can funk and go to war, we all got soldiers but it takes real
men to make peace. Peace may not sell these squares’ magazines but it
can save a community and bring prosperity to our people.
a) Rosie O’Donnell b) Serj Tankian (from System of A Down) c) Anderson Cooper d) MC Hammer
The lead singer of U2 has just been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize– which means he can finally wrap up all of his humanitarian work now that he’s got his point across. Bono, who’s worked tirelessly to prove to the world that he’s a great guy, deserves this medal more than competitors Rudolph Giuliani and Indonesian President Yudhoyono who have been preoccupied organizing peace deals in disaster-ravaged regions of the world.
The sound technicians who work at The View are some of the best in the business. But the other day, we caught a little mistake. Apparently, all the effects on the microhpones failed, and we heard what the women of The View actually sound like to the naked ear. We had to slow down the footage to catch the mistake. Enjoy.
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You know that song "So Sick" by Ne-Yo? (It’s that song that goes, "Gotta change my answering machine/Now that im alone/Cuz right now it says that we/Cant come to the phone" or something like that.) Well, the first nine thousand times I heard it, I thought it was the worst song I’d heard in a very long time. But through the magic of brainwashing, I officially like it now. I held out for a long time, but I finally went over to the other side when I heard it on some guy’s cellphone in the subway. I surrender, Ne-Yo. You win.