Gary Glitter, singer of such famous songs as "Rock and Roll (Part 2)" and “Do You Wanna Touch Me? (Oh Yeah!),” faces up to seven years in a Vietnamese prison if found guilty of child molestation charges this week in southern Vietnam.
Glitter's downfall was triggered in 1997 when he brought his computer to be repaired and thousands of hard-core pornographic images of children were found.
He was convicted in Britain in 1999 of possessing child pornography and served half of a four-month jail term. He later went to Cambodia and in 2002 was expelled from that country, though Cambodian officials did not specify any crime or file charges.
This guy was kicked out of CAMBODIA. Do you have any idea what it takes to get kicked out of Cambodia? I don’t either. And frankly, I don’t want to know.
Sticks and stones may break your bones, but irony can be deadly!
Apparently we want to share our nuclear technology with India even though they won’t sign the agreement that says “We won’t make apocalyptic bombs.” I don’t know, I don’t really understand the technicalities. I just really wanted to post that picture.
Obviously Scott Stapp still has no idea that he sucks.
Lionel Tate, who beat and stomped a little girl to death when he was 12, pleaded guilty Wednesday to robbing a pizza delivery man last spring and could be sent back to prison for up to 30 years.
All I have to say is: Worst. Appositive. Ever.
First of all, is there a single person out there who doesn’t believe that David Arquette has spent every penny these two have and is now forcing Courtney back to work so they can pay the mortgage?
Second – why does Courtney Cox always look stoned? Is it the plastic surgery? Or is that just the “What happened, I used to have such a good life” face? Either way, it’s definitely the look of a woman who wakes up every morning to a tall glass of vodka and orange juice while watching “Friends” on DVD.
It would have to be one hell of a fancy screw cap.
Amateur filmmaker David Lehre first screened his short film "MySpace: The Movie" about a month ago at his 21st birthday party.
What would be the best joke here?
“Not to be confused with . . .”
a. “ . . . Friendster: An Aftershool Special”
b. “ . . . Cold Case Files: Craigslist”
c. “ . . . A Hallmark Special Event: Suicide Girls”
You’re right, they all suck. But so does the movie.
I’m not one to brag, but with the right amount of tuna – yes, you can.
(And yes, I just wanted to post the picture.)