Wednesday, October 25, 2006

Don't Friend This Fucker...

via MetroWest Daily News

Police say Myspace tiff led to biting

FRAMINGHAM -- A Framingham man angry that his ex-girlfriend removed him as a friend from her Web page, repeatedly bit, punched and then choked her on the weekend, police said.

Michael Magrath, 19, told police he did not punch the woman Saturday, but said he bit her and put his hands on her throat, but it was all in jest, police spokesman Lt. Paul Shastany said.

He also did not deny he destroyed her laptop computer, worth more than $2,000, Shastany said.

"The victim had gone to see her ex-boyfriend and they were looking at Myspace, when he discovered she had removed him from her Myspace Web page," said Shastany. "He became very angry and he bit her on the arm, threw her on the bed, punched her in the face and began to choke her." is a social networking Web site. People can invite "friends" to their page, which allows them to send messages back and forth.

The victim, who police did not name, said Magrath was finally pulled off the girl by his roommate, Shastany said.

Still angry, Magrath punched his ex-girlfriend’s laptop computer, smashing the screen portion of the computer.

The woman left and went straight to the police station, where she made her report. Officers went to the apartment and arrested Magrath.

"He said they were joking around about the Myspace page," said Shastany. "He said he bit her on the arm and put his hands around her neck, but it was a joke. He said he punched the computer, but he never hit her."

Magrath of 330 Hollis St. was charged with assault and battery and the malicious destruction of property worth more than $250.

Magrath was released without bail after his Framingham District Court arraignment yesterday. He is due back in court on Nov. 29 for a pretrial conference

Tupac Ain't On This List Because That Fucker Is Still Alive!

via AP

Cobain Tops List of Richest Dead Celebs

NEW YORK - Twelve years after his death, Kurt Cobain is making millions upon millions. He's even richer than the King.

Cobain, who raked in an estimated $50 million between October 2005 and October of this year, has edged Elvis Presley from the No. 1 spot on's list of "Top-Earning Dead Celebrities."

Presley, who sat atop the list each year since its debut in 2001, ranks second with earnings of $42 million. Presley died in 1977.

He's followed by Charles M. Schulz, John Lennon, Albert Einstein, Andy Warhol, Dr. Seuss (Theodor Geisel), Ray Charles, Marilyn Monroe, Johnny Cash, J.R.R. Tolkien, George Harrison and Bob Marley.

Cobain, lead singer of grunge-rock band Nirvana, committed suicide in 1994. In March, his widow, rocker Courtney Love, sold 25 percent of Nirvana's song catalog to Primary Wave Music Publishing.

Thanks to the deal, Cobain's music will be heard on CBS' "CSI: Miami," Forbes said, and could also be used in commercials for eco-friendly products.

Forbes said the celebrities on the list collectively earned $247 million in the past year. The list was posted on the Web site Tuesday.

What. An. Asshole.

via IMDb

Limbaugh Blasts Parkinson's Sufferer Fox for "Acting"

Controversial radio host Rush Limbaugh has slammed actor Michael J. Fox for "acting" his way through a new campaign ad for his favorite politician. The Parkinson's Disease sufferer is seen frantically shaking as he urges voters to consider Missouri Democratic Senate candidate Claire McCaskill in the TV spot. McCaskill shares Fox's hopes for a cure for Parkinson's Disease, and is a strong advocate of embryonic stem cell research. But right-wing radio pundit Limbaugh is far from convinced the Back To The Future star was being honest in the tough-to-watch TV ad, accusing him of faking his condition. He says, "Either he didn't take his medication or he's acting... He's exaggerating the effects of the disease. This is the only time I have ever seen Michael J. Fox portray any of the symptoms of the disease he has. This is really shameless of Michael J. Fox." In his radio rant, which aired on Monday, Limbaugh continued "I will bigly (sic), hugely admit that I was wrong, and I will apologize to Michael J. Fox if I am wrong in characterizing his behavior on this commercial as an act, especially since people are telling me they have seen him this way on other interviews and in other television appearances. Michael J. Fox is using his illness as a way to mislead voters into thinking that their vote for a single United States senator has a direct impact on stem cell research in Missouri. It doesn't, and it won't."


First of all - Look, even if it was true, he still HAS the disease you fucking asshole. Perhaps when he has made appearances in the past where you think he hasn't been showing the horrible effects of this disease, that THAT was the acting? Perhaps having to tax his body to it's limits to maintain an outward appearance of normalcy to make appearances, is in fact, the fictional part of his disease? So that when you see him in a rare TV or film role or appearance now, you can simply enjoy his acting or interview, and not be distracted by his Parkinson's you fuck hat.

Second - Are you seriously tellingly your rabidly political fan base that the result of one election doesn't mean shit. Good. I hope they blindly follow your advice and stay home on election day (or choose not to mail in their absentee ballots). For the record, Michael is appearing in several spots, in many states, in key races. But thanks for looking into the full facts fuck pants.

Third - Better get your apology bib out and tie it on fuck shoes, because your statement better come swift, be as sincere as you can possibly make it be, and have a check attached with a hefty donation to Parkinson's research.

Saturday, October 21, 2006

Nice One. Who Sues Who Here?

Pan's Labyrinth
Dec 29th, 2006

Jan 12th, 2007
20th Century Fox

Thursday, October 19, 2006

Better Baseball Player...

Big Bird...

...0r Chewbacca

Wednesday, October 18, 2006

We Are Fucked As A Society Folks

Look at this shit. Are you fucking kidding me?!

via AP Wire

Mass. Elementary School Bans Tag

ATTLEBORO, Mass. - Tag, you're out! Officials at an elementary school south of Boston have banned kids from playing tag, touch football and any other unsupervised chase game during recess for fear they'll get hurt and hold the school liable.

Recess is "a time when accidents can happen," said Willett Elementary School Principal Gaylene Heppe, who approved the ban.

While there is no districtwide ban on contact sports during recess, local rules have been cropping up. Several school administrators around Attleboro, a city of about 45,000 residents, took aim at dodgeball a few years ago, saying it was exclusionary and dangerous.

Elementary schools in Cheyenne, Wyo., and Spokane, Wash., also recently banned tag during recess. A suburban Charleston, S.C., school outlawed all unsupervised contact sports.

"I think that it's unfortunate that kids' lives are micromanaged and there are social skills they'll never develop on their own," said Debbie Laferriere, who has two children at Willett, about 40 miles south of Boston. "Playing tag is just part of being a kid."

Another Willett parent, Celeste D'Elia, said her son feels safer because of the rule. "I've witnessed enough near collisions," she said.

Nerf Is Really Starting To Scare The Shit Out Of Me

Remember when they were happy just making balls?

Nerf Longshot