Archive for the ‘internet’ Category

eHarmony’s Crazy Cat Lady

June 11, 2011

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SEE, DRUGGING YOUR KID CAN PAY OFF BIG TIME

June 30, 2010

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The YouTube video entitled “David After Dentist” has been one of the most popular in YouTube history. The video shows a heavily drugged 7-year-old named David DeVore following the oral surgery he had during a trip to a dentist.

The video had received more than 3 million hits within four days. There  is now even a marketing site for “David After Dentist” where you can buy t-shirts etc.

Gawker.com points out that Druggie David has made his parents about $150,000 so far-over 100 grand of that from YouTube profit sharing.

AWESOME! OZZIE GUILLEN OPENS TWITTER ACCOUNT

February 24, 2010

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Prediction: This isn’t going to turn out well. Profane Chicago White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen just opened up a Twitter account.

PAT ROBERTSON VOODOO DOLL FOR SALE ON EBAY

January 17, 2010

 

PAT ROBERTSON VOODOO DOLL

There is a voodoo doll of the Reverend Pat Robertson available for bid on eBay. All proceeds from the sale of the doll will be donated to Red Cross relief efforts for hurricane victims in Haiti.

Robertson drew worldwide condemnation last week for saying that Haitians were “cursed” and suffered continuous disasters since  they “swore a pact to the devil” back in the 1700’s.

COOLEST VIDEO OF THE DAY

December 28, 2009

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TMZ COMES UP WITH “THE TAPE”

July 22, 2009

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The celebrity website TMZ.com has come up with the video of LeBron James being dunked on by an anonymous college sophomore at his own basketball camp. The incident drew huge attention earlier this month after Nike officials supposedly confiscated all of the tapes of the event.

 

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Mediaite.com says there is no doubt that TMZ paid for the video, suggesting a figure of at least $50,000.

 

“NEW” MEDIA? THERE ARE SEVEN WORDS YOU CAN’T SAY ON TELEVISON, 227 YOU CAN’T SAY ON YOUTUBE

July 13, 2009

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Everybody knows there are seven words you can’t say on television. Did you know there is a list of 227 words that are banned by YouTube?

The banned YouTube words including “hell,” “jackass,” “assmonkey,” “bastard,” “damn,” “douche,” “skank,” “slut,” and “testicle.”

There’s actually a video that lists all of the banned words. You can check it out before YouTube removes it.

 

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CRAIGSLIST TO LOSE HALF THEIR PAGE HITS

May 14, 2009

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The classified ads site Craigslist announced Wednesday that they would no longer offer the category “erotic services” on their website.

Craigslist was being criticized by several law enforcement organizations as being the nation’s “biggest source of prostitution.” Craigslist has a multitude of lawsuits pending. Last month a Boston-area man was famously accused of killing a woman he met on Craigslist.

 

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IF YOU GOT THE E-MAIL ABOUT IN-N-OUT RETURNING TO 1948 PRICES ON WEDNESDAY IT’S A HOAX

October 21, 2008

 

Tomorrow marks the 60th anniversary of the original In-N-Out hamburger stand.

In-N-Out is a Southern California institution. More than any other fast food chain, the company that invented the Double Double, has fiercly loyal customers. Talentless whore Paris Hilton actually ate In-N-Out the whole time she was being paid as a spokesperson for Carl’s Jr. Hilton even got her DUI while attempting to get an In-N-Out burger. Then hyped In-N-Out in a radio interview while being paid by Carl’s Jr.

 

TALENTLESS WHORE PARIS HILTON KNOWS WHAT TO PUT IN HER MOUTH

Recently an e-mail has been making its way around the internet. It claims In-N-Out is rolling back their prices to their original 1948 menu for Wednesday’s anniversary. Imagine! Cheeseburgers for 30 cents, hamburgers for a quarter, fries 15 cents and drinks for a dime.

Unfortunately, it’s not true. The e-mail is an internet hoax. The e-mail has already made the Snopes.com website. In-N-Out’s corporate website has also posted a statement debunking the e-mail.