Friday Morning Quick Hits



Hear That Sound? INXS shows Faith In Each Other and gets a Kick out of their New Sensation of a singer, Jumping to the Billboard charts for the first time in 13 years. Said to have shed Bitter Tears.

Elvis once grabbed Nipper the RCA dog on stage and loved him tender; audience all shook up when they notice Elvis’ big hunk o’ love.

Charlie Daniels insists that his song "The Devil went down to Georgia", which talks about the devil challenging a guy to a fiddling contest, doesn’t deal with Satan. hmm. "The devil went down to Georgia,he was lookin for some souls to steal…." Naw.…that’s got nothing to do with Satan…

Michael Keaton may play The Joker in the next "Batman" movie.  The circle is now complete.

Sylvester Stallone plans on making Rocky 6 at age 60. Says his opponent will either be senility or Alzheimers.

Lawsuit accuses Siegfried of drugging Roy against his will.  Roy claims innocence, says he’s Siegfried’s number one fan.

Spielberg has agreed to team up with EA for three video games.  Due up first: ET’s BMX 2007.

Target denies plans to sell sex toys; vows to continue to use non-possessive language in referring to the devices they deny selling.

TVgasm’s Lost Review: Never Put a Fat Guy in Charge of The Food



"For all those people out there that were constantly complaining that Lost wasn’t
answering any questions, and spinning its wheels about the big mystery,
after last week’s episode I think we can safely tell you all to talk to
the hand, cuz the face ain’t listening. In just two episodes into the
second season everything about the show had been turned upside down."

TVgasm sums up another episode of Lost that once again makes me wonder why I even bother watch the show.[TVgasm review]

You Can’t Blog This!



It seems that Mc Hammer visited the google office. I just wish I could have been there to hear him talking about blogging, rapping and all things googling. He truly is too legit to quit.[Flickr pictures]

Things that make you go ‘hmmm’



In a rare moment of clear thinking, Fox cancels "The Simple Life".

Tommy Lee injured during concert while playing "Girls Girls Girls",
immediately sent to "Dr. Feelgood" where he might have to spend some
time "Home, Sweet Home".

In a startling new breakthrough, scientists discover that exercise can make you thinner.  In other news, sky blue, water wet.

Prepare for the feel-good Broadway hit of the year with The Silence of
the Lambs: The Musical
. "It puts the lotion its skin/Or else it gets
the hose again!"

Thursday Morning Quick Hits



British actor who played Chewbacca is becoming an American citizen. Ideally in a trade that would send Mark Hamill to the UK.

MTV says it will mark the release of Madonna’s new album by actually playing a music video.

Brannon Braga insists he had nothing to do with Brent Spiner being on  his new soon-to-be-cancelled sci-fi TV show. In related news, Brannon Braga lies as badly as he makes sci-fi TV shows.

Tori Spelling starring in H.P. Lovecraft Cthulhu Mythos movie; yet another seal from Revelation breaks.

Spike Lee planning a documentary on Hurricane Katrina. George Bush  doesn’t care about black people making documentaries.

Regis and the Donald team up to sing "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer".Santa surrenders,and cries a little on the inside.

Great musicians have quirks: Beethoven – paranoia. Vivaldi – arrogance. Tchaikovsky – impetuosity. Bach – temper. Cardinals organist Ernie Hays - potty mouth.

Apple releases video iPods, allowing you to put an assortment of videos(porn) into the palm of your hand. Placement of other hand optional.

School district spends $6.8 million on new school, but can’t  afford $250,000 to build a road to it. Personally, I would have built the road first, but that’s just me…

18 wheeler loaded with chocolate loses its brakes! 18 wheeler loaded with peanut butter credited with quick action to avoid two great tastes that taste great together!

Michael Jackson wants everyone to know that he is ok, had his nails done, and is also a reincarnation of a knight that died 800 years ago.