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Lindsay Lohan Off To Meet Women And Kids In India

December 8th, 2009 | 3 comments | Posted by Diana

Reports today have stated that Lindsay Lohan will be traveling to India for the BBC, to shoot a documentary on trafficking of women and children in the impoverished country.

Lohan: Helping the children

Lohan: Helping the children

Lohan’s credits include The Parent Trap, Herbie Fully Loaded and I Know Who Killed Me. This will be her first documentary project.

In other affairs, BBC News released a report in 2007 entitled, “India’s Elite Cocaine Users.”

[ Lindsay Lohan Reportedly Set TO Film A Documentary In India]


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ROCK OF ASIAN: Royal Pirates

March 18th, 2009 | 0 comments | Posted by Diana

As you may already know, I’m a big fan of the new Britney album, and I’m not sorry about it. Not one bit. In fact, I’m rocking out to “Piece of Me,” right this very minute.”

So it’s no surprise that I would have a soft spot in my icy little heart for any artist so enchanted by the crazywoman’s new songs that they would perform a cover–even a band with otherwise questionable habits, like citing My Chemical Romance as an influence.

Royal Pirates, a duo of cute Korean guys that apparently operate out of both SoCal and SeoulKo, is that kind of band–a nü-emo, sentimental-thrash sort.

But, hell, after listening to their exquisite cover of Spears’s track, “Circus,” they can make all of the crappy emo-rock-core-pop they want, and I won’t hate. All is forgiven.

Thanks, Ted!

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Parental Emulasian

October 6th, 2008 | 0 comments | Posted by Diana

Listen, I’ll admit it. Every time I look at Angelina with her brood of cutest children ever, my uterus starts to quake a little. And I’m not really into kids, quite frankly–they seem way too easy to break, and they always need to be fed Cheerios or mac ‘n cheez, and they always ask questions like “Why? But why? But why? But why?”–and once they’re three, they’re only a decade away from being a teenager with a cell phone/belly ring/penchant for HATING YOU. Blegh.

But look at those little elbow patches on Pax! How can they be ignored? Just one glance at his soft little nose and Zahara’s cute lips and Maddox’s furrowed brow makes me want to start collecting children like Limoges boxes. I think it happens to us all, and I simply can’t fault us for it.

But sometimes these things take a downhill spiral. Take Lindsay Lohan, for instance, who recently told Marie Claire, “At some point … I want to adopt a kid … A child in need or a newborn from another country. I’m not sure yet.”

Um, BAD IDEA. HUGELY BAD IDEA. At the very least, I must warn all the little baby orphans in y’know, like, other countries–at least Vietnam–to cover their heads and RUN. By all assumptions, Lohan could be casting a very wide net.


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Blame Jackoff

August 24th, 2007 | 0 comments | Posted by Jen

Three teens in aptly-named Rogue River, Oregon, are facing felony charges of burglary, theft, and vandalism. Oh, and retahdation. The three boys, ages 15 to 16, fancied themselves Ninjas and, as the purpley prose of one local Oregonian paper described, they “graduated to burglary after skulking across rooftops and ghosting through people’s yards at night.” You can check out one of the perps’ MySpace pages here–from which I gathered this pic:

“Demented and sad, but social.”

The best part of the story is that Rogue River’s police chief Ken Lewis, had this to say about who was to blame for the boys’ crime spree, “I think they watched too many Jackie Chan movies and got caught up in the fantasy.”

We always said that Jackoff was a bad influence.

Click here to read full story.


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Bad Influence

July 27th, 2007 | 0 comments | Posted by Diana

Hmm, that’s bizarre. A tribe of matching Asian girls dancing mindlessly popped up in España band Dover’s video for “Keep On Moving.” I can’t imagine why.

Maybe they’ve been taking a cue from a little slaveholder somebody we know:

Just a thought!

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